Research tells us that the relationship between food and our mood is bidirectional – meaning that our mood affects what we eat, and what we eat affects our
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Do you notice the rise of the sun on the horizon in the morning or the way the leaves dance as the breeze picks them
Travelling often means that your ability to prepare your own meals becomes compromised. When this happens, it’s easy to just think ‘oh it’s too hard’.
While not all inflammation is a concern (it’s actually essential for keeping us alive), when it is persistent and/or chronic, it becomes highly problematic. You
I am convinced that many women “feel” fat when, really they are either bloated or retaining fluid. I have never once weighed a client, and actively
Menopause is the one-year anniversary of your last menstrual period. It is a time when some women experience symptoms ranging from mildly uncomfortable to debilitating.
The liver is the body’s second largest organ after our skin (although if you count the endothelium — the thin layer of cells that line all
For years, people have been seeking ways to reduce their sugar intake, and the sugar-free movement has gained immense popularity. Consumers are drawn to sugar-free
When our lives are very full, it can be easy to let self-care slip to the bottom of the priority list. Yet, if you don’t
Sustaining change When it comes to health, many people declare that they are finally going to make their own health a priority and make some