April 2018

Do you suffer with a physical or emotional disorder?

By | April 12th, 2018|Adult Diet, Adult Health, altruism, anti inflammatory, Busy Lifestyles, Child Health, childrens hormones, Cortisol|

If you do suffer with what you feel is an anxiety disorder? emotional or physical read on for some information that may help. You and your life experiences are a mix of highs and lows. It is how we deal with them that makes us who we are, no need to suffer in silence. Most [...]

Crying is a ‘workout’ for the body.

By | April 3rd, 2018|Adult Diet, Adult Health, anti inflammatory, Busy Lifestyles, Child Health|

Don't cancel the gym membership just yet though. People who cry exhibit elevated heart rates and increased sweating thus making it a workout for the body. When we cry we actually release stress hormones. A friend of mine informed me of that and I was intrigued, so I looked into it a bit more. We have [...]

March 2018

Nobody likes the “C” word

By | March 16th, 2018|Adult Diet, Adult Health, altruism, anti inflammatory, Busy Lifestyles, Child Health, childrens hormones|

Nobody likes the "C" word The "c" word is the one word that has us all in emotional turmoil. The one word that no-one wants to hear, speak of or suffer with or see someone suffer with. The word that can bring us to our knees in desperation and sometimes it even pushes people to [...]

Are you eating for your emotions?

By | March 6th, 2018|Adult Diet, Adult Health, altruism, anti inflammatory, Busy Lifestyles, Child Health, childrens hormones, positivity, Sleeping, Stress Management, supplements, weight loss|

Do you feel a mixture of emotions on a daily basis? Did you know there could be a link to what you are eating. Could your lunch for example be making you feel emotions that you may be putting down to something else? Seriously, it is possible to eat for emotions. We basically eat for [...]

BABY IT’S COLD OUTSIDE!

By | March 1st, 2018|Adult Diet, Adult Health, Busy Lifestyles, Child Health, Inflammation, Uncategorized|

"Baby it's cold outside"   Originally sung by Frank Loesser in New York in 1944. Loesser and his wife first performed the song at the Navarro Hotel for a housewarming party, and the pair performed the song exclusively until 1948. I actually thought Bing Crosby and Doris day sang this? Anyhooo that is not what this post about. The [...]

February 2018

Does bread make you feel bloated?

By | February 16th, 2018|Adult Diet, Adult Health, altruism, anti inflammatory, Busy Lifestyles, Child Health, childrens hormones, optimum health|

I hear this complaint on a daily basis, bread being the main culprit for bloating and the general feeling of low energy and feeling sluggish after eating it. Do you have any of the below symptoms from consuming bread? 1. Digestive issues such as gas, bloating, diarrhoea and even constipation.  2. Chicken like skin on the back of [...]

Can I order a cold and a side of flu please!

By | February 13th, 2018|Adult Diet, Adult Health, altruism, anti inflammatory, Busy Lifestyles, Child Health, childrens hormones|

Can I order a nasty cold with a side order of flu please! If you have been unlucky enough these last few months to suffer the cold/flu that has been doing the rounds then you have my deepest sympathy. My dog has had a cold and the children have had sniffles but luckily they haven't [...]

Size matters!

By | February 12th, 2018|Adult Diet, Adult Health, altruism, anti inflammatory, Busy Lifestyles, Child Health, childrens hormones|

Size matters! Of course size matters, a small latte does nothing for me. How many of you wake up and want a coffee? How many of you want a decent size coffee? ME! Yes, I have a coffee "almost" first thing when I wake up and I use any of the following three ingredients in [...]

Breakfast time is calling but would you eat this?

By | February 2nd, 2018|Adult Diet, Adult Health, altruism, anti inflammatory, Busy Lifestyles, Child Health, childrens hormones|

Is this your breakfast, or could it be?   Could you be eating the equivalent of this for breakfast? This piece of chocolate cake contains roughly the same amount of sugar as eight of the top selling breakfast cereals. That is not including the extra sugar put on top of your breakfast cereal, so many [...]

Wine improves gym performance

By | February 1st, 2018|Adult Diet, Adult Health, altruism, anti inflammatory, Busy Lifestyles, Child Health, childrens hormones, Cortisol|

Wine improves gym performance Who saw that headline? Now before you reach for the wine and put it into your water bottle, hang on. The ingredient in wine known as resveratrol, can actually help improve physical performance. Everyone knows resveratrol means wine right? NO! The ingredient can also be found in nuts and of course grapes, [...]