Whether your motivation is taking a hit with a cooler weather, you’re feeling the pressure at work or getting organised for Christmas this time of the year – November stress levels start to run high all the way up to the New Year. So, take these simple steps to make sure your body is keeping its resilience to the optimum.
It’s back to school season already, are you prepared? Nutritionist and author of ‘My Kids Can’t Eat That!’, Christine Bailey shares her school meal prep tips
If you are worried about preparing some nutritious lunch boxes for your children, or you don’t know from where to start and find the whole thing a bit of a chore, read on as Zara Stella a fully registered Nutritional Therapist and Health Coach gives her advice.
We all know children can be tricky to feed at times but when your child has a food allergy or intolerance and you have to avoid certain foods or food groups there can be additional concerns making sure their diet is healthy and balanced.
The Paleo diet is a nutrient dense whole foods diet based on emulating the diet of our hunter-gatherer ancestors. Nutritionist Alex Georgiou looks into this diet in more detail and the potential benefits it can bring.
If you’ve ever wondered what’s behind problems such as low energy or mood, digestive problems, painful periods (ladies!) and a few more wobbly bits on your body than you would like, you might want to look at your intake of a small – but mighty – nutrient called vitamin B12.
Calcium, which is undoubtedly abundant in carnivore, pescetarian and vegetarian diets seems to be the “forgotten” nutrient in a vegan diet. Can vegans get the necessary calcium levels from their food? Nutritionist Maria Rigopoulou investigates.