Wrap up on the Spring Reset Series.

Yup, it’s the last day of my Spring Reset series & it finishes with 3 tips about exercise.  Regular exercise has so many positive benefits.  It can help reduce health risks such as heart disease & high blood pressure, but also relieves stress, boosts mood & improves sleep.  What is not to love? #1 WalkContinue reading “Wrap up on the Spring Reset Series.”

Day 6 & almost to the end of the Spring Reset series.

All of this is just general information which will assist with a healthier you by helping your body to work better. OK, some tips about getting real whilst you are on a healthy journey. #1 Don’t deprive yourself Truly, telling yourself you will never ever have your favourite foods again is unrealistic & will setContinue reading “Day 6 & almost to the end of the Spring Reset series.”

Springing into Day 4 of the Spring Restart Series.

Often when we think about health – diet & exercise are the first things that come to mind.  However, good health isn’t just about the physical – your body & mind are interconnected, & they can have a big impact (I’m talking huge). Today’s tips are all about setting yourself up for success. #1 MinimiseContinue reading “Springing into Day 4 of the Spring Restart Series.”

Hello Day 3, Spring Reset Series

These posts are all general information aimed at general health & wellness, because let’s face it: if you nourish – you flourish.  So, into day 3 with 3 tips! #1 Eat whole foods Eating whole foods simply means eating food as close to its natural state as possible, so minimising processing.  It is also aContinue reading “Hello Day 3, Spring Reset Series”

Tricky Little Hormones

Hormonal imbalances can occur at any age, whether you are a 15 or 55 year old female you may suffer symptoms of hormonal imbalances.  Unsure what that would look like – if you answer yes to any of these, it could be a sign of hormonal imbalance.  Whilst they are common, they are not normal.Continue reading “Tricky Little Hormones”

Eating too much sugar?

Depending on your diet, reducing sugar can be a seriously hard task BUT the benefits of that decision are huge.  The impact of high added sugar in your diet links with so many medical conditions including obesity, diabetes, heart disease, & of course, dental health to name just a few. OK, so why is itContinue reading “Eating too much sugar?”