Keris’ Blog

Fighting Colds & Flu: Let Food Be Thy Medicine

4th October 2021

After the isolation and lockdown of 2020, the season of snot is now upon us with a renewed vengeance. As the nights get darker and the weather is getting colder, many of us have already experienced that familiar tickle in the throat, headache or runny nose that signals a familiar cold is threatening. Before you reach for any high street cold and flu remedies or paracetamol try boosting up your own natural defence systems with these superfoods that will help keep the colds at bay all winter.

The Menopause Middle: Myth Or Rubbish Reality

21st July 2021

I was asked a question this week about how to tackle the dreaded “Menopause Middle.” The term itself is problematic by implying that weight gain is inevitable with the hormone transitions.

8 Steps To A Better Night’s Sleep

18th March 2021

No matter what your health or performance goal getting enough sleep has to be a top priority. It's essential to support fat loss, exercise recovery, immune health, healthy hormones, muscle mass and detoxification. In honour of World Sleep Day we thought we would share our top tips for securing a good nights sleep!

7 Steps to Ensure Your Social Media Supports Your Health

4th November 2020

As we enter Lockdown 2.0 there’s a good chance you’ll be spending more time online, interacting on social media and scrolling through your newsfeed. The first lockdown showed us just how brilliant virtual connections and the online space can be.

Train Because You Love Your Body

15th October 2020

"Train because you love your body, not because you hate it!" I came across this awesome piece of advice recently and I instantly loved and related to it. It's so true that when it comes to hitting the gym or getting your trainers on for a run, it can often be linked to negative motivations including the following:

What Do Farts and Feelings Have in Common?

25th September 2020

What do farts and feelings have in common?! Well, a lot when you think about it. Both are better out than in. Once trapped inside they can cause a lot of pain. The feeling of relief once you’ve let either…

Covid Concerns? Focus on this ONE thing!

3rd September 2020

🤔 is this just me?   Or do you also find your head occasionally slips back to pre-COVID times when you’re out and about? Then you get a whiff of…

Do You Suffer From Social Guilt?

9th July 2020

I’ve realised lately that I’ve suffered a lot over the last few years from something I call “social guilt” Quite simply a sense of guilt when I take time out to see friends. It’s meant I have rarely allowed…

Testing Times…We’re Here For You

21st March 2020

As new guidelines are in place in the UK and across the globe encouraging social distancing and self isolation we just wanted to reassure you of our commitment to help in any way we can. We will continue to offer support across our social media channels and via our Fitter Food Radio podcast. We have also made our Fitter 365 Facegroup free and available to join, please jump in and share with anyone that needs daily interaction, motivation and a friendly group to hang out with online. 

Struggling With Two Steps Backwards

17th March 2020

When it comes to health we’re all on different journeys. Sometimes you're winning, moving forward and making progress, other times you're astounded by you're inability to get going or keep going and just keep reversing back to start line.

Battling Body Confidence Issues?

15th March 2020

Do you know I don’t particularly like the way I look. My body, my face nor my hair. If you asked my honest opinion on any of the above, I’d present a critical assessment of them all. My face is too round, my teeth are too big, my hair is wavy in all the wrong directions and receding, I have bingo wings, so much cellulite and a tummy that triples in size at the first sign of stress, broccoli or beans. Yet I feel so ashamed telling you all this.

Why You Probably DON’T Have IBS

8th March 2020

We received an email this week from an individual asking if nutritional therapy would be helpful for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). After years of suffering from bloating and constipation, they had finally managed to obtain a diagnosis from their GP and could begin to seek treatment.

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