Keris and Matt provide some top tips for staying on track with health, fitness, and nutrition on holiday!Read Post
Do you know I don’t particularly like the way I look.
My body, my face, 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. I feel so ashamed saying this.Read Post
When it comes to health there are many definitions and interpretations but one I think most practitioners agree upon is an individual being free from disease and the symptoms associated with it. The problem today is many people wonder around with a list of increasing ailments or signs of sub optimal health and it simply becomes the norm…Read Post
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.Read Post
Keris and Matt discuss anxiety, depression and mood health. They acknowledge the role of environment, relationships, financial security and having a daily purpose in resolving negative emotions and outline some coping mechanisms and basic strategies to address negative emotions.Read Post
If I had a quid for every time I heard the whole “I gained X amount of weight because I couldn’t train after getting injured” thing I would have quite a lot of quids!
The reality is injuries do happen and we need to be able to deal with them in the best way possible.Read Post