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Nutrition

Make Time For Things You Love Instead of Things You Should

7th January 2022

I talked on Instagram last week about making emotionalutions rather than resolutions this year. Yes, it is a word! 🤣 In 2022 Matt and I are focusing on small things we can do that support our emotional state, so that we see positive changes in our overall health.

Should You Go Plant Based This Year?

5th January 2022

It’s estimated 1/3 of UK adults are “interested” in changing their eating habits according to a recent YouGov poll and Veganuary could be the starting point. Personally I’m not sure about the data, I’m interested in running a marathon but… 🤣 A friend asked me if I believe a plant based diet is the best thing to do for health? Here's my reply.

Fitter Food Radio #174 Revisiting Cancer

20th November 2021

This week on Fitter Food Radio Keris and Matt revisit the topic of cancer and discuss: Facts and figures around cancer The processes that take place with cancer and how genetics play a role Why check-ups and reporting symptoms…

Natural Cold & Flu Support: Beyond Vitamin C

11th November 2021

Matt and I have been plagued by coughs and cold in the last month. The seasons changing combined with greater exposure to more concentrated groups of people indoors via gyms, restaurants and trains seems to have challenged our immune systems a little - seems they got a bit too used to social distancing! In this post I'm going to detail everything we've done to help get our health back on track.

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.

5 Causes Of Menopause Weight Gain

4th September 2021

I receive a lot of emails asking about menopause weight gain and recently wrote a blog HERE discussing some of the reasons. The possible physiological changes that can make weight loss a bigger battle include low levels of…

This is Why You Don’t Look Like J-Lo

2nd September 2021

I recently read an article discussing how J-Lo is becoming an inspiration to all women approaching menopause. Enter the six pack. Now I blinkin love J-Lo, she’s fierce, but I couldn’t keep up with her in my 20’s let…

3 Essentials to Power Through Perimenopause, Menopause And Beyond

26th August 2021

It’s easy to suffer from information overwhelm when the menopause symptoms begin. As you begin to research options you soon discover there are lots of options, conflicting advice and it becomes difficult to establish what’s right for…

Every Woman Needs This When Menopause Symptoms Strike

24th August 2021

Menopause symptoms can be complex and far-reaching, affecting both mind and body in the most unpredictable way.  Hot sweats, insomnia, brain fog, weight gain, irregular cycles, vaginal changes… the list goes on and may build over time. …

Suffering With Acne? Read This Blog!

7th August 2021

I know this is grim but I love a good spot squeeze. I drive Matt mad following him around the house because I’ve spied a pimple. If I hang around long enough he finally gives in and lets me have my moment. Joking aside, I still have reoccurring nightmares about acne.

Is Dairy Harming Your Hormones?

1st August 2021

I often get asked if there’s a particular diet to treat hormone issues. Common ones include PCOS, endometriosis, PMS/PMT, perimenopause, and menopause.

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