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Stress Management

Fitter Food Radio #146 – Lockdown Life

8th May 2020

In this episode of Fitter Food Radio, we discuss adaptations we have made during lockdown life including nutrition, exercise, relationships, and emotional health. Plus why the Fitter 365 community has been essential to keep us focused during this…

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. 

Guidance For Thyroid Support

3rd January 2020

A common issue I see across my client base, especially for women, is a thyroid complication. Some cases have already been diagnosed and sometimes we identify them through a combination of blood testing and symptom analysis. However, there’s another pattern I’ve observed and that is people looking for a thyroid issue as an explanation for their sluggish metabolism or lack of results when it comes to weight loss.

Let’s Talk About Stress

5th February 2019

Stress is a regular occurrence in life, you can't avoid it and neither should you necessarily always try to, however, you must absolutely control how it impacts your health. Last week I had a deep and meaningful chat with my parents. We were discussing the amount of things they take on in life including renovation projects, travelling, looking after family, etc. Whilst they love doing these things and I wouldn’t want them to stop it’s vital they observe the impact these activities may have on their health.

TWO Questions You Need To Ask Yourself

12th November 2018

I have TWO important questions for you. A fundamental part of your health revolves around the relationships in your life. Those you spend the most time with are of course some of the most important. Now that science has established the links between your nervous, immune and hormone systems it's clear that how you feel changes your biology, relationships significantly alter your dominant emotions and therefore your health.

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