I love a good analogy and this one is pure gold, based on a true story too.
There is nothing Hamish loves more than a good squirrel hunt, but for a long time he never came close to catching one, however, the other morning he did something which amazed me.
Bizarrely, it also got me thinking about how people often approach to fat loss…. bear with.Read Post
I have to introduce you to a good friend of mine Alessandro Saba. He’s played a fundamental part in helping me fully understand the need to adopt a more holistic approach to exercise, focusing on healthy joint function, progressing your training skills and prioritising pain free movement.Read Post
It never ceases to amaze me how much time and consideration people invest in choosing a car or mobile phone. At the point of purchase you know EXACTLY what you need in terms of speed, space, cost, functionality, brand, colour and can describe the whole specification effortlessly.
Yet when it comes to choosing a diet it’s a very different story, it’s rarely approached with the degree of research, objectivity and rationality it deserves. Many people simply outsource the task, follow the crowd or do what is most convenient and will bring the quickest results.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
The traditional saying always encouraged us to grab an apple a day and more recently a digestive health expert suggested the humble onion maybe more benefitting, especially in terms of our supporting gut bacteria and immune system, however, the avocado is the shining star of some recent health research.Read Post
I haven’t lost the plot but you can be forgiven for thinking so with a title like that! So you might be wondering what do these three things have in common. The answer is quite simply that they all made me feel like I wasn’t good enough, almost stopped me in my tracks and held me back from doing something I felt passionate about.Read Post