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Workplace Wellbeing

Strategies in the workplace, when everyone is working together for the same goal it can be an immensely powerful way of improving your health. We strive for mental and physical performance, and so we need to give our body the ingredients it needs to function well. Making small changes and creating new healthy habits will improve your health and performance and reduce the risk of chronic disease. “ you are what you eat”

Giving up sugar

Sugar hits the pleasure centre of your brain faster than cocaine, it is also cheap, very available and we love it. Sadly we where never supposed to function on so much concentrated sweetness, and it does nothing for us except create unstable blood sugar levels, poor energy, weight problems, poor health, poor concentration and performance and uses up our reserves of vital vitamins and minerals. Giving up sugar may seem an impossible task, but with the right approach, understanding and planning it is both achievable and life changing.


Feeling Great

Digestive Health

Hippocrates was the father of modern medicine, he was known for saying that “all disease begins in the gut”, and so if you want a healthy body you need good gut function. This makes so much sense as our digestive system has to digest, absorb, assimilate and eliminate our food correctly for it to be of benefit to us and create good energy levels and give us the performance we want. This presentation describes the digestive process from ingesting to elimination and discusses common problems such as bloating, reflux, constipation, IBS, diarrhoea, and how to improve the health of your digestive system.


Losing Weight

Controlling your weight- without going hungry

The average dieter embarks and fails on 4 different weight loss approaches per year, this is normally because the weight loss that is achieved is replaced and then increased, at the end of the program. The trick is to make a lifestyle change for good. When understanding food groups and how they act on our body we have the control to not only improve our health and eat delicious food but you find that weight loss is a side effect. You don’t have to go hungry to lose weight.

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