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Blood Sugar Monitoring

A recent BBC news article (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-68452019) has questioned the Zoe experiment as it gains popularity over the last few months.Ā  I get asked about thisĀ  a lot, and Iā€™ve had comments of the amount of people (Mainly in the gym) that are using these devices to monitor their blood sugar levels.

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Show your heart some love!

This Valentine’s Day, show your heart some love by making simple changes to your diet. Lowering cholesterol levels is crucial for maintaining a healthy heart, and it can be achieved by incorporating the right types of fats, soluble fibre, and plant-based proteins into your meals.

Fill Your Basket with More Fresh and Less Ultra-Processed: A Guide to Healthy Eating in the UK

In the UK, ultra-processed foods make up a staggering 50% of the average grocery shop. These products are often high in fat, sugar, and additives, and have been linked to various health issues. I believe it’s important to understand the impact of ultra-processed foods on our health and how we can prioritize fresh, whole ingredients in our diets. Today we’ll talk about filling your basket with more fresh and less ultra-processed in the UK.

The Dangerous Duo: How Sugar and Fat in the Western Diet are Rewiring Our Brains

The Western diet is filled with energy-dense foods high in sugar and fat, which stimulate pleasure-signalling dopamine and encourage overeating. A recent study reveals that habitual consumption of these foods can lead to rewiring of the brain, making it more difficult to resist temptation and control food intake.In this blog, we’ll talk about sugar and fat in the Western diet and its impact on reward processing and overeating.

‘Why New Years Diets Fail: The Truth Behind Unattainable Goals’

Every year, millions of people around the world make New Year’s resolutions to lose weight and get healthier. However, these resolutions often fail within the first few weeks. In this blog we’ll discuss why New Year’s diets fail, from unattainable goals to the January blues. Learn how to overcome these obstacles and set yourself up for success in your health journey this year