This last week has been manic and I am sure I am not alone when I say it’s hard to fit everything into 24 hours and then find the energy to start again the next day with another long list of things to do. Work is tricky enough, but add gift buying, festive menu
So we’ve all had them, many recognise they could well happen again – ‘mess-ups’ whether they be binge, thoughtless, not-mindful or any other kind of unplanned eating that went unchecked. What did you do, and more importantly what should you do, when this happens? Read on for some brilliant advice from my friend Dr Connie
GUEST POST: Food should be seen as fuel, but also a pleasure. And when is food a more essential part of our enjoyment and pleasure than over the festive season! So – the last thing you want to be doing is counting the calories in your Christmas dinner (not much pleasure in that). To help you,
GUEST POST: A bit of stress can fire us up – raising adrenaline levels and a desire to succeed. But chronic stress can lead to persistently high levels of the hormone cortisol, which appears to play a role in obesity and the pattern of fat deposition around the middle. This beer belly, paunch or
Those of you who follow me on Facebook and Twitter will have noticed recently that I have been posting regularly on Instagram. I am loving this new social media vehicle and it gives me a great opportunity to show you the kind of foods that I eat for breakfast, lunch, dinner and as a snack.