Although I’m mainly about the physiological influences on health, in this document we look at the eight dimensions of wellness. Covering everything from physical and mental health to social and environmental wellness, it may provide you with a simple 360 assessment of your wellness and where you might find it easier to target effective change.
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There’s nothing that screams “bar-B-Q” more loudly than a sunny day, a blue sky, and a few well-placed ads on the TV. Rather than confine your grilling exploits to boring burgers and bangers, up your game with these delicious, nutritious dishes that will delight your taste buds while keeping you on the healthier eating path.
Sometimes, we can’t just pop to the shops for supplies (lockdown, anyone?). If you want to create a tasty meal when the fridge is far from full, a well-stocked store cupboard is essential. This handy little e-book will help you build your larder so that you’ll be able to rustle up some delicious plates of food without having to venture out.
Let’s be honest, mood management is complex. Whilst I’m not suggesting that all mood concerns can be resolved by altering food choices, science does support the positive impact that a few simple diet and lifestyle adjustments can make. Take a peek at these simple suggestions that might help you take the first steps forward in helping yourself.
‘Fasting’ is having a bit of a moment right now, and for good reason. There’s increasing evidence to support extended periods of not eating as a tool in health management, but it’s not suitable for everyone. Learn more, including if it’s safe for you, in this handy summary. If you’re interested in fasting but unsure if it’s right for you, get in touch.