Stress & anxiety

Good nutrition is one way to help support the body and mind during periods of stress. In this section of our blog, we look at ways to combat the tiredness that often accompanies chronic, long-term stress, alongside other factors contributing to stress and anxiety.

Emotional eating: is there a role for nutrition?

Emotional eating: is there a role for nutrition?

Have you ever reached for a bar of chocolate when you are having a stressful day at work? Or perhaps ...
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Taking the stress out of the festive season

Taking the stress out of the festive season

This week's article is provided by guest writer Bev Alderson; a Mindfulness, Yoga and Stress Management Consultant. Bev works with ...
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Type 2 Diabetes and Associated Conditions

Type 2 Diabetes and Associated Conditions

According to Diabetes UK, around 200,000 people are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes every year and there are 3.5 million ...
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Cholesterol - Functions, sources and metabolism

Cholesterol – Functions, sources and metabolism

October is Cholesterol Awareness Month – and this is a subject that is rarely out of the headlines. Not everyone ...
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Link between gut and depression

Link between gut and depression

Problems with mental health are one of the primary causes of the overall disease burden worldwide.1 According to the World ...
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The power of 90 to 120 minutes

The power of 90 to 120 minutes

Bev Alderson is a Mindfulness, Yoga and Stress Management Consultant.  Bev works with individuals, groups and workplaces who want to ...
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Supporting health during exercise and training

Supporting health during exercise and training

Exercise is an essential and integral part of a healthy and optimal lifestyle. The benefits of exercise are extremely well ...
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Happy your way to healthy

Happy your way to healthy

Bev Alderson is a Mindfulness, Yoga and Stress Management Consultant. Bev works with individuals, groups and workplaces who want to ...
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