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There are so many myths about nutrition that it can be hard to know where you stand. Do you need to be eating expensive miracle berries? Should your diet be low in fat? We asked nutritionist Cassandra Barns to tell us what myths she hears most often...

How can you lower your lifestyle related cancer risk? Almost 9.6 million people die from cancer every year. This means that almost everyone’s lives have been touched by cancer in some capacity. Either yourself, your family member, or your close friend has likely been affected by cancer.   Let’s embrace...

Taking on running with a buggy. We have created a new 'Mummy diaries' series in which our guest writer, Claire, will be speaking about her experience as a single mum trying to stay active and healthy. Today Claire speaks about running with a buggy and...

Linda is back on the blog to fill us in on how she has been getting on with her healthy January! Linda's Healthy January   I promised I would let you know how things are going, so here we are.  Well. Owning up first: I can’t say I have...

The Power of No – Sticking to your health goals. By Theresa Sarginson,  Health Coach.  Often when we try to change, we come up against obstacles that can make us feel that we just can't do it, as health coaches we understand how to help you identify your obstacles...

Stephanie Lammond from our Healthy Lifestyles asks 'What's your why?' in preparation for choosing a healthy habit during Team Up For 2020. Ok , so the urge to make a new start and break bad habits comes around every single year in January, but what's your why? You see your...

Team Up for 2020! While each and every day is the perfect opportunity to implement change for the better. It is understandable that the beginning of a new year may seem an appropriate time to really focus on the health habits we want to build on.   Has...