Circadian Rhythm – Cortisol and Melatonin

What Is Circadian Rhythm? This is the physiological processes that take place during a 24 period in living organisms, including humans, animals, plants, fungi and cyanobacteria. Most of these “clocks” are internal, and all our organs have their own, individual clocks, but they are often affected by external stimuli from the environment. Patterns of brain […]

Lisa Bailey on 18th August 2019

Are You Working Out Au Naturel?

No – this is not what you think!! I am referring to natural movement, or primal movement, (however you want to describe it), which are movements that are (or should be) innate to us as humans. But as our world becomes increasingly more sedentary the repercussions on our health – and movement patterns – are […]

Lisa Bailey on 10th July 2019

Building Your Fitness Program

As we age, loss of muscle tissue and bone mass is, unfortunately, inevitable but it doesn’t have to be drastic. By implementing a really good fitness program you can hold onto muscle and bone and help prevent conditions such as osteoporosis, sarcopenia and osteopenia. Choosing a variety of exercise modalities can ensure not only that […]

Lisa Bailey on 7th May 2019

Are You Addicted To Sugar? Take The Quiz…

Whilst we may be concerned about the amount of actual sugar we eat, many people are unaware of the effect of starchy foods on their blood sugar levels. Carbohydrates break down into the same glucose in the bloodstream as pure sugar – and your body doesn’t know, or care, whether you ate a bowl of […]

Lisa Bailey on 7th April 2019
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Your New BFFs

Bacteria Friendly Foods (or BFF’s as I like to call them!) are essential for promoting a healthy gut microbiome. These kinds of foods are known...

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