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The Wonders of Water

The Wonders of Water

  We all know how important water is; we’ve all heard the headline “the human body is made up of 50-65% water”. But very few of us know how this statistic translates into practice and we’re all guilty of taking little to no action to improve our consumption of water. Many of my clients justify their low water intake with their consumption of other fluids; fruit juice, tea & coffee or fizzy drinks. They’re all fluids, right? What does it matter if it’s not water? However, facts are facts, and when it comes to fluid intake, water is king and the benefits...

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What Is 'Clean Eating'?

What Is 'Clean Eating'?

If you are on social media of any kind, then you will have most definitely heard this term being banded around far too frequently for my liking… ‘clean eating’. To be perfectly honest, I have no idea what this term actually means. I think if you asked anyone what ‘clean eating’ means, I am almost certain that 90% of the time you would get an entirely different answer. Some will say gluten-free, others sugar-free and for some, it’s plant-based. It really is a mystery of a phenomenon and one that I think it all too often is written in the...

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11 Steps For Managing Stress

11 Steps For Managing Stress

Our friends at Duo have come up with 11 steps for managing stress;  1. Plan Make to-do lists with your highest priority tasks first.  2. Delegate You can’t do everything on your own. Outsourcing the tasks that can easily and efficiently be done by others will open you up to tackle the more difficult ones with more time and energy.  3. Learn to say “no” This seems simple, but knowing and sticking to your limits is often the most difficult act to maintain.  4. Write down your goals This causes you to clearly articulate them and keeps you more accountable than if they were...

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Meet our new Ambassador; Ed Jackson!

Meet our new Ambassador; Ed Jackson!

Meet our new Ambassador and former professional rugby player Ed Jackson!  Ed played professionally for 10 years after he left school for various teams including Bath, London Welsh, Wasps and NG Dragons.  11 months ago, Ed went through a serious incident where he broke his neck diving into a swimming pool which put an end to his rugby career. His official prognosis was that he would never be able to walk or use his arms again and that he would need an electric wheelchair. Since then, Ed has been on his road to recovery. Initially, he had to deal with...

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