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7 different health and care professionals give one invaluable piece of advice for health and wellbeing. There’s a plethora of information on how to stay healthy. New health, wellness and wellbeing fad and trends combine to confuse us more. One thing is for sure – when we are healthy, we feel content and open to life and living. The trick is how to maintain this equilibrium. I spoke to a range professionals. This is what they had to say.
If your mood and health is being affected by the cold damp winter months, there might be reason for this aside from Seasonal Affected Disorder? Ever consider whether inadequate Vitamin D may be responsible? Refinery29UK has published this…
Good digestion is key to emotional, physical health and wellbeing. Weight gain, bloating, pain, wind, coated tongue, diarrhoea, constipation are some signs that you may need a reboot. Read useful tips for achieving and maintaining a healthy digestive system here…http://www.refinery29.uk/digestive-system-health-tips-ibs-treatment#slide
Stress can be a positive or negative force in our lives. It can make dealing with work, home, daily responsibilities and living, well, seem like an uphill battle. Refinery29.uk has published tips on de-stressing quickly, written by me.
Clean eating: What’s all the fuss about? Clean eating is the latest trend in food and nutritional advice. Principles of clean eating in general. So what do the experts in food, diet and nutrition say? So what is the balance of foods and ingredients that makes for a healthy plate? Eat mostly a plant-based diet. Fresh foods vs. processed foods? What to eat.
Avoid gurus, follow plants…
Cardiologist Seem Malhotra, a man on mission states today in a Guardian UK newspaper article that if something isn’t done about sugar consumption, and fast, the rapid rise in chronic health conditions related to obesity and diet will have devastating consequences. “Take type 2 diabetes, which is almost entirely preventable,” he says. “The combined cost of type 2 diabetes to the economy and NHS is around £20bn per year.
Inspiring idea and food for thought…
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