Healthy snacks to keep you full

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Although snacking has developed a bad reputation over the years, snacks can be an important part of your diet. They provide energy in the middle of the day or when you exercise, which also decreases your hunger and keeps you from overeating at mealtime. Snacking isn’t usually the issue, it’s the type of snacks you…

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Maintaining health and wellbeing during lockdown

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During an unsettling time like this one, you may feel like things are very much out of your control. But there are still lots of things you can do – aside from social distancing and washing your hands – to protect your health and wellbeing. We share some of our favourite tips here: Structure your day…

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How To Cut Back On Sugar Entirely, and Why You Should

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The case against sugar is mounting, with the Institute for Food, Brain and Behaviour (IFBB) warning about its dangers to your health. The IFBB notes that long-term effect of too much sugar results in insulin resistance, hyperglycaemia and an increased risk of diabetes, fatty liver, heart disease, and neurodegeneration. In fact, just a few months ago, Rose from…

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Your Gut, The Second Brain

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2500 years ago, ancient Greek physician Hippocrates said that ‘all disease begins in the gut’. Whilst we’ve since proven that isn’t strictly true, he was certainly onto something. Most people generally have a basic-to-good understanding of the relationship between good/bad nutrition, gut health, and overall health. What may surprise you, though, is how interlinked the…

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