Does lifestyle matter?

As much as we like to think our everyday habits like our sleep routine, exercise (or lack of), hydration and stress levels don’t impact our health, unfortunately they do. In fact, I consider these everyday lifestyle choices as being equally important as the fuel (our food choices) we put into our bodies, in terms of how they perpetuate or mitigate good health. So, rather than telling you what you should be doing, I want to share some thoughts about how you can make small, doable changes in your everyday lifestyle habits that will support your ‘return to health’ journey.

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Loving Your Liver

In our modern-day world, we are bombarded with an ever-increasing amount of toxins and it’s our liver’s job to deal with all these exposures. In

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As much as we like to think our everyday habits like our sleep routine, exercise (or lack of), hydration and stress levels don’t impact our health, unfortunately they do. In fact, I consider these everyday lifestyle choices as being equally important as the fuel (our food choices) we put into our bodies, in terms of how they perpetuate or mitigate good health. So, rather than telling you what you should be doing, I want to share some thoughts about how you can make small, doable changes in your everyday lifestyle habits that will support your ‘return to health’ journey.

How Can You Reset Your Body’s Circadian Rhythm?

Do you ever feel like your body clock is out of whack? Resetting your circadian rhythm is important for getting your internal body clock back in line. What makes this so important is that an imbalanced circadian rhythm can have knock-on effects on numerous aspects

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Loving Your Liver

In our modern-day world, we are bombarded with an ever-increasing amount of toxins and it’s our liver’s job to deal with all these exposures. In its simplest form, the liver’s job is to filter the blood that comes from our digestive tract, but it has

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How the Gut is Connected to Chronic Health Conditions

Hippocrates, who lived between 460BC and 370BC, stated that ‘all disease begins in the gut’. That was well over 2000 years ago, however, modern medicine is only just beginning to acknowledge the connection between what is going on in the digestive tract, and the many

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