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Are you getting enough Fibre?

Fibre aids digestive health, can help to lower cholesterol, maintain a healthy weight and is also rich in nutrients, vitamins and minerals. The British Nutrition Foundation recommend a 30g intake of fibre per day. Foods rich in fibre: Guava Figs Raspberries Prunes...

Physiotherapists & Nutrition

Ever heard of the saying, ‘You are what you eat’? Studies have found that our diets are major contributors to the development of medical conditions such as heart disease and diabetes. ‘In 2010, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) predicted that, at the...

Manuka Honey

Manuka honey 10+ or 15+ has exquisite anti-bacterial properties. A teaspoon in hot water is fantastic for speeding up the resolution of colds and flu! Packed full of amino acids, B vitamins and calcium, this honey has at least 4x the nutritional content of normal...

Why certain foods make us tired

Anyone else feeling tired after their lunch? This isn’t just part of your normal daily cycle – this is about your food choices! It’s simple and it’s easy for us to change! Meals with higher sugar content = fast increase in blood sugar This results in a natural...

5 Foods to help your Fitness!

Fitness on its own has little to do with weight management. To maintain a healthy and functioning body the food we eat is just as important as any workout! 1. Bananas: excellent for a pre-workout snack, high in potassium and easily digestible, bananas can enhance...