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Woman’s health

Woman of all ages live busy lives as they balance their work and careers, needs of family and personal goals. Finding time for exercise and keeping well can be a real challenge at times. Good nutrition can help reduce stress, tension and tiredness and restore lost energy.

Obesity problems may start in the womb

Overweight and obese women are a greater risk of developing complications endangering their own health during pregnancy and are also more likely to bare children who are overweight themselves Read more »

Energy boost for business travel

Ask the many men and women who travel for a living and they will tell you that while it may seem a glamorous lifestyle, it is not only hard work but hard on their health too.

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Peer pressure

Swimming against the “peer pressure” tide can be hard if we don’t want to offend our peers. Perhaps we lack self confidence, we don’t want to “rock the boat” or draw unnecessary attention to ourselves or to upset the social plans of others.

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Sports nutrition for women

Women who push the boundaries of their lives to take on new challenges and sporting events are usually also trying to juggle their work, home and training existence. With good sports nutrition advice It is possible to find renewed energy.
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Who controls feeding – the mother or the child?

Studies of toddlers aged 20 months to 6 years, that examined baby-led weaning versus traditional spoon feeding methods have found that feeding method can influence food preferences and health related outcomes in later life. We look at the pros and cons. Read more »

Have you lost your “mojo” lately?

As we head towards Valentines Day and into the romantic month of February, many people are telling me that they feel that their mojo has been buried under the city rubble, along with their homes, business, hopes and dreams. It has been replaced by feelings of depression, stress, anxiety and weight gain. Read more »

Infant nutrition influences blood pressure later in life

Scientific evidence suggests that environmental factors acting early in life may affect blood pressure in adult life. A study in Britain in 2004 supported earlier studies on infant nutrition and blood pressure that show a small reduction in systolic blood pressure in children breast-fed compared to those who were bottle-fed. Other advantages of breastfeeding Breast … Read more »

Nutrition for healthy conception

If improving your fertility is on your mind right now then take a moment to review your current lifestyle.

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