This blog will introduce the basics about different types of exercise, associated benefits and practical recommendations.
Until relatively recently the very concept of reversing Type 2 diabetes would have been dismissed by many people, healthcare professionals included. But emerging evidence has completely changed this view. This blog takes a quick look at some of this evidence, and whether reversing Type 2 diabetes is really possible.
Our gut health is known to influence our physical health and the risk of developing several health conditions. However, research also suggests that it may also play a role in determining our psychological health. This week’s blog discusses this gut-brain connection and provides some tips to improve your gut microbiota health.
Sleep is often overlooked as an important lifestyle component for good health. This week’s blog discusses how much sleep to aim for, associated health benefits of obtaining sufficient sleep and top tips to try and improve the quantity and quality of your sleep.
You may have heard of the terms ‘mindfulness’ or ‘mindful eating’, but what do they actually mean and how can they benefit your health? This week’s blog aims to answer these questions and provide tips to help you to engage in mindful eating!
This week's blog focuses on trans fats; what they are, associated health concerns and ways to reduce/avoid their consumption.
Merry Christmas Everyone! To help you keep on track with your chosen dietary approach, this year's Christmas blog brings you menus of recipes to suit either a low carb or Mediterranean dietary approach- enjoy!
The 'Biggest Loser' focused on eat less, move more. Six years on did it work?
We are pleased to announce that we are re-launching our X-PERT Insulin programme! This programme is designed for anybody who takes insulin to manage their diabetes (Type 1 or Type 2). The theme of the new and improved programme is “reduce or omit”, with a focus on helping people to make lifestyle changes that can help them reduce the amount of insulin they need to take.
According to the media new research has debunked the idea that you can be "fat but fit", but are these reports really true? We take a look at the study behind the stories.
Our aim is to ensure that all people at risk of, or diagnosed with, long-term health conditions have access to good quality and enjoyable structured education that helps them self-manage their condition leading to improved health and wellbeing.
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