I’m a huge fan of the expression ‘look yourself in the mirror’. I find it to be an interesting exercise to look yourself in the eyes and being totally honest with oneself. Sometimes it’s not easy but its powerful. But it’s different from when we look for our ego. Let’s face
So much of smooth running of our bodies depends on good hormone balance and regulation. When we think of hormones governing menopause we tend to go to the obvious oestrogen/progesterone/testosterone but other hormones like insulin and cortisol will also have a huge impact on how smoothly we transition into our 'second spring'. This
Those of us that do our best to avoid T2 diabetes do our best to eat healthily, do some exercise and hope for the best outcome. Yet we are seeing frightening amounts of people being either diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes (T2D) or told they are at risk or have prediabetes.
To those of us living in the Northern Hemisphere today is claimed to be Blue Monday, the most depressing day of the year! Why?, you may reasonably ask, it’s like a Hallmark day gone wrong! According to Wikipedia the concept was first published in 2005 by Cliff Arnell who used a formula
I am a huge advocate of the concept that food can be medicine and can really contribute to optimum health eliminating or lessening the need for medicine. As well as eating nutritious foods another very important consideration in terms of blood sugar management, weight management and digestion is all important fibre. Rather