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Comment Prendre Soin de Vous pour Réduire votre Stress et Améliorer votre Vie

Vous courez tout le temps? Vous vous sentez épuisé face à une longue liste de choses à faire? Le temps file et vous n'avez jamais une minute pour faire ce que vous voulez et aimez? Si cela vous ressemble, alors cet article est pour vous. Vous savez que vous devez ralentir mais vous ne savez pas comment. Cet article explique pourquoi il est important de prendre du temps pour soi et vous propose quelques stratégies pour y parvenir. Qu'est-ce que prendre soin de soi?  Prendre soin de soi, c’est prendre du temps pour améliorer sa santé et son bien-être. Cela ...
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Self-Care Strategies to Reduce your Stress & Improve your Life

Are you running around all the time? Are you feeling drained because of your long “to do” list? Is time slipping past you and you never have a minute to do what you want and like? If that sounds like you, then this article is for you. You know you need to slow down but you don’t know how. This article will explain why it is important to take time for yourself and provide you with some strategies on how to do so. What is self-care? Self-care is taking time out to improve your health and wellbeing. This includes physical, ...
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Warning! Eliminate Processed Foods for Strong Gut & Mental Health

It is important to understand how food either helps or hinders us. Research confirms that consuming ultra-processed food (UPF) damages our gut microbiome and as such our physical and mental health. As discussed in previous blogs, our gut microbiome hosts trillion of bacteria: some are beneficial, others are pathogenic. They cohabit together and provided they are in balance, contribute to our health. An increase in the number of pathogenic bacteria leads to inflammation, the cause of many diseases such as IBD, diabetes or mental health issues. UPF are known to cause inflammation whilst plant foods and fish are known to ...
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What is a Good and Healthy Breakfast?

We often hear of the importance of having a good and healthy breakfast. But why? Benefits of a good breakfast A good breakfast: gives us the essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals we need to sustain the energy and drive for our day balances our blood sugar, thus stabilising our energy, weight, mood and focus starts our metabolism, helping us burn calories through the day boosts our energy, our heart and our brain stabilises our circadian rhythm However, research can be divided as to the importance of having breakfast. We are all unique so we should listen to our own bodies ...
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Comment avoir un petit-déjeuner bon et sain?

On entend souvent parler de l'importance d'avoir un bon petit-déjeuner. Mais pourquoi est-ce si important? Bienfaits d'un bon petit déjeuner Un bon petit déjeuner : nous donne les nutriments essentiels, les vitamines et les minéraux dont nous avons besoin pour maintenir notre énergie et notre motivation tout au long de notre journée équilibre notre glycémie, stabilisant ainsi notre énergie, notre poids, notre humeur et notre concentration met notre métabolisme en marche, nous aidant ainsi à brûler des calories tout au long de la journée booste notre énergie, notre cœur et notre cerveau stabilise notre rythme circadien Cependant, la recherche peut ...
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Exercice, Endorphines et Bien-être

Si vous n'en avez pas déjà, la fin de l'été est un bon moment pour commencer une routine d'exercice avant le début des mois "plus sombres" où il est souvent plus difficile de le faire. C'est une merveilleuse façon de nous préparer et de nous assurer que nous ferons de l'exercice régulièrement pendant une période où nous mangeons souvent des aliments plus lourds et où notre humeur peut être sujette à des haut et des bas. L'exercice est important tout au long de l'année, mais encore plus pendant les mois d'hiver. Il contribue au bon fonctionnement de notre cerveau et ...
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Exercise, Endorphins & Wellbeing

If you do not have one already, the end of summer is a good time to start an exercise routine before the start of the “darker” months when it is often more difficult to do so. It is a wonderful way to prepare ourselves and ensure that we will exercise regularly during a period when we often eat heavier food and when our mood can be up and down. Exercise is important all through the year but even more so during the winter months. It helps keep our brain and body going. Why exercise? As well as boosting physical and ...
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Podcast: Nutrition & Health Coaching in time of Divorce or Separation

Going through a divorce or a separation? Experiencing high levels of stress? Nutrition & lifestyle changes may not be high on your agenda right now but there are ways you can support yourself through these difficult & challenging times. It is all about nutrition and guthealth. Find more info on this podcast I did recently with Sarah-JaneTasteyre & Audrey Zeitoun, divorce lawyer & coach. Nurture yourself, take care of yourself & be kind with yourself ...
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5 Simple Ways to Shape Up for Summer

With Summer approaching, we are all looking to get leaner, more in shape & healthier. Some of us may have a holiday in the sun booked & want to make sure we look & feel our best to wear all these lovely summer dresses we have in our wardrobe. Well, do not worry, there are things you can do to kick start your journey towards a more vibrant you. Eat lots of fruits & vegs: Summer brings a wonderful choice of plant food so load them up in your shopping basket & have them at all meals. Aim for variety ...
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How to feed our friendly gut microbes & improve our mental health

Today is Mental Health Awareness Day. In my previous blog, I spoke about the microbiome and its importance to our health: our gut impacts all bodily systems, and particularly our mental health. Mental health problems have risen dramatically in the last few years and are affecting both individuals and healthcare providers. Allopathic medicine offers a range of solutions to support mental health issues through medicinal drugs and therapies. However, many of my clients suffering from these have been struggling for years and are keen to explore other more natural alternatives. And the good news is that there are things that ...
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