Monthly Archives: February 2015

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Men’s Running Magazine – The Perfect Stress Manager?

Can you use running as a perfect stress manager? In the December 2014 issue of Men's Health Magazine, I wrote about how I use running to problem solve when feeling challenged and offered a technique for readers to try that could help them too. Click

In the Media|
  • Raw Food Pyramid

The Raw Vegan Living Food Diet 101

Of all of the nutritional theories out there, The Raw Food Diet is arguably the most restrictive and most different to everyday eating. Why? Simply because there are lots of constraints; notably that food shouldn't be eaten if it's cooked, and cooked is equal to

  • Ginger Tea

Recipe for Ginger Tea

Ginger is a powerful de-stresser which calms the body, helps digestion, helping upset tummies and headaches, and it also reduces inflammation – a great all-rounder. Ginger tea is really easy to make and I like to make it every morning, as part of my morning

8 Tips For Sustained Weight Loss and Optimum Health For Busy People

How do you experience Sustained Weight Loss – especially if you’re always busy? I’ve been in a very snowy Chicago over the last week. On the way back, I got chatting to a lovely lady called Sally who I really connected with.

  • Paleo Food Pyramid for Busy People

The Paleo Diet Food Pyramid: 5 things to know

    The Paleo Diet Food Pyramid - Not a grain or any processed food in sight! And I'd like to say Thanks To Health=Freedom for this great infographic As a student of holistic health, I have studied almost every diet and nutritional

Food & diet, Healthy Habits, Obesity|

Samson’s Honey Granola: a simple recipe

I've been making honey granola for some while now, so was quite impressed when I came across this video of Samson (my son's), own take on the recipe. It's quite delicious; not that difficult to make and much better than most of the shop-bought varieties

What do Happy People Do Differently?

If my 10 Tips for Happiness last week got you thinking, then here are 22 tips that complement and reinforce some of the practices that happy people do differently, which I first saw on  Life'd site: 'Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your

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