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Healthy, consistent weight loss tips

Food & diet, Weight loss|

“Let food be thy medicine and medicine thy food” This was me 2 years ago. The weight piled on so inadvertently that I didn’t even realise it was happening, until I saw this photo of me selling my dog paintings at the local village

Lessons learned from a winning workplace health and wellbeing initiative

In the Media, Uncategorized|

Good practice in employee wellbeing Reed Business Information was the winner of the CIPD’s 2016 Best Health and Wellbeing Initiative award. Lawrence Mitchell, who led the campaign, looks at how a 30-day challenge helped build a global wellbeing team, encourage new behaviours and boost

The Dirty Dozen

Detox, Food & diet, Healthy Habits, Organic|

The Dirty Dozen There are so many hidden pesticides in our foods, even the ones we think of as healthy. This is a helpful guide I keep on my fridge that helps me decide which products to buy organic and which are ok to choose the

Rich Roll inspires Australia at “Living The Plantpower Way”

Change, Energy, Fitness and exercise, Food & diet|

Living the Plantpower Way When you hear the word ‘vegan’ do you instantly imagine bland images of lettuce and raw carrots, devoid of protein or any real layers of taste? Do you think of tambourine banging hippies with dreadlocked hair, wearing purple trousers? Well

Play Now: Lawrence on Stress Resilience

In the Media|

How to be resilient: Useful tips to help you beat stress It can be easy to feel like throwing in the towel when you're faced with adversity, tragedy, or even just plain old stress. But what if we could build an immunity to stress

Bitter Sweet: Sugar Consumption – How Much Sugar Is Enough?

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Sugar consumption – what are the facts? How much sugar is enough? How much sugar is too much? Why is it the latest ‘no-no’? What are hidden sugars? Should I be cutting out sugar all together? What is the negative health impact on the

Weight Loss Tip of the Day – Avoid Chips

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Can't resist chips? Today's weight loss tip comes from Harvard University scientists who have compiled a 'league table' of foods that cause the most weight gain over the years. Top of the list comes chips and crisps - followed by sugary drinks; meat and

How to cope with change: 8 lessons from disrupting my life

Change, Personal Development, Resilience, Success, Success without Stress|

‘Are there any shops nearby?’ I asked Gupta, the friendly receptionist at the Ayurveda retreat where I was staying, in the heart of Kerala, in the South West corner of India.   ‘About 20 minutes away. Let me ask

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