For years now, I've been asked to do some regular updates via video. 'I'm so busy', 'no time to read', 'I consume all of my information via Youtube', is feedback I've had. The trouble was, being on camera wasn't in my comfort zone, but i've tried
In June 2016, we ran the fourth RBI Corporate Living Well Experience, a 3 day event designed to inspire and empower RBI’s employees to build their own, personal toolkits to help them reduce risk by helping their bodies be more resilient. It took place on
I discovered this great article on informative website www.eatlocalgrown.com - which identified 8 foods that experts avoid eating. It makes for a great read. Not only because there is some information that I just didn't know - and it's always good to learn new things,
When it comes to heart disease, the stats do not make happy reading: 1 in 3 of us are likely to suffer from heart disease at some point in our life, and there are many different diseases that fit under that umbrella term of heart
If you’re already on a path and doing OK - but want to take your life to the next level, here are some tried and tested ways to boost your energy levels. A few changes to your diet and lifestyle, repeated consistently over time, could see
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.
‘When leaders take the opportunity to improve employee wellbeing, they create more engaging places to work and greater returns for the organisation.’ - Arianna Huffington, CEO and Editor-in-Chief, Huffington Post I have always had a passion for health and well-being, and have been on my
I spent most of last Sunday at The Longevity Workshop in London's Bethnal Green hearing the latest insights from one of my heroes: David Wolfe, someone who has certainly influenced my own thinking around food and nutrition. Much of the content validated my own thinking,