Can you change your behaviour?

Why do we do what we do?  More specifically, and importantly, when thinking about combating behaviours that don’t positively serve us, why do we get urges to do things? We’re all inheritors of a behavioural blueprint crafted by evolution (especially in areas integral to our survival like food and sex).  This blueprint, revised by our […]

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How to Hack your Hangover

How to hack your hangover: Drink alcohol with fewer toxins. Choose distilled and filtered drinks to save your liver and kidneys the job.  Opt for vodka (potato vodka is best), gin, tequila or whiskey.  Avoid red wine, beer and lager. Drink a glass of water with every alcoholic drink. Eat (or supplement with) vitamin C […]

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Dry January for Life?

We Brits drink far too much alcohol and after the booze fest that is Christmas / New Year, many of us dry out in January, going through the month without a drink.  While a month of sobriety isn’t going to preserve our health if we’re caning it the other 11 months of the year, I […]

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Morning Glory

I start the day with this great pro-biotic and anti-oxidant kefir and berry smoothie. You’ll need: 150g frozen berries and currants. 1 tsp milled organic flaxseed 1 tsp vitamin-C powder 6-8 plain almonds 400 ml kefir milk Start with 150g of frozen berries and currants.  Add a teaspoon of milled organic flax seed and a […]

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I blame coffee

I feel tired today.  I know it’s Monday and we all feel a little tired on a Monday but I’m TIRED.  I woke a good hour before my alarm sounded and lay there anxiously pondering life’s imponderables at hyper-speed.  I blame coffee. I had a ‘decaf’ coffee yesterday but I think the barista made a […]

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Mission Statement

We have charged with blind indulgence into a health crisis.  The urge to fuel our bodies is innate and we all spend a great deal of time thinking about what we are going to eat, when and in what quantity, yet never have we been so confused by our food choices, overwhelmed by misinformation delivered […]

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