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Are tomatoes why you look pregnant?

tomatoes look pregnant

If you look pregnant after eating certain foods chances are you have IBS. But while most people look to common culprits like dairy or gluten, nightshade vegetables such as tomatoes and peppers can be a problem for some people. Yet ‘nightshades’ are very unknown. I should know, I have an intolerance and I have to […]

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Nutrition Basics with Mark Sleight (podcast)

Nutrition Basics with Mark Sleight

Chances are you’re making this whole healthy eating, diet and weight loss process way more complicated than it has to be, so in this podcast Mark and I cover all the nutrition basics, and I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised to hear how simple it is. Mark and I share a lot of values when […]

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Avoid Antidepressant Withdrawal

antidepressant withdrawal symptoms

It’s no secret I’ve battled mental health problems for years and have taken medication for it, but I’m very thankful I didn’t suffer with Antidepressant withdrawal symptoms like many people do.   In fact 4 million people are at risk of withdrawal symptoms in England every year, yet only 25% say they got advice on […]

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New #FITFAM Fitness Magazine!

fitfam fitness magazine

This is a fitness magazine put together by a student I helped out recently. It’s packed with great, valuable, celebrity and professional endorsed entertaining content, and I know you’re going to love it.   Amber Lovell is a talented University student who’s own health and fitness journey inspired a health focussed magazine for her dissertation; […]

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Stress and Exercise – should you take a rest day?

stress and exercise

The links between stress and exercise usually refer to working out being stress relieving, but if you’re already stressed, should you be exercising at all?   Exercise, while good for you, is another stress on your body. In fact it’s this stress that make it fitter and stronger, as your body adapts to be able […]

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Toddler Feeding; Bedtime snacks and calorie needs (Mother and Baby Magazine)

toddler feeding advice

Toddler feeding advice is hard to dish out (see what I did there?!) as all children are different, but I offered my best advice to Mother & Baby Magazine when three Mums asked for help.   What works for one child won’t be relevant to another, and as a Mum you may have your own […]

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Could Exercise Help Your PMS Symptoms?

pms symptoms

You might feel like binge watching Netflix with a family size bag of chocolates but doing some exercise could really help ease those horrible PMS symptoms. The figures show that getting active can really improve the physical and psychological symptoms of PMS. One study, analysing young women over an eight week period, found that exercise […]

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Every thought about starting a blog?

The fit mum formula: behind the content with Pollyanna Hale     Pollyanna Hale helps Mums lose weight, get fit, and have more energy and body confidence with online coaching and programmes, books and a free Facebook community group. A Mum of two young girls, Polly understands how hard it is for us Mums to […]

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Kids Lunch Boxes – are we failing them? Live Sky News Feature

kids lunch boxes sky news

In a back to school special earlier this year, charity Action for Children set out to help parents improve their kids lunch boxes, and asked me to help. As a parent myself it’s a cause I care about – kids need good nutrition to have energy, learn, grow and behave well. Yes the studies even […]

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When Food TV Shows lead to Poor Food Choices (podcast)

food tv healthy eating

Why, despite there being new food TV shows on healthy eating every week, do people continue to make poor food choices?   Information is everywhere. Granted not all of it is fantastic or totally accurate, but the basics are pretty common sense. Eat mostly natural whole foods, get a good variety, eat lots of vegetables […]

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