Blog: The common cold-Win the battle.

Blog: The common cold-Win the battle.

We have experienced one of the best summers in years here in the U.K. but now it’s all changing. The winter season is fast approaching and it’s already begun getting quite cold outside. This is the time when we allow our guard to slip and become open to viruses and the most common is of course, the common cold. Sore throat, blocked nose, muscles aching, feeling cold? Yes, it’s horrible and then we all try ...

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Blog: Essential minerals-Iron

Blog: Essential minerals-Iron 

Minerals along with vitamins play a number of important roles within the human body. One of the most essential minerals our bodies need is Iron. One of it’s most known roles is to produce haemoglobin which carry oxygen around the body. Iron also supports healthy skin, hair, nails and cells in your body.

The body receives iron through the intake of certain foods, some of the most iron rich foods include………

  • Dark leafy green vegetables (kale & spinach.)
  • Nuts
  • Meat
  • Dried fruit including apricots ...
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Newsletter-April 2016

Newsletter-April 2016

Hello everyone and welcome to the April edition of my monthly company newsletter. The idea of a regular newsletter is to keep you informed with everything I have been up to and any exciting news that I may have. I hope you find it a good read, enjoy!

This month has been my busiest of the year so far, I’ve welcomed five new personal training clients and two new boot camp members. I am very much looking forward to working ...

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Recipe: ‘Whipped banana toast’

‘Whipped banana toast’ Banana breakfast

You will need:

1-2 slices of wholewheat toast (or riveta as an alternative.)
1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon
1 pinch of ground nutmeg
20g of coconut oil
1 banana (avocado as an alternative or another food of your choice.)


Melt the coconut oil in the pan.
Slice the banana before adding to the pan.
Cook the banana until ...

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Blog: Dietary Fiber

Blog: Dietary Fiber.

Fiber, what is it? Fiber is a substance that is found in plants. Dietary fibre is the type you can eat but that your body Broccolidoesn’t digest. Found in fruits, vegetables and grains, nuts & seeds and legumes. There are two types of dietary fibre, soluble (dissolves in water) and insoluble (doesn’t dissolve in water.)

Soluble Fiber: Food rich in this type of fiber include, fruits, vegetables, whole grains ...

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Newsletter-March 2016

Newsletter-March 2016

Hello everyone and welcome to the March edition of my monthly company newsletter. The idea of a regular newsletter is to keep you informed with everything I have been up to and any exciting news that I may have. Here is the 6th edition, I hope you find it a good read, enjoy!

I’d like to start of by wishing everyone a Happy Easter, I do hope you are all enjoying a break over this bank holiday weekend.

Wales: I have just ...

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Blog: Sunlight & Vitamin D

Blog: Sunlight & Vitamin D Sunshine

“Vitamin D is one of the most powerful healing chemicals In your body and your body makes it for FREE, no prescription required”

Yes I know what you are thinking. Sunlight, but we live in England?! You’ve heard of vitamin D (which is a hormone believe it or not.) Vitamin D is unique in the fact that it is produced I the ...

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Now we’ve all been told that we need to drink more water each and every day, but I’m sure many of you have wondered, well why? You may have heard all the obvious such as keeping hydrated to boost concentration and to replace lost fluids but In terms of good health, well-being and fat loss, what are the benefits? Here are my five top ...

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Blog: Green Tea. The benefits.

Green Tea. The benefits.

I’m pretty sure you have all heard that you should drink green tea because of it’s amazing health benefits. But what are those benefits? green teaHere are my three top reasons to why you should drink a glass of this green goodness!

  1.  Packed full of antioxidants: It’s these antioxidants that help fight free radicals in our body. Free radicals are chemicals that have been known to damage our health. What are ...
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Blog: Sleep for health & fat loss

Blog: Sleep for health & fat loss.

Sleep, we all love it, but not many of us will get enough of it! Sleep is vital for so many reasons including to support good health, performance and training. When trying to reach a fitness goal whether it be to reduce body fat, build strength and muscle mass or boost your fitness levels, if you are not sleeping enough you will struggle to achieve your highest potential. There is much more to sleep ...

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