Healthy Eating

Excited about weight loss

Who is ever excited about weight loss? Seriously, is this ever the case! Not from most people’s experience.   When I help clients lose weight, I never hear them talk about their weight loss history with excitement.   It’s quite the opposite: they talk of their battles, struggles and frustration.   And yet, ‘Excited to...
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Lessons for living longer

Blue Zones Have you heard about Blue Zones? I kept hearing about Dan Buettner’s Blue Zones again and again until I decided, ok, I need to get the book to find out more. Buettner researched the world’s longest living people and shared what he found about these Blue Zone communities in his book. It started with...
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Healthy alternatives when stocks are low

Healthy store cupboard alternatives Today’s blog is from Kathleen Dubo of Interwoven Wellness as she offers healthy alternatives should supplies of your regular staples dry up. Living in the mountains of Virginia in the US, Kathleen has a large vegetable garden and enjoys an abundance of winter greens. Something in the past few weeks has drastically...
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From Weight Loss to Health 2017 New Year Resolutions

My busiest time for new signups is a few days away, once New Year is upon us.  Suddenly the sight of chocolate and more chocolate is no longer appealing and the whole world is resolving to eat better, get fit and lose weight. This year has been different however with more enquiries in the month of...
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Do you have a healthy relationship with food?

At first glance, many people will answer yes to this question. They eat a reasonable amount of fruit and vegetables (OK, most could do with eating a few more veggies) and a varied diet with a reasonable balance of food types. Therefore they have a reasonably healthy relationship with food – right? (Note overuse of...
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Welcome to Think Healthy Be Healthy Blog

In our society: Approximately two thirds adults and one third of children in the UK are overweight or obese. Almost half of Britons say that stress or worry keeps them awake at night, nearly a fifth of adults in the UK experience anxiety or depression and more than half (54%) of employers cite non-work related stress,...
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