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Healthy At Any Age – 60s

When we reach our 60, we can often find ourselves standing at a crossroads with our health. Two very different paths stand before us. Lifestyle decisions in this decade can determine whether we continue to age well and maintain vitality, strength and mental acuity, or see our health rapidly decline. Here we look at the […]

Healthy At Any Age: 50s – How To Turn Back Time

When most people think about hitting their 50s, they fear aching joints, ailing health, and losing the vestiges of youth and physical fitness. Women, in particular, face the biggest changes with menopause and the wide-ranging effects that the cessation of sex hormone production can cause. Symptoms vary in severity and frequency but often include low […]

Healthy At Any Age: 40s –Don’t Be Another Statistic

Research has shown that living through your 40s can be the toughest decade of your life both physically and mentally. It is when you are most likely to be diagnosed with chronic diseases, often associated with lifestyle habits.  In particular, excess levels of body fat are associated with decreased life expectancy, fertility and hormonal issues, poor mental health, productivity, and self-image.   The statistics for […]

Healthy At Any Age: Dealing With Change In Your 30s

While your 30s are the years in which you solidify your identity, it is also a time of significant change in priorities, with health dropping down the pecking order behind work, family and social commitments. Time and convenience tend to be the most common barriers to healthy eating too.   Children and marriage are key milestones, […]

Healthy At Any Age: Can Weight Training Make You ‘Younger’?

A common theme we see with female clients over 40 is that they often turn to cardio training when they start thinking about their health and fitness. While they initially lose weight and feel better, as the weeks pass, their progress plateaus, hunger levels spike, and they cease to see the changes they want in their body even though they may exercise multiple times […]

The power of positive thinking

Staying motivated to your health and fitness goals can be tough, especially with sporadic lockdowns and drastic changes in routine over this past year. However, instead of digging yourself deeper into that hole and beating yourself up wishing you had have achieved more, remember that just a simple change in your thinking can make all the difference.   Our thoughts determine our […]

Can You Reverse Estrogen Dominance In Men?

Are you storing fat around your waist, hips and thighs?Do you feel conscious of your man boobs or maybe even cellulite?Have you been suffering from a lack of libido and reduced performance? If this sounds familiar, it could be an indication that you are experiencing what is known as “estrogen dominance.” High estrogen levels in […]

How Men Can Increase Testosterone Levels Naturally

How do you know if your testosterone levels are low as a man? Storing more body fat on your hips and legs, experiencing low sex drive, noticing hair loss around the face and body, as well as developing man books can all be potential signs of a hormone imbalance. So if you’re a man and […]

Is the Pressure of Being a “Man” Affecting Your Mental Health?

Men are less likely to address and seek help for mental health issues – research shows that women seek help from professionals regarding mental health at around double the rate. These stats show that men are underdiagnosed regarding mental health and are not as frequently treated. This can lead to men resorting to coping strategies […]

7 stark statistics on men’s mental health and how we can change them

Why is the mental and physical health of many men so poor? There is no single answer to this. It’s clear that many factors cutting across diet, lifestyle, psychology and social norms coalesce to give poorer health outcomes for men. Seven statistics we have pulled together highlight the gulf between men and women when it […]

Weight training and meditation – two sides of the same coin.

Meditation and weightlifting – on the surface, they are very much like chalk and cheese.   First impressions of weightlifting are typically that it is all about brute force, aggression and rage – whereas meditation seems easy, calming and still.   However, they are not as different as we might think. In fact, one can have a profoundly positive influence on the other and vice versa.  Ask anyone who is passionate […]

5 Benefits of Weight Training for Coeliacs

Exercise is an essential component to ensure optimal physical and mental well-being for anyone. But this becomes even more important for people who suffer from autoimmune conditions, such as Coeliac Disease (CD).   Coeliac Disease is a lifelong condition that is affected by the consumption of gluten – which is typically found in wheat, barley, and rye. Gluten triggers an immune response in the small intestine […]

Can you exercise with fibromyalgia?

Fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) is a chronic disorder that causes extreme muscle pain and fatigue all over the body. Many people suffering from the condition find they struggle to exercise as much as they would like to, or at all.   While the pain and fatigue associated with fibromyalgia may make exercise and daily activities difficult, it is crucial to stay physically active.   […]

The gut-brain connection: How we can improve our gut health with good mental health

Research shows that mental health and cognition are strongly influenced by the composition of our gut microbiome (essentially the bacteria in your gut).   The communication system between your gut and brain is called the gut-brain axis. While the precise mechanism of this has not yet been fully explained, research suggests that the gut microbiota generally […]

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