As part of Dementia Action Week, we want to raise awareness and start the conversation. What is Dementia?Dementia is a general term for a decline in mental ability severe enough to interfere with daily life.The brain is made up of nerve cells (neurones) that communicate with...

Studies have shown that on average, we are only consuming about 19g of the recommended 30g of fibre per day.It’s important that we reach as close to this recommendation as possible because dietary fibre can help you improve blood cholesterol levels and lower your risk of...

  This week one of our clients, Linda, is sharing everything she's learned about sugar with us on a recent quest to improve her health. One thing I have found during my healthy weight loss journey is that after a while things seem to get a bit...

Colin is our converted health and wellbeing caravan. He is always getting compliments on how comfortable and homely he is by the clients that jump onboard. The best thing about Colin is his unique ability to set up a clinic in any location with all the...

Most people believe the key to weight loss is eating healthier food and increasing exercise. However, we often underestimate the influence of our mind. Which is why a food and activity diary proves to be useful for my patients.  The Emotional Side to Eating Eating can be very emotional, which results in a complicated relationship between what we...

Have you heard of the disease COPD? What this actually stands for is Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.  This is the term for a group of conditions which include bronchitis and emphysema and are commonly characterised by the narrowing of the airways in the lungs (see picture...

Janet’s Journey to Healthy Weight Loss was prompted by a conversation with her GP around chronic arthritis. Janet shares the story of how her experience on the adult weight management course not only encouraged her to lose a total of seven kilograms, but gave her...