Regular eating is probably not the first thing that comes to mind when you think of achieving your weight loss goals, right? But actually, it is one of the most important tools that you can use to keep yourself on track. Our Health Coach, Ellie,...

There are so many myths about nutrition that it can be hard to know where you stand. Do you need to be eating expensive miracle berries? Should your diet be low in fat? We asked nutritionist Cassandra Barns to tell us what myths she hears most...

Throughout January, our Adult Weight Management Practitioners and Health Coaches will share healthy snack alternatives for when the temptation to back-track is strong! This week Heather breaks down the nutritional value in Grenade Carb Killa bars.  If you have been in any supermarket or gym recently you have probably...

Throughout January, our Health Coaches and Adult Weight Management Practitioners will share healthy snack alternatives for when the temptation to back-track is strong! This week Hannah talks about why Eat Real Sea Salt Lentil Chips is the real deal.  It’s hard to resist a bag of crisps...

 Is food free festive fun a thing? When we think of Christmas, we think of mince pies, turkey, pigs in blankets, Christmas pudding and of course, drinks! Whilst food is a wonderful part of Christmas, navigating through all of the indulgent food and drinks can be tricky....

Rachel Dixon, a member of our healthy lifestyle team, talks about using festive food swaps to avoid the guilt that comes with overindulging during the festive season.  We’re in the final month of 2019, and it’s the most wonderful time of the year! The festive season...

So East Sussex, let’s talk about eating healthy food during shift work or having a job where you are always ‘on the road’. It can be tough. You’ve had a 5am start or you’ve been on the road since the crack of dawn. You rush out...

This week’s blog shares some tips on how to keep your health on track this autumn. With autumn well and truly in full swing, you may have noticed that your eating and physical activity preferences are changing. With fewer daylight hours, colder temperatures and a lot...