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Archives - Month: November 2020

Simple ways to get your Gut Healthier

Quick reminder-your gut is full of bacteria and the balance between good guys and bad guys within this is important for many aspects of your health. This include brain health as our gut and our brain are in direct communication via two way street as

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Tis the season to Eat

Whilst many aspects of this Christmas are going to be different to ‘normal’, there are still lots of yummy Christmas treats around to snack on. As the evenings get longer and without a Christmas Night Out in sight, those stollen bites, mince pies and chocolate

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Cholesterol-brain friend or foe?

“I’ve got a cholesterol of 6.4, is that bad?” is the type of question I often hear people ask.  If only there were a simple answer…. First things first-what is cholesterol anyway and why do we need it? Or do we need it at all?

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How do you describe how you feel in one word?

The language of 2020 2020 has brought into our vocabulary phrases that we would never have imagined a mere year ago. ‘Social distancing’, ‘where did you get your mask?’ “ shall we just zoom? and of course ‘in these unprecedented times’. Why feelings and emotions

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Brain Health Cheat Sheet

With so much going on right now, let’s get back to basics for looking after your noggin 4 Simple Ways To Look After Your Brain Changes to your body and brain are normal as we age and what we do today will impact our health in

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2,4,6,8 Which Omega do we appreciate?

Omega 3 Omega 3 Fatty Acids have a vital role to play in keeping your brain healthy. They are essential for nerve cells and brain cells to communicate and translate information into action elsewhere in our body. EPA and DHA – 2 types of essential

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Walking Your Way To Good Brain Health

We know that walking is good for us, can help us lose weight and generally feel good and now scientist have found it has a positive impact on the brain. Researchers at New Mexico Highlands University in 2017, found that the foot’s impact during walking sends pressure

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