30 days to healthy living

30 DAYS TO HEALTHY LIVING

😴Feeling tired all the time?
🤔Grumbling tummy?
😢 IBS flare-ups?
🤔Lacking energy and oompf?

Read on as I have some exciting news!

I’ve been working away in the background for the past few months investigating and trying out new NUTRITION products that will help support my clients and friends on their wellbeing journey.

We know gut health and clean eating massively contributes to an overall feeling of wellness BUT REALISTICALLY this can feel really hard to get started with.

If you are:

🙉 Confused about where to start with food?
🙈 Interested but lacking in motivation?
🙉 Overwhelmed by products and supplements?

Let me help! PM me and we can talk about how to get you feeling back on track in just 30 days 🙋‍♀️

I can support you with:
* Menu planning and recipes
* Nutritional products to help
*121 coaching to get your started and keep you motivated

Comment below or send me an email and let’s get you back on track to wellness xx

Tired but wired? Help your adrenals

I’m a bit odd as I seriously LOVE the adrenal glands! As someone who unconsciously abused and depleted them for years, I’m more in tune with their protest signs these days and do try to help them and switch off when I can.

Here’s a beautiful article on how to naturally fuel your body to balance your hormones and support your adrenals.

I love the writers closing sentence that she felt like a ‘moral failure’ with adrenal fatigue symptoms because she’s a Doctor! I remember hearing that my Kinesiologist was unwell once and I thought the earth had stopped spinning – how could she possibly be unwell when she lived such a healthy lifestyle? Then I remembered: she was human. Just like the rest of us.

We can only do ever our best. We are not infallible but if we can try to do something to help our body every day rather than just stress it further, then give yourself a big high five!

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Years of battling with glandular fever, M.E. and then my stubborness to work and play as hard as a ‘normal’ 20something in London meant my poor adrenals never really got they support they needed and I was definitely tired but wired. I was constantly burnt out, had a ‘faulty battery charger’ where sleep never fully refreshed me and ironically struggled to switch off and get a good nights sleep. I now understand I was too wired to sleep. My adrenals were in overdrive, my hormones (and periods) disrupted and I was stuck on a loop de loop rollercoaster.

Having thought I had recovered from M.E. I was disappointed to think I was only ever going to be at 70% energy levels UNTIL I started to LISTEN to how I was feeling. Over the course of a few months (ahem, really years), I headed all the lifestyle advice and started to pay attention to my diet. I didn’t just feed my body plaster food such as caffeine and chocolate to keep going but slowly introduced healthier, slow release snacks (humous, carrots and rye bread were a favourite).

Here’s some really helpful advice on what to fuel your body with to give your adrenals a break (or a big hug to say thanks for keeping me going).

Enjoy x

 

 

Quick breakfast

Struggle to eat breakfast?

Try this super simple smoothie to get in plenty of vitamins, minerals & all important anti-oxidants to help boost your immune system. It really does pack a bit of zing and put a spring in your step and it only takes 2 minutes to prepare – perfect breakfast!

Super simple

Try this:

x1 banana

x1 apple

x1 carrot

x1 handful of spinach

x1/2 scoop of Berry and/or Organic Greens Complex Delicious Berry Complex from NYRO

x1/2 cup of almond, rice or coconut milk

x 1/2 cup of water

 

Have a try and let me know what you think? I’d love to hear if you like it and what else you put into it.

Happy springing 🙂

Sx

 

Homemade Healthy Snacks

How many of us start the week with the best of healthy intentions and then fall off the bandwagon saying we don’t have have time to cook from scratch? I know I used to.

Nowadays, like the good Girl Guide I used to be, I try to be as prepared as possible so I have sugar free, nutritious snacks on hand. Sometimes time does get the better of me but that’s why we were given bank holidays! Two hours in the kitchen later and I’m fully prepped with homemade healthy snacks that will keep me going for at least the next 2 weeks.

Concerned about any of the ingredients or don’t like nuts? Pop in for a kinesiology session where we can muscle test your body for food intolerances to ensure everything you eat works for you and strengthens your body.

Leave me a comment if you would like the recipes and let me know how they taste for you xx

Homemade Healthy Snacks

Homemade Healthy Snacks

In this picture:

* Flaxseed crackers (next dish to make: homemade humous)

* Healthy chocolate nibbles – date, almond + cocoa protein balls

* Homemade granola using Deliciously Ella’s recipe: cinammon + pecan granola (minus the maple syrup) http://deliciouslyella.com/nutty-cinnamon-granola/

Breakfast: I love starting the day with homemade nutty granola, goats yogurt + blueberries

Mid morning : Keep the energy levels up with a mid morning snack of flaxseed cracker with nut butter + avocado

Afternoon tea: A cup of peppermint + liquorice tea plus a couple of healthy chocolate nibbles satisfy any sugar cravings that may have arisen

 

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