A must-read for those training for a marathon.
How to feel stronger and happier.
Nutritional advice for mums from Laura Clark.
It's always a joy to welcome back monthly columnist, registered dietitian, Laura Clark.
Zita West is the founder of the Zita West fertility clinic which offers a unique holistic approach to natural fertility and IVF.
Lucy is a 30-year-old Senior PR Manager living in London who works for the Red Consultancy across a variety of health, beauty, food and lifestyle brands including Boots and Johnson & Johnson. As a nutrition and fitness nut, she’s recently started a blog and Instagram account inspiring others to go out and try classes and recipes on www.msmotivator.me, with daily Instagram memes from her global travels aimed at motivating and making people smile @msmotivatorme.
There are Cornish views as I type this – except it is dark because who has time to blog during the day in half term! Holidays in Cornwall filled with pasties, ice creams, fudge and cream teas and grandparents primed to spoil equal joy for my children and despair for their dietitian mum!
A couple of weeks ago saw me 'train it' from Leeds to London to meet up with a fabulous group of blogging friends for lunch and a certain multi-award winning chart-topping singer/MC and TV judge, Alesha Dixon (standard ;) )!
It's an honour to welcome back my monthly columnist, dietician Laura Clark to the blog where she demystifies common misconceptions on food and nutrition, helping us to live smart and be healthy (#livesmartbehealthy).
Knowing what to feed your kids can be a minefield for parents. Naturally as parents we want to feed our children healthy meals packed full of vitamins, calcium and other vital nutrients while still offering them the odd sweet treat and even occasional *whispers Maccy D's!
Nutritional information is more accessible than ever but does Google leave people more confused than enlightened? How we are interpreting this information for our own diet and health is one thing but what about our children?
Simone Lanham is a mum, wife and former TV journalist. A New Zealander living in London, she owns entertainment company Incognito Artists . When elder daughter was diagnosed with autism, Simone and her husband set up the Sewell Foundation in NZ to offer information and assistance regarding biomedical and early intervention to families and practitioners treating autism.