We all know that when you eat ‘good stuff’, you feel better, more productive, more creative and more engaged in life and in work.
Knowing what counts as ‘good’ can be tricky. That’s why I’m here. I’m Claire, a nutritional therapist, not a food dictator. I help you figure what works for you, making it easy to eat better.
So whether you are organising your staff away day, planning a wellbeing programme, or simply want some handy nutrition all for yourself, do get in touch.
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It’s a question that I have struggled to answer – not least because today is my 100th litter pick this year – whoop whoop! I have struggled to answer these question around the link between nutrition and litter simply because I don’t want to sound like the kind of person who tells you off for ... Read more
When it comes to eating better, one of the very least useful things you can do, in my opinion, is count calories. Counting calories, and specifically reducing calories might seem like a great way to become healthy and to lose weigh. But the simple fact is that calories alone are not a good way to ... Read more
In our latest podcast, the wonderful Mindful Eating Coach, Lisa Beasley and I talk (and laugh a lot) about exercising. Or more specifically, our trip to a fitness class. Lisa had the brilliant idea that we should go along to a session together and then talk about it afterwards. So we did. We joined a ... Read more
I mentioned in my last podcast that New Year Resolutions are rubbish – especially ones relating to fitness and health. Which is why I feel a tad hypocritical writing a post for New Year with some alternative New Year resolution suggestions for you. But there you go. I wrote these in a hurry: based on ... Read more
Your New Year Resolution to lose weight this year is a rubbish one. It really is. And even though you really mean it, you are probably going to fail. Why? Because many resolutions – up to around 60% of them, depending on what you read – fail within one month. ONE month. And if you ... Read more