We all know that when you eat ‘bad stuff’, you feel rubbish.
And that when you eat ‘good stuff’, you feel better, more productive, more creative and more engaged in your work.
I’m Claire, a nutritional therapist, not food dictator. I want to help you get the best out of life and work by making eating better easy.
I would love to help you – so whether you are an individual wanting to feel better, or a team leader/boss who wants to increase productivity while showing your staff that you care about them, do get in touch.
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So many of my clients say the same thing: I’m so tired. I’m knackered. I don’t have enough energy. Yet when I ask them how much sleep they are getting, the answer is often: Not enough. See, they already know that they aren’t getting enough sleep, but at the same time, they don’t prioritise getting ... Read more
There’s nothing quite as exciting as seeing your first ever proper video. I know that I’m not in this video about the Winter Warmer Five Day Reboot, but just seeing the video is making me happy dance! Full details about the Reboot are here – we’d love to share the Reboot love with ... Read more
Now (ie, post-Christmas, New Year, January) is not the time to go on a diet. I know how much you want to. You’ve eaten loads. Pretty much non-stop. The biscuits. The crackers. The cheese. The After Eights. The flatbread with red onion. The sausages (little and big ones). The mince pies. The jelly. The pate. ... Read more
It seems I have a face for radio. No kidding. I definitely do. It’s the perfect face to go on BBC Radio Bristol! I’ve been invited on BBC Radio Bristol twice in the past few weeks – once to talk about the news, and once to talk about nutrition, particularly over the Christmas period.
It’s that time of year again, when getting fresh air seems really tricky. The house is warm, full of the lovely smells of Christmas chocolate (or is that just mine…?) and the thought of going out in the cold, or in the rain, is just too darned harsh. It’s tempting to stay indoors for pretty ... Read more