6 Tips on Living a Healthier Lifestyle- By Esme Mare

To live healthy one must focus on not just improving ones physical health but ones mental health as well. One’s physical and mental health should be in balance or function well in such a way that if there is a change in the one then the other one will change positively or negatively... to read

2016-03-16T09:58:07+02:00Mar 16th, 2016|Health and Fitness, News, Nutrition|

Why you should stick to your New Year’s weight-loss resolutions By Esmé Maré (Dietitian)

Each and every year we have losing weight as one of our New Year’s resolutions. We start the year off making healthy changes towards our diet, but soon we give up, when we start struggling and are not seeing the results we would have liked to see... To read more Click Here

New Years Resolution Newbie By Luke Stegmann

So it’s early on new years day, you’re a little hungover, tired and the lights are too bright! This however doesn’t matter because 2016 is going to be a good year! You’re motivated, excited and have a whole whack of resolutions you’re going to stick to this year... you can just feel it! To read

How to foolproof your fitness resolutions By Jenna-Lee Field

It is estimated that between 40 – 50% of people make New Year’s resolutions.  But, despite all good intentions, only a tiny fraction of us manage to stick to our resolutions.  According to statistics the following shows how many of these resolutions are maintained as time goes on... To read more Click Here

Cultivating a healthy relationship with food

  By Stacey Heyink The focus over valentines day is usually about our relationships with the loved ones in our lives. However, it might be a worthwhile challenge this valentines day to examine your relationship with food and put as much effort into cultivating a healthy relationship with food as you do with your loved

2015-01-22T15:55:10+02:00Jan 22nd, 2015|Nutrition, Valentines Day|

Aging Gracefully: 5 Nutrients You May Be Missing

Nutrition is key factor in determining the overall health and well-being of the elderly population. Older persons are particularly vulnerable to malnutrition. Up to 16% of pensioners in retirement villages are thought to be deficient in protein and calories1 and up to 35% are deficient in certain minerals and vitamins2. If we consider the importance

Smart Study Foods for Adolescents

The formative adolescent years are a key period for learning independence and responsibility, which also extends to dietary habits and food choices. Most moms know that teens tend arrive home and raid the fridge, snacking on anything available. These food choices play a large role, not only in forming your teen’s future dietary habits, but

2014-07-02T12:43:25+02:00Jul 2nd, 2014|Health and Fitness, News, Nutrition, Teens|