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12 Healthy Habits For The New Year

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Looking at habits can be a gentle, more sustainable approach compared to extreme diets, detoxes and concoctions that will start to surface in the coming weeks. So we hope you enjoy the twist. Here’s the 12 healthy habits countdown… 12 Healthy Habits 1 hour movement/exercise session Aim for one hour...
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Lose Weight for Life

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GET MOTIVATED TO IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH – CHANGE THE WAY YOU EAT Let us help you change your attitude and approach to food with our new updated research-based healthy weight loss programme. No need to count calories! It’s all about balancing those macro and micro nutrients to suit your needs...
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Butternut Squash and Basil Risotto (Serves 1)

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Basil, fresh 2 tbsp chopped 15g Cream Cheese low fat 28g Cheese, parmesan, grated 1 clove garlic chopped 1 tbsp onions chopped 1 spring Onions, spring or scallions, chopped 50g Risotto Rice 100g Butternut squash diced 29g white wine, 100ml Vegetable Stock Method: Roast the squash in the oven until...
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The Clever Guts diet by Dr Michael Mosley

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your gut is very clever, it contains millions of neurons and is home to the microbiome , an army of microbes that influence your mood, weight and immune system check out Dr Michael Mosleys book on managing your gut health...
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Benefits of eggs in your diet

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Did you know that eggs contain  calcium, iron, magnesium , phosphorus, potassium and zinc ? They also contain the antioxidant compounds called lutein and zeaxanthin that have been shown to be beneficial in eye health by reducing age related macular degeneration  ...
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NTOI agm guest speaker Dr David Brady

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Dr David Brady recently spoke at our NTOI AGM in relation to Fibromyalgia. For more than twenty-three years, Dr. Brady has treated many thousands of patients seeking relief for what they consider a mystery illness—chronic global pain—and has devised a protocol to help patients determine if in fact, they are suffering...
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High histamine level foods

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        High histamine level foods: Alcohol Pickled or canned foods – sauerkrauts Matured cheeses Smoked meat products – salami, ham, sausages…. Shellfish Beans and pulses – chickpeas, soy beans, peanuts Nuts – walnuts, cashew nuts Chocolates and other cocoa based products Vinegar Ready meals Salty snacks, sweets...
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