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Latest Blog Posts from our Members

Behind the scenes of ‘that Slimming World Feeling’

By Laura Clark | 14th July 2021

Over my career I have seen countless women who have been back to Slimming World countless times. This is not a coincidence that it fails so many, and sadly yo-yoing in weight has been shown to put our health at risk, in itself so it is not ok that slimming clubs will welcome back repeated …

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Gluten free Lancashire cheese and thyme scones.

By Julie Thompson | 7th July 2021

These are tasty little treats but not for every day as they are quite high in fat. Lancashire cheese is sharp and goes very well with these scones along with the almond yogurt of course! I chose crumbly Lancashire instead of creamy Lancashire so it can be very easily crumbled before adding it to the …

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How does willpower work?

By Laura Clark | 30th June 2021

Of course, you can avoid the temptations. You just need more willpower! Setting your environment up to support healthy habits is one thing; helping your conscious brain make good decisions that facilitate health, I’m all for it. But there are a few key things that get missed off that story of willpower being the key …

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How to create boundaries that enable you to truly nourish yourself

By Laura Clark | 17th June 2021

I recently had a chat with Elsie Owen, the People Pleasing Therapist , about worth and our tendency to persist with people pleasing behaviour, which puts us at the bottom of the pile. How can we create boundaries that enable you to truly nourish yourself? I feel this is particularly relevant for the work I …

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Should I do the keto diet?

By Laura Clark | 26th May 2021

Firstly, shall we define what we mean by keto diet? Keto refers to the production of ketone bodies which are the by product of fat metabolism. This process is known as ketosis. To ensure fat is the preferred fuel source being burned, carb intakes have to stay very low – under 50g per day equating …

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Try new flavourings and reduce your salt intake: Marjoram

By Stephanie Fade | 14th May 2021

Marjoram a slightly sweet, aromatic herb and great way to flavour food without salt Eating less salt will help keep your blood pressure down and reduce your risk of stroke. There are lots of great ways to flavour food without the need for salt. In this series of posts I will be sharing ideas and …

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Reduce your salt intake with fun flavourings: #1 Caraway

By Stephanie Fade | 12th May 2021

Caraway seeds are a great way to add flavour, reducing your need for salt. Reducing your salt intake will help keep your blood pressure down and reduce your risk of stroke. There are lots of great ways to flavour food without the need for salt. Today I start with my personal favourite caraway. Caraway, also known …

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What is the best diet for someone with insulin resistance?

By Laura Clark | 12th May 2021

Insulin resistance is a key factor in the development of type 2 diabetes. It is also associated with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). For clarification, type 2 diabetes is a metabolic disorder characterised by an imbalance in blood glucose levels, altered lipid profiles and high blood pressure. It usually presents as a combination of insulin resistance …

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Lower your blood pressure and prevent stroke: nutrition tips

By Stephanie Fade | 11th May 2021

Act FAST if you think someone is having a stroke May is Stroke Awareness Month. Being aware of the signs of a stroke as shown above is essential for saving lives so always act FAST. Prevention is equally important and high blood pressure is the single biggest risk factor for stroke. Here are my nutrition …

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Healthy, joyful Sunday lunch: Post lockdown tips.

By Stephanie Fade | 29th April 2021

Traditional Sunday Roast. With a few tweaks you can make it healthy and joyful I know many people have missed sharing a traditional English Sunday roast with friends and wider family over lockdown. Now that the weather is getting warmer a fantastic Sunday lunch alfresco (even if you need a coat) is a great way …

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