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11 Alarming Things That Happen When You Don’t Get Enough Sleep

The National Institute of health recommends that we get 7 – 9 hours of sleep every night. But lets be honest, we are all guilty of neglecting our sleep at one point in our lives — whether it is to finish a project at work, to nurse a baby, to party until dawn, or even just to watch Game of Thrones. While a late night here and there may not seem like a big deal, the impact of long term sleep deprivation can lead to a multitude of unfortunate effects whilst sending our hormones haywire.

Environmental Oestrogen’s – what are they, their dangers and how to avoid them

You’ve probably heard about the toxic effects of BPA present in our plastic water bottles. This environmental oestrogen has been linked to breast cancer, infertility and polycystic ovarian syndrome.

But did you know that there are a number of other chemicals hiding in the foods we eat, the skin care products we use and the water we drink, that can act much in the same way (as BPA), messing up our hormonal systems and putting us at risk of disease?

That’s right, on a daily basis we are constantly exposed to environmental oestrogens a.k.a hormone disruptors. They’re everywhere. So let’s discuss the most common ones, the risks and how to avoid them .

Lifting weights to lose weight

The importance of strength training is often overlooked and many women fear that lifting weights will cause them to bulk up and lose their femininity. Ladies this is not the case!

Both the latest fitness research and my own real-life experiences show that strength training is one of the fastest routes to fat loss and becoming leaner and is a necessary partner alongside aerobic exercise for a healthy lifestyle.

So before you say ‘no’ to weights and spend your next workout only on the treadmill or solely focusing on aerobic exercise, take some time to challenge your preconceptions and learn about the benefits of strength training for women.

The Truth About Fats: The Good, The Bad and The Grey area

Despite reducing our fat intake over the past 40 years, rates of obesity and diabetes are higher than ever. Knowing the difference between foods that are ‘good’ fats vs bad fats is key to preventing disease and living a healthy lifestyle. So read on to find out if you are including the right fats in your diet and what amount you should be eating every day.

Does the harm from mercury in seafood outweigh the benefits of eating fish?

The NHS recommends eating 2-4 servings of fish a week as part of a healthy diet. However the risk of exposure to mercury and other toxic pollutants which are now found in our oceans have scared many people away from eating fish.

Here’s exactly what you need to know to eat fish and stay healthy. 

7 Reasons To Never Drink Plastic Bottled Water Again

We all know that keeping hydrated it essential to our health.  However drinking water from plastic water bottles may be doing us more harm than good. Here’s exactly why you should avoid drinking from plastic water bottles.

Chicken lettuce wraps in less than 20 minutes

Try these delicious chicken wraps for a healthy and balanced meal or snack

13 Tips to Boost your Metabolism and Burn Fat While You’re Sleeping

So the first step towards long term fat loss is to ditch the diet and the diet mentality. Instead focus on gradually installing these 11 habits into your daily routine to boost your metabolism.




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