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Are you a Lone Wolf?

Have you started 2017 with a desire, a strong conviction or even just a wistful longing to get a bit fitter?
Maybe you’ve decided to finally get your bad back into shape, or to tackle that ever increasing waistline or the dreaded sagging chest (I won’t use the horrid ‘M’ word!). […]

By |February 6th, 2017|Health, Jim's Blog, Lifestyle|0 Comments
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Dry January. Wet February?

In the bar at the rugby club on Sunday lunchtime, drying out in the bar after getting soaked for previous 2 hours and the number of references to ‘dry January’ couldn’t be ignored.
It seems as if every man and his dog is looking forward to completing ‘dry January’.  For many […]

By |January 17th, 2017|Health, Jim's Blog, Lifestyle|0 Comments

How much do you know about vaccines?

As a health practitioner, I’m very conscious of everything that goes into our bodies especially since having my eyes opened to how substances react in us – like vaccines – and how they affect the immune response. I’ve become increasingly aware that the ‘official’ advice is not always the best advice. Right […]

By |January 9th, 2017|Education, Health, Jim's Blog|0 Comments

Diet Confessions of a Health Coach – Staying Fit and Healthy after 40

What is a healthy diet?

That has been the question on many a persons’ lips for decades now. I do find it quite ironic that the more we learn about food the less of an idea we have about what makes a healthy diet.

200, 100 or even 50 years ago we […]

By |December 2nd, 2016|Energy Building, Health, Jim's Blog, Nutrition|0 Comments

Protein Powders – Good or Bad? Part 4

This is the type of question that I dread.

On the surface of it, the question seems very simple, but it’s not.

So I’m going to break my answer down into 4 parts:

1. Do you NEED protein powders at all?
2. Caution Alerts – It could ruin you
3. Are you on the slippery […]

By |November 12th, 2016|Health, Jim's Blog, Lifestyle, Nutrition|0 Comments

Protein Powders – Good or Bad? Part 3

This is the type of question that I dread.

On the surface of it the question seems very simple…….. but it’s not.

So I’m going to break my answer down into 4 parts:

1. Do you NEED protein powders at all?
2. Caution Alerts – It could ruin you
3. Are you on the slippery slope?
4. The Real World […]

By |November 5th, 2016|Health, Jim's Blog, Lifestyle, Nutrition|0 Comments

Protein Powders – Good or Bad? Part 2

This is the type of question that I dread.

On the surface of it the question seems very simple…….. but it’s not.

So I’m going to break my answer down into 4 parts:

1. Do you NEED protein powders at all?
2. Caution Alerts – It could ruin you
3. Are you on the slippery slope?
4. The Real World […]

By |October 22nd, 2016|Health, Jim's Blog, Lifestyle, Nutrition|0 Comments

Protein Powders – Good or Bad? Part 1

This is the type of question that I dread.

On the surface of it the question seems very simple…….. but it’s not.

Mainly because there are protein powders and protein powders. But also because we first need to ask the question about why there is a need to use protein powders […]

By |October 20th, 2016|Health, Jim's Blog, Lifestyle, Nutrition|0 Comments

Conversations with a client – Gluten and beer

I want to share with you a recent email conversation that I had with a client on the subject of gluten and beer.

This particular client has been a model client. We identified the need to remove gluten and dairy from his diet and to improve his protein, fat & […]

By |September 21st, 2016|Health, Jim's Blog, Lifestyle, Nutrition|0 Comments

Are we doing our best to stop our children getting cancer??

Firstly we must acknowledge that this subject is a horrid one. As a parent I cannot imagine what it would be like to have one of my children diagnosed with cancer. My heart goes out to anyone in that situation but I hope I never get to find out what […]

By |September 13th, 2016|Jim's Blog|0 Comments