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health & wELLBEING

Maintaining a healthy diet and overall wellbeing is crucial for optimal physical and mental health.

Eating a balanced diet rich in nutrients, staying physically active, getting enough rest, and managing stress can all contribute to a healthier lifestyle.


Following the success of our recent Mental Health & Wellbeing event, we've put together some helpful information on health and wellness topics.

Healthy Pizza


Dr Leila Dehghan, plant-based nutritionist

We often know what to eat, but are not sure how much to eat. Knowing what a portion size looks like will help us to eat a healthier diet.

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Eco Food Guide for a climate friendly future

Many of the world’s most pressing problems can leave us feeling helpless like there’s nothing we can do as individuals.

The climate crisis, however, is an issue where personal change is overwhelmingly urged by experts around the globe. Among the actions that will have the biggest impact: our food choices!

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10 Tips For Vegan Diets If You Have a Soya Allergy

While soya, particularly minimally processed soya, can be beneficial for almost everyone, some people need to avoid it. Soya is currently labelled on food items in the UK (under EU legislation) as it is a common allergen.


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Diet and Diabetes: Recipes for Success

The Remarkably Simple New Dietary Approach to Diabetes Give It a Three-Week Trial.


What Have You Got To Lose? 

Green Peas

Let Food Be Thy Medicine

Nutrition counselling tips for pharmacists by Sheetal Ladva Kanwar, Pharmacist.

Nutrition advice can help patients reduce their reliance on medications and supplements and aid in deprescribing.

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Lifestyle factors for better Bone health

By Mr Rajiv Bajekal, Orthopaedic Surgeon and Lifestyle Medicine Physician and Lisa Simon, Registered Dietitian

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Breast Cancer: How To Reduce Your Risk

A healthy diet and lifestyle can lower your risk of getting breast cancer.

These four simple tips can boost your health in other ways, too!

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By Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.

Did you know?  Try to make all your grains whole grain, including pasta. Consuming grains in their whole form offers more nutrition than their refined counterparts which consist mainly of the starchy endosperm. 

Exercise and Healthy Diet

Dietary And Lifestyle Advice For Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

Dr Anni Tripathi, GP, Lifestyle Medicine Physician Karine Stephan, Registered Nutritional Therapist

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