Lifestyle

Live keynote presentations with a managed Q&A towards the end of each session

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Why do we procrastinate?

In this Masterclass we explore the causes of procrastination and discuss effective techniques to overcome the blockers that will enable us to take action now, not tomorrow!

Eating healthily for menopause

Dietary changes can really help weight management & symptom control during the perimenopausal years. This session will cover the importance of good blood sugar level control, calcium intake, phytoestrogens and gut health. You can feel better in just 7 days.

How to ‘eat your week’ on a budget

Often we know what we ‘should’ be eating, but find it hard to actually achieve this. The ever increasing price of food is just one of these barriers. This is a practical session on how to get the nutrition you need – without splashing the cash!

Weight – the tyre that just won’t shift

I hear you – shifting weight that sits around our middle is hard. Many people complain about this ‘tyre’ and it is not just its effect on our physical health but our self esteem too. Tips and tricks to help shift that weight can be found here!

The sugar slump: How and why and what to do about it

Feel like you just want to sleep after your lunch? Waking up in the middle of the night – no idea why? Likelihood is you have poorly controlled blood sugar levels. There are lots of ways to improve your energy levels through your diet. Easy to ‘digest’ practical tips provided.

Menopause: The What, the Why and the How to Thrive

This is a talk for men and women alike- even if you’re personally not going to go through the menopause, the women around you are!

The menopausal transition is a process which often spans several years and whilst it is a natural phenomenon it doesn’t mean that it can’t be really tricky to navigate. Tune in for an overview of what happens to hormones around the peri-menopause & menopause plus all important advice on lifestyle factors, HRT, supplements and herbal remedies as well as tips on how to support colleagues or loved ones as their bodies adapt to the ‘new normal’ of life during and after the menopause.

Supplements you can feel good about spending your money on

With so many supplement options to choose from, it’s becoming harder to be a discerning consumer. Are those expensive orange horse pills recommended by a friend of a friend actually life-changing? Do you really need to take 7 different supplements in the morning? With clever marketing, product labels may lure you into buying them with big promises, but where is your money best spent?

We will look at the reasons for supplementation, whether it is really necessary and some top picks of useful supplements to help with common issues such as anxiety, mood, sleep, joint pain, energy, cardiovascular health, hormone balance and blood sugar regulation.

Sleep, the Elixir of life. How to improve quality and quantity.

Ensuring that you get enough sleep is hugely important to both our physical and mental well-being, Whilst we are asleep are bodies are busy recovering from one day and preparing for the next. Tune in for an overview of what happens when we sleep and why it is so important plus all important advice on diet, good habits and supplements to help you switch down for a more restful sleep when your head hits the pillow.

Making effective change

How to start making small wellbeing habit changes and making them stick. Why we tend to put things off that we know are good for us ? Why we end up doing things that we know are harmful or make us feel bad ?

Cardiovascular health and wellbeing

A session highlighting the impact of poor lifestyle choices on cardiovascular health. What happens to our internal workings when we make those choices, what happens when we make better choices and what biological changes occur?