Tag: cravings

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Diets Don’t Work! So What Does?

January 17, 2018

If you have followed me long enough you will know I’m not a big believer of diets (unless of course you have a diagnosed condition such as coeliac disease or fructose malabsorption etc). Diets set us up to fail because they are not sustainable over a life time. Removing foods forever is a big ask and very difficult for the mindset. I can’t imagine to be told to never again indulge in chocolate or Christmas pudding or fresh bread or a magnificent pasta dish. Whilst our intentions, motiv....

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Life is a “Do it Yourself Project!”

January 23, 2017

Life is a… “Do it Yourself Project” I like to share this story about this time every year because, if you are anything like me, I need this gentle story to remind me that it’s time to re-focus on my health… to realise that if I keep indulging in festive habits my health, my mood, my sleep, my work and my waistline will suffer. It’s time to take back control of my health and enjoy the benefits that optimum health brings. “An elderly carpenter was ready to retire. He told his emplo....

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Are You Ready to Make a Change?

February 1, 2016

“I’m sick of feeling like this” is a common mantra I hear this time of year. And to be honest I’ve found myself those those same words. What we are really sick of is the extended festive indulging and the way it is making us feel. Now is the time to make a change. If you want to embrace 2016 with Optimum Health, Vitality and Energy then it is up to you to choose to do things differently... and the expert team at Mammoth Health are here to help you, support you, guide you and mot....

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Nix Night-Time Nibbling

August 21, 2014

Do you find you have fallen into the habit of nibbling after dinner? If so, you are not alone. Many people consume the majority of their calories in the evenings. Some Of The Reasons For This Pattern Are: Soothing stress and anxiety from the day with high-calorie, high fat “comfort foods” at night. Many feel they “deserve” a treat for surviving the stressful day. Boredom or habit – if you always snack after dinner, your body learns to “expect” a snack at that time of nigh....

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