Tips

Understanding emotional eating

Food is more than fuel. Food is an important piece of our life; we grow up with smells and dishes that will stay in our memory forever.

All about vitamin D

Low blood levels of vitamin D are associated with higher risks of everything from heart disease, diabetes, and cancer to mood disorders and even dementia.

The link between gut bacteria and mood

There more bacteria cells in our bodies that human cells, I know the idea of having trillions of bacteria paired with viruses and fungi inside our bodies is not so sexy, but it is important to understand that not all bacteria are bad; Bacteria can be harmful, but some species of bacteria are needed to keep us healthy.

Circadian rhythm, sleep and overeating

Not sleeping enough impacts our ability to regulate our emotions, appetite and food choices, which increase the likelihood of both overeating and consuming unhealthy foods. On the other hand, poor food choices during the day may affect how well we sleep.

Tips to cope with holiday stress and overeating

Finding a balance between eating healthy and having your favourites homemade Christmas cookies can be a real challenge, especially if you spend too much time indoors with mostly unhealthy foods around you.

Nutrition for healthy skin

Many people don’t know that nutrition plays a crucial role in skin health and that many skin problems, such as; Acne, rosacea, psoriasis and dry skin, are all affected by your diet. There is no point in spending your money on expensive skincare if you’re not caring to feed your skin from the inside out.

Let’s talk about PMS!

Sadly most women grow up believing that having PMS is a normal part of being female. Still, PMS is common but NOT normal.