Karen recently graduated with the CI Diploma in Nutrition & Lifestyle Coaching from IHS
Its cold and flu season at the moment so its hard to avoid the nasty sniffles and sore throats that your friends and family may all be succumbing to. However - it's not actually as hard to stay healthy, or get rid of any bugs quickly and effectively, as you might think. Just step right into your kitchen, open the cupboards and start making better use of some of the amazing immune boosting foods you probably had no idea you had at home. Here are 8 of our favourite immune boosters
A few of us in IHS have just started on this journey with Annie Grace. The Alcohol Experiment is a 30-day alcohol free challenge which interrupts your habits and helps you take control of your relationship with alcohol.
Having been gifted Yotam Ottolenghi's new cookbook SIMPLE over Christmas, we are loving all of the recipes in this book.
It’s time to meet the IHS team again. This month we are delighted to introduce you to Liz Holland
The immune system is made up of a network of cells, tissues, and organs that work together to protect the body. It is a highly evolved series of defences designed to protect us against many of the diseases and regular assaults such as invading organisms, toxins and mutated cells (cancer cells). It is an incredibly complex body system and must constantly be on the look-out for invaders. It also needs a vast array of nutrients and a hefty dose of TLC, to work efficiently and effectively so here are our top tips for supporting your immune system through the cold and flu season.
Stress and anxiety tend to influence our self-talk and mental chatter so if we don’t pay attention to this we can end up talking ourselves into even more stress and anxiety.
It’s time to meet the IHS team again. This month we are delighted to introduce you to Joanne Gribbin
Jackie recently graduated with the CI Diploma in Nutrition & Lifestyle Coaching from IHS
It’s time to meet the IHS team again. This month we are delighted to introduce you to Moira Browne, our Programme Development Manager