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Posted on 18/07/2018
Holiday bugs and bites prevention

Holiday bugs and bites prevention

Following on from last week's holiday health blog, where we talked about good bacteria supplements to help prevent holiday tummy, nutritionist Jenny Logan looks ways to prevent other holiday bug problems - including tips for healthy flying, and dealing with biting beasties!
Posted on 04/07/2018
Holiday Tummy prevention

Holiday Tummy prevention

Holiday time can be wonderful, a time rest and relax, spend time with family and for many an opportunity to see a different part of the world. Travel however, does bring with it some drawbacks, including holiday tummy, insect bites, and coughs and colds which fly around the plane.

Posted on 20/06/2018
The Menopause & Bone Health

The Menopause & Bone Health

During and after the menopause women are encouraged to look after their bones. This is because oestrogen is intimately involved in the building and protection of healthy bone tissue. Falling oestrogen during the perimenopause and menopause has been directly linked to the development of osteoporosis or brittle bone disease. In this blog, Jenny Logan looks at pre-emptive steps women can take during menopause and perimenopause to try and protect their bones.
Posted on 14/06/2018
Understanding blood sugar balance & insulin resistance

Understanding blood sugar balance & insulin resistance

Type 2 diabetes is a condition which develops most often between the ages of 40 and 50. It is caused by the body becoming resistant to insulin – the substance produced by the pancreas to deal with sugars. Understanding blood sugar balance, and its impact on our weight and health, can be vital in achieving successful weight loss and in trying to prevent the development of type 2 diabetes. Nutritionist Jenny Logan explains more....
Posted on 06/06/2018
Looking after your heart

Looking after your heart

The heart is a muscle which keeps the body running – like the engine in a car – if it stops working, then everything fails. Therefore, it is vitally important that we look after it! In this blog, nutritionist Jenny Logan talks about steps we can take to support the health of our heart.

Posted on 14/05/2018
Suggestions to Support Anxiety & Depression

Suggestions to Support Anxiety & Depression

Mental health is not something to be ashamed of or to hide away from. Our mental health is something we should all be taking more care of: anxiety and depression are two of the biggest killers in our society. It is always important to make sure that people seek professional help when dealing with anxiety or depression, but in this blog nutritionist Jenny Logan discusses additional suggestions for support. #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek
Posted on 08/05/2018
Natural Help for Hayfever

Natural Help for Hayfever

Wow – what a great Early May Bank Holiday weekend we just had! Loads of time spent outdoors in the sunshine – what could be better? Unless of course you suffer with hay fever – then it may not have been quite so wonderful. As everyone starts mowing their lawn and the trees break out with blossom, the hay fever sufferer finds their eyes starting to become red and swollen, their throat tickling and most often their nose streaming. Nutritionist Jenny Logan discusses some great natural ways to help to reduce hayfever symptoms.
Posted on 17/04/2018
Teen Health: Supporting them through exam time

Teen Health: Supporting them through exam time

So far in her Teen Health series, nutritionist Jenny Logan has explored ways to help support skin health, and the use of B vitamins to try and increase energy and reduce mood swings. In this final blog of the series, she looks at something very relevant to this time of year – supporting your teen through exams!
Posted on 10/04/2018
Teen Health: Supporting low energy & mood swings

Teen Health: Supporting low energy & mood swings

During the teenage years the body is growing and developing, changing all the time. This demands a massive amount of energy. At the same time, we are asking our teens to work hard at school and achieve good grades – it is no wonder that they can turn into tired and possibly moody people! In this blog, nutritionist Jenny Logan explores ways to support those who are struggling with low energy and mood swings.
  • Holiday bugs and bites prevention

    Following on from last week's holiday health blog, where we talked about good bacteria supplements to help prevent holiday tummy, nutritionist Jenny Logan looks ways to prevent other holiday bug problems - including tips for healthy flying, and dealing with biting beasties!

    Posted on 18/07/2018
  • Holiday Tummy prevention

    Holiday time can be wonderful, a time rest and relax, spend time with family and for many an opportunity to see a different part of the world. Travel however, does bring with it some drawbacks, including holiday tummy, insect bites, and coughs and colds which fly around the plane.

    Posted on 04/07/2018
  • The Menopause & Bone Health

    During and after the menopause women are encouraged to look after their bones. This is because oestrogen is intimately involved in the building and protection of healthy bone tissue. Falling oestrogen during the perimenopause and menopause has been directly linked to the development of osteoporosis or brittle bone disease. In this blog, Jenny Logan looks at pre-emptive steps women can take during menopause and perimenopause to try and protect their bones.

    Posted on 20/06/2018
  • Understanding blood sugar balance & insulin resistance

    Type 2 diabetes is a condition which develops most often between the ages of 40 and 50. It is caused by the body becoming resistant to insulin – the substance produced by the pancreas to deal with sugars. Understanding blood sugar balance, and its impact on our weight and health, can be vital in achieving successful weight loss and in trying to prevent the development of type 2 diabetes. Nutritionist Jenny Logan explains more....

    Posted on 14/06/2018
  • Looking after your heart

    The heart is a muscle which keeps the body running – like the engine in a car – if it stops working, then everything fails. Therefore, it is vitally important that we look after it! In this blog, nutritionist Jenny Logan talks about steps we can take to support the health of our heart.

    Posted on 06/06/2018
  • Suggestions to Support Anxiety & Depression

    Mental health is not something to be ashamed of or to hide away from. Our mental health is something we should all be taking more care of: anxiety and depression are two of the biggest killers in our society. It is always important to make sure that people seek professional help when dealing with anxiety or depression, but in this blog nutritionist Jenny Logan discusses additional suggestions for support. #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek

    Posted on 14/05/2018
  • Natural Help for Hayfever

    Wow – what a great Early May Bank Holiday weekend we just had! Loads of time spent outdoors in the sunshine – what could be better? Unless of course you suffer with hay fever – then it may not have been quite so wonderful. As everyone starts mowing their lawn and the trees break out with blossom, the hay fever sufferer finds their eyes starting to become red and swollen, their throat tickling and most often their nose streaming. Nutritionist Jenny Logan discusses some great natural ways to help to reduce hayfever symptoms.

    Posted on 08/05/2018
  • Teen Health: Supporting them through exam time

    So far in her Teen Health series, nutritionist Jenny Logan has explored ways to help support skin health, and the use of B vitamins to try and increase energy and reduce mood swings. In this final blog of the series, she looks at something very relevant to this time of year – supporting your teen through exams!

    Posted on 17/04/2018
  • Teen Health: Supporting low energy & mood swings

    During the teenage years the body is growing and developing, changing all the time. This demands a massive amount of energy. At the same time, we are asking our teens to work hard at school and achieve good grades – it is no wonder that they can turn into tired and possibly moody people! In this blog, nutritionist Jenny Logan explores ways to support those who are struggling with low energy and mood swings.

    Posted on 10/04/2018