5 Top Tips to staying hydrated during Nutrition and Hydration Week #NHWeek

Staying hydrated, drinking plenty of fluids is important for both your physical and mental health. You will feel tired, unfocused, and even falsely hungry if you become dehydrated. The human body is made up of nearly 2/3rds water, so during Nutrition and Hydration week here are five top tips to help you stay hydrated. Add

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Let’s beat the January Blues with these top tips on Food for Mood

There’s no denying it, January blues are well and truly upon us. Those dark and dreary nights alongside the sudden drop in temperature might seriously be impacting the way we feel. However, there is evidence to suggest that eating healthily during these times can help us feel more positive, remove that brain fog and help

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Tempo Time Credits

We are proud to partner with Tempo Time Credits in supporting the fantastic and essential work of volunteers. They’re trusted by over 750 recognition partners, who accept Tempo Time Credits to enable volunteering at this scale to continue. To empower the community to support volunteers through 2021 and beyond, they’ve recently adapted their work so

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Everyone Health is now a Fostering Friendly Organisation

Everyone Health, the company that operates the Healthy You service, recognises and values the contribution that foster carers make to society and especially the lives of children in care. We understand that foster carers who do other work in addition to fostering, need some flexibility in their working arrangements in order to meet the needs

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Type 2 Diabetes Diet and Lifestyle Management

Type 2 diabetes (T2D) is an expanding global health problem, closely linked to the epidemic of obesity. Historically speaking, diabetes is mentioned in Egyptian texts (1500 BC) way back in antiquity, describing the condition as ‘passing too much urine’. During the same period, Hindu medical texts discussed madhumeha or ‘honey urine’. By 250 BC the

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