So what do we do when we want a treat, but a piece of fruit just isn't going to do the trick? Finding healthier alternatives to your favourite snacks can help you to indulge in your evening treat, without the high fat and calorie contents!
It's possible to eat healthy foods, even with a jam-packed schedule and through the holidays. It just requires a little bit of pre-planning to ensure success. You'll feel better, have more energy, and your waistline will thank you too.
Hayley Gait-Golding was working as a personal trainer when she noticed a gaping hole in the healthfood sector. "All of my
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While many of us try to eat healthily throughout the day, mindless snacking, hunger pangs and access to vending machines can really set our healthy resolutions back and contribute to loss of energy, weight gain, and moodiness. Even more so when we sit all day at the office, typing away on the computer, not moving around much.
Nearly half of the UK's adult workforce are more stressed than 12 months ago and according to a study released today a third are unable to go a whole day without turning to a sugary snack for relief.
Boredom, stress and the 4 o’clock chocolate run conspire to make work a notoriously challenging environment for sticking