Are you feeling a bit bleurgh after overindulging this weekend? Don’t feel guilty about the chocolate you may have enjoyed , we all know in the current situation (when we are away from family and friends) that a bit of chocolate or glass of wine may be the only small comfort we have. Read on for some ways to include more NEAT movement in your day and get that pep back in your step.
There won’t be as many liquid lunches and crazy parties this year but Covid or no Covid Christmas is still going to be a time where we may overindulge. Find out how to make sure your liver is still talking to you come January.
Are you full of good intentions to avoid chocolate, crisps, jellies or whatever your particular downfall is but still find yourself unable to fight off cravings? In many cases this is not simply mind over matter. Our bodies send us messages to eat these foods in a number of circumstances. Being aware of why we get cravings can be a big help in preventing them.
Acne is a condition whereby the pores of the hair follicles are blocked and fill up with sebaceous fluids. These may then become infected with bacteria and form pustules, spots and cysts. If these are left to grow they may leave scarring and damage to the skin. In addition to this, acne can cause sufferers to experience poor body image and low self esteem.
Just say the word ‘barmbrack’ and images of Halloween come to mind. Traditionally it contained various objects baked into the bread and whatever you fished out revealed your fate – married or spinster, poor or rich! There are no coins or rings in this version but feel free to add your own. Just be mindful of the potential choking hazard!