Browsing articles in "Nutrition"

Working Woman feeling tired all the time?

Jun 18, 2015   //   by Anne Russell   //   Nutrition, Tip of the Week  //  No Comments

Are you thinking how are you going to manage another weary day? Is your energy low?
Are you wondering how to conquer that urge to eat another chocolate bar, and another too sweet desert?
Are you fed up of not sleeping at night, or enough to awaken refreshed?
These issues and yours specifically are what you need to attend to, right now.
Why wait? You know you want to feel better…..01744 612391 or anne@coachingnorthwest.com
The solutions are here…why limit your Life?

Basic good Nutrition

Apr 22, 2015   //   by Anne Russell   //   Blog, Nutrition  //  No Comments

This is the most important building block of well being mentally, physically and emotionally.
So many disregard this vital energy giving need. Like not putting the correct fuel in the car!

6 – 8 glasses water depending on your weight and lifestyle
drink less alcohol/caffeine if any
drink lemon or ginger teas early in the day
use the spices cinnamon and tumeric
don’t allow your diet to become acidic to your system
leave out sugar, especially found in processed foods
eat protein with breakfast
find a qualified Nutritional Therapist to support you in weight gain or loss programme
keep off diets that constrict you
learn about foods that help you to sleep
do not store foods in plastic boxes and bags
and learn from an educated source what nutrients are about!

Brilliant day with Suites Hotel Knowsley promoting their Leisure Centre

Feb 22, 2015   //   by Anne Russell   //   Blog, News, Nutrition  //  No Comments

I was invited to the hotel to give Nutritional Talks and Advice to the participants coming along to the Health and Fitness Day.

It was very well attended, and everyone thoroughly enjoyed the experience of trying various equipment, speaking with the Staff and working hard – with fun!

Delighted at the attentive audience when I spoke about the various components of a good nutritional daily diet and why it is important to really care about what you are choosing to eat. And how eating correctly compliments and makes the best of working out at the gym, swimming and taking exercise classes.

Also I compared various plates of food to give them a visual sample of good/bad food choices, and excellent plates were prepared by the kitchen chef to illustrate the points.

Lots of good and thoughtful questions came along, and we spent twice as long on the subject than timetabled for, which is a great indication of real interest. Very pleasing all round. Hope more of same can be achieved.

Comfort eating can be eradicated with the right foods! You may be short of dopamine and other biochemical imbalances

Jun 4, 2014   //   by Anne Russell   //   Nutrition, Tip of the Week  //  No Comments

Have your diet exmanined and the right foods with a sorting out the source of the issues will result in freedom from comfort eating.

Trans Fats, dangerous stuff!

May 21, 2014   //   by Anne Russell   //   Blog, Nutrition, Tip of the Week  //  No Comments

Are you ingesting Trans Fats? Hydrogenated Oils perhaps?

I have sent out a Newsletter touching enough on this subject to hopefully have you examine your

diet seriously for any signs of….. they really make you suffer in ways you may not expect/know about.

Ask for the Newsletter.

Get back on Track!

Dec 27, 2013   //   by Anne Russell   //   Nutrition, Tip of the Week  //  No Comments

It’s known that if you leave getting on track, or getting back on track too long, it becomes a major issue.

So either resume your healthier or healthy diet asap or learn how to gain one that is just great for you.

Your New Year could be the Nu U Year. Why wait?

Making excuses, this isn’t making sense, you know you haven’t the willpower – then come and find out why.

And how to beat that too.

 

Coping with the Flu? or similar problem?

Dec 5, 2013   //   by Anne Russell   //   Nutrition, Tip of the Week  //  No Comments

Well if the dreaded virus has taken you over here are some good tips to care for yourself and speed recovery:

Rest – very important, be a couch potato and let energy direct to killing infection

Drink – clear decaffeinated drinks and vegetable soups

Teas – make those ginger, lemon and honey to soothe a rough throat

Steam – sit near eucalyptus oil that is dropped into hot water to ease sinus congestion

Humidify – bedroom especially. There are small desk top machines or again, vaporise oil

Heal up – Reflexology at Coaching NorthWest! this is a wonderful Treatment to speed healing and clear mucus

 

Quality sleep – so much needed but especially by children

Oct 2, 2013   //   by Anne Russell   //   Nutrition, Tip of the Week  //  No Comments

… new research from Oxford University tell us what many Nutritional Therapists already will advise:

Omega 3 from food or supplements may be helpful for quality sleep.

If you are unclear which foods you need to digest for this benefit, drop me a line

anne@coachingnorthwest.com

Keep yourself sorted!

Jun 26, 2013   //   by Anne Russell   //   Blog, Life Coaching, Nutrition  //  No Comments

Do chronic situations, emotions, especially suppressed, angst, anger, lead to lifestyles that encourage and then maintain weight issues?

In my experiences as a Nutritional Therapist and Life Coach, Yes, definitely.

Go to my pages and understand that this does not need to be the case.

Care for yourself, treat yourself well: Life is for living joyously – and at the weight you want!

 

TV APPEARANCE!

Jun 19, 2013   //   by Anne Russell   //   Blog, News, Nutrition  //  No Comments

ITV invited Anne to take part in a Tonight Programme, which is aired on a Thursday evening at 7.30pm.

The subject matter is “The Great British Diet” and will be a week long event.

We looked at Breakfast, and the amount of sugar, fat and salt in a typical breakfast, given that the majority of households buy cereals, smoothies, juices, breads for this meal.

A group of Postmen were invited to choose a breakfast, and were interviewed about their choices.

There was some shock when we chatted to them about the contents of the foodstuffs!

It is important that we are aware of the levels of sugar fat and salt we are voluntarily ingesting.

All of these, taken daily at too high amounts will produce real health major problems.

If you are unaware of what these are, are unaware of how much you are taking of really non-nutritious and decidedly unhealthy products, Anne can help sort it out for you.

It’s easy in a busy life to just fall into a regular habit that is going create the most awful symptoms that will develop into serious illness ahead.

Yes, we are all busy people, but if you can understand that we need the RIGHT fuel, ie, the RIGHT foods to keep your precious body and mind functioning smoothly and healthily, then you need to be very aware of what you buying from the supermarkets.

The TV programme experience for me was interesting. The information imparted in there is vital.

You don’t need to wait for the programme to find out what it is that you need to be eating and drinking, what you are really not realising is not at all ok……01744 612391 or anne@coachingnorthwest.com. Let me show the benefits of an excellent British Breakfast! It might even save your Life.

 

 

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