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Fresh, seasonal food not only tastes better

It is more nutritious (and often, cheaper!). In the UK, foods in season in the winter months include Brussel sprouts, green, white and savoy cabbage, leeks, potatoes, cauliflower, carrots, kale, beetroot, celeriac, chicory, fennel, parsnips, Jerusalem artichokes, celery, chestnuts, salsify, swede, turnips, apples and pears. Duck, goose, venison, grouse, cod, mussels, salmon and oysters are […]

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Stress Relief!

Modern-day life is increasingly punctuated with anxiety and stress, which can have a negative impact on an otherwise productive life. Many people find themselves struggling with the effects of stress, which can cause brain fog, anxiety, and depression, making challenging situations even more challenging to cope with. CCHLive offers advice on how to reduce anxiety […]

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Keep an eye on your sugar intake

By limiting the amount of refined and added sugar in your diet. Managing your blood sugar levels will help you avoid binging on those sugary comfort foods we reach out to on dark, cold days and nights in – such as biscuits, cakes and high-calorie coffees. ⠀ […]

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Go for a run

Although winter is a time of rest and restoration, there is a need to create energy to keep warm and lift our spirits. Running is my personal exercise of choice as it ticks all the boxes – it give me a real energy boost, is good for my whole circulatory system as well as building […]

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Keep Active

The cold and dark do not inspire us to exercise, and so for many people hibernation is preferable! My advice is not to push yourself too hard, but to try and keep active. This is a good time to take a physical health check in preparation for spring.⠀ […]

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Make a curry

Keep warm with herbs and spices like garlic, onions, ginger, cinnamon, cumin, and basil – it is a great time to dig out your curry recipes from all over the globe. […]

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Visit a sauna

On chilly days like today, the hot environment will counter the contraction caused by the cold winter air, energise the body, encourage deep cleansing and stimulate the immune system.⠀ […]

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My Skin is a Mess!⠀

Dry skin is common during winter, due to the effects of central heating and harsh weather⠀ Drink plenty of water and top up the good fats in your diet such as oily fish, nuts and seeds⠀ Switch up your skin care regime to products that are richer and more moisturising to compensate. […]

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Prevention is Better Than Cure⠀

Traditional Eastern and African medicine use the way we live (lifestyle protocols) as preventative and healing tools to prevent and treat illness, rather than waiting until the horse has bolted from the cart… […]

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