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Plate of colourful salad

Eat the rainbow

Eating a rainbow of colours doesn’t mean stuffing your face with M&Ms or Haribos… we’re talking veg and fruit here, of course. Not only is it proven to be beneficial to eat plenty of fruit and vegetables, brighten up your diet with the different colours of the rainbow and you’ll most certainly brighten up your health…

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Weight loss and dieting programme under the guidance of a weight loss coach/mentor

Rewire your brain to lose weight for keeps

Determined to get slimmer after a summer of indulgence? Set yourself a weight target by the end of the year? For ever trying to lose weight but it never stays off? Find the whole weight loss thing just too depressing – it’s simply too damned difficult? Are you craving to have a more positive attitude…

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Good intentions NOT to make in September

September is a time when it’s great to review and refocus. Weather cooling down, nights drawing in, kids back to school. It’s a bit like a New Year – but without all the tinsel and palaver. Yes, it’s the ideal point in the calendar for setting yourself a target to get losing weight, but hold it…

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Juicing

September: time for setting new intentions

Too much ice cream over summer? Too much rosé? Too many BBQs? Feeling sluggish in your energy, your mind, your bowels and your skin? September’s the perfect time to put some good intentions into practice to set you up for autumn and winter Refocus, rebalance and restore vitality The Hub’s naturopathic nutritionist Rhi Hepple gives you five simple…

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Himalayan pink salt is rich in nutrients

15 healthier food swaps

Our naturopathic nutritionist Rhi Hepple gives her top simples swaps that will make a big difference to your diet. Here’s your starter for 15 to add more nutrients to your food for autumn… no elaborate preparations or recipes, just a few no-fuss changes to your shopping list! Swap white pasta for wheat-free pasta, rice pasta,…

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Christmas food

Our Christmas survival guide!

The Hub’s naturopathic nutritionist Rhi Hepple offers six nutritional tips to help you get through the indulgence of Christmas, from supplements to take to counteract a rich diet, to taking care of your detox organs, to suggestions for a little something to ease the system the morning after the night before… 1. Morning after the night before juice Fuzzy…

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maca energy balls in a bowl

Maca energy balls to give yourself a boost

These delicious crunchy cacao and maca energy balls that Rhi Hepple, our naturopathic nutritionist, made for Hannah’s yoga retreat last weekend went down a treat with the yogis. So we persuaded her to share the recipe. The energy balls contain maca root powder which is a wonderful adaptogenic tonic that supports our adrenals and is…

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food for anxiety

Eat your way out of anxiety

Meditate, do relaxation and breathing techniques, practise mindfulness, come to The Hub’s yoga classes… These are all excellent ways to help if you suffer from anxiety and nervousness. However, what you may not realise is that you could well be aggravating your anxiety with the food you eat. Not for nothing do we have expressions…

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vitamins and minerals in fruit and veg

Do we need to take food supplements?

We often hear people saying they eat a healthy diet so why on earth would they need to take food supplements? Well, here’s the reason: the fruit and veg we eat today delivers a fraction of the nutrients of the stuff our grandparents ate. You’d have to eat eight oranges nowadays to derive the same…

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detox

Nourishing your vitality for spring

With spring edging its way in, it’s time to plant the seeds ready to bloom this summer with a cleansing detox. Our naturopathic nutritionist Rhi Hepple shares her tips to restore your natural vitality After what feels like the longest and coldest winter we’ve had for a while we are definitely ready to embrace spring,…

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