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BRAIN FOOD TIP OF THE DAY

Posted April 14th 2014, by Psychologies

Today’s tip is by #BrainFood Personal Trainer Dan Roberts “Don’t like exercising on your own? Get a training buddy, utilise peer pressure and be each other’s support. Exercising with friends makes you more accountable; you are much less likely to cancel a session when you know someone is waiting on you at the gym or in the […]

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How to motivate yourself to exercise

Posted April 11th 2014, by Catherine Turner

Why is the call of the couch stronger than the lure of putting on trainers? Catherine Turner searches for a mindset that will help us integrate exercise into our lives for good

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BRAIN FOOD TIP OF THE DAY

Posted March 31st 2014, by Psychologies

Today’s tip is by Brain Food Psychologist Elaine Slater ”Be mindful of sleep hygiene. Make sure your bedroom is quiet, comfortable, ventilated and dark. This will stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system, helping you to maintain your blood pressure and restore energy”. Keep checking the website for exercise and nutrition news, tips, and reviews -

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Psycle

Posted March 31st 2014, by Perdita Nouril

The cycling craze that has got us in a spin

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Brain Food Column: month one

Posted March 24th 2014, by Amerley Ollennu

Scaling down my emotions

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BRAIN FOOD TIP OF THE DAY

Posted March 24th 2014, by Psychologies

Today’s tip is by #BrainFood Nutritionist Yvonne Mcmeel ”You don’t have to ditch sugar entirely in order to eat healthily“. In this month’s brain food column she teaches Amerley Ollennu how to balance her blood sugar levels. Here’s a three day food plan so you can learn too. Day one: Breakfast 50g of porridge oats made up with milk (of […]

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