For years “gluten free” has been a favourite for all health nuts, so much so that it has become somewhat of a controversial joke. Some people say going gluten free is good for you others warn wholeheartedly against it with claims that it can actually damage your health – so who do you believe?
Every morning you probably get up and look in the mirror, do you like what you see or do you spend a few moments staring yourself down, noticing all your flaws and reminding yourself of them? But why? Why is it that when most people catch their reflection they feel that they should take it as an opportunity to only see the bad?
Food. Without it we cannot survive – we all know that, it is an integral part of every single human being’s life – but does that mean it needs to be the central focus of our every day lives?
Surrounding yourself with people who make you happy, support you and love you is a paramount ingredient to a healthy life. It is important to remember that what you put out is exactly what you get back from the world and if you are in a perpetual cycle of negativity you will struggle to find happiness.
In a world where having a “rise-and-grind” attitude is seen as an aspirational mind set and we are expected to always be reachable thanks to mobile internet a lot of us loose sight of a healthy work-life balance. When work related stress accounts for an estimated 10.4 million sick days a year in Britain alone it is imperative that you find a way to even things out to stay healthy.
Mindful might be buzzword de jour but do you know what it means?
So aside from rest, what more is there? Eat, sleep, workout, healthy right? Well lets talk about your screen time.