Practicing Self-Care Like a Pro: Amelia Phillips shares her tips
Self-care is a topic that can mean a lot of things to a lot of people. We have asked exercise scientist, nutritionist and mother of four, Amelia Phillips what self-care means for her and what tips she can share for an effective self-care routine.
The Role of Biomarkers In Weight Management
Biomarkers can indicate various aspects of our health and wellbeing. We asked our Senior Research Scientist Dr Elizabeth Fletcher, what biomarkers actually are and what role they can play when we are trying to manage our weight.
Equity In Women's Health
Wednesday, the 8th of March 2023, is a day to celebrate all women worldwide. International Women's day has been celebrated since 1910 and continues to be commemorated yearly to create a world free of bias, stereotypes and discrimination. Each year there is a different theme spotlighted to spread awareness on the areas women still struggle with in today's world.
The Inside Out Approach To Weight Management Q&A
During our recent live event The Inside Out Approach To Weight Management we received a number of questions that we ran out of time to answer. We reached out to Amelia Phillips to respond to the questions from our audience.
Let's talk About Obesity
Maintaining a healthy weight through a balanced diet and regular exercise can help reduce the risk of various health problems, both physical and mental. It is essential to make healthy lifestyle choices and seek support from healthcare professionals if needed. World Obesity Day serves as a reminder to make the necessary lifestyle changes towards healthier living, for ourselves and for future generations.
How Much Protein Is Enough For You?
Protein is crucial for your muscles, skin, enzymes and hormones, it plays an essential role in all body tissues. Not only is protein essential for your health, but it’s also the most filling macronutrient. Consuming it can keep you feeling full and satisfied, which supports a healthy body weight. This means that because you are feeling full for longer you are less likely to experience cravings and be reaching for sugary ‘quick energy’ snacks throughout the day. Experts argue that we need more protein than our RDA's tell us.