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Newsletter Resources – Wellness

By Amanda Furness | 17 November 2014

Here are links to the resources featured in the November/December 2014 edition of our newsletter “In Equilibrium”, the theme for which was wellness.

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A Balanced Diet

By Jan Lawrence | 16 August 2012

Some important points about a balanced diet: Water The human body is two-thirds water.  Water is an essential nutrient that is involved in every function of the body.  Water is necessary to help our blood carry nutrients and waste around the body and to help the chemical reactions that occur in our cells.  It is…

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Do you want to increase your energy at work?

By Jan Lawrence | 21 October 2010

Energy versus time
The relationship between time and energy is a funny one – have you ever been totally focused on something and so productive that you have achieved a lot in a very short space of time?

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Do you have any tips to help me feel more energetic first thing?

By Jan Lawrence | 08 February 2010

“Do you have any tips which would help me get out of bed on the first alarm in the morning, rather than stealing another ten minutes in the warm, which is enough to throw my morning routine out of kilter?”

In Equilibrium Consultant, Dr David Mason Brown, provides some practical suggestions to a scenario many of us will recognise.

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Avoid the Sugar Blues

By Jan Lawrence | 11 November 2009

If you find you are regularly tired and lethargic in the afternoons it may have something to do with your eating habits. If you are taking too much sugar through sweets and sugary drinks you may be spiking your blood sugar levels and suffering the ‘sugar blues’. This gives you periods of extra energy followed…

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