This article covers ⬇️ Why we sleepThe optimal amount of sleepWhat is sleep hygiene?Insomnia Why do we need sleep? There is a close relationship between sleep and health. Humans spend roughly 1/3 of their life asleep, yet understanding the depth of sleep physiology is something that still has many scientist scratching their heads. What we … Continue reading Sleep Hygiene: Tips for Sleep Success
A delicious and hearty soup inspired by the Rastafarian diet. No need to peel your veg, just give them a good wash and chuck them all in the pan to cook. Tasty food for the mind, body and soul. About Ital Food Believe it or not, Jamaican food doesn’t end at jerk chicken… Ever heard … Continue reading Ital Soup
This colourful dish can be eaten hot or cold, making it great as a Sunday meal prep and lunch box option. It's low fat, high fibre and packed with vitamins and minerals. I've used warm caribbean flavours to spice up this dish; don't be afraid to adjust the seasoning and dressing to make it your … Continue reading Jerk Spiced Squash & Black Bean Quinoa
Talking therapy is to the mind what exercise is to the body. It doesn't need to be something you frantically reach for when things start to go wrong. Ongoing maintenance and engagement with your mental wellbeing can help you thrive in all areas of life. There are many types of therapy. For certain problems and … Continue reading Talking Therapy: A Quick Guide.
Meditation is a wonderful way to start your day right, end it calmly, or anywhere in between. There is a growing wealth of evidence that meditation can have a number of short and long term health benefits such as reduced stress, managing anxiety and improving memory and concentration. The particular type of meditation I have shared … Continue reading Guided Relaxation Meditation