All posts by Sarah@Kaido

The Importance of Good Posture

Good posture is essential to the correct alignment of bones, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments and nerves in the body, which ensure that the musculoskeletal system works efficiently together. With more of us now working from home, […]

Mood Boosting Foods

Serotonin is a natural mood stabiliser and 90% of serotonin receptors are located in the gut. The gut and brain are connected so what we eat affects how we feel.  Eating foods that boost mood […]

Energy Boosting Foods

One of the best ways to live a healthy lifestyle and to maintain a healthy weight is to eat a variety of foods that sustain your energy levels throughout the day to reduce cravings and […]

Mindful Exercise

Mindfulness is placing your awareness in the present moment. Our bodies are always in the present moment, it’s just our minds that we need to re-focus. We work at our best when our mind and […]

Time to Talk

1 in 4 people experience Mental Health issues every year. Yet many don’t get the help and support they need as they are too afraid to speak out. Today is ‘Time to Talk day.’ A day […]

Food Swaps

A misconception is that healthy eating is boring, bland, hard, involves salad and the need to be on a diet! However, a healthier lifestyle starts with small manageable changes over time that become part of […]

Metabolism Boosting Foods

Metabolism is the term that describes all chemical reactions in the body. It is best known for the process of burning calories. The higher your metabolism, the more calories you burn, making it easier to […]

Exercise and Heart Health

The tiny human heart is what pumps blood and oxygen around the whole body and keeps us alive, making it our most vital organ.   Have you ever thought about it as a muscle in the […]

It’s the little things

Making changes to your lifestyle does not need to be complex and radical. In fact, it is the small changes that we make that can have the biggest impact on our health, fitness and wellbeing. […]

The Benefits of Physical Exercise

People in the UK are approximately 20% less active now than in the 1960’s.  This could be partly due to technology making our lives a lot easier and most people now drive or take public […]