All posts by Sarah@Kaido

Staying well this winter

The cold and flu season is unfortunately upon us! The common cold and seasonal flu are caused by viruses and as most of us know, flu symptoms are usually more serious than the sneezing and […]

Healthy 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 […]

Stress Reduction

Stress is a state of emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or demanding circumstances. The body reacts to these changes with physical, mental and emotional responses. Feelings of stress are normally triggered by the […]

Let’s Walk!

“Walking is a man’s best medicine”, said Hippocrates over 2,000 years ago. Growing scientific evidence is proving this to be true. A study carried out at the University of Cambridge found that after researching 334,000 […]

How to improve your sleep

Sleep is essential. Whilst you sleep, the body starts to work, recovering from the day’s activities, healing damaged cells, recharging your heart and cardiovascular system and boosting your immune system. Sleep is therefore just as important […]

Why should I eat breakfast everyday?

Breakfast literally means ‘break’ the ‘fast’. It is known as ‘the most important meal of the day’. The saying “Eat breakfast like a King, lunch like a Prince and dinner like a Pauper” has been around […]

Meat quality. Does it matter?

With the ever-growing requirement for quick and easy food options that are cost effective, what are the differences between different varieties of chicken breast and why do they vary so much in price? “Is it […]

Why should I drink more water?

On average, over 60% of the body is made up of water. It is vital that we drink enough water to maintain the body’s fluid balance which helps transport nutrients around the body, regulate body temperature, […]

Why are Dietary Fats important?

Dietary fats refer to a group of fatty acids that vary significantly in their structure and nutritional properties, as well as their roles and responses in the body. All fats provide 9kcal per gram, in […]