Staying Strong

By Kamaldeep | April 11, 2018

Everyone knows that exercise is good for them. Yet we don’t do enough. Our ancestors used to walk and run for miles. We’re well built for doing physical mileage. In the Western world, we tend to do a lot of sitting. We sit in our car to go to work. We sit at the desk…

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Preventing Type 2 Diabetes

By Kamaldeep | October 23, 2017

In 2014, a study published in BMJ Open stated that a third of adults in the UK have prediabetes. Prediabetes, also called impaired glucose tolerance is the stage at which you can make some simple changes in your life in order to prevent the onset of Type 2 Diabetes. A person may be told they…

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Lavender for anxiety and sleep disorders

By Kamaldeep | October 8, 2017

Lavandula angustifolia – or Lavender is a member of the mint family. We see it growing in borders around Britain and being used to scent everything from candles to soap to lotions. It has many culinary and cosmetic uses, but research continues to demonstrate its medicinal properties for potential use in mental health issues.  …

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Regenerating the Brain

By Kamaldeep | October 4, 2017

Do you ever wish you had those brain cells back that you had at university? Do you worry that as you get older, your brain health keeps declining? Well, the latest research is suggesting that we can still improve our brain health, and that anyone can start repairing it today. It was always thought that…

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5 simple tips for better mental health

By Kamaldeep | September 29, 2017

On a scale of 1-10, how well would you say you manage your mental health, where ‘0’ is not very well at all, and ’10’ is really well? In the past, mental health issues were seen as being due to some genetic or biochemical imbalance. Modern research in psychiatric medicine however, is finding that mental…

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