There’s no denying it, January blues are well and truly upon us. Those dark and dreary nights alongside the sudden drop in temperature might seriously be impacting the way we feel. However, there is evidence to suggest that eating healthily during these times can help us feel more positive, remove that brain fog and helpRead More About Let’s beat the January Blues with these top tips on Food for Mood
Everyone Health recognises and values the contribution that foster carers make to society and especially the lives of children in care. We understand that foster carers who do other work in addition to fostering, need some flexibility in their working arrangements in order to meet the needs of their fostered child. Everyone Health is committedRead More About Everyone Health is now a Fostering Friendly Organisation
How to make Peanut Ladoo Peanut Lado make a great healthy and tasty alternative to the traditional Lado. Recipe: 1 cup or raw peanuts (provide a great source of plant-based source of protein and high in vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats) ¼ cup of Jaggery (is a great source of iron and a perfect naturalRead More About Diwali Recipe
Eugene Gristock, BSc, ANutr First things first, what is a Vegan Diet? A vegan diet is absent from all types of animal products such as meat, eggs and dairy, and consists entirely of plant-based foods including fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts and seeds. This diet is incredibly rich in fibre, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, whilst beingRead More About Potential Nutrient Deficiencies in a Vegan Diet
Join us on Wednesday 22nd September for National Fitness Day! National Fitness Day is your day to try some physical activity. Whether you like a walk in the park or want to sign up to a new yoga class near you. There are lots of things you can do to incorporate physical activity into yourRead More About National Fitness Day
Looking for a new hobby and challenge for the summer holidays? Could wild swimming be for you? Open-water swimming can help improve your mood and sense of wellbeing and is often free. You do need to be a confident swimmer and in reasonable health. As a health trainer, I encourage my clients to create aRead More About Open water swimming – one way to increase mental and physical fitness
So many people, including myself have been inspired to reduce their plastics after watching David Attenborough’s ‘Blue Planet’. The extent of problem can feel overwhelming at times but the global campaign, ‘Plastic Free July’, provides some fantastic resources and tips on how you can do you bit, from pledging to carry a re-useable coffee cup,Read More About How does reducing plastic improve our health?
Come and join us on 24th July @ 11am for our Fun N Free event!Fun N Free is an exclusive event to all families with children aged 5 -19 years old within Hackney Borough. We will be offering exciting sports activities, music, games, musical statues/chairs and a bouncy castle! There will also be a healthyRead More About Fun N Free event – Alive N Kicking Hackney
It took three weeks longer than expected, but the virtual walk along Route 66 was successfully completed. The team had planned to complete the walk, some 2448 miles, during May Healthy walking month, but had fallen short. As May came to an end rather than give up, the team soldiered on and crossed the finishRead More About We did it! Route 66 find success
Tonight, England face off against Germany in the knockout stage of Euro 2020, and it’s been 25 years since Gareth Southgate missed a penalty against the German Team that saw us crash out of the 1996 Euros, so let’s hope that this evening’s game will bring a new ending to that particular story. Conversation todayRead More About England v’s Germany Euro 2020 – How many pints will you sink?