Is it too soon to talk about #Veganuary ? Definitely not!

Yes I know it’s December and there are still a few days to go before Christmas is upon us. Yes, I know I should probably be talking about Christmas recipes and festive cheer, but I do think it’s worth pointing out that January is less than 2 weeks away. As…

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Make a connection – no one should be lonely #OldPeoplesHome4YO #AgeUK

Wellbeing is all about being connected. Yes we can eat well and move our bodies but without positive, meaningful connections, our health will, and does, suffer. With Christmas on the horizon who will you be connecting with over the next week or two? Have you thought about who might love…

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Could it be time for you to make your new contribution? 

We know that making a contribution is good for our wellbeing, and of course is good for your chosen cause. This year I started volunteering for Fareshare, the amazing charity that tackles food waste and poverty. Food waste is something very close to my heart and every moment there has…

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Four billion plastic bottles…

Marine life is facing “irreparable damage” from the millions of tonnes of plastic waste which ends up in the oceans each year, the United Nations has warned. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-42264788 According to this article, drinks bottles are one the most common types of plastic waste. Some 480bn plastic bottles were sold globally…

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British Dietetic Association launches new Sustainable Diets Policy Statement

It’s great to see the BDA launch of their new Sustainable Diets Policy Statement. The BDA advocates for a reduction of red and processed meat in the UK diet, to be replaced by appropriate plant based proteins such as beans and pulses. Better for the environment, better for the health of the…

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