Coping with work stress
energy into. It can also be really helpful to keep your emails as brief as possible. With the amount of communication received in the modern world, this will save you so much time. minutes and focus on your breathing. Place a folded towel under your back or bottom for support if you like. Take 10 minutes to fully relax into this pose, it’s especially restorative with some soothing music. food, I don’t believe the conversation should necessarily revolve around whether something is ‘‘healthy’’ for us or not, it should be whether that food offers us nutrition or not.
As awareness is growing around the impact of refined sugar on our health, more and more people are transitioning into raw, vegan or less refined sugar, sweet options.
As a result, there has been huge growth in raw, sweet recipes, as they tend to use more Email your questions for Dr Libby to email@example.com. Please note, only a selection of questions can be answered.
nourishing sweeteners such as dates or maple syrup. I think the emerging popularity of these desserts have a huge cross-over with this growing awareness of the impact of refined sugar and a movement towards eating more real foods.
As many people love sweet food it’s a great way to remind people that eating more real food isn’t just about salads and green smoothies and that you actually don’t have to go without your favourite foods. However, as with anything you can overdo it. Maple syrup, dates and other natural sweeteners often used in these raw desserts still contain sugars, so these recipes are still best used in moderation. They are simply more nutrient-dense options.
Keep your emails short and only check them twice a day - this will free up time for you to get on with work.