The healthy food pyramid has been a basic food principle for generations, suggesting we consume mostly grains, cereals, bread and pasta, whilst limiting fats and protein. Dairy, cheese and milk also rate highly. However, mounting research suggests the food pyramid should be tipped on its head!
Many people have a love love relationship with coffee. Many agree that there is seductively good about drinking a perfectly brewed cup of coffee. However, our bodies’ don’t share the love affair. Too much coffee can create wired yet exhausted, jittery and anxious, sleep deprived beings.
Tea and coffee are the most popular drinks on earth besides water. Mounting research suggests both popular beverages have health and well-being benefits. However, while both help to keep us awake and rejuvenated, tea and coffee are vastly difference in their makeup and effects on the body.
You are perhaps reading this because you or someone close to you is questioning their coffee reliance and consumption. Statistics and facts from numerous studies regarding caffeine is quite compelling.
Workplace Wellbeing is a popular buzz word at the moment. With longer hours and less staff shouldering bigger workloads, wellness budgets are now popular in corporate Australia. And one of the most popular requests from employees regarding workplace wellness is implementing a corporate massage program.