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‘Bene Meals’; a Summer of Italian Flavours and Community Giving

We’re proud to introduce ‘Bene Meals’ – launching today! This new menu highlights our commitment to offering a taste of Italian summers, inspired by ‘cibo povero’; traditional Italian dishes born out of scarcity but rich in flavour and nutrition.  Feel Good Our menu celebrates the Mediterranean diet. It is renowned for its health benefits, ensuring […]

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7 Tips On How to Have a Healthy Bank Holiday

With the weather warming and the excitement for summer starting, Bank Holidays in Britain normally mean two things: booze, and BBQs.  Despite the fun and festivities around Bank Holidays, it can be difficult to navigate the nutritional side of things and make the best choices for yourself through this period. A fine balance between enjoyment […]

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Coffee vs. Nootropics: Which is the Better Morning Boost?

Are you caffeine-sensitive? Considering replacing your morning cup of coffee with nootropics? Or want to know more about what nootropics are? We’ve got you covered! First up… What Are They? Nootropics, often referred to as “smart drugs” or cognitive enhancers, are substances that can improve cognitive function, particularly executive functions, memory, creativity, or motivation, in […]

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Fresh Fitness Food: Promoting Employee Wellbeing for a Healthier, Happier Team

Fresh Fitness Food’s employees take 64% fewer sick days per year than the UK average. So how did we achieve this? What is Team Fit all about? We believe in the power of movement – and good nutrition. Over the last two years, FFF has paid its employees a cash bonus every quarter, for anyone […]

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Do you really need to walk 10,000 steps a day?

The common goal of walking 10,000 steps a day is often touted as a benchmark for daily activity, but is this number magical when it comes to improving your health? The short answer is no, but let’s delve deeper into why any form of movement is beneficial and how you can adapt this guideline to […]

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Elevating Performance and Health: The Significance of VO2 Max in Everyday Life

VO2 Max, or maximal oxygen consumption, isn’t just a physiological measurement; it’s a gateway to unlocking your full health, fitness, and performance potential. This critical metric reflects our body’s ability to utilise oxygen during intense exercise, making it a key indicator of cardiovascular fitness and endurance. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the significance […]

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Stress Awareness Month – Claire’s 3 Stress Relieving Tips

National Stress Awareness Month is observed in April to raise awareness of the harmful effects of stress. One of the most important aspects of a healthy lifestyle is stress management. It’s important to understand the signs of stress and anxiety, develop resilience and know when to seek support and prioritise effective stress management techniques to […]

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5 Common Fat Loss Challenges

Making dietary and lifestyle changes goes arm in arm with your fat loss goal. At times, however, it is not uncommon for there to be some challenges with it. We’ve rounded up a few common challenges, along with some tips on how to approach and hopefully overcome them! 1. You may have set yourself unrealistic […]

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6 Easy Microchanges For 2024

January offers a blank canvas of possibilities for those eager to put in the work on their health and fitness goals or work towards building some new habits. If you don’t fall into this category just yet, that’s completely fine – it’s never too late to get cracking. If you’re still settling back into your […]

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How To Avoid Being A Quitter This Quitters Day!

Each year, the second Friday of January marks ‘Quitters Day‘. It is noted for the substantial number of people who call it quits on their New Year’s resolutions. Last January, Duolingo surveyed 2000 adults who pinpointed 10th January (the second Friday of the year) as the day that 32% of them broke their pledges to […]

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