With restrictions finally lifted and summer on the way, the motivation to diet and exercise is greater now than it ever has been. And with that comes the range of questions associated with exercise; does diet really matter? Can I just exercise and eat what I want? Does my diet really matter when I exercise? […]
Behavioural Science Food for Thought Series
The ‘Carnivore Diet’ has been attributed by many to Shawn Baker, a former American orthopaedic doctor who promotes the diet as the best and only way to eat and live. However, the original idea of the carnivore diet can be traced back to German writer, Bernard Moncriff who authored The Philosophy of the Stomach: Or, An […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused drastic changes in food choices, dietary habits and general health. If the current state of affairs continues this could be detrimental to the health of the population. Behavioural science techniques can be used to create better food habits, and reduce our unhealthy dietary choices. Shifts in shopping choices and eating […]
Our aim for the new year is to be able to educate beyond written articles, and provide this in a range of multimedia channels.
Non-alcoholic drinks are increasingly available. Today’s blog post looks at the shift in behaviour to alternatives, featuring Talonmore.
Craving chocolate can seem totally uncontrollable. This blog posts discusses the truths behind those cravings and how to help them.
Caffeine can affect your behaviour and mental state. This posts talks about withdrawal and ways in which caffeine free living can benefit.
Easy weight gain and difficult weight loss? Today’s blog post is about why gaining weight is so easy, but losing weight seems so difficult.
Is water that important? Today’s blog post is about implementing healthy habits into our lives by increasing our daily water intake.
Today’s blog post is about the astonishing benefits of fasting in Ramadan, and the mind discipline which individuals can achieve.