Craving chocolate can seem totally uncontrollable. This blog posts discusses the truths behind those cravings and how to help them.
Tag: Behavioural Science
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.
Todays blog post is about the astonishing benefits of fasting in Ramadan, and the mind discipline which individuals can achieve.
Today’s blog post is a slightly different approach as I am focusing on the particularly interesting topic of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).
Have you ever been in a situation where you impulsively felt like making a purchase. So much so that you feel like your mind had already made that choice without you being consciously aware of it? The most likely reason is because you have been affected by priming.
What if I told you that you need to be able to fail, to be wrong and to start over again in order to succeed. What if you could change your mindset in order to create longevity in your successes using grit.
What is the ‘meat paradox’? How does it related to the evolving switch to veganism? What is the technological driver behind these changes in behaviour?
What is the IGGI™️ Mindful Eating Bowl? Is ‘Calorie Cloaking’ just another fad?