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Five top tips to help you sleep when the clocks go back
It’s that time of year again - as we all turn the clocks back one hour and welcome the shorter, darker days of winter, it means a sudden shift in daylight exposure, something which is essential for our internal body clock to maintain a 24-hour rhy...Read more
How can nutrition impact sleep?
By Rhiannon Lambert, Registered Nutritionist We all know that a bad night’s sleep can make us feel less than our best, from decreasing our mood, reducing our concentration and making us feel less alert.1 There is no doubt that insufficient sleep c...Read more
Eight foods that may help you sleep better
By Rhiannon Lambert, Registered Nutritionist Did you know that more than a quarter of Britons experience poor quality sleep on a regular basis? In fact, data suggests we are sleeping less each year.1 Consequently, more so than ever before it is q...Read more
Banana & Walnut Muffins
These banana nut muffins are full of yummy walnuts which are a good source of tryptophan, the amino acid that helps make serotonin and melatonin and may support you with getting a better night’s sleep. The muffins also have plenty of magnesium in ...Read more
Cherry & Cacao Porridge
Some studies have shown that consumption of cherry juice has led to sleep benefits. Cherries contain a variety of nutrients, including Vitamin C, which is essential for maintaining our immune system. In this recipe, they are cooked in to a lovely ...Read more
Eggs and fish are both sources of tryptophan that can help the body to produce more serotonin, which plays a key role in our sleep cycle. This kedgeree is a British classic full of fish, gooey eggs and curry spice. For an extra tryptophan boost, s...Read more