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Ali Bastian’s Wellness Diary

Actress and yogi Ali visits Senspa in Cary’s Manor The Japanese term ‘shinrin-yoku’ literally translates as ‘forest bathing’, or a relaxing visit to the forest. In Japan it has become a recognised stress management activity, and if there’s one thing we happen to be blessed with in the UK, it’s beautiful woodland. One of the […]

Tis the season to seek meaning

With Christmas just around the corner, world renowned yogi, nutrition expert and meditation coach Adam Mahmoud reminds us how to take the very best from the season of goodwill As we approach the end of 2016, life seems to be moving faster than ever. We are working longer and harder to meet the demands of […]

Mindful Meditation

More and more people are practicing mindfulness in one way or another, proving that far from being just another buzzword it’s here to stay. The Little Pocket Book of Meditation explains how to get started.   ON THE MOVE Wherever you happen to live, exploring the places we know and love can be an interesting […]

Feeding your body to heal your mind

Deepak Chopra, pioneer of mind and body medicine, and US nutritionist Kimberly Snyder explain how the six pillars of healthy living have the power to balance, heal and transform. Deepak Chopra is the author of more than 80 books, which have been translated in over 43 languages, including 22 New York Times bestsellers. As well […]

Beating Diabetes by Dr Sarah Myhill

A new book by Dr Sarah Myhill examines the harmful effects of sugar on the modern diet For decades, dietary advice for diabetics has concentrated on alleviating immediate symptoms rather than addressing the underlying disease mechanisms. This has led to a culture of managed decline for diabetics, resulting in multiple illness complications and an early […]

Crack Your Lady Code by Lisa Lister

Lisa Lister believes a woman’s menstrual cycle has the power to reveal superpowers that can be used to enhance relationships, build businesses, improve our sex lives and get the most from every month It’s not uncommon for many women to have days when they feel on top of the world, days when they could do […]

Feel-Good Food By Kirsten Hartvig

Acclaimed nutritionist Kirsten Hartvig says berries and spices have the power to heal and improve our wellbeing You are what you eat is a saying that has been with us for centuries, and so it makes absolute sense that eating naturally and seeking goodness from simple, unprocessed foodstuffs is the right way to ensure our […]

Rita Ora leads success at Migrant Woman event by The Best You

  Beauty, diversity and inspiration in abundance, with singer Rita Ora winning the Award for Renowned Female Achiever, The Best You reports from the Migrant Woman Conference and Awards 2016 More than 250 women and men filled the Millennium Gloucester Hotel for the second annual Migrant Woman Conference and Awards in late May. The one-day […]

Zen & The Art of Smiling by Garry Jones

Garry Jones explains that the simple act of smiling can make an enormous difference to your wellbeing   My all-consuming passion for martial arts complements my work in mind coaching. They are intertwined in one particular way. The Zen quest of discovering the mind and body relationship. I relish the application of hypnosis and neuro-linguistic […]

Professionally Speaking by Susan Armstrong

Susan Armstrong shares shares her five tips for a powerful presentation   You cannot not communicate. Did you know that? And all communication is influence. Therefore, you cannot not influence. Like it or not, every day, all day you are influencing people as to what to think about you. Do they like you? Trust you? Find […]

The No-Nonsense Approach To Happiness And Success by Ailsa Frank

Experienced hypnotherapist and author Ailsa Frank shares five top tips from her book Cut the Crap and Feel Amazing to help you move ahead in life Early on in my book I stress the importance of taking control of your mind at every moment of your day so you can make amazing things happen. Even […]

Change your habits, change your life by Susanna Halonen

Finding it tricky to stick with your self-improvement plans? Susanna Halonen has a strategy to get you on track I used to think happiness and success were driven by the goals I set. If I set the right goals and worked hard on achieving them, I would be happy and successful. I tried this approach […]

Mind and Matter – Sandy Newbigging by Bernardo Moya

Sandy C Newbigging is the creator and award-winning trainer of Mind Calm Meditation and the Mind Detox Method, the author of more then ten best-selling books and numerous television shows. Here, he tells Bernardo Moya how he became an international meditation coach, and how the technique changed his life   It’s always refreshing to meet […]

Understanding stress by Benjamin Bonetti

Benjamin Bonetti explains what stress is – and how understanding it can help us to achieve the unachievable   Stress for me is encountered when the boundaries within a certain area are being stressed. Just as the fibres on a rope become stressed when tension is applied, the same happens within our thinking and physiology. […]

Take the January Juice Challenge by Jason Vale

Jason Vale has a plan to set us up for a healthy new year… and beyond!   Amidst a time of good cheer, festivities and plenty of food and drink, January can seem extremely far away… yet we fail to remember that the time really does fly in a haze of overindulgence. In this case, […]

Transformation in the air by Ali Bastian

Ali Bastian and her brother experience tranquility, relaxation and yoga on the Gili Islands   The phone rang a few weeks back, it was my little brother Nick. I say little, in my head he still is 6 years old and I can definitely beat him at a BMX race. He is in fact 29 and despite my […]

Beat the winter blues by Jason Vale

Juice master Jason Vale has the perfect recipes to stay healthy all season long   With the chill of winter in the air there’s no better way to warm up than with tasty low HI (Human Intervention) soup or a beautiful, freshly extracted healthy juice with a kick. I recommend getting more nutrition in over […]

Still calm by Sandy Newbigging

With a celebrity client list and five best-selling books, Sandy Newbigging is on a mission to teach us to meditate to heal our bodies Freshly returned from a trip to Geneva, Sandy Newbigging’s feet are briefly touching the ground as the book tour for his latest title, Body Calm, gets underway. Alongside the highly anticipated […]

The good life by Shea Vaughn

Wellness and fitness expert Shea Vaughn reminds us that what we eat plays an essential part in our health Treating ourselves well is one of the keys to being well. It begins by feeding our bodies the right kinds of food. The first step is to be a good student of what is on the […]

The 5:2 juice plan by Jason Vale

Juice master Jason Vale is back with a new book that takes the 5:2 diet into a new, highly effective health plan     The practicalities of the 5:2 Juice Diet are ridiculously simple, but the effects it can have on your mental and physical health are extraordinary, especially given its simplicity. This isn’t just […]

Colour me beautiful by Mike Dooley

With the release of his Notes from the Universe Colouring Book, Mike Dooley is inspiring us once again to make our dreams a reality   Once upon a time, Mike Dooley advised on tax for a living for PricewaterhouseCoopers, and when time came for him to spring from the corporate nest, he did the logical […]

20 Joyful Quotes To Lift Your Heart by Bernardo Moya

Here are 20 powerful quotes all about joy and the life we lead. I hope you get as much out of them as I do!     1. Power of friendship “I cannot even imagine where I would be today were it not for that handful of friends who have given me a heart full of joy. […]

12 quotes all about you feeling good by Bernardo Moya

I’ve been researching and studying what different stars think about feeling good. Here’s what Jason Statham, Julia Sawalha, Alanis Morisette and 9 others think about feeling good! I hope they make you feel good too…   1. Jason Statham “Looking good and feeling good go hand in hand. If you have a healthy lifestyle, your diet and nutrition […]

7 Quotes to feel fantastic for ­from Richard Bandler

Dr Richard Bandler’s unique approach to thinking and life has made a massive mark on modernday life. Here are some of his deeply inspiring quotes, to give you a whole new way of encountering the world.   1) Do you want to know a good way to fall in love? Just associate with all your pleasant experiences with […]

7 film quotes to inspire and motivate by The Best You

  Films can be great uplifters and inspirers. Here are 7 super quotes to help you stay on to the end. 1. Optimism – The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. “Everything will be alright in the end so if it is not alright it is not the end.” A great saying. Remember, you might think things haven’t […]

22 of the wisest pieces of advice spoken by Deepak Chopra

These 22 quotes from Deepak Chopra are wonderful, philosophical and inspirational ways to consider life and the universe. We hope you’ll enjoy these wise sayings ­ and they are useful to you! 1. Mind / Body / Reality Our minds influence the key activity of the brain, which then influences everything; perception, cognition, thoughts and feelings, personal relationships; […]

7 ways to feel fabulous about you

1) Accept yourself for who you are. We all imagine everyone else is having a better life. That might be true on the surface, but everyone has insecurities and doubts. If you’re going to compare yourself with others, you’ll never get the chance to find out what’s great about you. So accept yourself. It’s the first step to […]

7 Inspirational Einstein quotes he never actually said – but should have!

All over the net, you’ll find quotes attributed to the genius of physics, Albert Einstein. Here are 8 that he never said, but have such a fabulous grain of truth in them that we just wish he had. 1. INSANITY “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.” This […]

15 inspirational quotes from 15 great inspirers

1. Fatherhood Being a father has been, without a doubt, my greatest source of achievement, pride and inspiration. Fatherhood has taught me about unconditional love, reinforced the importance of giving back and taught me how to be a better person. – Naveen Jain 2. Hard Work Inspiration is one thing and you can’t control it, […]

Just juice by Jason Vale

We are delighted to announce that best-selling health and nutrition author Jason Vale, aka the Juice Master, is set to speak at The Best You Exhibition. In the first of a series of articles, he shares his recipe of the month     Hot ‘n’ Reddy:     Ingredients: 1 raw beetroot 1/4 pink grapefruit […]

Teen Spirit by The Self-Esteem Team, Grace Barrett

How do I know if I’m healthy? What’s it like to take drugs? Is everyone having sex? Being a teen can be a bewildering journey of self-discovery, but the Self-Esteem Team helps young adults tackle the tough stuff. Daska Davis chats with member Grace Barrett about the team’s new Zoella-endorsed book   Navigating the teen […]

How to boost your sex drive naturally by Dr Pam Spurr

If you sometimes feel that your sex life is not what you’d like it to be, you’re not alone, says Dr Pam Spurr   A recent survey found that many women are lacking the sex drive they desire. In fact, eight in every ten women admit that they have experienced a loss or lack of […]

The running man by Gary Hawke

Whether you are visiting London or looking for a new way to get to the office, Gary Hawke wants you to enjoy an early morning run with a difference     6.30am, Central London. As the capital begins to awaken, a small band of runners, led by licensed Run England group leader Gary Hawke, is […]

You can lose it! by Ali Campbell

NLP practitioner Ali Campbell has the answer to successful weight loss – and it is within you to achieve If you could bottle the ‘secret’ to easy, effective weight loss you could sell that bottle for a LOT of money. The bad news is that no such bottle exists, the good news is that you don’t […]

10 Ways To Eat Healthily On A Budget by Mel Wakeman

New Year, and with Christmas bills biting it can be tricky to eat well if you’re watching the pennies. Mel Wakeman has some tips to keep both you and your budget healthy With the worry of rising interest rates, travel costs and household bills, many of us don’t have a lot leftover to live on […]

Healthy Weight Loss by Rhiannon Lambert

New Year, new you? But hang on, is January the right time to be losing weight? Rhiannon Lambert advises  Fear not, you don’t need to set yourself up for the relentless failure of the New Year’s diet plans that we are ‘supposed’ to follow. The answer is simple; change our lifestyle for the better and […]

Superhero – supplements by Nermin Ali

Confused by the rows of supplements on offer? Nermin Ali of Supplicity offers a guide to what to take  When it comes to diet, most of us have to be realistic: we live in modern times, which meanxs much of the food that we consume doesn’t necessarily contain the nutrients that our body requires to […]

The truth behind five-a-day by Zoë Harcombe

  Five-a-day is the best-known health message in 25 countries and 3 continents. Zoë Harcombe looks at the origin, evidence, and nutritional facts. They may surprise you.   Ask the next person who tells you to eat five-a-day where this slogan comes from. Odds are, they won’t know.   Five-a-day was invented by the American […]

Afternoon Delight

  It’s 4pm, you’ve got an inbox that’s bursting at the seams, a to-do list longer than your morning commute, but all you want to do is devour an entire packet of biscuits. Independent nutritional expert Naomi Beinart helps explain this 4pm food phenomenon and offer us some healthy snack solutions.   Overwhelming food cravings […]

Smoke Without Fire? by Richard Russell

It wasn’t that long ago that doctors were actually prescribing cigarettes. The health sector has done a total 180, but that doesn’t stop people from being addicted to nicotine. Many smokers trying to kick the habit need to replace cigarettes with something, but are they just replacing one evil with another? Richard Russell investigates.   […]

3 Supposedly Healthy Snacks Your Teeth Actually Hate by Henry Clover

Think back to the last snack that you ate – did you choose it for its low fat content, nutritional value, or just because you fancied it? Chances are, you probably didn’t think about your teeth. Henry Clover from Denplan says it’s time that changed. In a national survey conducted by YouGov on behalf of […]

Sweet talk

  Not only is there hidden sugar in pretty much everything we eat, but the sugar levels of these products are constantly on the rise. The Best You has put together some key facts and figures to really drive home what an important issue this is.   The British are now the fattest people in […]

Get back on track by James Haskell

  In the New Year we have grand diet plans and exercise regimes. But by this time of the year, many of us have started to slip up – skipping gym and indulging in a few too many cupcakes at office birthday celebrations. BodyFire’s founder and professional rugby player James Haskell shares his top tips […]

War on Sugar by Bernardo Moya

  It seems like all the food and drinks we buy these days has hidden sugar in it. Even foods and drinks we think of as healthy. Sugar leads to type 2 diabetes and obesity, so our editor, Bernaro Moya, teamed up with Channel 4 Dispatches to investigate.   Sugar is on everybody’s lips – […]

New Year, New You with the Anti-Ageing Queen by Rita Rakus

  For many of us, 1 January marks a new beginning. It’s a great time to re-evaluate and make positive changes. But Rita Rakus says just because another year has passed, it doesn’t mean that you have to look a year older.   Non-surgical treatments are of the most in-demand at the moment, achieving impressive […]

Get the ball rolling in 2014 by T. Harv Eker

  New Year’s resolutions can be intimidating – cramming a whole year’s worth of goals into one little list on your smartphone. T. Harv Eker gives us some advice to prevent 2014’s resolutions from being unfulfilled.   After the initial enthusiasm over New Year’s resolutions for 2014 dwindles, keeping motivated, committed and moving toward accomplishing […]

The joy of giving by Bernice Bowmaker-Falconer

  Some say it’s the most wonderful time of the year. People like receiving, but they like giving too. Bernice Bowmaker-Falconer, serial charity giver and all round do-gooder, tells us the benefits of giving around this time of the year.   Shopping is terrifying for me. Shopping malls intimidate me: I never find what I […]

Get your colours done by Samantha Bell

Just because you pig out at Christmas doesn’t mean you have to look like a whale in your New Year’s Eve outfit. Samantha Bell of Pixie Belle tells you how to drop a dress size in 30 minutes, just by wearing different colours.   While I am, of course, an advocate of living a healthy […]

Take it like a man by Rita Rakus

  With over 20 years of experience specialising in non-invasive cosmetic solutions and dubbed by the media as ‘The London Lip Queen’, Dr Rakus shares her thoughts on the increase in men turning to non-invasive treatments to turn back the clock…   I have definitely noticed a higher percentage of men visiting my clinic in […]

Could you be at risk of Type 2 diabetes? by Libby Dowling

There are 3.8 million people in the UK with diabetes, the vast majority with Type 2, and by 2025 there are projected to be 5 million people in the UK with the condition. Libby Dowling, a clinical advisor from Diabetes UK, explains how you can reduce your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. Left undiagnosed […]

Not under the knife by Dr Rita Rakus

With over 20 years of experience specialising in non-invasive cosmetic solutions and dubbed by the media as ‘The London Lip Queen’, it’s no wonder Dr Rita Rakus has attracted a following of celebrities to her Knightsbridge clinic. Here Dr Rakus shares her top treatment picks for turning back the clock.   More and more frequently […]

Have fun to combat obesity by Greg Small

We all have a duty of care for our children, to ensure we give them the best possible opportunities to lead healthy, productive lives. Greg Small, Operations Manager at the Register of Exercise Professionals, explains how. To prevent a future epidemic of adults with increasing weight-related health problems, we must tackle the problem where it […]

Quit Smoking Today – The Science of Smoking by Paul McKenna

  Paul McKenna on the Science of Smoking.   The Science of Smoking When a smoker smokes a cigarette, the crude chemicals they inhale signal their brain to release endrophins, the body’s natral opiates. So, it’s no actually the cigarette that makes them feel good, but their body’s own internal response to that cigarette. If […]

How Olympic Gold Medallists Find The Power To Win by Matt Wingett

  Some athletes the world over have a very particular mindset that means one thing: Gold. Matt Wingett explores the mental habits of Iwan Thomas, Olympic Gold Medallist.   In an interview with Richard Bandler in his DVD series The Secrets of Success, Olympic Gold Medallist Iwan Thomas revealed the way he brings his determination […]

5 Golds in 5 Olympics – The story of Steve Redgrave by The Best You

  With the Olympics in full swing, remembering the amazing achievements Olympic greats will inspire anyone to get out there and succeed.   One of the great Olympian athletes of all time is Sir Steve Redgrave – not because he won Olympic gold in his sport of rowing – but because he won Olympic gold […]

Inspiring people. Monique Newton – The Power Lies Within!

When Monique Newton was just three years old, she was diagnosed with Stage 4 brain cancer – the final stage. Her doctors told her parents that the disease would kill the child in two years. Yet somehow, Monique pulled through with chemotherapy and radiotherapy and while she survived the cancer, it left her a small, […]

Weekly Inspirer: 75 Year-Old’s Formula for Health, Happiness and Prosperity

  If ever you’ve wanted to exercise but thought it was too late to start, the story of Ernestine Shepherd is an inspiration. At 75 years old, Ernestine is the world’s oldest competitive female bodybuilder. She has the physique and attitude that would put people half her age to shame. So what’s her secret? “If […]

A Typically Fit Day by Cain Leathem

  Fitness and nutrition expert Cain Leathem gives you a typical day to help you stay fit. Okay, here’s a sample of one way to organise your day to get towards the best fitness you can!   GOOD MORNING! Wake up to a…   30 mins POWERWALK each morn before breakfast…a little fat burn and […]

10 Ways To Make Your Body Swoon Material by Cain Leathem

  Fitness and nutrition expert Cain Leathem gives advice on how to stay fitter. 1) DRINK PLENTY OF WATER – Water intake is drastically under-rated by most people. It is actually one of the most important aspects of your diet as it controls so many vital bodily functions including temperature regulation, nutrient uptake (including vital carbohydrate […]

Deep Relaxation In Just 60 Seconds by Tony Wrighton

  Tony Wrighton talks about his latest ebook and how you can learn to relax quickly and easily.   My book Relax In A Minute came out on April 7th, and NLPers like yourself will notice some of the techniques you know applied in a fun new way. Every technique in the book takes a minute or […]

Your future is in your hands by Geoff Rolls

  Geoff Rolls, NLP Trainer with the NLP Life Academy looks at some of the pitfalls you need to avoid if you are going to design your future more effectively with NLP. One of the most interesting techniques NLP can be used for is the art of designing your own future. Modelled directly from the […]

5 Questions That Will Help You Change Your Life by Peter Thompson

  Peter Thompson describes a particular process that could have a massive impact in your life. It’s been said that the quality of our lives are determined by the quality of the questions we ask ourselves. Perhaps we could add an additional thought to that. And that is – if we take the time to […]

Obesity: someone else’s problem? by Susannah Gilbert

If you are not overweight, it can be easy to think that the obesity is not your problem. But with around 60 per cent of our adult population overweight or obese, Susannah Gilbert explains that it is an issue that is going touch all our lives.   Even if you don’t have a weight problem, […]

Keep your hair on!

  Hair loss is often a natural process. The Best You gives you the heads up on different forms of hair loss and what to do about it.   Will, a 41-year-old artist who lives in Hampshire talks about how complete hair loss affected him. I started to lose my hair when I was 27 years […]

Stage fright by Marisa Peer

Speaking in public is one of the most common human fears – even for people who have found great success in business or who are accomplished professionals. Marisa Peer tells us how to get over this fear.   The fear of getting up in front of a group of people and speaking – even about […]

The Worst Myth About Type 2 Diabetes by Barry Landsberg

One of the most pernicious myths about Type 2 diabetes is that it is a disease that you have for life and cannot do anything about except rely on medication to keep you safe. I have actually met people who have been newly diagnosed who have been told just that by their doctors. Like many […]

The Good News July 2013

  The news we read in the newspapers and see on the television is so negative that it can often feel like the media are conspiring to get you down in the dumps. That’s why The Best You is bringing you snippets of good news.     We need a hero The children’s centre in […]

How A Virgin Is Changing The Way We Eat by Kristen White

You are eating all of the right things, but you can’t seem to lose weight. Kristen White speaks to fitness expert and bestselling author JJ Virgin, who reckons your “diet foods” may be to blame. One day we wake up and we start to feel less energetic, more bloated, perhaps even achy in our joints […]

Order is Everything in Exercise

  Fitness expert Cain Leathem says many people fail to get real results from their exercise regimes because they make simple mistakes. An effective exercise regime should achieve results (sounds pretty obvious!) but so many don’t. one principle that will make the difference is exercise order. For example, many people start their programs with cardio-vascular […]

Why You Should Do Yoga, Now! by The Best You

  Yoga is a classic exercise regime that many people say has transformed their lives and their wellbeing. So what does yoga do for you, and what’s the evidence? The Best You explores. Useful books: Meditation for Dummies The Seven Spiritual Laws of Yoga Yoga – the history The term “yoga” fi rst appears in […]

Stay Youthful with Nicky Hambleton-Jones

  Your skin begins to show the first signs of ageing at around 25 years old. This is when your natural collagen levels begin to deplete. You may not even notice any damage until you are well into your 30s. So it is very important to protect your skin as early as possible. Never leave […]

5 Foods To Maximise Your Brain Power

  Feeding your brain the right food will mean that you stay more alert, smarter and focussed for longer. The Best You gives you 5 Brain-boosting tips. 1. Remember To Boost Your Memory – the skill of remembering things is connected with the activating brain cells to build new pathways. The more excited they are, […]

Are diets doing more harm than good?

  The clubs, organisations, diets and plans spreading across the world are meeting a general hunger for weight loss. Organisations like Weight Watchers, Jenny Craig, Rosemary Conley and Slimming World create a sense of camaraderie that makes people stay with the programme. But with obesity an ever-growing problem, we have to ask: Diets are supposed […]

10 tips to a Happy bride by Michelle Paradise.

  Michele Paradise has worked with 1000s of brides, giving them confidence and up-to-the-minute tips and techniques. An ex-fashion model, life-coach and hypnotherapist who was trained by Paul McKenna PhD, she is recognised as the world’s leading expert on coaching brides.  Always buy your wedding shoes in the afternoon or early evening when your […]

For a healthy heart

The British Heart Foundation is the UK’s number one heart charity. They are pretty much a household name, but that doesn’t mean they don’t need our help. This month they are hosting the London Runs, so if you’re in London in May, get active and help save lives. Coronary heart disease is the single biggest […]

Seasonal Superfoods by Angela Steel

With spring here at last after a shiveringly long winter comes a plethora of interesting and colourful fruits and vegetables on the supermarket shelves that aren’t only great to eat, but can really help us shake off the winter blues and do our bodies some good, too. Nutritional therapist Angela Steel gives us some guidance […]

Sasha Wilkins – Taking liberties by Zane Henry

Meet Sasha Wilkins, whom you may know better as Liberty London Girl: journalist, blogger, editor, broadcaster, media consultant and business owner. Zane Henry, writer, editor and networker extraordinaire, got to know her a little better.   She is the name and face behind media brand LLG Media and social media consultancy business LLGConsults. She is […]

In Search of Happiness by Gillian Jones

  We all want to be happy. Gillian Jones gives real and practical advice to achieve that goal. I thought I would start with a very important question – a simple question, but one I want you to really think about and, more importantly, answer with absolute honesty. Are you happy? I am not talking […]

Spring is in the Air! By Nicky Hambleton Jones

Spring clean your wardrobe with expert beauty and style tips from The Make-Over Queen, Nicky Hambleton-Jones.   With Spring in the air, it is the perfect time to refresh your wardrobe and regime, taking inspiration from others and polishing off your look for the new season. Just a few subtle changes can sometimes be all […]

Great Reasons Why Chocolate Is Good For You! by Matt Wingett

Chocolate is one of those products that can cause deep cravings for some, and great pleasure for others. An ancient food, its roots stretch far back in time and it wasn’t always the sweet confection we think of today.   A brief history of chocolate Chocolate was first eaten around 2,000 years ago in Central […]

7 Ways To Beat Binge Eating by Debbie Williams

Debbie Williams, an NLP trainer, Hypnotherapist and Expert in Eating Disorders and Addictions from Birmingham UK, gives 7 tips to beat the compulsion to binge… Binge eaters consume large amounts of food that is often high fat, not because they are hungry but because it activates pleasure centres in the brain that numb negative emotions. […]

5 Ways To ‘Fake’ Confidence – by Michele Paradise

  Michele Paradise, trainer at our Powerful Presentation Skills weekend, gives you 5 tips on how to be confident. 1: Be Someone Different If you feel uncomfortable in your own skin, why not slip into someone else’s before you go out? Start by choosing an iconic person in your life – someone who has qualirites […]

Turning Points. Interview with Dr. Rohan Weerasinghe

Dr Rohan Weerasinghe, author of Turning Points, reveals how he learned to take financial control in his life – by doing the things that made him feel most alive. He tells The Best You there’s a system to it we all can learn.     When in the 1980s 18-year-old Rohan Weerasinghe’s students friends were […]