The BBC2's "The Men That Made Us Fat" and Channel 4's" Dispatches - The Myths about your 5 a Day" highlighted exactly what is wrong with the food industry, who has the power and how we as consumers are manipulated by advertising and marketing.
Michael Fish MBE, the iconic British TV weatherman, has completed a B.A.S.E. jump from a London tower block to raise awareness of climate change.
Fish, who is 68 years old and, made the freefall jump from the rooftop, landing by parachute on the ground more than 200 feet below. Fish trained with experienced urban B.A.S.E jumpers prior to the jump.
As if you didn’t need telling – the world’s top athletes are currently competing in London for the ultimate prizes in sport. And to build on the excitement Visit Wales is challenging people to head for Wales on holiday and try their hands (and feet!) at some medal-themed challenges.
Piglets dying while their mothers look on unable to help, crippled chickens dying on the floor of vast sheds, terrified cows desperate to escape the slaughterhouse and sheep being killed while their young still suckle are just some of the shocking scenes from a new Animal Aid film showing conditions inside British farms and slaughterhouses. The film will be screened on the side of a specially converted ambulance, dubbed the Meat Wagon.
At The Link Centre, as well as taster courses and CPD workshops, we run Counselling and Psychotherapy Training. These courses are for those wishing to go on and qualify as counsellors and/or UKCP registered psychotherapists. The courses take place part time over 10 weekends a year allowing students to study while also working full time.
172 million days are lost each year in the UK to sickness, costing the economy over £13 billion*. Minor ailments such as colds and flu are the most common causes of short-term absence followed closely by muscular skeletal problems such as back pain. One answer to reducing sickness levels is to improve general wellbeing. A quarterly seasonal tune up with an acupuncturist can help improve overall health by enhancing the body's immune system to keep illness at bay. A seasonal tune up can also provide a boost in energy levels, lifting mood and improving a person's sense of wellbeing.
Gaining the competitive edge is something we all strive to achieve at some point in our lives. Gaining qualifications at school, college or university is part of forming a competitive edge in our careers. With the Olympics just around the corner, we are reminded that our top sports men and women use many training techniques to enhance their performance. It's a competitive world, where performance plays a major part in helping you to achieve the results you desire.
So how can Hypnotherapy help me achieve better results?