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    Why it’s time to stop commenting on co-workers’ lunch

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    As the UK government continues to lift lockdown restrictions, the workforce prepares to return to the office post June 21st.  It is without doubt that working from home has its perks although many are beginning to miss everyday office life.  Nevertheless, there are some social interactions that have become commonplace in the workplace that should […]

    Do you know the difference between cheese and spinach?

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    Millions of adults have no idea how to eat healthily – with one in 10 believing cheese is better for them than spinach. A study of 2,000 adults conducted by Morphy Richards found that despite 59 per cent claiming to be foodies, one in five don’t think it’s possible to have good fats in food. […]

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    Junius is a multi-award-winning food-to-go newbie created to help time-poor health conscious employers and their teams. We take the guess work out of eating well and simplify logistics by delivering to your workplace. At Junius we start with the science and build our delicious hand-crafted and nutritionally balanced recipes. We have simplified health into 7 […]

    Cold winters lower productivity levels

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    More than two-thirds of workers believe they are less productive and have lower concentration levels during the winter season compared to the warmer summer months. Today, Blue Monday, is statistically the day of the year when most people feel unproductive and unmotivated. So, it may come as no surprise that the cold weather is among […]

    Veganuary could save you money

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    Millions of Brits are taking on the vegan challenge for January and giving up meat for a month, but could saving money also be a major perk of giving up meat products? Research by Linda McCartney Foods, who polled 2,000 UK adults, found 26 per cent reduced their meat intake during the past 12 months […]

    Opinion: No Year’s Resolutions

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    Every year on December 31, when the clock strikes midnight we make personal promises to ourselves that we will change our lifestyle to become better people, with most of us give up on these goals within a month. Amy Gallagher, founder and director of Tula Wellness reminisces about why she gave up making New Year’s resolutions.  […]

    What will be the most downloaded Apps in January 2019?

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    January is a time for reinvention and making yourself the best version of ‘you’ that you can be, with a lot of us relying on our smartphones to aid our journey. Apps have never been as popular as they are today, with an average of nearly 1,500 new apps uploaded to app stores a day […]

    Do you need to spend more to keep healthy?

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    January is a time of detoxing and diets, trying to give up the junk food and eat healthy instead. However,  for most people, the only pounds they will lose will be in their wallets. ‘New Year, New Me’ right? It’s common for most people to start the New Year with a resolution or two – […]

    Have you already quit your New Year’s diet?

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    None of our PA Life Twitter followers have vowed to stick to their New Year’s diet for the entire year. It’s January 4, 2019 – that’s right we’re already four days into the New Year and we have been inundated with ideas to help people diet, quit smoking and even take part in the dreaded […]

    Have you quit your New Year’s diet already?

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    Half of Brits struggle to keep up their New Year’s diet because they find healthy food boring. Do you find healthy food boring? It seems many Brits do as three in ten found the idea of eating healthily dull. New research found from Tilda discovered that healthy food would stop them from carrying on with […]


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