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Why Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine Matters
Professor David Russell in partnership with Charlotte Harbour argue that kale chips, “Buddha Bowls” and mindful eating are concepts no longer constrained to the realms of wellness blogs and mountain retreats. There has been a significant surge in health and wellness related behaviours throughout westernised societies. It is natural to question why these concepts would be of relevance in our industry. Do we need to be aware that there is a rise in plant-based diets, adaptogenic herbs and gut health?
Consultant turns up the noise for The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity
Julian Fris, director at Neller Davies, has launched Que Diablos – a Boogie Woogie and Blues album aiming to raise much-needed funds for The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity.
“I woke up the other day to the realisation that I have been playing piano for over 50 years, and it dawned on me what an important part of my life it has been.”
Have you considered how you will cope with the expected shortage of labour?
Brexit lies just over a year away and even with an extended transition period, there are going to be less and less people seeking to move to the UK. We have reaped the rewards of some great talent from Central Europe over the last fifteen years.
This has been an issue well debated by many and the following article does not seek to go over old ground – more discuss a couple of ideas and concepts that are being developed and are coming to the fore in planning.
This year EP has developed a series of walks to raise funds for special charities and to broaden thinking. Many businesses today are debating the fall in employee productivity, the increasing levels of mental health issues, the fall in trust towards leaders and the need for new leaders to be developed and nurtured. Therefore the walks have been created to get people involved in activities outside of work and home that challenges, inspires, builds relationships and supports important causes.
The first is The Way Of The Gods – Bologna To Florence which takes place from Monday 18th to Monday 25th June 2018. The walk in Italy moves through a series of ancient roads and mule tracks that lead through beech woods and along grassy ridges between rugged peaks named after gods. Beginning in beautiful Bologna and finishing seven days later in Florence, the capital city of the Italian region of Tuscany, the walk is also to enable personal growth and create memories.
To register interest for yourself or your team please contact Lauran.Bush@epmagazine.co.uk