Welcome to the AC Health & Nutrition Ltd Employee Area!
Here you can download and print out the fact sheets from the session that you attended.
All you need to do is click on the link below that corresponds to the session you attended and enter the password from the email you received.
Good Mood Food
Is your mood linked to what you eat? Do you snack at particular times of the day on all the wrong foods and would like to understand why?
Discover why the food you eat and what you drink are important for controlling your mood with some fun and innovative tips!
Tired But Wired
Do you want to get a better night’s sleep? Do you find it hard to get to sleep?
Then this is the workshop for you! An interactive seminar to find out all about how nutrition can help with getting to sleep and staying asleep!
Reduce your heart attack risk. An interactive session on how to improve your cholesterol and blood pressure readings. Find out which foods to eat more of; discover what ‘good cholesterol’ is and what you can eat to increase the amount in your blood, helping to protect you against heart disease; explore optimal food choices for regulating your blood pressure.
Would you like to know more about snacking and whether it is a healthy habit or not? What constitutes a healthy snack? How can you determine which of the snacks available in your canteen, vending machine or supermarket are healthy? This workshop goes through everything you need to know about snacking and how to incorporate it in a healthy diet without guilt!
Boost your Immune System
Can your diet and lifestyle really affect your immunity to coughs and colds? Find out in this interesting workshop looking at all the different foods you can eat to ensure tip-top health, and what else you can do to reduce your risk of getting ill.
How to Sustain Yourself Through a Busy Working Day - The Healthy Way!
An interactive presentation where we examine the foods you eat in a typical day and how this relates to the recommendations. We go through the 5 main food groups and examine what a portion size is in easy to understand measures – no need for scales – then compare this to what you have eaten to determine whether you are achieving the ideal balance! But don’t worry – this is done confidentially – you don’t have to share your intake with anyone else. We also look at the best food choices to keep you going throughout the day – the healthy way – giving you ideas to think about and to try.
Do you want to understand what to eat in order to lose weight safely and effectively? Find out if any of the infamous faddy diets work and which ones don’t or are just plain UNSAFE! Or have you lost weight and want to keep it off? Come to this workshop to ask all your questions on healthy eating and eating for optimal and safe weight loss.
Nutrition for Shift Work
An interactive workshop looking at the physical effects of shift work and how it can impact your dietary intake, along with the best way to manage the timings of your meals and snacks for optimal nutrition.
How does the food you eat affect your brainpower? Learn about the glucose-hungry brain, the foods and nutrients that benefit your brainpower, and how you can boost your memory, concentration and ability to perform challenging tasks.
Food For Thought
The Food for Thought workshop is designed for all those who would like to improve their relationship with food. Whether you struggle with emotional or boredom eating, the pressures of day to day life or weight issues in general, this workshop is for you.
Nutrition on the Go
Are you always on the go? Whether you have a super busy working day or feel like you are always on your feet and on the go without a regular ‘base’ for meals, this workshop is for you. Helping you to think about the foods you eat, this workshop will provide tips on planning your meals to provide the healthiest lifestyle for those jam-packed working days - keeping you at your best when you’re on the go!
Eating Through the Menopause
An interactive presentation where we examine the food you eat in a typical day and how this relates to symptoms of the menopause. We go through the latest research on the foods that help with typical menopausal symptoms such as hot flushes and weight gain. You will get an insight into the foods that can help and how to incorporate them into your daily diet, giving you the confidence to find a healthy, natural solution. We also look at ways in which we can maintain our body weight and energy levels. The workshop is interactive - but don’t worry, this is done confidentially – you don’t have to share your intake or symptoms with anyone else! We also look at the best food choices to keep you feeling good through the menopause – the healthy way – giving you ideas to think about and to try.
We look at the local eateries and give you the low down on which are the healthiest choices to go for. We go through what components make up a healthy lunch and how to ensure you make the best choices when buying food out or bringing it in from home.
Learn about what plant power is and why plant power can improve health and wellbeing. We give you top tips to put more of the power of plants in your diet to reap the rewards.
Good Mood Food (Part 2)
Have you ever had changing moods throughout the day, but haven't been able to figure out why? Well in part 2 of this interactive workshop series we help you to find out the reasons and how you can feed your brain the correct nutrients to help those good moods prevail. Throughout the workshop we give you tips that can be easily carried out in everyday life. We also introduce you to new and novel approaches that you may never have considered before.
Eating disorders are equal-opportunity mental health illnesses and don’t discriminate between age, gender or ethnicity. These illnesses can wreck lives for years, including the loved ones of the sufferer. Would you like to learn the difference between these and Disordered Eating, how to recognise the signs of eating disorders and how & where to get the best help? Come hear Laura Coster, a Registered Dietitian from an award-winning NHS national eating disorder service, give her advice for recognising and helping recovery from eating disorders.