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Boost your Energy!

Taking you from worn out to vibrant with practical tips on how to improve your energy and vitality.
Tuesday 23 July 2024
13.00 - 14.00 UK time

If you feel tired when you wake up, or suffer from energy slumps mid-morning or mid-afternoon, this webinar is for you. Our expert speaker will share practical insights to help you feel your best all day. You’ll...

• Discover how typical daily habits leave your energy stores depleted
• Do a personal energy audit to uncover your energy zappers and the effect they’re having on your health
• Learn how to balance blood sugar levels to promote overall wellbeing
• Understand energy-supporting nutrients critical to improving metabolism, controlling appetite and burning fat

Expect to come away from this session with a clear sense of the connection between what you eat and drink and how this can impact your energy levels.

Let’s feel more refreshed! Sign up below to reserve your place.

If you can’t make it, don’t worry. When you register, you'll automatically receive the webinar recording and accompanying resources after the session.

Learn more about this webinar’s speaker by scrolling to the bottom of this page.

When and where

Date: Tuesday 23 July 2024
Time: 13.00 - 14.00 UK time
Where: Online

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Meet the speaker

Becca Meadows

Becca is a registered nutritional therapist and personal trainer with a passion for supporting people to live a calm and balanced life through all life stages. With a background in leading high-performance teams in the British Army, she acutely understands the pressures of a demanding job and the impact this can have on personal health. Her aim is to empower people to make sustained improvements to their wellbeing and performance.

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