Get our GMO Expert Report at no cost (limited edition)

You have until 24 December to receive our limited edition GMO Expert Report, at no extra cost, when you join or upgrade to our annual Science Reports Premium subscription. If advanced science is your thing, go here to join today and get all of the following: instant access to our entire premium Library all previous…

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Join us at Food Matters Live 2015!

The Health Sciences Academy are presenting at Food Matters Live on 18 and 19 November 2015. Come and see us! It’s free for you to attend. For information and to register, click here.  

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CYQ is now YMCA Awards

CYQ has recently announced that its name has changed to YMCA Awards. This change should be seen as a positive step for you. The YMCA brand is strong and globally recognised. You may have a number of questions, so we’ve prepared a series of Q&A’s for you (see below). Mainly to reassure you that this…

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Alumni Spotlight: Susan Hart

I’d like to introduce you to one of our amazing graduates, Susan Hart, from Nottingham, UK. Susan, a former NHS manager-turned health coach and chef, is changing her clients’ lives through her successful coaching practice – AND also indulging people’s palates with delicious healthy menus that she develops for restaurants in her area. We couldn’t…

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Press Release: Growing risk of wrong nutritional advice from fitness professionals

Press Release: Growing risk of wrong nutritional advice from fitness professionals Over 3,500 health, fitness and wellness professionals have given their career a boost after they’ve completed an advisory training course with The Health Sciences Academy, who helps professionals offer a more comprehensive service and raise the quality of advice to clients. Over the past…

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Can You Change Your DNA to Look Younger?

Health Tips: Can you change your DNA to look younger

Can you change your DNA to look younger? Did you know that the expression of your genes is modifiable? The old notion that genes control your life has been replaced by new epigenetic discoveries. For example, when you put stem cells in a petri dish with the conditions that support muscle growth, the cells evolve…

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8 signs you’re addicted to food

8 signs you’re addicted to food I learned how to count calories when I was 11 years old. But that didn’t seem to stop me from polishing off a pack of chocolate coins back then. Or that big birthday cake followed by a pint of ice cream that nearly sent me to hospital. My sister…

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Chocolate: Good… or bad?

Chocolate: Good… or bad? It’s Easter Weekend and we’re surrounded by delicious chocolate eggs and bunnies. But then you think, is having some good or bad? Well, you’ll be surprised to hear me say this, but some forms of chocolate can actually be good for you. However, you first need to learn how to assess…

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London Marathon 2014 – Good luck to our runners!

What to eat if nerves kick in? Most London Marathon runners get pre-competition nerves. When nerves kick in, you may lose your appetite. However, you shouldn’t skip today’s evening meal, as this is an important time for topping up your muscle glycogen! Here’s a few meal alternatives if you find it difficult to eat solid…

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Clinical Weight Loss is coming!

Clinical Weight Loss We hope you’re as excited as we are about our Clinical Weight Loss certification relaunch. It has been completely rewritten and includes the latest research on food addiction, hunger hormones, food sensitivities, change psychology… and so much more that it wouldn’t fit in this email. We’ve also developed specialist questionnaires, client templates…

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