A Healthy Autumn Ahead

Mother and daughter playing in red and orange autumn leaves

As the summer season comes to an end, preparation for the autumn is underway in many households around the world. Best Doctor’s is constantly promoting personal well-being and incentivising members to understand more about their health and how to ensure they keep it in check. As the cold weather approaches, our team has gathered some of the top tips to ensure we keep our health in good standing and enjoy the autumn season to the fullest.

Eat what autumn gives you In today’s day and age many produce is available all year round. However, you can trust that to get that tropical fruit in order to your kitchen in mid-October, either chemicals have been involved in the production process, or pre-freezing to help withstand a long journeys from abroad has occurred. Embrace the natural cycle of food production in your local area and enjoy the variety of food our changes of seasons provide. Boost your vitamin and mineral intake by enjoying cranberries, figs, pears, sweet potatoes, winter squash and of course – pumpkins! Keep your immune system strong and Read more

2017: The year your New Year resolutions actually stick!

2016 has been a big one for many of us and like every year, we have the opportunity to say goodbye to an era and welcome the exciting things to come in 2017.

New Year’s Eve is a night to celebrate, drink too many bubbles, revel in the successes from the past 12 months, and cheers to saying so-long to those heavier, drearier 2016 memories and events.

Along with the symbolic nature of “in with the new and out with the old” the 31st of December has, it is also a time to set new goals for the future. From Best Doctors we want to wish you an incredible New Year and help make your goals happen!

A recent study conducted by the University of Scranton found that the associating a new goal to a specific time of year can increase success rates. Experts analysed the behavioural patterns of two groups of goal setters – one associating their resolutions to new years and the other to a random date during the year. After a 6 month period, 46% of the New Year resolution setters had successfully stuck to the change proposed in their life. Only a staggering 4% of those who had embarked on their challenge during a random time of the year continued to practice their Read more