Flourless Oat & Date Cake

Another great recipe from our resident foody Krissy.
An easy dessert or breakfast cake recipe. Try it over the holidays.  Simple food cupboard ingredients, nothing fancy but still packs a punch and healthy 

1/3 cup extra virgin olive oil or any oil you prefer
1 cup tightly packed pitted dates 
2 large or 4 small eggs

By |December 15th, 2020|Article, News, Recipes|

Kettlebell Workout

A great workout with Glenn that you can take anywhere. You can try this in the gym, outdoors, in the studio or just at home on your mat. Share this with your clients and set it as homework over the holidays for them. If you want to see the technique for the more technical exercises, […]

By |December 15th, 2020|Article, News, Workouts|

Gut health, the microbiome, and its link to our mental and physical well-being – Article 2

In my first article on gut health I explained how I discovered the microbiome. In this second article, I will be talking about our gut and our microbes.

Our gut

Our gut is a 9-metre long tube stretching from mouth to anus. A recent piece of scientific research in Sweden stated that if we were to take […]

By |December 14th, 2020|Article, News, Nutrition|


During this weird and (not so) wonderful time we find ourselves in, it can be easy to fall in disempowering thinking and behaviour that leads to thinking you’re not in control of your life.

When clients come to me, they often are at the ‘effect’ side of the cause and effect equation. They feel that life […]

By |April 27th, 2020|News|

Weight management, hypothyroidism and the menopause!

Are you, or your female clients struggling with all three?
Article by Gill Cummings-Bell BA (Hon’s). M.Sc. PGCE. MBA

Hypothyroidism and menopaus have a connection.  Many women do not realise that there is an overlap between post menopausal symptoms and the symptoms of hypothyroidism. Hypothyroidism can increase or worsen symptoms of menopause. A research study published in […]

By |July 27th, 2019|Article, News, Physiology|

Foods that Help and Prevent Muscle Cramps


…what you can eat to beat them!

Muscle cramps happen when your muscles tense up and you can’t relax them. Whilst painful, usually you can treat them yourself. Exercise, dehydration, and menstruation are common causes. One way to stop cramps is to stretch or massage your muscles and to eat enough of these key nutrients: potassium, […]

By |April 4th, 2019|Article, Lifestyle, News|

Fitness tips: three of the best childhood games

These high-intensity games are fun – and improve fitness!


Players are divided into two teams and must make passes to their teammates without the frisbee being intercepted by the opposing team. Each time a team makes five successful passes they score a point. Improves general fitness.

















Players are split into two teams. Attackers run through a corridor […]

By |March 27th, 2019|Lifestyle, News|

Happy International Women’s Day! – Interview with Athlete Alice Hector

International Women’s Day – Interview with Athlete Alice Hector from Drummond Clinic on Vimeo.

By |March 8th, 2019|Article, News|

New food-portion size guide to help tackle overeating

Article by the Drummond Team

A new food portion size guide to help tackle overeating has just been launched in the UK, advising us to measure out produce using our hands. The British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) launched the guide, titled Find Your Balance, which uses simple hand and spoon measures to estimate appropriate portions of food. The guide also suggests […]

By |January 15th, 2019|Article, Lifestyle, News, Nutrition|

Christmas Nutritional Guide – & A Calorie Survival List

Article by the Drummond Team

Its that time of year again! Food seems to be all round us, and exercise falls by the way side as our calendars fill up with festive parties, activities, and eating…lots of eating!

Here’s some great information on nutritional facts for some of our favourite Christmas foods – and some tips to […]

By |November 22nd, 2018|Article, News, Nutrition, Recipes|