Since the government put the nation under a protective lockdown in March, 48% of the adult population say that they have put on weight. 30% of people have gained over half a stone in the 100 or so days that we were housebound. Continue reading ‘Coronaspeck’: The Lockdown Lbs and what to do about them
Lockdown has certainly brought some new and interesting ways of living into our lives that is forcing many of us to find inventive ways to workout. As many people have more time on their hands becoming fitter has never been more relevant. There are a few hidden gems loved by celebrities and the public at large that have been used behind closed doors in intimate quiet spaces for decades. BX Plans, Pilates and Yoga are without Continue reading BX Plans, Pilates and Yoga: the ‘oldest’ trends in home fitness
Everyone wants to do what’s best for their family. We want to keep them happy, healthy and carefree. Unfortunately, however, many find that the goods and services they require to provide a healthy lifestyle cost more than they can afford, while unhealthy options tend to be much cheaper. With limited funds, keeping your family healthy can be very difficult indeed. Continue reading Keeping Your Family Healthy On A Budget
Do you include superfoods in your diet? Superfoods are the essential building blocks that bring us optimum health and well being. They are foods packed with lots of vitamins, fiber and protein and are of course good for you. There is not one food group superfoods belong to, but you can spot them easily by Continue reading Including Superfoods in your diet
September is Healthy Aging month and a time to bring special awareness to exercise and healthy living for adults in their later years. Continue reading Exercise is Beneficial Whenever You Start and Age is just a Number
The most difficult part of working out is often getting motivated to do it in the first place, and fun fitness apps are a great way of solving that problem. Continue reading 7 Best Running and Walking Apps for 2019
The body needs certain nutrients, and negative effects like a lack of focus, loss of energy and overall poor quality of life can easily kick in when it doesn’t have access to them. The food you eat is the solution to this problem.
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With our increasingly busy working lives quickly taking over every aspect of our lives, it becomes more and more difficult to find a fitness regime that we can make time for. Continue reading Fitness on a Budget: Fitting Fitness into Your Busy Day
This is a guest article written by Sara Kirkham author of Food For Health the Essential Guide Continue reading Why Not Be Your Own Food Doctor?
Recent data from the National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) has found that one in three 10-11 year olds and more than one in five 4-5 year olds in England were overweight or obese. This is a big problem.
A balanced, healthy breakfast is essential to a healthy lifestyle. But why is it so important? Continue reading Want to be healthier? Why Not Plan Your All-Important Balanced Breakfast.
It’s fairly simple. If your child begins their life fit and healthy, they’re much more likely to stay that way into later life. While certain environmental and genetic factors can have an impact on their level of fitness as life goes on, the values you introduce as they grow up will be a significant factor in their attitudes to fitness as adults. Continue reading Easy Fitness For Kids At Home and School
Especially in non-insulin dependent diabetes (type 2 diabetes), exercise plays a very important role in the treatment of diabetes. The … Continue reading Diabetes and exercise
Don’t resort to another fad diet this year: drop a dress size in the only healthy way – with diet and exercise! Continue reading Drop a Dress Size with Diet and Exercise