Those of us who work out in order to get fitter know, as well as anyone, that there are potential drawbacks to our good intentions. The main example of this is, of course, injury. Ironically, our efforts to get in better shape and feel fitter can all too easily result in time spent rehabbing a strain, a break or a pull.
You don’t have to be born with the right genetics to have an hourglass figure. This can be true to some extent though, but any woman can have this figure without undergoing an expensive cosmetic surgery. You just need to have enough of a desire to have this figure that you will work hard for it. Here are three of the most effective things you need to do in order to have a perfect hourglass figure.
Living a healthy lifestyle isn’t easy when you’ve been set in your ways for years. It’s frustrating to be working on getting healthy, only to feel stuck in the same place. There are many reasons why you could be stuck, but only you know the answer.
Deciding to lose weight is a big challenge. While it’s a fantastic objective, there’s also a lot of work that comes with it. You have to stay focused and know that it’s more than a task, it’s a way of life. See how to lose the weight and keep it off.
Every mother knows that raising kids on a healthy balanced diet with just the right amount of exercise, is an absolute must. As your child grows, they require a balanced and healthy diet of proteins, carbohydrates, fruit, vegetables, milk/dairy etc. to ensure that their development is on track and they have the best chance in life to be healthy.
Regardless of whether you’re single or in a relationship, it’s extremely important that you take care of your sexual wellbeing. I have been more mindful of this recently due to the smear test results and infections at the start of the year. In this guide, you’ll find some simple steps you can follow to keep your health on track.
We all know that certain vitamins, minerals and nutrients are good for us. Most of us get the majority of these nutrients through a healthy, balanced diet. However, you can also supplement some of these nutrients in order to make you look and feel your best if your diet seems to be falling short.
Yes it is the New Year and just because it is January, the guilt over our consumption of so many mince pies will kick in. Not just mince pies either, I have eaten my body weight in puff pastry over the past few weeks with Hubby’s mushroom and stilton wellington. Delicious! I guess we are all concentrating on how we are going to burn off those extra calories. But, while we’re busy working up a sweat, there’s one area that 61 per cent of us will forget to exercise – our pelvic floor!
I say a list of things every New Year: things that I will do and keep up. And I will keep them up. But I never do. Or not to the great extent that I imagined I would back in week one of the year. There are a list of a few things that I always think about doing and maintaining, namely exercise and diet comes into that equation. But there are also a few things this year that are “new” in terms of resolutions for me.
I recently received some very good advice from Alexis Poole, she is the Spoon Guru Company’s Nutritionist & Registered Associate Nutritionist. She knows a lot about our bodies and what might cause them to do odd things. We often experience aches and pains and after some paracetamol, generally, the feelings pass. However, have you ever thought that your troubles could actually be caused by a food intolerance? This post includes some great tips on how to spot food intolerance with migraines, tummy pains and tiredness and how any ingering health issues could potentially be solved with just a simple change to your diet.