Healthy eating gets some bad press! You will be familiar with these remarks… “All you can eat is rabbit food” “Everything nice is bad for you” We are made to feel like eating well requires being on a “diet” constantly thinking about food and never enjoying it. Healthy eating should just be a way of…Details
Did you know May is National Walking Month? Get those comfortable shoes on and get walking! There are lots of good reasons to walk more and the NHS have an interesting page on the topic which offers some useful facts and tips: Walking for health Walking is simple, free, and one of the easiest ways…Details
The focus this year for Allergy Awareness Week is Air Quality: the allergens around us, which will focus on outdoor air quality. Allergy UK aim to raise awareness of the impact of poor air quality and the link between poor air quality and allergy. They will be encouraging the public to get involved in activities such…Details
Stop Food Waste Day is an international day of action in the fight against food waste which is a serious and growing problem. Roughly one-third of the food produced globally is either lost or wasted every year. On 24 April 2019 consumers, corporates and influencers across +30 countries will work together to raise awareness of…Details
Set Yourself Achievable Goals Constantly push yourself to achieve new things. It will stop you from getting bored, but you will also continue to increase your fitness. Make your goals small and achievable, that way you can see yourself progressing and be encouraged, rather than disheartened by an impossible mile stone.Details
Parkinson’s Awareness Week is our annual opportunity to come together and raise awareness of Parkinson’s across the UK. To learn more and get involved go to : Parkinsons UKDetails
Getting involved in National Walk to Work Day on April 5, 2019 could help put you on the right track to a healthier you. Not only this, but this annual event encourages you to be mindful of your carbon footprint.
The British Heart Foundation (BHF) state that although “stress is not a direct risk factor for heart and circulatory diseases, …it’s possible that it may contribute to your risk level. It all depends on your coping mechanisms. Some people cope with stress with risky behaviour – such as smoking, drinking too much alcohol and overeating. All of these…Details