Why wait until the New Year to start your healthy eating plans? It’s easy to use Christmas as an excuse to over indulge, eating and drinking all you want with a promise to start again in January. On average people consume an extra 4,000 calories on Christmas day alone. Managing your weight around the festive period is all about damage limitation. Having a healthy Christmas is easier than you think and will leave you feeling slimmer (slightly smug) and healthier for January. Follow our healthy eating guide and tuck into the turkey without feeling guilty.
Boost your training potential with our sports nutrition guide. Good nutrition can be used to enhance athletic performance and help with the speed of recovery and the prevention of injury. Sports nutrition is essential for effective improvement in performance, recovery from fatigue after exercise and avoidance of injury. Whether you are training for a marathon or exercising for improved health, to find out how nutrition can help you improve your performance read on
Self acceptance starts from within, it is not a dress size or a number on a scale. It starts with what you believe about you!. The way we talk to ourselves, our internal dialogue can ultimately affect the way we behave and negative thoughts can impact our lives in more ways than we realise. Perpetual negative thoughts can lead to self-defeating behaviours such as gorging on junk food and skipping your gym session. Positive thinking can play a pivotal role in your weight loss efforts. A positive outlook is the key to personal success and happiness.
It’s known as one of the worst forms of torture. Lack of sleep not only leaves you feeling exhausted but can increase your risk of illness, heart disease and depression. Sleep deprivation can also reduce your ability to cope with pain and makes you very irritable. It is no surprise that the mental health foundation found 55% of those with insomnia report relationship problems.Read on to gain tips on how to eat for a good nights sleep