Longterm lifestyle change can only happen if you create new habits. Can you remember brushing your teeth this morning? Probably not, but I can guarantee that you definitely did it. This is just one example of an engrained habit that you’ve been doing for most of your life. It’s a healthy habit, but in the same way, we can develop unhealthy habits over time too. Long term change to your health, fitness and overall wellbeing means strategically changing these unhealthy habits, into healthy ones.
Are you getting in that elusive 10,000 steps per day? Fear not! There are loads of easy ways to make up the miles.
We all know that leading a sedentary lifestyle is bad for your health and well-being. Sitting at a desk all day can also lead to poor posture, poor digestion and poor concentration levels! Getting just a little bit of exercise every day helps to reduce the risk or disease, prevents premature aging and keeps your brain fresh and happy!
Sugar. It causes weight gain, it plays havoc with your hormones, it messes with your blood sugar levels, it can lead to diseases such as diabetes and we all ought to cut back. But how can you cut back on the sweet stuff if you don’t know where it’s hiding? Because it is hiding, in a lot of the food we eat on a daily basis!
Breakfast is renowned for the being the most important meal of the day – although there have been studies to both support and contradict this age old saying, if you have a long day ahead of you, and you’re regularly active – you should consider the way in which your breakfast will impact you.