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5 Simple Ways to Start Eating Healthier in 2021

5 Simple Ways to Start Eating Healthier in 2021

The food you eat can affect your health and your risk for certain diseases. To eat healthier food, you may need to change some of your daily habits. Here are some tips to start making small changes with big results by eating healthy. What is Healthy Eating? Healthy...

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Is Drinking More Water Helpful for Losing Weight?

Is Drinking More Water Helpful for Losing Weight?

Science suggests that water can help with weight loss in a number of ways. It may mitigate your appetite, boost metabolism, and make exercise easier and more efficient, all of which could contribute to results on the scale. Simply put, staying hydrated is staying...

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Exercise Tips for over 50’s

Exercise Tips for over 50’s

Only around one in 10 Australians over the age of 50 exercises enough to gain any health benefit, including losing weight. The fact is starting a new workout routine is hard for everyone. It is even harder if you are overweight or obese. What are the Benefits of...

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Keeping Your WLS Success

Keeping Your WLS Success

It is very common for me to hear a client say “I am so scared of putting my weight back on” when they have lost their weight after Weight Loss Surgery (WLS). I actually really like to hear this as I hear appreciation of the success they have achieved and the benefits...

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Obesity Causes & Expert Advice for Obesity Prevention

Obesity Causes & Expert Advice for Obesity Prevention

There are several factors that influence body weight, such as genetics prenatal and early life influences, poor diet choices, little or no physical activity and sleep, etc. The causes of obesity are as varied as the people it affects. The body stores excess calories...

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Risk Factors of Heart Disease You Can Control

Risk Factors of Heart Disease You Can Control

Multiple factors may be crucial for putting your heart at risk. Some you can control, others you can’t. Those you cannot control are like age – the older you get, the higher your risk, a family history of heart disease, being post-menopausal. Still, making some...

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