October 2009

sxc.hu: bies

sxc.hu: bies

Okay, okay, so I may have exaggerated a little with the title! :-)

But, I think it’s pretty neat that household chores could be contributing to my overall health and fitness levels! Get this… if you do four or more household chores per day, it can help you burn over 50,000 calories in one year.

That’s a great way to keep fit, healthy and toned!

Click to read more…

sxc.hu: stylesr1

sxc.hu: stylesr1

Are you a couch potato?

How long do you think it would take to get control over your fitness and start seeing results?

There’s no doubt, getting fit can seem like a bit of an overwhelming process. I’m beginning to contemplate this very thing myself… with only a few days till our first child arrives, I’m entering into the unknown territory of post-pregnancy body! Click to read more…

sxc.hu: lusi

sxc.hu: lusi

The guidelines have recently changed concerning eating peanuts during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Here in the UK, the advice was that peanuts and peanut products may need to be avoided during pregnancy and breastfeeding if your baby was at high risk (i.e. had a parent or sibling with allergic conditions such as hay fever, asthma and/or eczema).

This was precautionary advice, based on the concern that by eating peanuts there may be a transfer through to the developing infant, which could affect whether they would develop a peanut allergy in childhood. Click to read more…

Have you tried Alli, or considered using it to lose weight?

I’m certainly not a fan of taking pills and potions as a quick fix solution, but I know that for some people these are an option and they can work.

So, I thought it was worthwhile taking a closer look at Alli today. Click to read more…