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How To Cope With Pain After Exercise

By on Jan 26, 2018 in Health | 0 comments

Pain After Exercise If you’ve got into a new exercise routine but are finding that you’re in pain after most of your sessions, there are a few things you can do to help your body recover. An article for Health 24 said that even though some people will tell you that if you don’t ache the next day you haven’t worked hard enough, this...

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Here’s How To Fix Common Weak Areas!

By on Jan 22, 2018 in Health, Information, Science, Sport | 0 comments

Whatever kind of exercise you do, chances are that there will be weak points in your body that you need to work on. For men and women these are often different, and Men’s Fitness has highlighted some of the most common parts of the body that men can have issues with. The publication also made some suggestions as to how you can improve things if you are...

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Have You Had Your Weetabix ™?

By on Jan 18, 2018 in Health, Information, Nutrition, Research, Science | 0 comments

(Other high fibre breakfast cereals are available!) While none of us are going to live forever, ageing gracefully is something we should all strive for – not from an aesthetic point of you but from a purely pragmatic one. After all, when your body packs up because you’ve not been giving it the nutrients it needs, are you really going to care if you have...

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Warm Winter Spice Bliss Balls

By on Dec 22, 2017 in Health, Nutrition, Recipes | 0 comments

These bliss balls are the perfect wintery treat! The warming spices remind you of mince pies and Christmas spice. They are packed with protein and healthy fats making them a beautiful energy boosting snack to keep you going in the colder months. Handful Cashews Handful Almonds Cup of oats 3 tbsp coconut oil Handful sultanas Heaped tsp cinnamon 1 Tsp mixed spice 2-3...

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Broccoli – a New Superfood?

By on Dec 16, 2017 in Health, Information, Nutrition, Research, Science | 0 comments

Get your Five-a-day we keep being told. Five kilograms of broccoli that is! Could we soon be being prescribed broccoli to combat diabetes? Lets face it with 15 percent of the population being unable to take Metformin due to the risk of kidney damage, broccoli might be the way forward if we are to believe recent research. Scientists have developed a powder that...

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Iron Man 2017

By on Jul 14, 2017 in Health | 0 comments

Bolton Iron Man 2017 will be the activity of choice this Sunday for many dedicated ultra-triathletes. Exclusive We’ve put together an exclusive deal for all competitors, to fine tune their technique and recover from injury. Then we can coach them ready for the next event they are aiming to take on. It is a challenging and arduous undertaking but I have heard...

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The Magic of Pilates

By on Jul 4, 2017 in Health, Science, Sport | 0 comments

Pilates I mentioned pilates and how it is a great method of building up core stability and whole body functional movement when I wrote, last year, about speeding up your return to health after the Christmas excesses in Healthy New Year 6 – Tweaks & ‘Cheats’. There are plenty of other people writing about pilates too as it turns out, so I...

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Shakshuka Inspired Lunch Bowls

By on Jun 21, 2017 in Health, Nutrition, Recipes | 0 comments

Shakshuka inspired lunch bowls are best in the sun, look at those colours. Recipe: 1 red pepper sliced 1 medium red onion slices 1 box of baby tomatoes quartered or halved 2 cloves of garlic crushed 3 handfuls of spinach half a chilli chopped salt to taste Handful of parsley Lemon juice 1 avocado 1 egg Method 1. Add 2 tbsp of your oil of choice (I use coconut oil)...

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The Law of Dual Effect

By on May 18, 2017 in Health, Information, Science | 0 comments

In February, Henna outlined the basics of applying hot and cold to the body as treatment. Today, I want to introduce you to the next level. Primary Effect Initially, when you apply heat to the body, all the small blood vessels open to increase circulation. This is part of the mechanism the body uses to regulate temperature. Conversely, putting cold on the body makes...

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