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  • The Juice on Juicing

    Thursday, 28 January 2016

    A decade ago, juicing was considered a diet fad or something done only by extreme health nuts. These days, there is a juice bar on every corner. So what is juicing and why is it suddenly so popular? And are the many health claims fact or fiction? Some of the many questions we explore in this article, along with some potential food-medication interactions that should be considered by those with existing health conditions.

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  • Nutrition for Healthy Ageing

    Monday, 18 January 2016

    As we age our appetite and lifestyles can dramatically change and this can affect the types and amounts of foods we eat. A loss of appetitie or struggle to prepare meals means many older people are simply not getting enough essential vitamins, minerals and fibres. It is important to use every meal and snack as a chance to get optimum nutrition – and we share some simple suggestions to help you maintain healthy eating habits as you grow older.

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  • The Benefits of Resistance Training

    Wednesday, 06 January 2016

    The start of the New Year is often the time we commit to starting a new exercise program or embarking on a healthier lifestyle – yet all too often we falter in our efforts. The good news is that improving your fitness does not means hours sweating it out at the gym. Learn more about the benefits of basic resistance training – a simple exercise program you can manage with minimal effort and minimal cost yet maximum benefits.

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