When the afternoon rolls around and you feel yourself slipping into a slump, it’s all too tempting to grab a red velvet cupcake to go with your latte macchiato or hit the vending machine at work. But as yummy as these treats can be, there are more nutritious ways to keep your energy up throughout the day – and satisfy your taste buds too.
Here are 10 healthy homemade snacks that you can bring to the office or eat on the go.
After nearly 8 blissful months of pregnancy, the time has come to slow down and enjoy my maternity leave. During Spring and early Summer, you’ll still find fresh content on The Health Sessions, just shorter articles on a less regular basis. So stay tuned for those bite-sized health tips, mouth-watering recipes and helpful posts … Read more >
It’s hard to ignore the illustrious health benefits of exercising on a regular basis – it boosts your mood, helps you control your weight, promotes a good night’s sleep and keeps your body strong and fit.
Even if you have a chronic disease, being physically active can improve your health and quality of life, by helping you manage your symptoms and giving you more energy to do your daily chores.
But for people with persisting health problems, there are many obstacles between them and a regular exercise routine – from pain, fatigue and debilitating symptoms to limited mobility and realistic fears of health setbacks.
That’s why I asked a few of the finest fitness experts: “What’s your best advice for overcoming these common barriers to physical activity when someone’s struggling with chronic illness?”