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Fitness / 18.01.2019

[ad_1] New Year's resolutions…so easy to make, but for many of us seemingly impossible to keep.Despite starting the year off with good intentions of eating healthier food, exercising more often and cutting back on alcohol and smoking, many of us struggle to maintain these promises for a full year.In fact, a study of 2,000 adults by Healthspan found two thirds will often start a health kick with good intentions but they fall off the wagon on day 22 and the average.We often try again three months later, yo-yoing...

Fitness / 18.01.2019

[ad_1] Bowel cancer is one of the most types of cancer to be diagnosed in the UK, according to the NHS.It’s the name given to any type of cancer that starts in the large bowel, and may sometimes be known as colon or rectal cancer.You could lower your risk of deadly bowel cancer by making some diet or lifestyle swaps.One of the best ways to slash your chances of the disease is to cut back not the amount of red or processed meat in your diet.There is strong...

Fitness / 18.01.2019

[ad_1] Vitamin D is crucial to the overall health of the body, as it helps to keen muscles, bones and teeth healthy, said the NHS. The vitamin is needed to regulate the amount of calcium and phosphate in the body. A lack of vitamin D can lead to serious complications, including osteomalacia, rickets, or some deformities. You could be at risk of a vitamin D deficiency if you tend to waddle when you walk, it’s been claimed.Some people that don’t get enough vitamin D in their diet could...