There are two important sugars that we consume on a daily basis that impact our health: Glucose and Fructose. Glucose and Fructose are found in the foods we consume daily and are then used by the body. Glucose is, however, better (although still bad) for the body.
Valentine’s Day brings with it feelings of love, kindness, and acceptance of others (well, for some). With all this love in the air, we wanted to take a look at how you can fall in love with your body and what you can do to ensure it loves you back! After all, your body is the most important thing you have and there is only one of it!
We can’t believe that a brand new year is already upon us. For many, this means a fresh start across many aspects of our lives, including our fitness, our careers, and, most importantly, our diet.
Whether you stick to a strict New Year’s resolution list or you just want to take the opportunity to switch it up and improve certain habits or behaviors, we have the perfect place to start.
As Andy Williams’ Christmas classic reminds us, it’s ‘the most wonderful time of the year’. The festive season heralds fun, family, friends, laughter and good times. And, let’s be honest, it is also the season for food, lots of glorious food! We celebrate the holidays over meals with our loved ones, spoil each other with candy canes and cookies, snack on some pies, while sipping some eggnog or bubbly because, well, ‘why not? It’s the holidays’. And enjoy it, we should!
You know that we’re all about living life, balanced. We’ve identified a few naughty holiday indulgences and how to move them to the nice side.