Diet and Nutrition
There are a number of factors which can influence diet including social and economic factors.Read More
Physical inactivity is now identified as the fourth leading risk factor for global mortality (3). So, as well as following a balanced diet, keeping active plays a crucial role in promoting overall health.
As referenced by the World Health Organization, evidence suggests that active men and women (compared to less active individuals) have a reduced risk of all-cause mortality, coronary heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, type 2 diabetes, metabolic syndrome, colon and breast cancer and depression. Individuals are likely to have less risk of hip or vertebral fracture; exhibit a higher level of cardio-respiratory and muscular fitness; and are more likely to achieve weight maintenance and have a healthier body mass and composition (4).
When it comes to our overall health, diet is only half the story. The other critical part is keeping active.Read more
Easy ways to burn calories
We know that exercise is good for us – being more active not only improves our health but can also support our overall wellbeing and quality of life!Read More
Activity ideas for all the family
A fun day out is a great way to get the whole family active. But sometimes finding something everyone will like can be a challenge!Read more
Ideas for keeping active indoors
If your family loves gaming and has a competitive edge, check out some of our favourite picks below to get both little ones and adults moving indoors. Who says exercise can’t be fun!Read more
Fitness and wellbeing apps
The ways we can get active and look after our wellbeing are wide ranging, engaging and, importantly, can be fun!Read More