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Shape up for Christmas with Me2UFitness

The countdown to Christmas is on, if you want to look your best and feel your best these are the key things you should take into consideration when you want to lose weight and tone up.

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"It is about health and wellbeing, not being skinny"

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There are so many bloggers nowadays, there has never been as much information available about the topics which interest us. And the majority of people are concerned with healthy eating. And as a nation, we certainly need to be, as we are heavier than ever. Scary recent figures indicate that 85 per cent of Irish women will be overweight and 57 per cent obese by 2030 while around 89 percent of Irish men will be classified as overweight, with some 48 per cent obese.

New seminars to educate girls on healthy eating

A new campaign aims to educate teenage schoolgirls across Mayo on how they can choose healthier and more active lifestyles.

Come and get it - family mealtimes

It’s official - families that regularly eat together tend to eat more healthily than families who rarely eat together. Research in the UK found that children who always ate family meals were more likely to eat five portions of fruit and vegetables per day. Seeing a parent eat fruit and vegetables also improves intake.

Get in shape at The Coast Club

The good news is that you can slim down and shape up in as little as four to eight weeks.

Ding dong, the bells are going to chime

Top tips on how to prepare to feel great on your wedding day and for life from Motivation Weight Management

Survey reveals winter months affect digestive wellbeing for many

Women across the world admit that seasonal changes in eating habits can affect their digestive wellbeing, according to a recent survey carried out by Danone and released for the global World Gastroenterology Organisation (WGO) Love Your Tummy campaign.

Reach your desired weight

Permanent obesity can lead to serious illness. Therefore many people have tried to reduce weight using several diets, mostly successful for the moment. Unfortunately after finishing the diet, weight is gained again, often much more than before.

Strong link between stress levels and digestive health issues

Irish people are feeling the effects of the recession, working longer hours and juggling more family commitments than ever before. According to a recent attitudinal survey conducted by Danone, 58 per cent of those in Mayo who claim they are always stressed, recognise that their digestive health has an impact on their stress levels. Sixty per cent of those in Mayo who claimed that they were “stressed all or most of the time” spend less than 15 minutes eating their main meal even though 52 per cent are aware that rushing a meal has a very negative effect on the digestive system.

 

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