5 a day? Food myths busted. From red meat, to dairy, eggs and salt, the science behind what you should and shouldn’t eat to feel well.
Many people fail to meet their goals, which can dent self-confidence and lead to abandoning the whole plan – sigh. So, is there a foolproof way to set goals? Not exactly. But there are different approaches you can take that will help you build your confidence and move forwards.
If you want your body to match your state of mind as the years fly by, there are actions you can take to maintain your health and fitness.
If you’re feeling fed up and you’ve lost your get up and go, there are most definitely positive steps you can take to improve how you feel.
Iron can be a game changer when it comes to breaking through your plateau, but there are many other vitamins and minerals you can take to ensure all systems are at go. Lots of athletes swear by taking the B complex of vitamins, because they are essential in the function of metabolic pathways in the body.
Later nights, not eating your regular diet and drinking more alcohol can cause you to become rundown. If you find you’re suffering from things like fatigue, mouth ulcers and cold sores, that’s probably what’s going on. Cleaning up your diet, cutting down on the booze and trying to clock in the ‘holy grail’ eight hours of sleep a night, will get you back on track.