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Category: Heart health

Each year World Heart Day lands on 29th September. Founded in 2000 by the World Heart Federation in order to raise awareness of the worlds biggest killer, cardiovascular disease. Worldwide cardiovascular premature death statistics: 17,300,000 deaths annually 47,397 deaths daily 1974 deaths hourly 33 deaths…

Research has shown that those who eat more flavonoid-rich foods are less likely to die of cancer or heart disease. The study that looked at the diets of 53,000 people over 23 years have concluded that eating 500mg of antioxidants (flavonoids) each day reduced the…

Dropping into a fast food outlet can happen more often than some of us would like to admit. Whilst the occasional fast food meal won’t do much damage, making it a regular habit could have some serious health consequences. Read on to find out the…

Men typically carry a larger muscle mass than women, and have a higher metabolic rate. This means that they require higher calories. What should an average man’s diet contain for the greatest health benefits? Little to no red meat Low or reduced fat dairy products…

With Men’s Health Week running from 10-16 June, it’s a great opportunity to ask yourself, do you look after your health? Could you take better care of yourself? If the answer is yes, how would you begin to do so? According to a survey, 9…

Research has found that consuming a Mediterranean diet will benefit your health in a whole host of ways. Many of which include: Lowered cholesterol and blood pressure Lowered risk of an early death by 40% Lowered risk of heart disease by 30% Reduced risk of…

High blood pressure is a major killer across the globe, but there are easy choices that you can make in order to reduce your blood pressure level potentially without the intervention of medication.   As a general guide: Ideal blood pressure = between 90/60mmHg and…

Poor circulation can be caused by a range of things, such as obesity, diabetes and smoking. However, sitting at a desk for extended hours throughout the day can exacerbate symptoms. These symptoms can include pain, muscle cramps, numbness, digestive issues and coldness in hands and…

Good nutrition and adequate hydration is essential when it comes to basic functioning, let alone performing at your best. Nutrition and hydration enables your body to function, grow, repair and build. No single nutrient enables your body to achieve all of these, which is why…

This year Lent falls between 6th March – 18th April, 40 days in which many of us will decide to give up our favourite food or drink. A new habit takes time to become accustomed to, so going without your something over Lent that you perhaps over…

Food Eliminate processed foods Eat plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables Choose lean protein such turkey or chicken Eat fish twice per week Drink 1.5 – 2 litres of water each day Limit tea and coffee to 4 cups per day Consume no more than…

Eating a healthier diet can often conjure up images of hard work, maximum organisation and extended preparation time. However, increasing your fruit and veg intake needn’t be like this in reality. Making incremental and easy changes to your daily diet will prove to make a…