Category Archives: Weight loss and Diet

The No Fad Fitness Basic Nutritional guide.

The No Fad Fitness Basic Nutritional guide. When you are aiming to lose weight in a safe and sustainable way the MINIMUM guideline daily calorie intake for a woman is around 1,200 kcals and for a man around 1,800 kcals. (Approximate) If you have ever attempted to calculate exactly how many calories are in every […]

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About Fat Loss Bootcamp February 2016

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The next Bootcamp starts on the 2nd February and there are very few places left, so you need to act fast! January’s Bootcamp will be centered on getting you working in the ‘fat burning zone’ and increase your endurance levels. This means we will be working at a steady but sustainable level for the duration of each session. […]

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Beginner Fitness classes Feb 2016

Great new classes starting on February 3rd 2016 for beginners to improve their fitness. Are you; Lacking energy to do things? Overweight and unhappy about it? Unfit, getting out of breath whilst doing daily tasks? Unable to enjoy activities with your children? Worried about your heath due to poor fitness and excess weight? If the answer […]

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Berry Oat Bars

Having pre-made, ready to grab snacks to hand is a huge help when it comes to regulating your calorie intake. As an alternative to chocolate bars and biscuits there are many healthy looking cereal an granola bars on offer. Some of these are a pretty good option but, be sure to read the label as […]

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Healthy Quick and Easy Bean Salad

I like to eat healthy food as a matter of habit but sometimes it’s hard. If you just want a quick snack preparing something healthy can all seem a bit too much bother but there are plenty of very quick, very easy and affordable ways to avoid the biscuit tin or reaching for a loaf […]

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NFF BOOTCAMP

As a fitness professional I have always aimed to deliver effective fitness programs that will make a real difference to my client health and quality of life. This means delivering carefully planned training packages which will improve mobility, strength, cardiovascular performance and help make significant reductions in unwanted body fat.   This is something I […]

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Has the NHS got it wrong on obesity?

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  The House of Commons Health Committee have questioned why the NHS in England spends more on bariatric surgery than well-established measures to prevent obesity? MPs called for urgent steps to help people understand the wider health benefits of physical activity. “The committee regards it as inexplicable and unacceptable that the NHS is now spending more on bariatric […]

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The Facts About Sugar

From the NHS website, for more up to date information on diet click here http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/Goodfood/Pages/Goodfoodhome.aspx Most adults and children in the UK eat too much sugar. Cut down by eating fewer sugary foods, such as sweets, cakes and biscuits, and drinking fewer sugary soft drinks. How much sugar is good for me? Sugars occur naturally […]

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Fatties Working Out!

Too Fat To be Seen Exercising? Something I have often heard as a reason for not exercising is that people are too embarrassed of their current body shape to go to the gym, or go out running. This doesn’t just apply to those who are very over weight but is often cited by people who […]

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New World Health Organisation Guidelines on Sugar

World Health Organization to Issue New Guidance on Sugar Consumption. Back in 2002 the WHO issued a recommendation that calorie intake from sugar, including naturally present sugars in Honey, Fruit Juice and Fruit Concentrates, should not exceed 10%. However the experts now believe that 10% is too high and a target figure for sugar to […]

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