When I saw Amelia Freer release the 10-day plan and the focus of the book, I thought this would be a good book to try. The mission is to introduce the reader to a healthy nutritional balance, rather than diets. It challenges how you think about food, forcing you to evaluate yourself and how you respond to food.
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What’s enough ? Too much ? Too little ?
We should all walk at least 10,000 steps a day. Right ? We all know that don’t we ? Where did that advice come from and why ?
Happy.. Are you happy?
Recently I wrote a blog about happiness and physical activity, so when I heard about Fearne Cotton’s book on happiness I had to check it out.
The number of people playing sport in England has fallen since the 2012 London Olympics, despite the Games' pledge to "inspire a generation."
I agree with Sport England and EFDS recent article "Activity providers need to be more proactive in reaching disabled people" (BY MATTHEW CAMPELLI June 2016) that a drop in sports participation by disabled people is unacceptable. Disabled people are significantly disadvantaged in terms of health inequality.