Set health as a priority. “Nobody is too busy. It’s just a matter of priorities.” If you truly prioritise something, you will make time for it. When I was younger, not too long ago, I was always busy. Or at … Continue reading Busy? Set health as a priority.
The Garmin Vivofit fitness tracker has a one year battery life and is waterproof. This means you can put it on your wrist on January 1, 2016 and not take it off until the fireworks of December 31. Over the course … Continue reading What would happen if you wore a fitness tracker for one year?
Chinese New Year is the time to celebrate another wonderful year of hard work and success. It gives you a chance to have a holiday from the office and to reset before another big year. It is a time to enjoy … Continue reading 3 Hot Health Tips for Chinese New Year
Let’s jump straight into the question everyone wants to know the answer to: How do we achieve our health goals? Way back in 1981, George Doran had a paper published – There’s a S.M.A.R.T. way to write management’s goals and … Continue reading 3 tips to reach your health goals: S.A.T.
It’s easy to put eating on auto-pilot when you are in front of screens. Why? Because when you are watching screens your brain is focused on other things than eating. A research conducted in England found that eating lunch in … Continue reading Break Up Screen Time
Are you frustrated by the fact that you are regularly exercising but the weight you lost still continues to creep back up? Well firstly, congratulate yourself on being active, that alone is a fantastic achievement. How much exercise is required to prevent … Continue reading Exercise: Helping you to Maintain your Lost Weight
Here at GlycoLeap, we have a mantra that done is better than perfect. With that in mind, we believe the best exercise for diabetes is anything that gets you up and moving! Many people put off exercise because they think they … Continue reading The BEST Exercise for Diabetes
Most people know that they need to be physically active and walk, skip or jump their way to 150 minutes of moderate intensity exercise each week. This might involve brisk walking, mowing the lawn or a doubles game of tennis. … Continue reading Staying Strong for Life with Strength Training
How would you describe your typical day? Are you constantly moving and walking all over the place? Or are you chained to your desk and sitting down for most of the day? If it is the latter, you are not alone. … Continue reading Sit less and move more to burn 20% more calories!
These days we have wearable devices coming out of our ears. You may be rocking the latest FitBit, Jawbone, MisFit shine, Garmin or even a funky old school pedometer! Even if you haven’t used one of these devices, you probably … Continue reading Why take 10,000 steps a day? We answer all here!