Blogs about Health

PLANNING TO AGE STRONG AND HEALTHY

As we get older we may come to realize that we don’t bounce back or recover as quickly from an injury, or that the ‘spring in our step’ is not there any longer. Regular exercise definitely has a lot to do with how fast we recover, how vital we feel, and how we perform all those daily tasks and recreational activities. Just like financial planning for retirement, planning for a strong healthy body that can pull us through old age, living independent with a high quality of life also takes planning. And we need to be SMART about it.

Restore your Health with Eco- Friendly Moringa Products

In today’s highly paced world, we often forget about our health. We are so busy with family, work and other things that fitness becomes secondary to us. Now with the availability of Moringa products, it is time for health restoration. Gain back the lost energy and ensure better results and productivity at work.

Pole Fitness Is Not Just for Strippers!

5 Exercise Tips When Recovering From Breast Surgery

Garden Your Way To Fitness

When Your Client Gets Hurt: How Personal Trainers Can Help

Private GP + Concierge Medicine Clinic: Should I Go Private?

With the headlines dominated with bad news regarding the NHS, it’s easy to see why many individuals are looking for alternatives when it comes to their medical care.

Diagnosing an Underactive Thyroid

Officially referred to as hypothyroidism, an underactive thyroid is a condition that affects 15 in every 1,000 women in the UK, and 1 in every 1,000 men. The condition develops when the thyroid gland fails to produce enough hormone, a process that results in a number of troubling symptoms for the sufferer. As an experienced provider of full blood profiling, including thyroid tests for hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism, we have compiled an essential guide to diagnosing this condition.Who is at risk?

5 Quick Tips for Improving Hair Health

Unfortunately, some of the most popular hair grooming techniques are also some of the most damaging. Because we often treat our hair with less than respect, unhealthy hair is common, and it’s often a sign of more serious problems. Besides the fact that unhealthy hair promotes frizz, breakage, and poor styling results, it’s also a sign of poor nutrition that could lead to a host of other medical and cosmetic problems. Luckily, this isn’t an entirely irreversible issue. There are several things you can do to improve the health of your hair. 

Pumping Up the Protein for Vegetarian Bodybuilders