COVID restrictions and lock-downs have led to a variety of health challenges for people in our community. Among many things, this period has led to weight gain, mental health challenges, lethargy and loss of
The link between gut health and your general health and wellbeing has been well established in the scientific literature. Gut microorganisms have shown to play a vital role in a wide range of human diseases including
Written by: Nick Agius (Bach Sport and Exercise Science) Autophagy (“ah-TAH-fah-gee”) is the ‘self-eating’ process the body undergoes at times of stress, but why would you want your body to eat itself?
The recently published Worldwide Fitness Trends for 2020 has indicated that the fitness trends in 2020 are beginning to dramatically shift away from ‘fads and gimmicks’. Published by the America College of
Obesity. It’s a scary word. It’s one of the most modifiable risk factors for many chronic diseases and lifestyle causes of death. With obesity being defined by the National Institute of Health as having a
Probiotics have been used traditionally to improve gut health. Probiotics are a special type of bacteria which have been shown to positively impact your health and wellbeing by improving the health of your gut.
Written by; Beth Tobin (Bach. Ex Sci- Current) In short, the answer is NO, but also YES….. Research indicates that the risk of all-cause mortality from sedentary behaviour is around 1.22 (hazard ratio),
Excessive body fat is a key reason people see an Exercise Physiologist, Personal Trainer or attend a gym. Weight loss is not only important for how you look and how you feel; but is also crucial for reducing