Alert Day is almost here! #AlertDay is a national campaign to raise awareness about the risk of developing #type2diabetes . Take the ADA risk test, then share the test with all your friends! Download the free toolkit full of ideas and social media content from the link in our bio.
So we are running another #CWP60DAY challenge which will lead us up to summer! Do any of you want to commit to improving your health and losing a few lbs in the next 60 days or know someone that might? What could you achieve in that time? With average weight loss at 1 stone per month for those that commit 100%, what have you got to lose? Get started today by booking your initial consultation firstname.lastname@example.org, 07759456337 or FB message me - it’s that easy! #cwp#cambridgeweightplan#type2diabetes#pcos#hypothyroid#hypertension#diet#healthylifestyle
Is this how these resistance bands work? 🤔😂
I’m taking a rest day today because I’m horseback 🐎 riding tonight. I find that doing both makes me EXHAUSTED the next day. It’s OK to pick one! Exercise should NOT be punishment. -
Listen to your body, move every day, but don’t try to be perfect! You’ll just exhaust yourself which is NOT sustainable!
#throwbackthursday - "I wish I was as fat now as the first time I thought I was fat"... this pic was taken in 2009 and I weighed 187 pounds. The heaviest I had ever been. I felt terrible and in the year that followed lost 30 pounds and felt fantastic.
When I was diagnosed with insulin resistance I weighed 230 pounds. I wanted more than anything to be 187 again, even though I hated my weight back then. So, I made it my first goal. I now have just TWO POUNDS until I hit 187 pounds and I am so incredibly proud to finally be as fat now as I thought I was back then!
Vegetables are important part of our diet. They provide nutrients essential for health and maintenance of our body are good sources of vitamins and minerals.
They have several properties that make them perfect for weight loss. They are low in calories, low in fat, no cholesterol and loaded with fiber.
They may reduce the risks of heart disease, obesity, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, kidney stones, and certain types of cancers.
Eating vegetables is a great way to increase the volume of your meals, without increasing the calories.
Vegetables include spinach, okra, tomatoes, onions, cucumbers, broccoli, lettuce, cabbage, carrots, egg plants and other leafy greens.
Always add vegetables to your meals to enjoy their nutritional and health benefits!
N.B.: If you've any concern about your health with regards to your nutrition, ask your doctor to refer you to a registered dietitian. You can also call 08035905838 to talk to us or send a DM. #veggies#healthylifestyle#naijalife#registereddietitian#diet#nutrition#healthyeating#naijafoods#healthandnutrition#type2diabetes#weightloss#fiber