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Are you Fed Up?

As you may have noticed from my previous posts and if you know me just a little bit I love everything to do with clean eating, healthy living and feeding my body and soul real food. 272 more words

Health And Well Being

Get the data: Child obesity by region

According to the most recent National Child Measurement Programme, 19.2 per cent of children in year 6 in England suffer from obesity.

London is the region with the highest percent of obese children in England.  142 more words


Who I Am

I feel as though I should introduce myself before I start complaining about my life. Firstly I am a girl in her 20’s. And as of last July, I started dating my best friend, moved out of my house and then again into my own apartment (was rooming before), started 3 new jobs and 1 as a personal trainer (one of the current jobs), finished my first year of university in Exercise Science, gained 15 lbs, dealt with an anxiety disorder and signed up for a half marathon for September 2015. 506 more words

Exercise Science

Nearly one in four British children overweight or obese

According to research, almost a quarter of British children under the age of five are overweight or obese.

The study found that the UK has the second-highest proportion of overweight children out of the 28 countries that were able to provide data. 281 more words

Fitness News

Researchers discover two seperate child obesity epidemics

New research suggests there may be two separate child obesity epidemics, one among infants and one among adolescents. Different approaches are now needed in order to tackle the problem. 286 more words

Plant It, and Kids Will Eat!

In Anna Karenina, Leo Tolstoy wrote “Spring is the time of plans and projects.” Plans and projects are those things that keep children out of trouble, or at least involve them in safer, more manageable trouble. 697 more words


Kindergarteners Watch More Than 3 Hours of TV a Day

For kids as young as kindergarten-age, watching even a small amount of TV daily is linked to obesity and overweight, finds a new study. Kids who watched an hour of television a day were more likely to be overweight or obese than kids who watched less than an hour of TV per day. 328 more words