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Getting Started

Getting Started

As with most of life's challenges ( ...and achieving health and fitness falls into that category for most of us), getting started seems to be the hardest part. It is typical human behaviour to withdraw or go into denial when first faced with a tough challenge.

A Smart Start to the Day

A Smart Start to the Day

Eating a regular, healthy breakfast makes a difference!

Written by Michelle Lotz (Core Priciples Nutritionist and Personal Trainer)

Studies show breakfast improves your overall health and well-being, as well as your longevity. Eating breakfast has many benefits; it reduces fatigue and sleepiness, helps banish away the blues, improves concentration and helps you function more efficiently.

 

The 6,000 Calorie Christmas

The 6,000 Calorie Christmas

Just after Christmas day, I caught up with a friend and we began to chat about the details of the big day, when he started to lament how he was going to burn off the 6,000 plus calories he thinks he consumed on Christmas day. I thought he was kidding.

"No, really, how do I burn off the 6,000 plus calories from Christmas day and get back on track?" There it was, he said it again, I couldn't have been hearing things, he was serious!!

myPrinciples Summer 2010 Edition

Welcome to your Summer edition of myPrinciples. This season, we;

  • share practical tips for getting you started
  • talk about good v's bad carbs
  • give you a heap of useful and effective ways of killing off the cravings
  • recepies and more!!

Also, if you're looking for a gift that could change someones life, then we've got a great gift idea inside!!

Have a marvellous summer and a safe and merry Christmas, from all the team at Core Principles!!

Cardiovascular Disease. Lifestyle or Genetics?

Cardiovascular Disease. Lifestyle or Genetics?

New studies concur that cardiovascular disease is primarily the result of lifestyle.

On November 15, 2010, the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions 2010 featured presentations of the results of two studies which indicate that lifestyle has a greater impact on whether one will develop cardiovascular disease than being genetically predisposed to acquire the disease.

 


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