Skip to main content

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.


So you don't want to get old?

So you don't want to get old?

Regardless of what the latest skin cream ads might be promising, ageing is a normal and unstoppable biological process which involves the ongoing alteration of body structure and tolerance to our environment. Unfortunately, there is not scientifically proven way to prevent the physiological ageing process, but there is plenty you can do to slow it down!!

myPrinciples Winter 2010 Newsletter

Well it's now winter and it's so, so brrrr....cold!

We've pulled together a hot edition of myPrinciples to keep you warm and provide you with heaps of interesting articles, fitness tips, recipies and quotes to make you feel all warm inside!

So stoke the fireplace, grab the marshmallows (not too many!) and enjoy!

Snack Attack

Snacks - good or evil?

Small healthy snacks between main meals reduces the chances of hitting an energy rut, which usually occurs mid morning or mid afternoon when blood sugar levels from our previous meal are dropping. It is at this point that we are usually at our weakest and often succumb to the craving for high sugar and fat laden foods.