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Why Board Games Are Good For Your Health (and Some of My Favorites!)

on Thursday, 21 December 2017.

There's nothing I love more than coming together with great friends and family, enjoying delicious food, and playing a board game. So I wanted to share some of my favourites with you, but first let me explain why they're so beneficial.

You're might be thinking, Sure thing board games are great fun Lauren but how are they really god for your health? Isn't sitting around playing a board game just as bad as sitting watching TV or playing a video game?

Surprisingly enough, board games are very beneficial to your health, especially for your emotional well-being and cognitive skills. Here's why:

Why Exercise Needs to be Fun!

on Monday, 25 November 2013.

Why Exercise Needs to be Fun!

We've all heard the saying - 'No pain, no gain!"  But what does the research and the science actually show us?

With more and more extreme exercise modes being promoted, what has happened to fun?   

We know that "laughter is the best medicine."  When it comes to exercise its incredibly important to add enjoyment to your workout for a whole range of social, emotional and physical reasons...

Why Our Modern Lifestyle Is Increasing Infertility

on Saturday, 06 June 2015.

Why Our Modern Lifestyle Is Increasing Infertility

Kate Callaghan explains in this 30 minute presentation titled "Fertility vs Famine" how our modern lifestyles, diets and attitudes are compromising our ability to reproduce.

She explains how you can optimise your nutrition, exercise and mindset to optimise your chances of conception.

Why Sitting Down Is Killing Us

on Monday, 02 June 2014.

Why Sitting Down Is Killing Us

Research studies show that sitting for long periods increases early death, diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity and heart disease.  Not a nice cocktail!

Most importantly, this remains true even if you exercise.

Read on to find my seven practical strategies to overcome this and boost your health today!

 

  

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Eat more “real” food.

Focus first on getting more good stuff into your diet rather than having a deprivation mentality.

The more you tell yourself you can't eat something, the more you crave it and willpower is never a long-term solution.

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