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Healthy Living

Healthy Living
  • On August 12, 2015

While we often post about the most mouth-watering and sometimes calorific food here we also understand the importance of a healthy, balanced diet.

Completely cutting off all treats is something that does not appeal to the majority of people and that can often be the difficulty in trying to change your dietary habits. Just remember, you don’t have to live on lettuce to improve your health.

Making small changes here and there can make a big difference, combine this with a little more activity in your life and you are half way there. We live in an age where everything is instant, if you want to watch a film or listen to music you just download it, if you want something delivered just pay a little extra and it comes the next day. It is this idea that we can achieve all our health goals immediately that makes it difficult for people.

Incorporating a bit more fruit and veg into our lives doesn’t take much, walking shorter distances rather than taking the car isn’t going to kill you and within a year you are bound to see some changes.

Leafy greens are a great way to get some goodness into your family and believe it or not there are super foods that can help to protect you against dangerous diseases like cancer. The LOC London who are leading specialists in oncology care such as private leukaemia care and hypernephroma cancer treatment, even have a programme dedicated to living a healthier life. The Living Well programme encourages its patients to adopt a healthier lifestyle to aid their recovery.

There are a number of great guides online as to what you can eat and also some great tips on how to prepare food that you could swear was packed with fat and salt it tastes so good.

We aren’t going to try and kid on that we hate ice cream, crisps and cakes now but we do know the importance of our health.