It’s not always easy to keep those New Year’s resolutions. Our motivation quickly plummets. But you won’t need to worry about that with our five interesting choices of indoor sport activities! These activities will keep you physically fit no matter what the weather!
Welcome to the New Year! This is the time of year when many people decide to keep a better eye on their diet, get more exercise and generally live a healthier life. But the good intentions are often quickly abandoned. A few things are important to remember to stop this happening!
Dreaming of a white Christmas? Dream up some white fruit and veggies, and you may lower your stroke risk dramatically, research suggests!
You know how it is: as soon as it gets colder outside and starts to get dark earlier, we are happy to stay at home, comfortable on the couch. The typical “winter fat” is often not long in coming. But do we actually have to completely change our diet for the winter to stay healthy?
It may be the season of giving, but for many it turns into the season of gaining. But this doesn’t mean you need to be a Scrooge. Here are our tips for keeping up healthy habits during the holidays!
Ice skating is a wonderful endurance sport that enhances cardiovascular fitness and at the same time helps to build powerful muscles and develop coordination. The great thing about it is that almost everyone can venture onto the ice and with a little practice and guidance can soon even do a few laps.
Christmas is the time for non-stop enjoyment and frequently hearty eating and drinking. But the holidays are often followed by remorse and lamentations over excess calories. We asked ourselves what pointers we could offer to make the festive meal lighter and more balanced. Here’s our Top 3 healthy alternatives for Christmas dinner.
The warm summer months are not the only time you can enjoy fresh vitamins. Now that winter is here, some particularly healthy vegetables are in season. Be inspired by our Top 5 healthiest winter vegetables to get through the cold days fit and full of energy.
Mmmm … what’s not to love: the plate of Christmas biscuits, one of them gazing up at you seductively! Our motto this year is: nibble nutritiously. Thanks to their fruit and wholegrain cereal content, these Christmas biscuits are real “fitness foods”. We have collected our favourite recipes – from the fancy to the very simple and quick to make.
Dole has always advocated that nutrition is best served up from food, not pills. Though supplements comprise a multibillion dollar global industry, experts agree that health benefits are best derived when whole foods are the focus, not individual nutrients in capsules or powders.