Anyone remember that?
Stars in Their Eyes?
Each contestant would walk through ‘smoky’ doors before instantly reappearing dressed up as their chosen star.
What connotations does the word ‘nervous’ bring up?
For many, a knot in the stomach, maybe a slightly nauseous feeling, sweaty palms, a racing heart, jumpy…none of which are particularly pleasant.
What about ‘buzzing’? That sounds like you’re full of excitement, anticipation of something fab, lively, stimulated, euphoric even!
Now which of these words is going to make Catherine excited about walking onto that stage and getting our event kicked off in the best possible way? It’s certainly not ‘nervous’ eh? ;-)
Are you currently overweight but trying to become slim?
Or are you already slim, with the faith that the evidence for such will come in good time?
There’s a difference, a very big one.
When we set out on a journey to change in some way, we often pay little attention to how we identify with our self.
Whether we’re wanting to lose a few pounds or even a few stone; achieve a promotion at work; reverse a health condition or learn a new skill - we focus on the outcome.
Our 8th and final healthy heart tip is ‘Move your bum!’
Find out why this important in the video and watch out for our next series of health tips soon!
Get enough sleep!
Find out more in the following clip…
Take stress seriously!
Learn about the WHY and HOW in the following clip…
Eat fermented foods & soluble fibre
Learn more by watching the short video…
Get your nuts in!! 😉
Find out more by watching the short video…
Increase your antioxidant & polyphenol intake!
Watch the short video to find out more….
Eat more monounsaturated fats!
Watch the short video to find out more…
Eat cold-water, fatty fish and/or shellfish regularly!
Watch for the reasons!
Some sobering facts you may not know about heart disease:
Coronary heart disease kills more than twice as many women as breast cancer in the UK.
There are 900,000 women living in the UK with coronary heart disease.
Over 450,000 women in the UK have had a heart attack.
Post-menopause, our risk of heart disease increases due to changes in our hormones.
We are going to follow this introduction with 8 tips to a much healthier heart!