310719 Chair Dips Here, in this short video, we see Darla doing several variations of a chair dips. These are quite effective, if done properly, as she is doing them in the video. Notice the chair is on a non-slip floor in the ballet room. If you are doing them at home, it is best … Continue reading 310719 Chair Dips
310719 Cheese & blood cholesterol by Glenn Cardwell Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian & Nutrition Researcher Many years ago I worked for the Heart Foundation and it was standard practice to tell anyone newly diagnosed with high blood cholesterol that they had eaten their last piece of cheese. For some I had taken away their reason … Continue reading 310719 Cheese and Blood cholesterol
290719 A Fat-Loss Program for Beginners 1 of 5 By Nick Nilsson Author of Metabolic Surge - Rapid Fat Loss So you want to drop some fat but you're not sure of what the best way is to get started? Right now, I'm going to give you a short guide that will get you moving … Continue reading 290719 A Fat-Loss Program for Beginners 1 of 5
280719 Research Check: can you cut your cancer risk by eating organic? Author: Dr. Rosemary Stanton OAM Rosemary Stanton is a Friend of The Conversation. Nutritionist & Visiting Fellow, UNSW Reviewer Tim Crowe Honorary Adjunct Associate Professor, Bond University Disclosure statement The authors do not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any … Continue reading 280719 Research Check: can you cut your cancer risk by eating organic?
260719 Grandchildren and exercise part 2 of 2 When I was a child we walked up hill both ways to school, toiled in the fields until dark and then carried candles so we could see what we were doing out there…Yeah you bet that’s how I grew up. I did do my share of pitching … Continue reading 260719 Grandchildren and exercise part 2 of 2
250719 Balance Balance is critical to our daily living activities. Without balance, we would be constantly reaching and grasping for stable objects to prevent falling, stumbling or injuring ourselves. Here are several variations of a basic exercise to help develop and maintain your sense of balance. Once you are able to do one exercise example … Continue reading 250719 Balance
240719 SUMMARY OF RECOMMENDATIONS Physical activity interventions Physical activity should be recommended to adults with normal cognition to reduce the risk of cognitive decline. Quality of evidence: moderate Strength of the recommendation: strong Physical activity may be recommended to adults with mild cognitive impairment to reduce the risk of cognitive decline. Quality of evidence: low … Continue reading 240719 SUMMARY OF RECOMMENDATIONS