People are being brought to their knees by a tsunami of joint problems, and this epidemic of pain is set to get worse because so many people are failing to future-proof musculoskeletal health. That’s according to a new report - Be Prepared to Future-Proof Your Joint Health - commissioned by Deep Relief – the topical pain relief specialists and makers of a Deep Relief … [Read more...] about Pain ahead as nation fails to future-proof musculoskeletal health
A new research review highlights the eight key areas of health that a probiotic supplement can support With the pandemic making Brits more acutely aware of their health than ever, a new study commissioned by the Health and Food Supplements Information Service (HSIS) – The role of prebiotics and probiotics in human health: a systematic review with a focus on gut … [Read more...] about Obesity to eczema – eight key areas of health that probiotics and prebiotics can support revealed in new study
by Sverrir Þráinsson Dear creatures of habits. Have you ever wondered why you make bad decisions with regards to food, followed by a disappointing sigh? Like Britney Spears song: “Oops! I did it again”. Does this happen every day, in other words is this routine or a habit? We are all creatures of habit, some good, some not so good. We create habits, sometimes through … [Read more...] about Is overeating and obesity caused by destructive habits and bad routine? Theory and advice for you!
by Cormac McLoughlin Ireland is on course to become the most obese nation in Europe. It is clear that new ideas are required to encourage the Irish nation to exercise and eat healthier. The Childhood Obesity Surveillance Initiative (COSI) published by the Health Service Executive (HSE) in January 2017 outlined that despite obesity levels remaining stable since 2012, 16.9% of … [Read more...] about How sport psychology can help solve Ireland’s obesity crisis
A leading health expert has warned that nutritional awareness is the key to reversing Ireland’s obesity crisis. Roger Meacock, Head of Science at Dublin-based health and nutrition company Cellnutrition, said that only once we address the knowledge deficit about what we are eat and why we are eating it can we expect to lose weight and lead healthier lives. Mr … [Read more...] about Nutritional awareness more important than exercise when tackling obesity