Ageing and weight gain: is it inevitable?

Too many people are led to believe that ageing and weight gain go hand in hand.

The thing is, if this was the case, everyone would put on weight as they aged – and this does not happen. While it’s true that our body does change as we grow older, gaining weight with age is anything but inevitable.

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Are you ensnared in the culture of comparison?

In our modern digital world, between advertising and social media, we are exposed to an enormous amount of images on a daily basis. On social media alone our friends post happy snaps of their family on holiday via Facebook, while Instagram shows us “flawless” people promoting all kinds of products.

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Inspiring a new generation of young girls

Attend any school event where there are children aged six, and you see many little girls who could rule the world. Their posture is upright, their eyes are bright and they have confidence in who they are—whether that is bold and boisterous or quiet and reflective.

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How stress ages us

How often do you feel overwhelmed by the everyday tasks in your life? When everything feels urgent or we perceive immense amounts of pressure in our daily lives, it communicates stress to our body. And for far too many people, this is becoming a daily occurrence

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Inflammation and ageing

Inflammation is one of the major drivers behind ageing. Put simply, inflammation is your immune system’s response to a stimulus – usually problematic substances that have entered your body or been created in your body.

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