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Spring Fitness

Mastering Portion Control

Mastering Portion Control: A comprehensive guide to healthy eating Portion control is a very important part of maintaining a healthy diet and achieving weight management goals – might it be weight gain or -loss...

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Winter Weight Loss

Longer nights, shorter days, colder weather, and decreased exercise can all contribute to winter weight gain. Add the temptation of rich comfort food, and it's easy to see why so many of us battle to keep to our health goals during winter.

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Spring Fitness

Dedicated Support to Live Lighter!

More than half of all adults in South Africa are overweight or obese, with obesity rates expected to increase a further 10% by 2030. The World Health Organisation estimates that this statistic is even higher in South African women...

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More Walking and Less Weighing

Many South Africans are living a deathstyle, not a lifestyle. So says Dr. Gary Hudson, a Specialist Physician with a particular interest in weight management. He was responding to the fact that South African women now have the second highest obesity rate in the world after the United Arab Emirates.

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4 March is World Obesity Day1

Obesity is a disaster requiring urgent intervention in South Africa.2

Alarmingly 800 million people around the world are affected by obesity.1 World Obesity Day takes place on 4 March 2021 and is an annual initiative to bring together the global community to raise awareness and improve understanding and causes of obesity around the world1

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Starting and Maintaining a Healthy Weight Loss Journey

Losing weight is a goal for so many, and a very common New Year's Resolution.

The question is - how do we turn the resolution into reality and later, into a lifestyle?

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New Year New You?

Why losing weight is about so much more than the scale.

Let's face it, holidays can be one of the biggest contributors to our annual weight gain as adults1. Think larger portions, less activity, increased snacking1 and increased drinking2

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