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NuYu's Top Health Tips for people on the run


Health tips for busy people 25th September2013
Author: Shaun Cardillo

Inactivity and poor food choices are a big concern when it comes to our and our children's health. Childhood obesity in Australia is on the rise with 65% of children predicted to be obese by 2020. The two key contributors to these shocking figures include;
Poor food choices - children and families as a whole consuming high fat, high sugar foods rather than a following a nutritionally balanced diet
Inactivity - the changing Australian lifestyle is a lot more sedentary, with TV, computers and electronic hand held games replacing many active pastimes.
We here at NuYu, believe that with a few lifestyle changes these shocking figures can be decreased substantially! With the right education, awareness raising and implementation we hope that in years to come high levels of obesity are a thing of the past.

When you have a demanding, high pressure job there’s no time for good food and exercise, right? Wrong! Finding time to eat well and exercise is absolutely possible and essential if you want to stick it out in the industry, perform at your peak and see your long term health and wellbeing flourish. 

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NuYu's Top Health Tips for people on the run


Health tips for busy people 25th September2013
Author: Shaun Cardillo

Inactivity and poor food choices are a big concern when it comes to our and our children's health. Childhood obesity in Australia is on the rise with 65% of children predicted to be obese by 2020. The two key contributors to these shocking figures include;
Poor food choices - children and families as a whole consuming high fat, high sugar foods rather than a following a nutritionally balanced diet
Inactivity - the changing Australian lifestyle is a lot more sedentary, with TV, computers and electronic hand held games replacing many active pastimes.
We here at NuYu, believe that with a few lifestyle changes these shocking figures can be decreased substantially! With the right education, awareness raising and implementation we hope that in years to come high levels of obesity are a thing of the past.

When you have a demanding, high pressure job there’s no time for good food and exercise, right? Wrong! Finding time to eat well and exercise is absolutely possible and essential if you want to stick it out in the industry, perform at your peak and see your long term health and wellbeing flourish. 

Read more: Blog Article - Top Health Tips for people on the run

 

The importance of stretching!


The importance of stretching 20th September2013
Author: Shaun Cardillo

Inactivity and poor food choices are a big concern when it comes to our and our children's health. Childhood obesity in Australia is on the rise with 65% of children predicted to be obese by 2020. The two key contributors to these shocking figures include;
Poor food choices - children and families as a whole consuming high fat, high sugar foods rather than a following a nutritionally balanced diet
Inactivity - the changing Australian lifestyle is a lot more sedentary, with TV, computers and electronic hand held games replacing many active pastimes.
We here at NuYu, believe that with a few lifestyle changes these shocking figures can be decreased substantially! With the right education, awareness raising and implementation we hope that in years to come high levels of obesity are a thing of the past.

Stretching plays an important role in any health and fitness regime offering a multitude of benefits from increasing range of movement to prevention of injury. Introducing a practical stretching routine into your fitness regime is a positive step toward improving and prolonging your health and fitness.

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Temptation, how to deal with it!


temptation_nuyu11th September2013
Author: Shaun Cardillo

Inactivity and poor food choices are a big concern when it comes to our and our children's health. Childhood obesity in Australia is on the rise with 65% of children predicted to be obese by 2020. The two key contributors to these shocking figures include;
Poor food choices - children and families as a whole consuming high fat, high sugar foods rather than a following a nutritionally balanced diet
Inactivity - the changing Australian lifestyle is a lot more sedentary, with TV, computers and electronic hand held games replacing many active pastimes.
We here at NuYu, believe that with a few lifestyle changes these shocking figures can be decreased substantially! With the right education, awareness raising and implementation we hope that in years to come high levels of obesity are a thing of the past.

Temptation, when trying to lose weight it seems to surround us. It’s the coffee shop down the road, the birthday cake being passed around the office, the chocolate isle in the supermarket, the wine, beer and cocktail menu, the takeaway menu when you don’t feel like cooking. It can be hard to resist these temptations but here at NuYu we teach our guests how to break temptation down and deal with it from a rational point of view.

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Disaster Dieting!

Disaster Dieting 5th September2013
Author: Shaun Cardillo

Inactivity and poor food choices are a big concern when it comes to our and our children's health. Childhood obesity in Australia is on the rise with 65% of children predicted to be obese by 2020. The two key contributors to these shocking figures include;
Poor food choices - children and families as a whole consuming high fat, high sugar foods rather than a following a nutritionally balanced diet
Inactivity - the changing Australian lifestyle is a lot more sedentary, with TV, computers and electronic hand held games replacing many active pastimes.
We here at NuYu, believe that with a few lifestyle changes these shocking figures can be decreased substantially! With the right education, awareness raising and implementation we hope that in years to come high levels of obesity are a thing of the past.

It's true, we all have tried different diets, whether it's for losing weight, detoxing, building muscle or clearing up our skin and health issues. There are so many fad diets, but do any of them work long term and what are the health implications? We look at some of the disaster diets you should never try. 

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