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Lisa Cuerden on the power of vitamin D
Lisa Cuerden on women lifting weights
Lisa Cuerden on intermittent fasting
Lisa Cuerden on what we should be drinking for fitness
Choose the right exercise to reach your goals
Columnist and fitness guru Lisa Cuerden creates an exercise routine that you can do at home
Keeping Fit with Lisa Cuerden
Contrary to popular belief, eating fat doesn’t make you fat. It’s all about eating the right type. If you do this then it actually helps you to burn fat!
"I recommend an absolute minimum of two litres of water a day, ideally filtered" writes Lisa Cuerden
"Don't be one of those people who just talks about what they want to achieve and doesn't do it!" writes Lisa Cuerden
"Don't worry if you've been fooled by Agave Syrup. You're not alone" writes Lisa Cuerden
"An intense yoga course in Los Angeles has taught me how to meditate and live a much calmer lifestyle" writes Lisa Cuerden
"It's not an easy workout. It's hardcore but that's why it produces fantastic results" writes Lisa Cuerden
Keeping Fit guru Lisa Cuerden on the importance of squeezing in a bit of activity
Keeping Fit with Lisa Cuerden looks at the pros and cons of out java fix
Lisa Cuerden on whether coffee is good or bad for you
Last week I discussed the benefits of fasting but also pointed out that many people are following fasting programmes without understanding the long and short-term effects fasting it can have...
Sleep and rest is just as important as exercise and nutrition.
We all have good days and bad days. But, did you know that your emotional state has a huge effect on your physical health.
At this time of year lots of people are going on a new diet and trying a new fitness regime. There are so many to choose from, how do you know which one works and which are short term fixes?
"Drinking on an empty stomach will guarantee you the worst hangover the next day" writes Lisa Cuerden
"The only way to avoid too much sugar in your diet is to cook real food, homemade from scratch" writes Lisa Cuerden
"Mineral levels may be low even if you are following a healthy diet for a variety of reasons" writes Lisa Cuerden
"It is just as important as any other form of exercise in helping you have a fitter and healthier life" writes Lisa Cuerden
"Many factors will affect fat loss in a big way. Pay attention to what is happening in your life" writes Lisa Cuerden
"There are no quick fixes to being fit and healthy - no special pills or shakes" writes Lisa Cuerden
"The great thing about Insanity is that you will soon be able to do it with an instructor, not just a DVD" writes Lisa Cuerden
Fitness trainer Lisa Cuerden on the positive power of a good kip
Lisa Cuerden gives her Keeping Fit tips for tipples over the Christmas season
Following on from last week’s article regarding the effect that exercise can have on depression, I wanted to discuss the importance of your diet and how this also has a huge effect on your mood.
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