We’re regularly bombarded with nutrition advice but how do we know what to believe? Does fruit have too much sugar? Should you eat a rainbow diet? Which foods boost your immune system? These are just some of the things that top names in the nutrition world will discuss to debunk myths and set the record straight on nutrition.
Join Rhiannon Lambert (Rhitrition), Dr Rupy Aujla (the Doctor’s Kitchen), Caroline Day (Fight the Fads) and Nick Marston (Chairman of British Summer Fruits) at the event hosted by journalist Rachel Hosie for an insightful panel discussion about all things nutrition.
If you’ve had any burning questions about nutrition or you’ve read something online and you’re not sure it’s true then this event is for you.
The world of fitness can be incredibly intimidating. From the outside, it can appear to be an exclusive club of strict regimes, but I truly believe that everyone should have the same right to look after their body through exercise.
So, I'm so excited to try something new and invite you to a free workout event @OrangetheoryLondon
6.30pm on Wednesday 26th June, at their Wandsworth Studio, London.
After sharing a talk in which I'll remind you that fuelling your body with the right nutrients before and after exercise will give you the energy and strength you need to perform better, you'll join me for a science-backed, technology-tracked, coach-inspired group workout with personalised results! Everyone will wear a heart rate monitor and the class will take you into three separate workout areas – cardio on the treadmill, weight and core exercises on the floor, as well as rowing.
Thinking about whether I prefer a gym or classes, I really do prefer training in a group rather than alone in the gym. Remember, physical training is just one aspect of life that contributes to our health. There's so much research into how social interaction and mental health improvements gained in a group environment can help build sustainable changes in your physical health!
What's really interesting is that the idea of this particular class, is that you want to spend at least 12 minutes of your workout in the Orange Zone (84-91% of your max heart rate) to maximise results. The ‘theory’ part is that you’re trying to produce something called “Excess Post-Exercise Oxygen Consumption” or EPOC. It's known as the “afterburn” effect, meaning increased metabolic rate for up to 36 hours afterwards!
This summer, Historic Royal Palaces Food Festivals is returning to the popular Hampton Court Palace for another foodie extravaganza.
In addition to a delectable selection of artisan producers, a stellar line up of chefs and culinary experts, fabulous entertainment, family fun and great live music; The Kitchen theatre is again set to be a highlight, and this year will feature live cookery demonstrations from a whole host of top chefs and gastronomic experts.
High energy and action-packed, the weekend is bursting full of inspirational people, live events, demos, classes, workshops. The event will be host to a number of the health and fitness worlds most inspirational figures as well as Scotland’s strongest men and women as they battle it out to be crowned the strongest in the country.
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