Sitting at a desk all day is detrimental to our health, but a big part of the population still does it for five days each week. Find out what can be done to promote a healthier lifestyle in an office environment!
Who doesn't like hummus? It's quick, delicious, versatile and goes with several dishes. Served with bread or vegetable sticks, it's perfect for a quick snack, and it's always a crowd pleaser at parties. Unfortunately, store bought hummus often comes with several unnecessary and unhealthy ingredients. Many times, there's even added sugar in it! If you'd like a healthier version, try this recipe. You'll have healthy home made hummus in just five minutes!
Having strong and stable hips is extremely important. We require hip stability for all standing activities, even just walking or running, and weak hips can set us up for pain and injuries along the way. Unfortunately, because most of us spend too much time sitting down, the muscles surrounding our hips are often weak and need strengthening through targeted exercises. You can try the four exercises below to strengthen your hips!
Make these layered heart biscuits for yourself or a loved one if you feel like a special treat! They're almost too pretty to eat, but taste amazing too.
Can you squat down until you almost sit on the floor while keeping your feet flat on the floor too? Can you bend down and touch your toes? If not, it is time to work on some hip and lower body mobility!
Are you sitting for most of the day, either at work, at home or in your car? If so, it might be a good idea to do something for your health and wellbeing and look for ways to get a little bit more active.
If you like matcha, chai flavour and chocolate, and if you would like to try something a little experimental, this "chocolate" bark recipe is for you!
It doesn't always have to be meat! If you are looking for a quick and tasty alternative to meat in a meal or if you're cooking for vegetarians and don't know what to make, look no further.
Do you ever aim to train your back, but end up feeling the exercise mainly in your arms? This happens a lot! Learning how to build that mind-muscle connection and actually feeling the exercises you're doing where you want to feel them will transform your back workouts completely!