Sugar awareness week 2020

This week is Sugar Awareness Week. Sugar is found is a variety of foods. Free sugars are sugars added to food or drinks (biscuits, cakes, sweets, chocolates, cereals, ice-creams, fizzy drinks, flavoured yoghurts). Sugars in honey, syrups and fruits juices also count as free sugars. Eating too much sugar can cause weight gain, tooth decay and diabetes. The World Health Organization recommends that added sugar intake is no more than 24g (6 teaspoons) per day.

 

Action plan:

šŸŽUnderstand the health impacts of consuming too much sugar
šŸŽ Create an environment so that there is less temptation to consume sugar
šŸŽ Replace sugary snacks with fruits, low-GI carbohydrates, unprocessed nuts, protein rich food (balanced diet)
šŸŽ Encourage healthy eating habits
šŸ° Enjoy a slice of cake at celebrations without feeling guilty

Are you trying to cut back on sugar? Let me know how you are getting on.

Easy peasy paella

This paella is inspired by @thebodycoach #Leanin15 ‘easy-peasy paella’.

A delightful, tasty meal for the family in 20 minutes! Ingredients include chicken, king prawn, red pepper, peas, spinach.

 

Personal training sessions in Leatherhead Surrey – giveaway

To celebrate my birthday in December and staying fit at 39, I am offering 4 x 30 min personal training sessions to one follower. If you want to get fitter and healthier in 2020, simply email info@WinnieFitness.com with your name, email address, health goals to enter.

Iā€™m specialised in the following areas:
šŸŒŸKickstart fitness
šŸŒŸPre/postnatal fitness
šŸŒŸNutrition and fitness for weight loss
šŸŒŸFitness for over 60s
šŸŒŸFitness prescription for the management of certain medical conditions (e.g. high blood pressure, diabetes)