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Summer bodies and supporting healthy weight loss

When "1" isn't the loneliest number

Summer is finally upon us (hooray!) which for many of us means holidays and summer fun with our families. It can also be a time when many women worry about their bodies, and especially the idea of wearing beachwear and revealing more of themselves then perhaps they are comfortable with. Everywhere you turn there are […]

August “Eat Healthy” – Sleep & Exercise

Our series continues with a look at the importance of sleep and exercise to our overall well-being; Sleep and Exercise are an important aspect in overall Health and Well-being and Weight Management. It may seem obvious that exercise is good for us as we are all told that from a young age but many of […]

February “Eat Healthy” – We are all unique!

Welcome to Kalila’s “Eat Healthy” series. Our goal is to look at the guidelines, talk about food in general and search for the evidence to help make small but effective changes in our lives and in the lives of our families. We really just want to get to know more about food so that we […]

January “Eat healthy” – From Resolutions…to real change!

Happy new year! If you want to make real changes for you and your family in 2017 how can you identify your goals and begin taking those first steps? It may sound funny to ask about goals but often understanding what you really want is the cornerstone to making change. Do you want to lose […]

Finding “fitness” after giving birth

For many of us, we are so focused on staying healthy during our pregnancy that when baby arrives we hit the wall and don’t know where to turn. Sleepless nights, feeding and juggling one or perhaps more babies are all valid reasons why us mums melt down and rest and relaxation seem a world away. So how can […]

Finding “fitness” after giving birth

For many of us, we are so focused on staying healthy during our pregnancy that when baby arrives we hit the wall and don’t know where to turn. Sleepless nights, feeding and juggling one or perhaps more babies are all valid reasons why us mums melt down and rest and relaxation seem a world away. So how can […]

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