Maintaining Fitness during Summer Here at Love Your Gut we realise the importance of exercise to keep your gut healthy, we also know that during the summer it is common for people to feel out of rhythm with their fitness routine and lack fitness motivation. For many people summer is the time for winding down […]
National Allotments Week National Allotments Week was started in 2002 by the National Allotment Society. It started as a way of raising awareness of allotments and the role they play in helping people to live healthier lifestyles, grow their own food, develop friendships and bolster communities. The campaign week is still thriving 12 years later […]
The UK Department of Health recommends that adults between the ages of 19-64 should try to do 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity every week which includes exercises such as fast walking, jogging and swimming. Strength exercises are also recommended, particularly those that work the major muscles. Strength exercises can also be a great […]
Your diet and gut health: a few useful tips The theme for this year’s World Digestive Health day is ‘Your Diet and Gut Health’. Food intolerances are common in those with digestive health problems. In aid of World Digestive Health Day, Love Your Gut has put together some tips on managing irritable bowel syndrome, a […]
2016 marks the ten year anniversary of the introduction of bowel cancer screening in the UK. Bowel Cancer UK is urging people during Bowel Cancer Awareness Month to spread the word among their family, friends and colleagues to take part in screening.
This year the theme for World Health Day is Diabetes…
Mini Easter eggs, try our healthy alternative!
In the UK, 7,000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer every year. Survival rates from ovarian cancer are low, only 46% of women survive the disease 5 years after they have been diagnosed. One of the key explanations for poor survival from ovarian cancer is late stage diagnosis. There is currently no national screening programme […]
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