Posts Tagged ‘wellness’
Find out how to improve your mood, motivation, memory and mental focus from Patrick Holford, award winning and world renown nutritionist at Favourite Things on November 25. While you can purchase your tickets at the Organic Foods & Café, they have also arranged some specially discounted tickets for their customers which you can purchase directly from Favourite Things for AED80 while stocks last. For anyone looking for a kick start to improving their wellbeing, this is an event not to be missed. Read more
If you’ve been sleeping in the back of the class, they’re natural foods, high in nutrients and antioxidants to help keep the body healthy. Once your baby has started on solids, a number of them can easily be incorporated into the diet, with all the attendant benefits. However, don’t become too fixated on one nutrient for your baby – they need a varied diet of healthy foods like dairy, wholegrains, fruit, vegetables, meat and fish. Read more
The number of overweight children in the UAE is unfortunately increasing. Dubai in particular has a high rate of childhood obesity and diabetes. Research shows that overweight children are more likely to become overweight adults.
Here are some helpful tips from My Gym coupled with advice from Mother, Baby & Child Magazine. Read more
Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the UAE and is also one of the biggest killers of woman in our country. In a joint effort to address this issue Ghantoot Racing & Polo Club and Health Authority Abu Dhabi (HAAD) are organising an exhibition polo game under the concept of Pink Polo. Pink Polo aims to be a fun way to raise awareness of breast cancer and provide a different opportunity to educate woman and their families to overcome taboos associated with the disease. Read more
During the month of October Breast Cancer is frequently highlighted in the press with many charity events taking place throughout Dubai but along with Breast Cancer we must not forget the second most common killer of women worldwide – Cervical Cancer. Most cervical cancers are caused by the sexually transmitted infection human papillomavirus (HPV). Read more
Cycling 5 days, passing through all 7 of the United Arab Emirates and covering just under 370km.
Sponsored by Fitness First.