We have plenty of caffeine lovers in the WHC office. We love a nice strong cuppa as much as the next guy or girl! However it pays to be conscious of how you drink your daily coffee as you can run the risk of it pushing you into unhealthy territory. Continue reading The Covert Calories In Your Daily Coffee Hit
The workplace can be the absolute sabotage culprits of your healthy efforts: Office kitchen cupboards packed with sugary biscuits, chips and lollies for those afternoon cravings; cafes and takeaway joints on every corner with bain maries full of fried fatty foods and pastries. It can be total torture! If you and your team want to really succeed in this Workplace Health Challenge, you need to be creating the optimal environment that is going to support your new habits. Continue reading Healthy Office Snack Hacks
This week we thought we’d hustle up seven awesome motivational quotes to keep you on track heading towards your goals! Don’t lose that determined spark folks, we’ve got a quote for every day of your week! Continue reading Seven Days of Motivational Quotes
When consuming a balanced diet, it is important to limit your intake of sugar. There is much discussion around the sugar content of fruit and whether or not consuming them in large amounts is bad for your health. Continue reading Is The Sugar In Fruit Bad For Me??
Have you kicked your daily sugary soft drink habits and filled your fridge with diet colas and lemonades? You may be surprised to hear that this switch will likely provide little to no benefits to your health. Diet soft drinks, whilst they rate zero on the calorie scale, are not your healthy friends. After all, there has to be something in that glass that makes it taste sweet, right? Continue reading Why Diet Soda Is Keeping You Fat
Obesity is the number one health issue facing the developed world. That’s bigger than drugs, bigger than cancer. Obesity is defined as excessive fat accumulation that may impair one’s health. Although many may talk about the role of genetics in effecting our very weighty status, this does not explain why the percentage of overweight people making up the populations of so many first world countries continues to tragically rise and rise generation after generation. Continue reading The Obesity Epidemic