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  • How Pokemon Go has been Helping people Lose weight

    By Richard Sennewald | In Education, Motivation, Outdoor | on July 27, 2017

      A lot of people are asking if the “game/fad” is actually getting people moving and arguing the good points and the bad points, well a glance at various social medias will clearly show there are a lot of people who have started moving around who never used to before, the Pokémon GO craze is, well, […]

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  • Save the Meat up for another time.

    By Richard Sennewald | In Education, Nutrition | on May 6, 2016

    Sorry; That was a very bad pun. I’m really keen on vegetarian nutrition, I have spent a reasonable amount of time in largely vegetarian communities and I got paired with a vegan house-mate when I went to university, so my exposure, if you want to call it that, with vegetarians was very positive from the start. […]

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  • Maggie De Block – Belgium’s 20-stone minister of health has been catching a lot of flak lately.How can someone so clearly failing at caring for her own health, possibly be able to help anyone else with theirs? This is the same issue a lot of personal trainers suffer and why so many of them are selling themselves on their […]

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  • #fitfam

    By Richard Sennewald | In Education, Motivation, Nutrition | on May 6, 2016

    “Life isn’t worth living if you don’t have at least one all consuming interest” I’ve got a bit of a somber one for you today, but since I discovered Instagram recently (here), I’ve been pondering on this topic for some time… I really dislike some of these fitspiration memes, maybe it is because I totally over-think everything, […]

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  • Shit I got wrong in the past.

    By Richard Sennewald | In Education, Nutrition | on May 6, 2016

    It’s a son of a bitch, reflection. Look back and realise “Wow, that was pretty dumb” Over on Facebook I’ve been calling out… myself. You see, over time, our opinions change, our outlook changes and our beliefs change. That is FINE. Inflexibility is not fine. Clinging to one idea, one thought, one process Is FINE UNLESS […]

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  • Another Reason to Enjoy Coffee

    By Richard Sennewald | In coffee, Education, Nutrition | on November 19, 2015

    A Cup Beats a Tab In a not-so-recent study (Published December 2013) raised some questions recently. (Rat Study Warning) We know that a lot of benefits of eating fresh food comes not only from the Vitamin/mineral and macro-nutrient content of said foods, but also the synergistic effect of everything else within the food. Hence why […]

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