Christmas Greetings from MotleyHealth.com

Merry Christmas, Happy Mid-Winter and a Prosperous New Year To You All

Thank you to all of our readers and faithful community who have made this a great year for MotleyHealth.

In 2016 we will continue to improve our diet and nutrition section and also develop the content in the fitness and strength sections. These sections are really at the root of health and fitness. Whether you are trying to lose weight, run a marathon or just be healthier, these topics are at the heart of the plan and key to success. One of our popular starting points is our page on how to start losing weight.

If you are planning to re-start your weight loss plans in the New Year then we will be here to guide you and help you to reach your goals. We have some exciting developments lined up for 2014 and hope to be able to offer more personalized fitness and diet advice to help you to lose weight and get fit.

This year’s chosen Christmas song is Fairytale Of New York. by The Pogues & Kirsty McColl.

We wish you all good health and happiness in the New Year!

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  2 comments for “Christmas Greetings from MotleyHealth.com

  1. Miss Beyonce
    December 22, 2011 at 2:22 pm

    I need to lose weight by New Year, we have a huge party and I cannot fit in my party dress! I have gained about 20 pounds since the summer and my mum always cooks a huge Christmas dinner. What can I do? I am 19, female and about 5 foot 6

  2. MotleyHealth
    December 22, 2011 at 3:10 pm

    For a moment I thought we had the real Beyonce on! Well, weight loss and Christmas really do not a happy couple make! All you can do really is exercise twice every day – get up earlier, do 30 minutes of light cardio, then in the evening do another 30-45 minutes of exercise, combination of cardio, weights, calisthenics etc. Then just go easy on the food. Take a small portions. If you are having a turkey roast, then remember, this is a healthy meal. Turkey is good lean meat, high in protein, low in fat. Vegetables are healthy (go easy on the roast potatoes). Pudding and cake are the main problems of course! Just exercise and watch what you eat either side of Christmas, but enjoy the day!

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