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Top 5 Friday. . . but on a Saturday

Unfortunately I wasn’t able to post this on Friday as usual due to family commitments. Saturday will have to do this week.

This weeks theme is exercise & fats. So, let’s get into the best posts I’ve read this week on these subjects.


In her post Exercise Ideas for Bookworms, Book Beach Bunny gives some great book-related ideas for exercise. They’re all really good suggestions & it’s quite humorous to read. I enjoyed it & learned some ideas I hadn’t even considered before.


Which Fats Are Bad/Sources Of Good Fats is an interesting post by Bar Techniques. It briefly explains “bad” fats & lists some sources, & the same for “good” fats. It’s brief but informative.


If you wanted more in-depth information than I provided in my fats post, Fats in your diet: The good, the bad and the ugly by INSIGHT News is definitely worth the read. This post goes into some very easy to understand detail about fats, their function in the body & recommendations.


Think You Don’t Like Exercise? Think Again! is a really enjoyable read. Fashion Not Fear has a really conversational approach to her posts that I find really appealing. This post delves into the reasons why we think we don’t like exercise & discusses how we come to believe this. Ideas for incorporating enjoyable exercise into your life are also offered here.


In the post WHAT EXERCISE EXCUSES ARE YOU MAKING? Carla West Fitness lists 6 common excuses for not exercising & spells out the ways in which you can combat these barriers. It’s a very comprehensive & well thought out post which has some really valuable information for those struggling to make time or get motivated enough to get past life’s barriers & get moving.


Well, that’s it. My 5 favourite posts on fats & exercise.

Let me know if you read any of these or if you have any great recommendations for me to read.


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Kathryn Carter

I’m Kath, qualified nutritionist & personal trainer. I believe a personalised, flexibile approach to gaining physical & mental well-being is necessary for achieving sustainable lifestyle changes that support both these aspects of health. In the near future I will be offering a range of nutrition & lifestyle education services designed to gain the life my clients want in a way that works for them.


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