Life Bites

E.g., 18 October 2017

Why I'm Thankful to Bulimia

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WHY I’M THANKFUL TO BULIMIA I was 13 years old the day I first stuck my fingers down my throat and made myself sick. That day is etched in my memory like some still from an old black and white movie...

Kelly's Story

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An amazing and awe-inspiring story of one woman's fight to regain stability and health against often overwhelming odds. Just goes to show, this life can try, but if you're determined not to let it - it won't get you down!

High fat, low carbs…high protein….Paleo?

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Rob Verkerk PhD, founder of Alliance for Natural Health International, gives us the low-down on the Food4Health Plate that challenges the basis of most of the notional plates recommended by governments.

Eating for Victory

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Ever wondered what life was like in years gone by? How about the 2nd World War? Nutritional practitioner Clare Millar proves that enforced frugality wasn't all bad...it was healthier!

My first cycle marathon

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The London to Brighton cycle ride takes in Ditchling Beacon near the end of the 54 miles. It’s the 3rd highest point in the South Downs National Park, 1 mile long and 814 m high with a 9.7% gradient - a challenge for any new cyclist.
Jon Nash Chunky

Body battle

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After ballooning to 18 stones (115kg) as a self-confessed 'mindless' eater with a penchant for comfort food, Jon Nash felt trapped in a body that got in the way of everything – including his love of skydiving, which almost cost him his life.

Is There A Secret To Healthy Ageing?

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Lorraine Nicolle on the secrets to healthy ageing.

RRR - Ronnie Remembrance Ride

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Riding from London to Barcleona to celebrate his Dad’s life changed everything for Dean Beckett – and the lives of friends and families too.

Upping my own game

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Fleur Borrelli spent the last 20 years running a comfortable 'middle distance' – until she was talked into pushing herself beyond her max to run the 2014 Brighton Marathon.

Jess's night ride

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On a balmy evening in May Jess Burrage set off on her bicycle to ride 100km through the night – a challenge she set herself after shedding a huge amount of weight. Fleur Borrelli waded through two thousand beautifully-adorned female riders to join her on the starting line.