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The 4 Things You Need to Have Figured Out By 40

Published by Autumn on June 07, 2021 There’s no denying the overwhelming amount of pressure society places on us to achieve things by a certain age. Social media doesn’t help, either. But if you take a step back and cast your sight further, there is more than just material achievements.  Here’s a simple guide on what you need to have figured out by 40.  1. Your Retirement Plan Palms trees…the salty smell of the sea…a piña colada in hand…while this sounds like a dream, don’t beat yourself up if you’re just getting started or you haven’t met some

Figuring Out Your Calorie Intake Isn’t Rocket Science – Here’s Why

"How Much Calories Do I Need A Day?" by Health Promotion Board, 7 December 2020, http://www.healthhub.sg If you're not already aware of your daily calorie intake, it’s time to start! Consuming more than you need will lead to weight gain. The recommended daily calorie intake for men and women are different. Figuring out Your Daily Calorie Intake Isn’t Rocket Science Being conscious of your calorie intake can help you maintain a healthy weight, or lose a few extra pounds if necessary. The average recommended daily caloric intake is 2200 calories for males, and 1800 calories for females. These

Reverse Pre-diabetes with These 4 Simple Steps

"Reverse Pre-diabetes with These 4 Simple Steps" by Health Promotion Board, 12 April 2021, http://www.healthhub.sg You can reverse pre-diabetes and prevent type 2 diabetes with healthier lifestyle choices and habits Diabetes is a chronic medical condition in which the blood sugar level in the body remains high for prolonged periods of time. In Singapore, it is estimated that one out of nine people aged between 18 and 69 has diabetes — about 11.3 percent of our population! What is Type 2 Diabetes? Preventing Type 2 diabetes is possible. Some risk factors, such as being overweight or obese, following

A Senior’s Best Way to Start Exercising Without Feeling Like A Dread!

"Exercises for the Elderly: Never Too Late to Start!" by National Health Group, 22 Jul 2020, http://www.healthhub.sg Benefits of Exercise for Older Adults According to researchers, half an hour of light exercise, six days a week is all that is needed for an elderly person to reduce their chances of mortality by more than 40 per cent. This was the conclusion drawn after a 12-year Norwegian study of 6,000 men aged 73 and above. Those who took a brisk walk daily reduced their mortality rate by almost half compared to the sedentary group. Regular exercise reduces the risk

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