We have set our fitness goals and started the conversation about healthy eating habits – now we are ready to go! But where do we start? There are so many different fitness programmes out there (especially now – programmes promising that you will have your beach-body ready in 30 days). How do you know which
We have been taught that an average of 3-4 exercise sessions for 30-40 minutes weekly is essential to maintain a healthy lifestyle. However, recent studies show that a 1-minute exercise program is more effective, when practised within the framework that it was developed. How can that be, right? One-minute exercises are all I need? What
Our lives are punctuated with many little habits which we indulge in, sometimes without even being aware of them. Over a lifetime, these same habits can be a source of health and wellness, or they can affect us negatively. That’s the power of habit. Here are some simple, new ideas to help you develop good
We all want a work environment that strengthens and complements our health and wellbeing. And this is to be expected because we spend at least one-third of our lives at work. We don’t just want an absence of harmful conditions; we want an environment where we can flourish. We want to work for an organisation
Running is a simple, low-cost way to build your fitness and maintain your weight. And after a year of living with the Covid pandemic, we are all in need of some good solid exercise. Teboho Ndzuzo from our Dananda Talent team, coordinates the Regenesys Running Club, and shares the following benefits of running with us:
This week Prabhakar Rampersadh has contributed this hearty vegan cauliflower soup. He says it’s just the thing to chase the Covid blues away on a cold winter’s evening. Vegan roasted cauliflower soup with potatoes, lemon, and rosemary is simple to make, super satisfying, and so delicious. It’s a healthy form of self-care. Prabhakar says this
Over the last year, we have spent far too much time sitting in a chair. We have spent an inordinate time in digital meetings. Our daily exercise routines have been disrupted. We have spent more time indoors than we normally do. And as a result, we have become a little bit plumper and we have