A celebrity personal trainer has shared how to ditch the 'dad bod' and transform your body by following her simple five-step formula. Sam Jackson, an Australian fitness expert, is known for famously helping Hollywood legend Mel Gibson shed a staggering 14 kilograms in just eight weeks in 2018. The health coach worked with Mel to trim his waist down by 27 centimetres - a feat achieved through a mix of exercise, nutrition and regular phone consultations. Speaking at the time Mel said: 'I was bemoaning the fact that I couldn't get rid of my "spare tyre". Now, all my clothes fit and my back doesn't hurt anymore. I sleep better. It was pretty miraculous. Sam Jackson (pictured) is a Perth-based fitness expert famously helped Hollywood legend Mel Gibson (pictured right) shed 14 kilograms in just eight weeks 'I feel good, really healthy. You're eating more often, but better. And drinking protein shakes every day. Work out a little. Got more energy to work out.' Sam said persistent … [Read more...] about Ditch your ‘dad bod’ in eight weeks! Celebrity personal trainer behind Mel Gibson’s 14 kilogram weight loss reveals the five tricks she used to do it
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Labour is promising free personal care in England for over-65s most in need of it, so they will not have to pay for help with dressing, washing and meals.Currently, state help with the cost of home or residential help is available for those with assets below £23,250.Labour says the pledge, costing an estimated £6bn a year, will double the number of those not having to pay. It would bring England into line with Scotland, where personal care is free for those with the most severe needs.In his keynote speech to the Labour conference on Monday, shadow chancellor John McDonnell said the move would be funded out of general taxation. A future Labour government would pass legislation to enshrine a right to free personal care for those most in need, consulting on "eligibility criteria to ensure this system works for all". Nick Triggle: Does free personal care solve the crisis?Labour said it would give more details of how it would be paid for in its election manifesto but the … [Read more...] about Labour pledges free personal care for over-65s in England
The story of a man live tweeting his "feud" with a fellow irritable airline passenger did the so-called rounds on the internet. The ordeal occurred during peak US holiday travel leading up to Thanksgiving. It was dubbed "hilarious" by various outlets, like Jezebel , the Mirror, and Yahoo!. Elan Gale, the man behind the tweets, appears to have gained a significant number of new Twitter followers and managed to trend a hashtag #TeamElan, to obtain – I suppose – support. Yet, beyond the laughter and the mockery, beyond his and those media outlets' massive audience's jeers and "support", there's a disturbing aspect of laughing at harmless strangers that should trouble us all; one that appears excused just because it's "online" and because the other person made some minor errors. Let's look beyond the fact that the alleged distressed woman could have been your anxious mother, sister, friend, lover; let's also look beyond the disproportionate response of using a platform where … [Read more...] about Don’t cheer online nastiness – even when directed at an annoying person
Leading dietitians have examined some of the most popular nutrition myths - and revealed those you need to stop believing. While being smart about the food you eat is a must, this doesn't mean every fad has as much benefit as it claims. Some of the current trends to come under the spotlight include whether brown carbs are better for you or that you need to eat protein within 45 minutes of working out. The Australian experts also debunk myths surrounding saturated fats or if a gluten-free diet is healthier. One myth you can stop believing is that you need to eat protein within 45 minutes of working out to get muscle-building benefits (stock image) What foods are high in complex carbs? * Quinoa* Brown rice* Wholemeal pasta* Legumes* Dairy * Starchy vegetables like sweet potato 1. Brown carbs are better than white When it comes to choosing carbs, brown carbs are generally considered the healthier choice. However, according to dietitian Jo Hollington, this … [Read more...] about Brown carbs are ‘better’ than white and you ‘must eat protein right after working out’: The seven nutrition myths you should stop believing NOW
Political parties have been talking about reforming social care for the past 20 years, amid claims the system is in crisis, with services stretched and thousands of people having to sell their homes to fund care.Tony Blair came to power in 1997 promising to look at it - and since then, countless ideas have been put forward by all the parties.The latest proposal has been made by Labour. Free personal care will be introduced for the over-65s in England if the party gains power. What's happened to the social care plan? 'I'll be broke if I live to 100' NHS care funding a 'postcode lottery' What impact will this have?Adult social care encompasses the support provided by councils to older people and younger adults with disabilities.It includes everything from support to people in their own home to day centres and round-the-clock support in care homes.The Labour policy looks at the personal care element of this for older people - help washing and dressing or preparing meals but not the cost … [Read more...] about Social care: Is free personal care the answer?