In this column, I would like to invite you all to a very special FREE event on July 22 at 1700 BST. Please register, as you will be sent a copy of the webinar even if you cannot attend live.
The special Diabetes UK webinar is entitled: “How exercise can help people with diabetes”, being held to support and celebrate this year's .
Diabetes, particularly cases of type 2 diabetes, is a growing health problem for people of South Asian descent.
The likelihood of developing is reported to be as much as six times higher in South Asians than in Europeans, with a number of factors – mostly linked with lifestyle – believed to be behind this increased risk. In addition, South Asians tend to have poorer diabetes management, putting them at higher risk of serious health complications.
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As an ambassador for Diabetes UK and in my mission to help people of all ages and ability to Feel Good physically and mentally, this will be an informative session about the benefits of being active to reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes and for those living with .
I’ll be showing you how small changes can make a big difference to our health using practical methods like my 'Exercise Snacking' concept, with lots of tips for you to takeaway!
It is being recorded so if you can’t attend but would like to watch it, please still register and the recording will be sent to you after the event.
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To register please click ; or email with ‘Webinar’ in the subject title.
was awarded an MBE for services to health and fitness during Covid-19. She is passionate about promoting the health benefits of exercise to treat, prevent and reduce risks of common chronic diseases like diabetes, heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s and osteoporosis.
In her regular serieswith iGlobal, the award-winning personal trainer and wellness coach shares stories from her journey into fitness, workout tips and announcements about her upcoming online sessions.
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