April 16, 2014
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Keeping Fit

Keeping Fit

Fitness is, we're happy to observe, very popular these days. But there are a lot of ideas of what you need to do, where you need to do it, and what you need to eat and drink – or avoid – to maintain top form. We're here to give you some straightforward, level-headed – and economical – advice.

Home gym on a shoestringHome gym on a shoestring

You don't need to break the bank to break a sweat. If you are on a budget, follow these simple steps for an effective workout at home. More...

Your best home workout movesYour best home workout moves

Home workouts have come a long way. You don't need to join a pricey health club – you can achieve a fitter, slimmer body in the comfort of your own home. More...

Beverages with buzz: the bottom lineBeverages with buzz: the bottom line

Seattle-based dietitian Lola O'Rourke gives the lowdown on sports and energy drinks. More...

The good news about "bad foods"The good news about "bad foods"

Toronto-based dietitian Zannat Reza gives the lowdown on five so-called bad foods that are actually good for you. More...

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