We are asking the UK to join us in a national New Year’s resolution to turn obesity around. Whether it’s cooking more healthily, avoiding snacks, or being a little more physically active, join in and make your healthy New Year’s resolution now!
How carpentry and solid oak floors can help with the state of the nations waistline
In today’s hectic world, it can be hard to find the time to do our 30 minutes of recommended exercise that can help curb obesity, fortunately taking up carpentry and installing things like solid oak flooring may just be the answer that the state of the nations waistline needs. By incorporating more active activities into our routines and schedules, we not only get things done but we also burn off some all important calories.
Installing solid oak flooring can help curb obesity
So just how many calories do activities like carpentry, laying solid oak flooring and DIY burn off? Well scientists have estimated that you will typically burn around 300 per hour with these kinds of activities. To put 300 calories into perspective that’s around 15% of your daily recommended guidelines. It’s not just DIY and wooden flooring though, even common tasks like ironing can help burn off fat too, so now there’s no excuse for avoiding it.
The main takeaway is that if you’re short of time or simply don’t have the ability to build exercise into your daily routine on a regular basis, then doing more strenuous hobbies and tasks may just be the answer for you.
How ditching a commercial dishwasher can help the state of the nations waste-line
These days just about every household or kitchen task has been automated with the invention of devices like food processors and a commercial dishwasher. Getting rid of these devices that do indeed make our life easier but cause us to burn off less calories may just be the answer that people need. As previously mentioned, common day to day tasks can really be helpful to shifting those additional calories and doing things like preparing food or dish cleaning, is no exception to this.
National obesity awareness says Ditch your commercial dishwasher and do it manually
Now of course you can burn off more calories by doing specific exercises like jogging or cycling but the battle against obesity is often won by the day to day things that we do including not using industrial dishwashers in favor of cleaning the dishes or chopping the vegetables ourselves. While doing these sorts of trivial tasks manually can seem like a choir, over a long enough time period the calories you burn and the fat that you’ll lose can really add up. As well as getting rid of your kitchen appliances, it is extremely beneficial if the food and dishes that you’re preparing are healthy too!