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Saga Fit For Life

Saga Fit For Life
Magazine

Fit for Life is packed full of information, expert comments, ideas and motivation on almost every topic of health, fitness and motivation you can think of. We feature some of the most relevant issues that we face as we get older, from bowel cancer to beetroot juice, magnesium to menopause and Alzheimer’s to avocados. With topics that you may be familiar with and some that might surprise you, we hope that you’ll find this MagBook interesting, motivating and educational. Recommendations on health and fitness change constantly and it can be hard to keep up with this pace of change and even harder to adjust our habits of a lifetime. Adopt an open mindset, a positive “can do” attitude and take responsibility for your own health, and you’ll be well on the way to being “Fit for Life”.


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Frequency: One time Publisher: Dennis Publishing UK Edition: Saga Fit For Life

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: January 15, 2014

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Health & Fitness

Languages

English

Fit for Life is packed full of information, expert comments, ideas and motivation on almost every topic of health, fitness and motivation you can think of. We feature some of the most relevant issues that we face as we get older, from bowel cancer to beetroot juice, magnesium to menopause and Alzheimer’s to avocados. With topics that you may be familiar with and some that might surprise you, we hope that you’ll find this MagBook interesting, motivating and educational. Recommendations on health and fitness change constantly and it can be hard to keep up with this pace of change and even harder to adjust our habits of a lifetime. Adopt an open mindset, a positive “can do” attitude and take responsibility for your own health, and you’ll be well on the way to being “Fit for Life”.


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