Brantford’s best women’s only fitness centre. Exercise classes, smoothie bar, childcare, equipment room, and community.

519.751.2500 177 Paris Road (Rear Entrance) Mon - Fri 5:30 - 9.00, info@the-fitnesscentre.ca
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November 2022

Diabetes is called a ‘silent killer’ because it doesn’t happen overnight. It is a silent insidious disease that can gradually creep up on you so subtly that you may not notice it is happening. With the increasing proliferation of sugar and sweeteners added to foods, it’s especially hard to avoid added sugars. Many foods that you would never consider as ‘sweet’ have a surprising amount of sugar added. Even something as seemingly minor as ingesting just one soda or fruit juice a day can increase the odds of /*! elementor

Staying active is one of the best things you can do to combat age-related muscle loss (aka sarcopenia). It's a common frustration that many older people face: I'm not as strong as I used to be. What gives? Well, it turns out there's a name for it. This age-related muscle loss is called sarcopenia. And, unfortunately, it happens to just about everyone. People lose as much as 5-10 percent of their muscle mass per decade after they hit age 30.