Start the new year healthy with SMART goals — Nutrition Centre, The Ismaili

Set goals are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Timely — otherwise known as SMART goals. Copyright: TheIsmaili.org The start of a new year is a time for reflection and new beginnings, especially after the holiday season. If you plan to make improvements to your lifestyle habits, whether by being more active or cooking more healthily,…

Ismaili Student Network test out healthy juices ahead of UK National Sports Festival – The Ismaili Org Article

The JuiceWala programme of the Ismaili Student Network provides healthy and delicious juice and smoothie drinks at the UK National Sports Festival. Copyright: Ismaili Student Network (UK)   The Ismaili Student Network’s (ISN) successful JuiceWala programme will return to the United Kingdom Jamat’s 2012 National Sports Festival (NSF), to be held at Loughborough University in…

The Ismaili Org: Sport nutrition basics — how to win at any sport

Good food choices support intensive training while limiting risk of injury and illness. Photo: Naveed Osman When talented, well-trained and enthusiastic athletes meet in competition, attention to detail can make all the difference between defeat and victory. What you eat and drink affects how well you train and whether you can compete at your best….

Healthy ageing isn’t all about wrinkles!- The Ismaili News

  Keeping active helps maintain your mental and physical health. Photo: Barkatali Kerai By 2033, nearly one third of the United Kingdom population will be aged 60 years or older. We are living longer — thankfully — but it’s not much fun having those extra years if you suffer from conditions that hamper your quality…

Eating healthy during the month of Ramadan – The Ismaili Org

  Eating dried dates are a good way to get your blood sugar up quickly after a fast. Photo: Nazma Lakhani Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, and in Muslim tradition is a time of heightened commitment to piety and purification. Fasting is among the special observances that Muslims undertake, in which…

What others are saying about the Ismaili Nutrition Centre of UK

Food Standards Agency (UK) The Ismaili Nutrition Centre is an excellent means to provide information on how much fat, saturated fat, salt and sugar is in South Asian family favourites, and how to make them healthier. The website is user-friendly, informative, and provides practical ideas for helping people to improve the balance of their diet,…

Nutrition Centre receives accolades from healthcare professionals at Midlands launch event – The Ismaili

Dr Rowan Hillson, National Clinical Director for Diabetes, samples a healthy version of Chicken Tikka prepared from a Nutrition Centre recipe. Photo: Sadruddin Verjee “The British Dietetic Association proudly supports the excellent work of The Ismaili Nutrition Centre,” declared Andy Burman, the Association’s Chief Executive Officer at the Midlands Launch of the Nutrition Centre. Professionals…