Archive for May, 2012

Posted by Samantha Rentz on May 31st 2012

Advances in medical science come and nutritional fads go, but we keep on eating soup to get better when we’re ill. It’s been the same for centuries and new research suggests why. On the sofa or tucked up in bed feeling ill? Chances are you’re tucking into some hot soup to help you feel better. […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on May 31st 2012

As obesity rates continue to climb, nutritional scientists in labs around the world are trying to answer the question: what fills us up?  ‘How we can become satiated on good foods – in other words, eat less and feel less hungry – has become the big question,’ says obesity specialist Dr Alex Johnstone, of the […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on May 31st 2012

We know that increasing and maintaining adequate muscle mass is one of the best ways to keep body fat at bay and to improve overall fitness, particularly as we age. We also know that weight lifting is the best way to build muscle mass. Still, the number of women who actually participate in any formal […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on May 31st 2012

Hello and welcome to this month’s Roko Nottingham Newsletter.I hope everyone is in great spirits and looking forward to the summer period. We all know how hard it can be to reach that beach body look we all desire so I would like to congratulate all those taking part in our new beach body programme. […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on May 31st 2012

This is a special blog for R.E.A.L superstar Patrick our graphic designer guru, who broke his arm by being knocked over by a dog. Broken wrists may be one of the most common injuries, yet they remain difficult to diagnose. With two main bones (radius and distal) and eight smaller ones (carpal), it often takes […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on May 31st 2012

New research has revealed that a little ‘switch’ in the brain could be held partly responsible for some cases of obesity. As with any type of wiring, sometimes there is a malfunction and this seems to be the case here. Instead of performing its normal function and sending a signal to the brain to say […]

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