A lot of people these days are preoccupied with looking after their health. There are obvious benefits to this, and we seem to be more conscious of our well-being. Luckily, there’s plenty you can do on a daily and weekly basis to look after your health and your body. Continue reading
Fast food restaurants have a bad reputation when it comes to health. With their partiality to super sizes, deep frying and plenty of salts, there is a certain logic here. However, in the last ten years, obesity awareness has increased, and fast food joints have taken positive steps. Continue reading
Gym injuries can be painful. Both physically, and to your pride. There’s no worse feeling than a tight muscle on the treadmill. Or feeling a twinge in your shoulder. If gone unnoticed, they can lead to something serious. It’s important we take care of our bodies and treat injuries with care. Hopefully, this guide will help you deal with any injuries you suffer, as well as preventing them. Continue reading
Last week a new beauty brand launched onto the scene with an event at Gaucho in London. The brand, Fountain of Youth, was born from a range of skincare products designed to help in the recovery of cosmetic surgery patients. This means they are gentle but effective. Continue reading
An apple a day keeps the doctor away. A glass of red wine is good for your blood. A gin a day? Well, we’re not quite sure what the adage is for that. But, there are some surprising health benefits of consuming a fresh glass of gin and tonic. It goes without saying that drinking the bottle is not good for you and never will be. But, one humble glass of gin and tonic could be incredibly beneficial for your health.
Let’s take a look at why gin, and in particular tonic, is good for you. Continue reading
You only get one body, so you must take care of it to the best of your abilities. You can’t always stop yourself from getting ill, but you can do your best to make sure you feel and look good. Use these 8 essential tips regularly to get the most out of them: Continue reading
The Paleo diet has been championed on The Pleasure Forecast before but it’s now time to look into exactly what it is, why people eat in this way and how it can benefit your health.
Paleo is all about going back to the way that Paleolithic man ate thousands of years ago. That means plenty of meat, fish, fruit and vegetables.
The idea is that we go back to eating how our bodies evolved to eat. So many people have intolerances to gluten and dairy — even if it’s not severe — and we’re one of the few mammals that consume milk past infancy. The reason these health problems occur is because we’re not evolved to eat like this. Continue reading
This slightly ambiguous title isn’t anything sexual (sorry) but it’s about taking part in a team sport. Our first guest post from Ali Bunn – or should that be Knockturn Ali?
If you read the Pleasure Forecast regularly you’ll know by now that fitness is dead important for enjoying the life you lead. Physically this is understandable – exercise releases endorphins which make you happy in the short term. In the long term regular exercise helps to control your weight and boost your energy too. There are mental benefits as well, though… Continue reading
Hello new gym goers! How are those 2014 resolutions going? Are you in the gym three times a week as you promised you would be? I’m guessing that if you’re here you’re either answering ‘no’ to that final question or you’re struggling.
As someone who was petrified of the gym, I know how you feel. You feel like everyone is looking at you, judging what you’re doing and how much you can lift. I promise, that’s not the case. Continue reading
Before I get started on this, I’m not saying your dream body has to conform to supermodel standards, nor do you have to be toned and muscular. Your dream body is wherever you feel comfortable and these resources will help you to get there regardless of whether you want to become a lingerie model or just want to be able to move better and more often. Continue reading