By: Ashleigh Smith Date: April 2016 I don’t know about you but before I learnt how to read labels I would stand in the shop with one product in each hand trying to decipher the tiny letters and numbers written on the back or side. Food labels can sometimes be misleading with health claims, flashy packaging or confusing messages leaving you very confused as to if it’s classified as a healthy option. On the other hand, food labels can provide you with a great deal of information about that product and once you know how to read them you will feel so empowered.
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You shouldn't exercise when you're pregnant they said.. but they obviously haven't heard of RWFL. see Madelene Loots' story below….
This is Madelene Loots, who is 33 weeks pregnant. Under the expert guidance of her Run/Walk For Life Kimberly manager, she completed the Two Oceans 21.1 km. Run/Walk For Life doesn’t only exercise athletes but we specialise in exercising everybody, even moms-to-be.
Run/Walk For Life Milnerton Welcome Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu
Look who joined Run/Walk For Life. We welcome you the Arch and may you have many happy kilometres.
Running and Walking Clubs as a Business
Are you looking for a part-time business . . . Doing what you love? Run/Walk For Life has franchise opportunities available Nationally – at little or no cost to the right applicants. For further information contact Matthew 011 367 9400 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Perfect "Padkos"
By: Wilna Eksteen Date: March 2016
FUTURELIFE® Fun Facts: • “Padkos” is a very Afrikaans word that has its own English definition in the Oxford dictionary. • “Padkos” is snacking on the move, and how much do South Africans love those two things: snacking and going places • The fun of snacking can quickly turn into overeating
THE PERFECT “PADKOS” We grow up with the idea of a road trip always including a basket of some sort in the car that is full of ‘gold’. This basket is full of those things that you never get at home or are only allowed to eat on special occasions. Recipes that have been passed on from generations are placed into one container, enjoyed by all and indulged in without any guilt. This is called ‘Padkos’.
Congratulations to the following two Run/Walk For Life Grahamstown members who excelled at the Eastern Province Athletics Awards ceremony for 2015. Jene Banfield (Left) was crowned Veteran Road runner of the year and Terri-Lynn Penney is the Sub Veteran Road Runner of the year. Well done to these two athletes and to Stephen Penny, the Grahamstown branch manager.