Keeping fit and healthy when you are at uni is essential. There will be lots of late nights partying and studying so it’s important to keep as healthy as possible between those times to prevent you from burning out.
Healthy doesn’t have to mean bland vegetables and boring salads. The internet has seen a huge rise in food bloggers in recent years and they are taking health and food seriously.
Here are favourites that don’t scrimp on flavour…
We all know we should be drinking more water, don’t we?
Keep caffeine intake to a minimum by switching to decaf tea and coffee where you can, cut down on the number of fizzy drinks and invest in a reusable water bottle you can take everywhere you go.
The benefits of drinking water far outweigh the inconvenience of needing to pee every 10 minutes. They are…
* Increasing energy levels and relieving fatigue
* Flushing out toxins
* Aids in digestion
* Boost your immune system
* Helps relieve and prevent headaches
* Keeps our joints lubricated
* It’s free!
Many universities have on-site gyms with great offers for students but if your uni budget just won’t stretch that far there are lots of other things you can do.
At home and outdoor workouts are crazy popular now with people snubbing gyms in favour of following their favourite insta fitness gurus. Here are our favourites…
* Joe Wicks – The Body Coach