There is no short cut to healthy living. It takes months and cannot be achieved via an online fad. Photo: Almany There is no short cut to healthy living. It takes months and cannot be achieved via an online fad. Photo: Almany
There is no short cut to healthy living. It takes months and cannot be achieved via an online fad. Photo: Almany
Olivier Baillet
Opinion

Opinion

Olivier Baillet

There are no shortcuts to fitness – you need to respect the body’s natural clock; bio-hack fads will not work and are unhealthy

  • Everyone is looking for a quick fix – be it weight loss, better sleep, fitness or speed – but the reality is patience is key and all good things take time

There is no short cut to healthy living. It takes months and cannot be achieved via an online fad. Photo: Almany There is no short cut to healthy living. It takes months and cannot be achieved via an online fad. Photo: Almany
There is no short cut to healthy living. It takes months and cannot be achieved via an online fad. Photo: Almany
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