Look good and feel well with these tips from fitness experts Pat and Karen
1) If you have any of the symptoms mentioned above, just ask your doctor to arrange a simple blood test.
2) Change your eating habits to a low GI food plan. Search online for a list of foods suitable.
3) Avoid all sugary foods including white bread, white pasta, cakes and biscuits, melon, bananas, popcorn, corn and potatoes. Check all labels - especially all cereals.
4) Eat a healthy balanced diet. Vegetables of all colours, low GI fruits, meat (chicken, turkey, lamb), fish, and grains - organic porridge, muesli and nuts.
5) Try to cut down alcohol and fizzy drinks plus juice from cartons that have been pasteurised - it's like liquid sugar.
6) Remember one bottle of white wine is equal to almost 1000 calories, mainly from sugar.
7) Most important of all, get a good weight-training programme. Taxing the body for at least three-quarters of an hour, three times a week.
8) Invest in a good and effective weight-training programme from a trainer who knows what your target is.
9) In two months you will certainly see results if you stay on the programme.
10) You are training for anti-aging. As you get older the benefits will stand to you keeping you healthy and well.