Many of us have a canine companion, and whether your furry friend is a puppy or an adult, it is vital to have an idea of your dog’s ideal weight, especially when it comes to mealtimes.
Across the UK, many pet owners are guilty of overfeeding their dog and knowing what weight is healthy for your dog can help to minimise the risk of obesity or health complications such as heart disease, diabetes and arthritis.
Many of us workout these days, whether it’s hitting the gym for an hour in the evening, taking a brisk stroll around the park on a Sunday morning or playing sport with friends. However, few of us decide to transform our bodies quite like the Arnold Schwarzenegger’s and Lou Ferrigno’s of this world.
Although bodyweight is usually associated with our physical health, with measurements such as BMI, body fat percentage and terms such as overweight and underweight, there is also a less-explored connection between weight and mental health.