Got this message last week
It’s seen as one of the best indicators of
Like Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
That is the waist to hip ratio.
Do you know yours?
If not, try this.
Step 1: measure your waist circumference
Grab your tape measure
(Don’t suck in, just relax)
Preferably first thing In the morning after the loo and before eating.
Circle around from the top of your belly button.
Do it 2-3 times to get an accurate measure
Step 2: What’s your hip circumference?
This is the widest part of your bum.
Measure 2-3 times again
Your waist to hip ratio is just your waist / hip
Eg 34 waist / 37 hips = 0.91
According to the World Health Organisation..
Anything above 0.85 for women is considered a health risk.
If higher than 1, then the risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes is much higher.
The good news?
Is quite simple to sort out…
And it’s something we specialise in.
Working with Wiltshire women 40+
We combine the right level of workouts for you (even if you have a joint or health issue)
With the right nutrition habits
To change your body shape.
And get you the Awesome byproducts that often come with it
Like more energy, fitting your clothes better and improved sleep.
And to show you can do this
Even as we head into the festive period…
We are doing a free 5-Day Menopause Mastery Programme specifically for women peri or post menopause to help better manage their symptoms with a step by step plan based on what the research shows.
Perfect to help you stay on track this festive period 🎅 so you can look back differently in January and think “I did that , I made that happen” rather than having it all to do
Starting Monday 20th -25th November