New measures have been implemented by Savid Javid around how the government plan to tackle the rising increase of youth voilence. This could see children of 12 years old imprisoned if any of the new measures are breached. Measures include bans from social media, curfews and location restrictions on those known to carry knives, increased powers to police around stop and search with extra penalty if a child is found to have a knife on them at school. A breach could result in a 2 year prison sentence.
This morning I and @roseysconvo discussed these measures on GMB, BBC News and this afternoon we will be on ITV lunchtime news (I appear on screen, Rachel tackles the people in position behind the screens)
What are your views. Can this work? Is it reactive? What other measures or consideration do you think Is required?. I want to hear your views #children#youngpeople#schools#education#stopandsearch#parents#mothers#fathers#solutions#realsolutions#proactive#reactive#stratergies
WE CAN GAIN 1LB OF FAT OVER THE HOLIDAYS
Strategies to help reduce those added calories
1) DON'T LEAVE THE HOUSE HUNGRY
Before you head out for your festive event, make sure you fill yourself up with something healthy, like a big salad, protein shake or just some fruit and veg. This way you will most likely avoid mindless snacking at the party.
2)LISTEN TO YOUR BODY
Are you really hungry? Do you need more?” Be aware of your body signals, especially your hunger. If you feel a hunger pang, wait another 30-60 minutes to make sure it is the real hunger and not just a craving.
Don't use the holiday an excuse to massively over indulge on portion sizes. It will bite you back in your ass come January.
Make sure to always have a glass of water with you, refilling it during the event/party. This great habit will not only keep you hydrated and help you avoid the hangover, but it will also keep your stomach fuller.
Get out for a walk first thing in the morning for 20-60minutes to reset blood sugar levels as we want to increase our GLUT4 receptors so they can take carbs into our cells rather than float around our body and eventually turn into fat.
6)GO FOR A WALK AFTER MEAL
Prevent overindulging and free up some space.
It's the little things that will help.
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