Lavina Mehta MBE

TV & Radio’s Award Winning
Personal Trainer & Wellness Coach
MBE for Services in Health & Fitness

FEEL GOOD with Exercise

ATTENTION!! Do you want a miracle CURE, which is FREE, had an immediate effect & you can start now??!! 


Did you know that Exercise can reduce the risk of developing several major diseases by up to 50% & lower your risk of early death by up to 30%.  

It is medically proven that people who do regular physical activity have: 

➡️ Up to a 35% ⬇️Lower risk of Coronary Heart Disease & Stroke 

➡️ Up to a 50% ⬇️Lower risk of Colon Cancer 

➡️ Up to a 20% ⬇️Lower risk of Breast Cancer 

➡️ Up to a 30% ⬇️Lower risk of early death 

➡️ Up to a 83% ⬇️Lower risk of Osteoarthritis  

➡️ Up to a 65% ⬇️Lower risk of Hip Fracture 

➡️ Up to a 30% ⬇️Lower risk of falls (among older adults) 

➡️ Up to a 30% ⬇️Lower risk of Depression  

➡️ Up to a 30% ⬇️Lower risk of Dementia 

Still not convinced?! Being physically active can help you lead a healthier & happier life. Research shows it ⬆️boosts self-esteem, mood, sleep quality, energy; ⬇️reduces risk of stress, mental health issues, lowers blood pressure & cholesterol levels.  

The Department of Health & Human Services recommends ATLEAST 150-300 minutes (2.5 to 5 hours) a week of moderate aerobic activity or 75 mins (1.25 to 2.5 hours) a week of vigorous aerobic activity, or a combination of both. Plus STRENGTH TRAINING exercises for all major muscle groups ATLEAST 2x a week – lifting free weights, using weight machines, body weight training or using resistance bands.  

Lifting weights for less than an hour a week may reduce your risk of a heart attack or stroke by 40-70% according to a new Iowa State university study.  

Yes, strength training helps build and maintain muscle mass & strength. And yes, it helps you lose weight by increasing your metabolism to help you burn more calories. However strength training has bone benefits beyond those of aerobic weight bearing exercises. It increases bone density and reduces the risk of osteoporosis. It targets bones of the hips, spine & wrists – which are most likely to fracture. What’s more, resistance workouts that include moves emphasising power & balance, enhance strength and stability (reduces risk of potential falls.) This helps us maintain our independence as we age & enhance our quality of life by improving our ability to do everyday activities. 🙏 

Want to FEEL GOOD, have more energy and even add years on to your life?  It simple, just exercise!