Bahamas Health & Fitness

Your body is the machine that will carry you through life. If you are in perfect health, you should hardly feel your body at all. There should be no pains or discomfort. Your appetite should be good. You should wake in the morning cheerful and refreshed, full of energy for the day's activities. And you should go to bed at night, tired, perhaps, but quickly dropping off to sleep.

Eat right, exercise, and visit a doctor at regular intervals, at least once a year. By following simple and sensible rues of good health, you can maintain a healthy lifestyle and get more out of life.

Shield Against Germs

Germs and bacteria are everywhere, including the place you strive to keep the cleanest: your home. To shield against germs, consumers are spending more than $1 billion annually on antimicrobial products, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).


Spa Treatments

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SpaSmitten delivers the essential, aromatic and rejuvenating skincare products you'd find at the spa, but without you ever having to step foot out of your house.


Get A Jump On Your Day

ExerciseThis fun, easy jumping squat will pep up your step by helping to loosen up your whole body, and it may not even feel like exercise because you'll be distracted by dropping and catching the bouncy weighted ball.


Food Pyramid Dietary Guidelines

The Pyramid suggests eating a variety of foods to get the necessary nutrients while also consuming correct portions to maintain a healthy weight.

Start with lots of grains, breads, cereals, rice, pasta, vegetables, and fruits. Add 2-3 servings from the milk group and 2-3 servings from the meat group. Remember to go easy on fats, oils, and sweets, the foods in the small tip of the Pyramid.


Bahamas Health & Fitness News

The U.S. Embassy Supports Hurricane Joaquin Relief Effort
The U.S. Mission to The Bahamas is working together with the Government of The Bahamas and the Bahamian people to respond in the aftermath of Hurri...

U.S. Embassy and Special Olympics Bahamas Partner for Eunice Kennedy Shriver Day
For the sixth consecutive year, U.S. Embassy Nassau volunteers led by Chargé d?Affaires a.i. Lisa Johnson partnered with Special Olympics Bahamas o...

Lodge Provides Additional Scholarship Funds
The partnership between Lodge C. R. Walker and The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institution (BTVI) was recently strengthened.



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