20 steps to a healthier you with GloHealth - Step 20: Treat yourself

Anyone following a healthy training and diet regime should allow themselves one Treat Night per week according to Jessica Cooke, Galway-based health and fitness expert.

“It’s very important to take time out from a healthy eating and fitness regime. This can help keep you motivated for the following week,” she says.

Treat Night is the night to enjoy everything you like best, says Jessica – so pick one night when you break from your fitness and healthy eating regime to go out with friends or partner for a thoroughly enjoyable evening.

If you want to take time out, GloHealth give you cash back on massages and Reiki when you choose their Complementary Therapy package.

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