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Around one in six peo­ple suf­fer from ar and mum-of-four Jo Whi­ley tells Richa to stave off early symp­toms of the de­bili

Irish Sunday Mirror - - YOUR HEALTH -

Jo in her el­e­ment as BBC gig host With flow­ers after 26hr char­ity run sup­ple as I can by do­ing stretch­ing ex­er­cises at the gym and re­sis­tance work us­ing weights.

In other words, I’m do­ing as much as I can to re­main both flex­i­ble and strong.

Swim­ming is a pretty safe way to achieve that al­though it does hurt my shoul­ders if I do front crawl. But my mood al­ways changes. I emerge from the wa­ter feel­ing more pos­i­tive and ca­pa­ble and able to deal with that dif­fi­cult phone call or what­ever it is.

I’m de­ter­mined, if at all pos­si­ble, not to suf­fer in the way I see my par­ents suf­fer. I just try to keep ac­tive and take vi­ta­mins on a reg­u­lar ba­sis. I take Seven Seas’ new sup­ple­ment – con­tain­ing turmeric, Glu­cosamine and Omega-3 – each morn­ing.

I’m not only con­cerned with phys­i­cal good health. The char­ity I’ve sup­ported for many years now is Men­cap be­cause my sis­ter Frances was born with a syndr rare c

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