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Walking your way to healthier lifestyle

A PROJECT to encourage more people to take up walking for their health is appealing for folk to train as walk leaders or inviting them to come along and enjoy taking part in the walks.

Walking is an effective way of staying fit and healthy, with walking regularly being shown to reduce the risk of many chronic illnesses, including heart disease, type two diabetes, asthma, stroke and even some cancers.

Step It Up Highland (SIUH) is a Partnerships for Wellbeing project, funded by Paths for All and designed to encourage people to reap the rewards and health benefits of walking, with a series of low-level walks.

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