Women living abroad with a medical plan in place can ensure they stay healthy, but there are no shortcuts to doing so, according to one expert.
Founder of fitFAQS.co.uk Graeme Hilditch said that while some magazines or books imply staying healthy can be achieved by sticking to one method of exercise, "the reality is that you must embrace a variety of lifestyle choices".
"Regular exercise [and] following a well-balanced diet," are both important, he stated, noting foods that are high in fibre and low in saturated fat are ideal.
Mr Hilditch also emphasised the importance of "taking time out for relaxation", as this can play another role in ensuring both the mind and body stay healthy.
Older expatriate health insurance customers can also take steps to keep fit and Alison Wyndham, founder of the Wyndham Centres, recently recommended walking and shoulder and neck exercises as an ideal for these individuals.