So you want to exercise, but not sure where to start? Love Your Liver share some inspiring exercise tips for beginners.

Active prevention and cure
Exercising regularly and eating a healthy diet are the most effective ways to achieve and maintain a healthy weight, immune system and liver. In fact, there is evidence to suggest that exercise itself (with or without weight loss) can prevent and reverse fatty liver  disease.

Finding the right kind of exercise for you
To help you create an exercise routine you can stick to, it’s important that you spend your 30 minutes or more each day doing something you enjoy. Walking, cycling, jogging, football, yoga, tai chi, pilates, dancing or even gardening. If you’re not sure what type of exercise you should do, ask your doctor or health care professional for advice.

Good for the mind as well as the body
So much of our day is filled with stress, so taking time out to engage in a pleasurable activity will distract you from your worries, revitalise and lift your mood, reduce anxiety and depression and even help you sleep better at night too.

Take it easy and don’t overdo it
Start with gentle exercise and slowly build up to establishing a 30-a-day routine, or more if you wish. But don’t overdo it – too much strenuous exercise can have a negative impact – making you feel tired and rundown.

How do you keep motivated to do exercise?