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5 Natural Fat Burners to Help You Lose Weight

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Most people are only interested in one thing when it comes to eating right and diet tips-WEIGHT LOSS. That’s pretty much what it comes down to. All they want to know is what foods will boost metabolism and what are the safe fat burners out there. So, I’ve decided to give you the low down…

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5 YouTube Workout Videos to Exercise At Home

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If you are a mother of two, don’t feel comfortable in a gym environment, or don’t have the budget to spend on an expensive fitness subscription, then you can try out some of our favorite at home workout videos to break a sweat right in the comfort of your home. No excuses, wake up a…

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They say that your skin is the biggest indicator of how healthy your diet is. It is true that what you eat matters when it comes to a healthy outer appearance – you can buy the most expensive creams, treatments, and makeup in the world, but if you are not nourishing your skin from within…

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A Mom’s Message to Society’s Assumptions About Motherhood and Work

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Have you ever taken the DMC, “The Domestic Math Challenge”? It’s very simple really. You basically count how many thousands of times your kids call out “mom” per hour, multiply it by the number of chores, calls and errands you need to run, divide it by the square root of how much you need a minute…

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Your Top 5 Food Frenemies

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Health food is big business. After all, who doesn’t want to be healthier? If you stroll down any supermarket aisle you will now find a flood of health foods. It’s not just supermarkets either; plenty of restaurants have jumped on the health food bandwagon. So what’s the deal? Listed below are five fake friends –…

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Eyes on Diabetes: Simple Steps to Lower Your Risk Today

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Ever wondered why detecting diabetes early is important? Time to make yourself aware about the complications that diabetes might cause. Checking yourself up is essential in keeping yourself safe from having advanced diabetes complications. According to the International Diabetes Federation, as of the year 2015 there were more than 400 million adults worldwide living with…

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When Obsessing Over Clean Eating Becomes An Eating Disorder

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We’ve all heard of anorexia and bulimia, but the most newly identified eating disorder hits close to home for many of us, especially in the health and wellness fields. While at first glance, one may be perceived as simply health conscious, anything can be harmful when taken a step too far. This can lead to…

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The 5 Reasons You Always Give Up and Their Solutions

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When we put our mind to something, we all start off strong, but somewhere along the way something happens that demotivates us, makes us lose our vision and ultimately abandon it. We’re here to tell you why this happens and how to fix it. You can apply this article to any situation you find yourself…

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Summer Hydrating Weekly Meal Plan

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Heavy meals and long preparation methods don’t fit in during the summer months and hot weather. We all want cooling and refreshing meals that will give us energy and keep us hydrated without making us feel bloated. Follow this nutrition plan for a hydrating meal plan that will complement the increasingly hot weather. The first…

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Decaf Coffee: More Harm Than Good?

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Whether it’s because you enjoy drinking your cup of coffee later on in the day or simply that you don’t enjoy the caffeine buzz, you may be opting for decaf coffee thinking you are making the healthier and wiser choice. However, it’s important to pay close attention to the points below before making the choice…

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#AskTheExpert: How to Perfect Your Training Form with Youssef Salem

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When was the last time you considered your form while doing your workout? Most of the time we just want to get it over and done with and pat ourselves on the back when we can lift 5kg’s extra, but expert trainer Youssef Salem of AOS (Art of Sport) explains exactly why and how we…

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A Day in the Diet Of: A Nutritionist’s Meat Free Monday

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Although I don’t eat a completely plant based diet, I enjoy doing Meat Free Monday’s, where I give my body a break and eliminate any animal products at least once a week. I find this helps relieve any digestive issues I may have and give my body a chance to start fresh. Here is what…

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