Health Benefits Of Turmeric

Turmeric is the special bright yellow spice that has been used for centuries in traditional medical practices, especially in the ancient Chinese and Indian systems. Many may know the spicy herb as an anti-inflammatory agent, while others use it for the treatment of several other disorders such as; Flatulence, digestive inconsistencies, Menstrual problems, Jaundice, Bloody urine, toothache and hemorrhage.

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Why Oranges Will Be Your Secret Weapon This Winter

I’m yet to meet a person who doesn’t simply adore sinking their teeth into a brightly coloured, mouth-watering and juicy orange? The sweet citrus taste floods your taste buds and you’re left feeling refreshed, revived and ready for action. But did you know that there’s more to this classic fruit than meets the eye. In fact, oranges could be your secret weapon this winter, and help you effortlessly beat those nasty winter bugs. Here’s why:

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Help! Is My Partner Making Me Fat?

You and your partner are compatible in so many ways: you have great conversations, enjoy the same activities, and hold the same political beliefs but there’s one kind of compatibility you never considered and it’s killing your waistline – food compatibility. You like quinoa and he loves pizza. You embrace the wonders of kale and he worships at the alter of the potato chip.

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The Effect Of Shift Work On Your Health

Working 9 to 5 has become an habit for most people, but this could be a hard life of routine that will only benefit the owner of a business, but what about those who work at unconventional hours- most especially night shifts? Most people may not be aware of the fact that shift work place…

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Baked Snapper with Cucumber Salad

Baked Snapper with Cucumber Salad Per Serve Calories:   325 Fat:   3.9 Protein:   36.0 Carbohydrates:   34.6 Fibre   1.7 Serves :   1 Total Preparation Time:   20 minutes. Region :   Australian Gluten Free:   Yes Vegetarian:   No Dairy Free:   Yes White Meat Only:   Yes No Seafood:   No Instructions : 1. Pre-heat the oven to 200c. 2. Mix the tamari…

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Spice Up Your Next Cardio Session

Any exercise that is geared towards the heart or lungs are considered Cardiovascular Exercises. The most common type of cardio exercising are walking, running, and jogging. All these cardio exercises reduce the risk of heart disease. Basically these cardio workouts will improve blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels, while improving basic heart functions. Cardiovascular exercising can also reduce the risk of osteoporosis and improve muscle mass. On the average of just 30 minutes minimum a day will increase the health of the heart.

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The Great Calorie Debate

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Calories in Vs calories out as a model for weight loss, has been the go to standard and best practice for predicting weight loss ever since I have been alive, And no doubt your life too. You, yourself have no doubt heard about it and have your own views, but in my experience it’s a two sided debate. You either believe it works or it doesn’t. I believe it does work, and I recommended counting calories. But I like to think of it In a slightly different way. Calorie management.

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Balsamic Beef & Sweet Potato Mash

Try this delicious recipe, makes a perfect dinner that will be sure to will over the fussiest of eaters. The creamy mash and the perfectly cooked beef make this recipe a winner anytime of year!

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#4 Fitness Tips To Stick With Your Goals

We all love to make positive resolutions but keeping such resolutions has become the most challenging part. If you find it difficult to sustain a healthier lifestyle, or keeping fit, there are possibilities you have been going about the whole thing in the wrong way. Here are some tips that can help you stay fit ad achieve your health resolutions in the year and ticking with the plan

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Should You Join The Gym?

I was at the gym today for the first time in awhile, and I had a thought… Do I want to be here and should I have Joined the gym.
The reason I had this though is because being away from the gym for such a long time to come back and re experience it as a regular gym goer rather than a personal trainer. Right from the start stepping into the gym felt strange. You might be think “But Chris? you are a personal trainer should you love the gym?”

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