Stress & Your Bulging Waistline

By Rebecca Lewis on May 26, 2016

There’s one more reason you don’t want to be stressed all the time. Not only does it weaken your immune system or makes you anxious or depressed, but stress can also cause you to make poor food choices. Research shows that stress makes you want to choose salty, fatty and sweet foods which can all lead to a bulging waistline.  When we are un [Read More…]

What Following Your Passion Really Feels Like

By Sharon Moore on May 26, 2016

We all hear wise people say - follow your dreams. You probably dreamed about being a doctor, lawyer or accountant when you were a kid. Or maybe, you had more sophisticated dream like becoming a pop start, a multi-awarded actor or a business tycoon. We all have dreams. These dreams are those that are aligned with our passion and interest. And no matter how bi [Read More…]

Obesity affects Organs in Our Body Distant from Where Fats Accumulate: New Study Reveals

By Lisa Franchi on May 25, 2016

We know that fats accumulated in one part of the body - say for instance in the midsection - affects organs near it. But did you know that it can also affect organs that are distant from where the fats accumulated? That’s the latest findings by a group of US and UK researchers and presented yesterday at the annual conference of the European Society of [Read More…]

First Time to Undergo Therapy? Six Things You Should Know

By Amy Taylor on May 24, 2016

Undergoing therapy is, for many people, one big challenge. Not everyone has the courage to attend counselling and confide to a person they never met before. It is hard to talk about things that are way too personal, including those negative past experiences.  But therapy can pave way to healing. Your first session may feel really weird and you may need [Read More…]

New Study Shows How Fasting Helps Fight Inflammation

By Rebecca Lewis on May 24, 2016

Vast research has proven the amazing health benefits of fasting. It has been established that fasting can promote not only weight loss but longevity and lower risk of diseases. But the benefits don’t seem to end there. New research revealed that fasting also helps reduce the number of bad bacteria in our gut.  The study, carried out by the resear [Read More…]

How Your Emotions affect Your Food Choices

By Sharon Moore on May 23, 2016

Does cheeseburger sound more appetising for you than a plate of Greek salad when you are having a bad day? What about when you are feeling inspired? Do you prefer yoghurt over ice cream? Our emotions have a great impact on our food choices. That is why it is important to be aware of what we are feeling at the moment and how our body responds to these emotion [Read More…]

Physical Activity, Not Diet, is Key to Obesity and Cardiovascular Pandemics

By Lisa Franchi on May 20, 2016

Overwhelming scientific findings suggest that regular physical activity bears the closest resemblance to a "magic bullet" to combat the worldwide epidemic of obesity and cardiovascular disease, according to a new study.  The paper, published in the journal Cardiology, puts more emphasis on exercise than diet, as the key to resolving the risin [Read More…]

How to Take Care of Yourself When you’re Busy

By Amy Taylor on May 19, 2016

We all have been through busy days. There are times when work keep piling up and no matter how hard we try, we can’t just find time to de-stress and find our balance once again. But don’t worry. There are several things you can do to still practice self-care during a busy period. Here they are:  Simplify everything.  Why bother washin [Read More…]

Five Core Values Happy People Uphold

By Rebecca Lewis on May 18, 2016

We all have that one happy gal in our social circle who seem to never have any problem at all. The person who always greets people with a smile and cheers up everyone’s mood with their positivity and kind words. We all envy them most of the time, especially when we are feeling lonely, tired, stressed out, and sad.  Well, the truth is that no pers [Read More…]

Stretching and Meditation Lowers Dementia Risk Better than Brain Training Games

By Lisa Franchi on May 17, 2016

Playing brain games are usually recommended if you’re into enhancing your memory. But did you know that there is other ways that are actually better? According to new research, these techniques are stretching and meditation.  While both memory exercises and yoga and meditation improved verbal memory, meditation and stretching improved visual-spat [Read More…]



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