6 Food Marketing Ploys that Sabotage Our Health

By Rebecca Lewis on May 19, 2014

Health. Health. Health. We all want to attain good health. But in this world where processed foods dominate the market and inactivity is the lifestyle trend, being healthy has become one of the greatest challenges people face. When it comes to food, many of us are blind shoppers. We get what we ‘think’ would satisfy our tummy, not caring ho [Read More…]

Boosting Your Willpower for Staying Fit

By Rebecca Lewis on May 16, 2014

Ever wish you could choose apple over a big slice of pizza or a green tea smoothie over a large cup of ice cream? Willpower – we all wish we could have a little more of it, especially when it comes to sticking to a healthy diet. For decades, scientists have tried to investigate the mystery of willpower. And some interesting findings have been rev [Read More…]

How Yoga Benefits Your Relationship

By Lisa Franchi on May 16, 2014

It’s no secret that yoga is good for you. But if you’re like most people, you probably just opt for it when you need to de-stress, improve your balance and posture, or gain flexibility. But did you know that yoga has benefits that go above and beyond the physical aspect? In fact, it can even improve your romantic relationship. Yoga is the b [Read More…]

Two Meals a Day Better for Managing Diabetes, Scientists Say

By Sharon Moore on May 16, 2014

Only eating breakfast and lunch may be more effective at managing type 2 diabetes than eating smaller, more regular meals, new research found. Diabetes affects nearly 2.9 million people in the UK are affected by diabetes, 90% of whom have the type 2 form of the disease. Type 2 diabetes occurs when the body does not produce enough of the hormone insulin, [Read More…]

6 Sweet Perks of Maple Syrup

By Sharon Moore on May 15, 2014

More and more studies are recognising the ill effects of sugar in human health. Plain sugar, which is present in large amounts in processed foods, including fizzy drinks and energy drinks, has been widely linked to a host of diseases, such as heart disease, cancer and diabetes. Too much consumption of sugar is also blamed for the rising rate of obesity world [Read More…]

8 Powerful and Scientifically Backed Ways to Boost Your Mood

By Amy Taylor on May 15, 2014

Is there a quick and easy antidote to stress and negativity? Is there like a button we can press to instantly lift our mood on those times we are feeling blue? Sometimes, we wake up feeling gloomy, exhausted, and irritated and totally not in the mood to smile. The good news is that we can actually do something to instantly brighten our mood and turn a bad [Read More…]

Heavy Use of Mobile Phone linked to Brain Cancer

By Lisa Franchi on May 15, 2014

Individuals who used their mobile phones for more than 15 hours each month over five years on average had between two and three times greater risk of developing glioma and meningioma tumours compared with people whose used their phone rarely, French researchers found. Over the last 15 years, most investigations have failed to turn up conclusive results [Read More…]

8 Diet Red Flags that Keep Us from Being Healthy

By Amy Taylor on May 14, 2014

We all want to be healthy. But very few are able to reach their fitness goals. That’s because there are many things that people think are helping their efforts to be healthier, but in truth they are just sabotaging their health. Here are some of them: Believing what works for some works for them also. There’s no magic formula for weight los [Read More…]

5 Roadblocks to Happiness

By Sharon Moore on May 14, 2014

They say happiness is not a destination. It is a journey. But in every journey, there are roadblocks and potholes along the way.  The following things are what usually keep a lot of us from being happy, as well as some important tips to overcome them. Think of them as a big orange cone on the road – giving you warning to have a safe and enjoyable [Read More…]

Study Lists Everyday Chemicals Linked to Breast Cancer

By Rebecca Lewis on May 14, 2014

 In a paper published in the peer-reviewed journal Environmental Health Perspectives, scientists list 17 chemicals that are common in everyday life. They also give tips on how women can minimise their exposure. The chemicals included those found in gasoline, diesel and other vehicle exhaust, flame retardants, stain-resistant textiles, paint remover [Read More…]

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