Less Obvious Causes of Dehydration

By Amy Taylor on June 02, 2014

Water – your body needs it so much. 60 per cent or ¾ of your body is water. So lose even just 1.5 per cent of that level, and you can expect a decline in your mood, energy levels and cognitive function. Whilst some reasons of dehydration are obvious – such as exercise, a sunny day, and not drinking enough water, others are less obvious. [Read More…]

Random Thoughts Could Lead to Self-Insights, Study Finds

By Sharon Moore on May 30, 2014

Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University and Harvard Business School found that meaningless as they may seem, random thoughts may actually provide meaningful insight into oneself. Moreover, the ideas can influence judgment and decisions more than similar, more deliberate kinds of thinking — even on important topics such as commitment to curren [Read More…]

How to Find Motivation When You’re Depressed

By Lisa Franchi on May 30, 2014

One of the hardest things about being depressed is finding the motivation to carry on with your daily tasks and responsibilities. Depression can be physically and emotionally draining that even the simplest tasks can seem unbearable. You may feel lethargic, tired and exhausted that all you want to do is sit there, and get drowned in your negative thoughts on [Read More…]

5 Non-Animal Sources of Protein

By Amy Taylor on May 30, 2014

Protein is one of the most essential nutrients our body needs to survive. However, few of us know that it can also be obtained from plant-based sources. Today, let’s talk about the top sources of this highly digestible plant protein which provide the most benefits to health. Hemp Apart from its high protein content, hemp has the perfect ratio of [Read More…]

Water & Your Body

Optimal water intake is essential to refresh your vitality and health, without adequate water your body will be operating under unnecessary stress. Water is required for every process within the body, the vital functions include: dissolving nutrients so they can be absorbed more easily into your digestive tract Many metabolic processes ne [Read More…]

It’s Time...To take control and be HAPPY

Imagine how life is when you cannot still your mind. There is a constant flow of thoughts bombarding your being. You feel frustrated, stressed and angry with yourself for lacking control. You look around and the world seems to be zooming by while you are tagging along, almost still. So where does these feelings stem from? These thoughts stem from emotion [Read More…]

5 Things to Say to Someone Who’s Depressed

By Rebecca Lewis on May 29, 2014

Depression – it’s truly a disabling illness. A lot of people suffer from depression, which is characterised by persistent feelings of sadness and loss of interest that may last for long periods. It is a tough feeling to experience. When you are depressed, it feels like it will never end. As a friend, relative or partner of someone who is de [Read More…]

Lifestyle Changes May Lower Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence

By Sharon Moore on May 29, 2014

Making healthy lifestyle changes, such as regular exercise and proper diet, can reduce the possibility of breast cancer recurring, according to a new study. Researchers from Yale Cancer Centre carried out two studies to assess the impact of healthy lifestyle in the recurrence risk of breast cancer. In the first study, obese or overweight women were r [Read More…]

17 Foods that Can Save Your Heart

By Lisa Franchi on May 29, 2014

What you eat affects your heart. If you’re looking to keep your heart healthy and happy, try incorporating these super foods in your regular diet: Fresh Herbs Adding fresh herbs in cooking doesn’t only make your food more flavourful but healthier as well. Most herbs, including rosemary, sage, basil, oregano, and thyme contain antioxidants tha [Read More…]

Brain Imaging Study Reveals Clues about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

By Amy Taylor on May 28, 2014

Researchers from Emory University School of Medicine, in collaboration with CDC’s Chronic Viral Diseases Branch, and the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in Italy, found that patients with chronic fatigue syndrome may have reduced responses, compared with healthy controls, in a region of the brain connected with fatigue. The findings suggest th [Read More…]

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