The Role of Diet in Fighting Alzheimer’s

By Lisa Franchi on March 30, 2015

Alzheimer’s is the most common type of dementia, affecting almost 500,000 people in the UK. Whilst its cause is still unknown, scientists say that there are plenty of factors that could contribute to the development of this disease. But could diet really play a role in reducing an individual’s risk of Alzheimer’s disease? Researchers from [Read More…]

5 Things You Want to Do to Live a Fulfilling Life

By Rebecca Lewis on March 30, 2015

Regardless of our differences in colour, culture, faith, and beliefs – we all dream of the same thing – a wonderful and fulfilling life. But achieving a fulfilling life doesn’t come easy. With these steps however, you can do it. Find your passion, and pursue it. One of the best things you can do to have a fulfilling life is to find out wh [Read More…]

Stressed to the Max? 10 Strategies to Try

By Lisa Franchi on March 27, 2015

Stressed to the max? You are not alone. Thousands, if not millions of people try hard to fight stress every day, and it is a battle that never ends. Stress. We hear people talk about it most of the time. We regularly talk about how stressed we are, how we can overcome it, or how we can avoid it in the first place. It seems like everybody is seriously deali [Read More…]

Friendships that Aren’t Worth Keeping

By Rebecca Lewis on March 27, 2015

Friends. We need them in our life. Happiest people are those who are not just physically and mentally tough, but also have strong social relationships. Research shows that friendships are central to our health and well-being. But not all friendships are created equal. Negative friendships can cause frustration, stress and can even put you in harm. Yes, the [Read More…]

Why Alkalise Your Diet?

Eating an alkaline diet is a natural, almost an evolutionary requirement in order to maintain vibrant health. Your body’s pH lies between 7.35 – 7.45, slightly alkaline. Your body works hard to maintain this delicate homeostasis (balance) because your internal pH is vital to the healthful functioning of every cell, tissue and organ in the body. [Read More…]

What to Do When Your Loved One Has Anxiety Disorder

By Lisa Franchi on March 26, 2015

Anxiety disorder is tough not just for those who have it but also for the people around them. It can be physically draining at times, and emotionally tormenting most of the time. Whilst the person suffering from anxiety issues may realise that it’s too much, he or she may also have a hard time dealing with it. It is a real mental health issue that can [Read More…]

Scientists Discover a Way to Make Chocolates Healthier

By Sharon Moore on March 26, 2015

Very few people hate chocolate. It’s sweet, slightly bitter taste, enchanting aroma, and melt-in-your-mouth texture are things to die for. But most chocolate products available these days are very high in sugar and are less healthy than pure cocoa. But don’t worry, soon, there will be a way to make chocolates healthier and even more delicious tha [Read More…]

365-Day Detox: Easy Steps to Everyday Detox

We often think of detox as an annual event, focussing on ‘Dry January’, or a swift juice cleanse to ease us of our guilty overindulgence. To encourage the most thorough detoxification and functioning of cells, organs and tissues, what we really need to think about is detoxing 365 days a year! By that I don’t mean getting into a purely juic [Read More…]

Time Warp as a Symptom of Depression (And How Mindfulness-Based Therapies Can Help Address It)

By Lisa Franchi on March 25, 2015

Isn’t it funny how time flies by so fast when we are having fun, and how it seems to stop when we are feeling down? For people with depression, time warp is more than a feeling. It actually exists, German researchers found. For the study, researchers analysed data from 16 previous studies involving over 800 depressed and non-depressed people. Most of [Read More…]

Top Mindsets You Need to Overcome If Really Want to Lose Weight

By Rebecca Lewis on March 25, 2015

Too often, when it comes to weight loss, our biggest enemy is no one but ourselves. Our negative thought patterns, along with our false beliefs and perceptions about fat loss, prevent us from reaching our goals. So if you really want to see results, here are some of the major negative thought patterns that you have to overcome. It’s hard. I can’ [Read More…]

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