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  • ‘Cold and grumpy’; ‘winter blues’ and ‘fat and flabby’ are phrases that probably roll off your tongue at this time of the year. Not only do you hear these words, but see people bracing themselves getting out their car and walking a few paces to their office building, or into a shopping centre … and they are hunched over, looking like they are in pain and feeling miserable! Of [continue reading]
    Published at 29 Jul. 2015 from Joni Peddie, Expert Contributor in Weight Loss
  • Circulation is the word used to describe the constant movement of your blood inside your body. This movement or “flow” takes place in a network of tubes known as blood vessels. As you age, your circulation deteriorates. This can result in problems like cold hands and feet, muscle cramps, tiredness, and aches and pains. Do you suffer from any of these problems? Today I’m going to share [continue reading]
    Published at 29 Jul. 2015 from Candice May, Fsp Health in Anti-ageing
  • You already know that yoga can help reduce stress and increase your flexibility. But this glorious practice can do more than help you twist your body into pretzel shapes and find inner peace! Today I’m going to share some hidden benefits of yoga with you… Four ways in which yoga is great for your health #1: It can boost your immunity A Norwegian study found that yoga can result in [continue reading]
    Published at 24 Jul. 2015 from Candice May, Fsp Health in Fitness
  • Do you suffer from dry skin? Have you been looking for a homemade lotion recipe that really works? Look no further than this simple coconut oil lotion recipe! This concoction I’m about to share with you is super nourishing, wonderfully versatile and ridiculously easy to whip up. Read on to find out all about it… Benefits of this coconut oil lotion It’s [continue reading]
    Published at 21 Jul. 2015 from Candice May, Fsp Health in General Health
  • Low calorie, weight loss diets can be challenging. You cut calories and your body doesn’t have as much nutrition for energy as it’s used to. It makes sticking to your daily routines, especially your exercise routine, hard to stick to! But if you use these seven tips and tricks, you can easily boost your energy levels to ensure you stay on track and lose weight with minimal effort. [continue reading]
    Published at 20 Jul. 2015 from Vanessa Jackson, Fsp Health in Fitness
  • When was the last time you gave your scalp a facial? Yes… You just read that right. I asked, when was the last time you gave your scalp a facial? Because, like your face, your scalp is also “skin”. It needs just as much love and care! In fact, hair experts say a good scalp treatment is key to healthy, glossy strands and a hydrated, itch-free scalp. It makes sense though: Like all [continue reading]
    Published at 14 Jul. 2015 from Candice May, Fsp Health in General Health
  • If you're craving a treat, don't just reach for the closest bag of sweets or chips. Not only will it leave your waistline expanding, it won't satisfy you. Now, if you put in a bit of effort, you can make healthier versions of any type of treat you can think of. And you can enjoy them guilt-free. Today, we're sharing's No Bake Tiramisu Cookies... [continue reading]
    Published at 13 Jul. 2015 from Vanessa Jackson, Fsp Health in Weight Loss
  • Pizza doesn't always have to be unhealthy! In fact, if you put the right ingredients on top, and you use the right type of flour at the bottom, then pizza can actually be part of a very healthy diet. To give you an idea about where to start, check out this recipe we found on Zucchini, Scallion and Parmesan Pizza Ingredients   All-purpose flour and [continue reading]
    Published at 06 Jul. 2015 from Vanessa Jackson, Fsp Health in General Health
  • When you're trying to improve your overall health, don't forget about your happiness. Your mental health is just as important as your fitness levels and size of your waistline. Check out this short infographic GREAT DREAM about how to keep your happiness in check... Used with permission. Please feel free to donate to the ongoing research and support of this Not for Profit [continue reading]
    Published at 29 Jun. 2015 from Vanessa Jackson, Fsp Health in General Health
  • Exciting times lie ahead for you as a Health Bytes reader! We’ve just joined forces with two FAB-ulous women who are new experts on our site. So why are they so fabulous? Well, they came up with the FAB Quotient TM and Resilient Energy concepts. Two ideas they have thoroughly researched and tested for the last ten years, which will help you lose weight, boost [continue reading]
    Published at 22 Jun. 2015 from Vanessa Jackson, Fsp Health in General Health
  • If you're not already thinking about your summer body and health, you should be! Winter is one of the best times of year to really kick your fitness and weight loss goals up a notch. Not only does your daily winter work out keep you warm, it'll help you look and feel your best when summer comes around. But the problem is actually sticking to your routine! Here's what The Yard [continue reading]
    Published at 17 Jun. 2015 from Celestie Macintosh in Fitness
  • Over the past 25 years, we've seen a massive upswing in the marketing and growth behind juices and smoothies. I'd say the reason for the rapid growth in popularity is because they're healthy. And they allow you to slurp up all the nutrients you'd get by eating fresh fruits and veggies, in just minutes through a straw. Can you say convenience?! So that's probably why it's not unusual to see [continue reading]
    Published at 17 Jun. 2015 from Candice May, Fsp Health in General Health
  • Question: Beyond their fame, what do singer Bret Michaels, pop songstress Selena Gomez, and TV anchor Cynthia McFadden have in common? Answer: All these celebrities are living with autoimmune diseases, which occur when the body's immune system mistakenly attacks and destroys its own healthy body tissue. Michaels, lead singer of Poison, was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was only six [continue reading]
    Published at 10 Jun. 2015 from Candice May, Fsp Health in General Health
  • A new study published in JAMA Pediatrics has uncovered an interesting new finding: Breastfeeding your baby could put him or her at lower risk of developing leukaemia – a common childhood cancer… Leukaemia is a cancer of the bone marrow that impedes the natural formation of blood cells. Despite being the most common childhood cancer in the world – accounting for about 30% of cancers in [continue reading]
    Published at 03 Jun. 2015 from Candice May, Fsp Health in Cancer
  • In your mind, the best time to toss back a cup of coffee is as soon as you step out of your bed in the morning… But guess what? You’re wrong? A team of researchers at AsapSCIENCE, a wildly popular YouTube science channel, argue in a new video that the best time to get your coffee fix isn’t early in the morning, but rather at 9am or just after… Read on to find out why. Drinking [continue reading]
    Published at 02 Jun. 2015 from Club in General Health
  • Barefoot running has been all the rage in recent years (it’s to blame for those toe-defining, sock-lie athletic shoes you’re seeing on feet nowadays)… However, a recent University of Kansas study suggests runners (especially experienced ones) who want to ditch their traditional kicks for more minimalist sneakers should proceed with caution… Read on to find out why. The risks of [continue reading]
    Published at 01 Jun. 2015 from Candice May, Fsp Health in Fitness
  • Do you love soaking up the sun? Do you use the sunbed religiously? Then your skin cells are already on the road to cancer! According to a new study by researchers at the Sanger Institute near Cambridge in the UK, more than 25% of middle-aged adults’ skin has made the first steps towards cancer. After analysing samples from adults aged between 55 and 73, researchers found more than [continue reading]
    Published at 29 May. 2015 from Candice May, Fsp Health in Cancer

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