Browsing Archive October, 2021

There are certain ways of preparing food such as pan frying, cooking and boiling but few can beat the benefits of boiling. Boiled food is something many steer ...

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When we think of the word ‘leadership,’ the first thoughts that might come to mind are people of power, whether it’s a president, prime minister, or a military ...

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Neem is a tree, native to India that's been used extensively for centuries in traditional Ayurvedic medicine. It's considered a "wonder tree" since it ...

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So, you have decided you should be working out, which is excellent. The next decision you have to make is, do you prefer working out from home or would you ...

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The diagnosis of cancer is a life-changing event, accompanied by much stress. But, unmanaged emotions can worsen an oncology patient’s prognosis. So, what ...

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The biggest change that a lot of us have faced in the pandemic is the transition in our career. You may have worked remotely before quarantine, but for a lot ...

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The idea of fasted cardio first emerged back in the 90's, when a bodybuilder named Bill Phillips mentioned it in his book “Body-for-LIFE”. Ever since then, ...

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Ho’oponopono is a meditative-style practise where the purpose is for you to let go of what doesn’t serve you anymore. Ho’oponopono originated in Ancient ...

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Black seed oil (or Nigella sativa) is a small flowering plant that grows in Southwest Asia, the Middle East, Southern Europe, and North Africa. It produces ...

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Growing up in everyday USA, it was pre-determined that I would take in a number of carcinogens often, and not be aware of it. I had soda at breakfast, lunch, ...

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In Spain, soups, consommé, cream of vegetable soup, and stews are very typical dishes with the arrival of the colder months. Now with the cold and rain upon us ...

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Kale, also called collard greens, borecole, or sprouts in the US, is a vegetable of the cruciferous family, like broccoli, and cabbage and is native to Asia. ...

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Resistance training (or strength / weight training) is a form of physical activity which involves the use of your muscles against a weight or a force. This can ...

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