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You may have heard that cold showers are good for you, but it has always been a bit of an old wives tale, with no real evidence to support the claims. Cold water therapy is used in many cultures, as a way of curing anything from broken bones to erectile dysfunction! It has been claimed that cold showers/baths firm the skin, promote shiny hair, and energise, but the benefits are more far reaching than this.
The #nomakeupselfie seems to have done a fantastic job of increasing donations to cancer charities, which goes a long way towards supporting those with cancer, and improving treatments. Why not go one step further? Why not take steps to prevent cancer? Preventing cancer goes much further than simply consuming your 5-a-day and not smoking. There is so much more you can do to reduce your risk of cancer considerably! For example, if you (ladies) have
The future of nutrition lies in our genes. Since the recent completion of the mapping of the human genome, a new area of science, called nutrigenomics, has emerged. As humans, our DNA is 99.9% identical. The 0.1% that is different is due to mutations in the genome, know as single nucleotide polymorphisms or SNPs. Every person has different SNPs and the SNPs that you have alter the way your body interacts with environmental factors such

Homemade Natural Antibacterial Handwash

Posted by admin on October 27, 2013

Conventional hand soaps are often quite drying and contain a mountain of harmful, man-made ingredients. One ingredient very commonly found in antibacterial hand soaps is Triclosan. This chemical has been found to effect muscle strength and even reduce grip by 18% with long-term use. And then you have all of the preservatives, thickeners, stabilisers and perfumes included in pretty much every product you can buy in a shop. It is clear then, that conventional hand

Pre-Breakfast Workout Anyone?

Posted by Louise Digby on June 13, 2013

A new study has compared the fat burning potential of working-out before breakfast to working-out after breakfast and to not exercising at all. It was thought that exercising would result in an increased appetite later in the day to compensate for the energy used, however this was not the case. All groups consumed similar amounts of food. Furthermore, those who exercised before breakfast burned 20% more fat than those who exercised after breakfast (and they
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