by Antony J. Edwards. The object of this article is to brief complementary therapists on the nature of overweight and obesity and its corresponding medical and social problems. It also suggests that complementary therapists have an important role to play in combating the problem at a local and personal level.
by Zerlina Mastin – It won’t come as a surprise to many that the condition of our hair, skin and nails holds a mirror up to the way we look after our bodies in terms of what we eat, what we do and the products we use. In fact, our skin, hair and nails are often the first place we notice changes in our health.
Nutrient-dense foods are whole, real, unprocessed foods that are stacked with essential nutrients, antioxidants and fibre. They are natural and have not been chemically altered in any way.
by Zerlina Mastin – Treats are tempting. So tempting, in fact, that we candidly give in to ‘empty calorie’ snacks fully aware they will end up around our waists and hips. Healthy foods can be luxurious and indulgent too and it has nothing to do with being excessive. So here are some fantastic yet healthy summer treat ideas!
Pomegranates are the ultimate superfood. They are absolutely loaded with nutritional goodness, full of vitamin C and have natural anti-inflammatory properties. They can lower the risk of heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s and obesity.
Bloating is more common in women than men and whilst it’s normal to have a round belly after a hearty meal, avoid these 6 foods to prevent discomfort.
Rich in fiber, omega-3 fats, protein, vitamins and minerals – Chia Seeds are more energising than energy drinks and the highest available plant-based source of protein on the planet!
Stay in the no-bloat zone, and try out these delicious and highly nutritious foods for breakfast.
Where there’s a will, there’s a way! and both have been applied in order to create these marvelously delicious and nutritious alternative doughnut recipes.