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From Conventional to Natural Hair Care

From Conventional to Natural Hair Care

We know this about looking after our bodies but do we think about it in relation to our hair. The reality is that hair loses …

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Understanding Healthy Weight Loss

Understanding Healthy Weight Loss

There are literally hundreds of diet programs that claim to be the answer to the Western world’s weight problems and we’re constantly bombarded with new reports of a ‘wonder’ diet ‘worthy’ of trying to help us lose excess weight. However, a successful weight loss program must be consistent with all four cornerstones of good health: a nutritious diet, adequate exercise, a positive mental attitude and the right support for the body through natural supplementation measures. Lean more about each of these aspects of healthy weight loss.

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What Skin Type Do I Have?

What Skin Type Do I Have?

Nature or nurture? The eternal question of why each of us is the way we are! It’s the same with skin – the initial quality, or type, of your skin is genetically determined – meaning you are born with it. Regrettably, skin ageing is an inevitable process. Wrinkles usually sneak up on us between 30 and 45, become more noticeable between 45 and 50 and are pronounced from 50 on up. The process can be slowed down by a good skin care and protection routine. To nurture what nature gave you and keep skin looking its best, the first step is to understand your skin type.

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Adrenal Fatigue

Adrenal Fatigue

The adrenal glands sit over the kidneys, where they play a significant role in the body’s functions. They secrete more than 50 hormones necessary for life, including epinephrine (adrenaline), cortisol, dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), progesterone and testosterone. Notably, they’re responsible for regulating the stress response through the synthesis of cortisol and adrenaline. When we are busy, stressed and anxious, our bodies pump out cortisol on a continual basis. However, we simply aren’t meant to function under such ongoing pressure, so eventually such chronic stress can wear down our adrenal glands and lead to what many term “burn out”. Contributing to this burn out can be a diet of sugary, processed foods and caffeine. Over time, stress, sugar and caffeine overload can wear down the adrenals, potentially leading to Adrenal Fatigue.

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Adding Smoothies To Your Diet

Adding Smoothies To Your Diet

Super-food smoothies are the super-stars of the health food world right now. Just jump on instagram or facebook and you’ll see a myriad of concoctions being whipped up by healthy foodies. Most of us have a hard time fitting in the daily recommended portions of fruits and vegetables that we need for optimal health (move over 5+ a day… the recommendation is now 7+!). Smoothies can bump up your servings in no time and naturally, bump unhealthy beverage choices to the curb at the same time!

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Foods To Avoid During Pregnancy

Foods To Avoid During Pregnancy

The miraculous process of creating another human life is probably the most natural thing a woman can do. However, it can also benefit from some careful planning and discipline, to make it a smooth journey from pre-conception to birth. It is essential for both the mother and the baby to optimally cover nutritional needs and avoid potentially harmful foods for a healthy and low risk pregnancy. The basis of a pregnant woman’s diet is very similar to an adult woman’s recommendations, with a few changes in terms of caloric intake, supplementary vitamins and minerals, and precautions regarding food preparation.

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