The nutritional wisdom of you!

  • Tue, Feb 28th 2023, 15:31

The human body possesses signalling pathways and intelligence that enables our taste to be matched to our nutritional needs.

See this facinating study about how children given access to a wide range of nutritious food sampled and masterfully selected foods to correct nutritional deficiencies and provide optimal fuel for...

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What is VO2 Max and what does it measure?

  • Tue, Feb 28th 2023, 13:00

VO2 max (also known as maximal oxygen uptake) is a measure of the maximum amount of oxygen that an individual can use during exercise. It is typically expressed as milliliters of oxygen per minute per kilogram of body weight (ml/min/kg).

VO2 max is a widely recognized measure...

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Self-love, Starting From Scratch - Some Practical Tricks

  • Thu, Oct 27th 2022, 19:00

As someone whose self-love journey began at a place where I hated myself so much a didn’t want to keep living, and ended (or continues today) at a place where I love myself and my life so much I never want to die, I feel I’ve done a...

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Beat the binge

  • Sat, Apr 1st 2017, 15:26

Advancements in brain science have lead to new approaches to treating addiction which are also being applied to overcoming binge eating. This post will explain how to beat the binge, what causes binge eating in the first place, and effective techniques to accelerate recovery.

How to beat...

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The Benefits of Acupuncture

  • Tue, Jan 15th 2013, 13:35


Many people find it frightening to submit themselves to needles. However, there is one naturopathic treatment that uses needles that puncture the skin.

The basic principle is that these thin needles, when they puncture acupuncture points in the body, solve systematical imbalance. The practice originated in China,...

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Keeping Your Bones Healthy

  • Sat, Jan 5th 2013, 01:52

Your bones take up much of the responsibility for keeping your body in good working condition. Hence, they need the same tlc that you give your skin, hair and teeth. Did you know that even the simplest changes in inclusions in your lifestyle can make significant impacts on...

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Stress Relief in Under 1 Hour

  • Mon, Dec 10th 2012, 03:44


You spend hours on end at the office consumed with work. You're at risk for fatigue, headaches, and back pain. To ease the tension, here are some quick relief solutions that don't require much resources, time, or equipment.


Stretching relieves your muscles from...

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Ergonomic Furniture You Should Have

  • Sat, Nov 10th 2012, 23:59


People with scoliosis and other back problems have difficulty staying in a single position for so long a time. 

Desk chair 

Your office or den is the place where you'll spend most of your weekly waking hours. You've got deadlines and reports, and your back is...

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5 Benefits of Stretching At Work

  • Fri, Oct 19th 2012, 11:08

So you've been sitting on your desk for a couple of hours now and you feel cramped in that tiny cubicle of yours. You already feel fatigue setting in- you're tired, out of ideas, and already lack concentration. Tell you what- you just need to stretch.


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Having Trouble Exercising?

  • Mon, Sep 17th 2012, 16:11

Whether we like it or not, the hardest part of starting an exercise routine is the first week of getting yourself to work out a sweat. While we're never too lazy to quit exercising, we always find excuses not to exercise- and this is especially so when you're just...

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