Exercising in Summer: Top Tips to Help You Get Through the Season

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With summer almost here, it’s time to gear up for the weather. And if you are planning to continue with your exercise regime, you need some extra tips to get you through the hot season!

Read on to know all about exercising right in summer.

Get Your Body Used to the Heat

Your body needs to acclimatize to the heat before you get out and start exercising vigorously. As the temperature increases, expose yourself to the heat gradually and your body will get used to it in 4- 14 days.
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The Truth About Depression

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Depression is a horrible, often debilitating medical condition. Many people see it as a disease. It is not really considered as disease however by medical professionals as it is a mental condition rather than physical condition.

As such when a person says they have depression, because it is not inherently visible to the naked eye, many people do not take the claim seriously until something drastic happens. There is also the fact that there are a vast range of treatments out there to help people with depression, however it’s not one treatment suits all. Depression can affect people in different ways and comes in different types, so what may work for one person may not work for another.
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Few Tips From the Fitness Queen: Emily Skye

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If you’re positively obsessed with your body and want to get lean and skinny then now is the time for you to stop following the clichéd orthodox advices and go to the fitness experts who are dealing with real life people. Most of the time people dream about becoming unbelievably smart and skinny. This mostly happens when they reach out to fitness magazines and find strikingly thin and smart women there.
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The benefits of fruit in the workplace

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The office can be a tired and stuffy environment. The glare of computer screens and halogen lights cast a ghostly glow, and with people working in close quarters, it’s easy for germs to spread.

When your staff are looking for a quick pick-me-up, the office vending machine or another pot of coffee might seem like obvious answers. However, if you want to maintain a happy, healthy and productive staff, then a more colourful option is your best bet.
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5 Things to Throw Away for Good Health

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Most people, when thinking about how to achieve better health, look to what they need to add into their life. And it’s true that there are plenty of great new habits you can add in to be healthier. But did you know there are also plenty of habits and things you can eliminate in order to be healthier, and this can be far easier than adding in something new!
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5 Reasons to Quit Drinking Soda

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Whether or not you’re a soda drinker, you’re probably aware of why this habit is unhealthy, and that you should stop if you want to achieve optimum health. But for people who are regular soda drinkers, the thought of going without it can be quite difficult. First of all, soda provides a sugar rush which the body becomes addicted to. And caffeinated sodas are addicting for the stimulant effect that they have on the body as well. Drinking soda is also just a habit that many people get into, rewarding themselves at meals and in between meals with this sweet treat. But it truly is a toxic habit, and we’re giving you 5 reasons why:
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4 Great Meals for Your Mind and Body

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We all know that we should be eating meals that are good for our body: low in sugar, high in good fats and protein, and without too many processed carbs. Lots of fresh fruits and veggies round out a diet that’s great for slimming our figure and keeping weight off. And we all know that a diet low in sugar is great for your teeth as well! But did you know that it’s just as important to eat for your mind, as it is for your body? We’ve got some great tips that will keep your mind sharp, your body slim and your overall health in top shape.

Salmon sandwich

What makes this such a great meal for mind and body? When you use a whole wheat bun or bread, you’re getting fiber and whole grains that your body craves to stay full, and veggies on your sandwich will provide vitamins and low calories. But the salmon here is the star of the meal, because the omega-3 fats in the fish are one of the best things you can feed your brain.

Mediterranean salad

When you eat like they do in the Mediterranean, you can nearly guarantee a fantastic body as well as one of the healthiest meals for your brain. That’s because the fats in olives, olive oil and other Mediterranean ingredients are the perfect fuel for your brain. So make a salad with fresh greens, feta cheese, olives, cucumber, artichokes, tomatoes, some tuna and dress it all with healthy olive oil and splash of vinegar.


You can create a stir-fried dish to be as healthy as you want, depending on what you put inside! It has the potential to be one of the most creative meals in your repertoire, so put it to your advantage and stock up on healthy ingredients like brown rice, mushrooms, tofu, peppers and cashews that are great for both mind and body.

Fruit smoothie

We can’t forget about those of us with a sweet tooth here! Luckily, you can actually satisfy that without worrying about what your dentist will say on your next visit. Blend together a frozen banana with blackberries, soy or almond milk, and a few handfuls of spinach. Yes, spinach! You might not think it sounds good, but the greens will blend in and you will only taste the fruit. But you’ll be getting a massively packed dose of iron and other vitamins and minerals that your body and mind crave.

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4 Surprisingly Healthy Desserts

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Whether you’re watching your waistline or just conscious of your health, you may not include dessert normally in your diet. But sometimes you just really want to indulge in something sweet, gooey and delicious after your meal! Luckily, there are some great desserts that actually have some health benefits, so you can make these and feel good about eating them! Check out these desserts that won’t get you any bad marks from your doctor or dentist:
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4 Healthy Options to Cure Sweet Cravings

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It’s so important to live a healthy and well-balanced life, but we all know what happens when the sweet craving arises: everything goes on hold until it’s satisfied! So rather than diving headfirst into a pan of chocolate brownies, prepare yourself with healthy options that won’t leave you feeling regretful later. If you want to take care of your dental health and your waistline, these 5 healthy sweets will be a perfect addition to your diet.
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5 Sweet Treats You Can Enjoy Guilt-Free

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If you’re health conscious, you already know that sugar is one of the most important parts of our diet to eliminate, and yet it seems to be found everywhere! Not only that, but many of us really crave something sweet as an energy boost throughout the day, or for a sweet treat to end a meal in a satisfying way. The fact is, sugar can be enjoying in moderate amounts as long as it’s done the natural way. Here are some ideas for sweet treats that won’t ruin your teeth or your waistline:
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