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  • Four super-simple tips to stay hydrated this spring
  • The flowers are blooming, the trees are budding, the temperature is warming up and the animals are coming out to play... spring is here! So it's time you start paying attention to how much water you drink on a daily basis to ensure your body stays replenished in the heat. Water is the one nutrient that you can't survive without for more than a couple of days. So you can bet that there's science... ››› more
  • [02 September 2016]
  • Warning: Dehydration is making you fat and sick!
  • Feeling thirsty is your body's way of telling you that you're already dehydrated. Dehydration occurs when the amount of water leaving your body exceeds the amount of water you take in - and it's one of the main causes of weight gain! But that's not all - dehydration does more than affect your ability to burn fat and slow down your metabolism… Read on for ten other things that happen to you... ››› more
  • [31 August 2016]
  • Chapped lips, itchy ears and other signals your body might be giving off due to bad health
  • Your body is similar to laptops, cars and even relationships in a sense that when things go awry, it generally doesn't just shut down without warning. Instead, it sends you subtle signals to let you know that something isn't right. The tricky part is interpreting those signals, which, like any skill, takes time and practise to perfect. Read on to find out how to identify six of the most common ... ››› more
  • [15 February 2016]
  • Why it's not booze you should give up for 2016 - it's coffee
  • If you've ever seen a dermatologist for acne, rosacea, or any kind of inflammation, really, you've probably heard this advice before: Stop drinking coffee! I've encountered those words many times, but never acted on them. Until recently, that is, when my curiosity (and quest for better skin) finally overtook my caffeine addiction. I went coffee-free for four weeks and lived to tell the tale ... ››› more
  • [08 December 2015]
  • The only thing that can actually get rid of a hangover is…
  • Ever since drinking alcohol became a thing, people have been searching for a way to go heavy on the pour, but light on the hangover. Unfortunately, according to two new drinking surveys, this search is probably futile. One poll, conducted in Canada, concluded that if you drink to excess, you're going to have a hangover - no ifs, and or buts. A second poll, conducted in the Netherlands, sugge... ››› more
  • [03 September 2015]
  • I gave up coffee for four weeks… Here's what happened to my skin
  • If you've ever seen a dermatologist for acne, rosacea, or any kind of inflammation, really, you've probably heard this advice before: Stop drinking coffee! I've encountered those words many times, but never acted on them. Until recently, that is, when my curiosity (and quest for better skin) finally overtook my caffeine addiction. I went coffee-free for four weeks and lived to tell the tale ... ››› more
  • [17 August 2015]
  • Forget meds! Combat your winter allergies naturally in five easy ways
  • Winter is here, and with it comes a number of dreaded allergies, from watery eyes and coughing, to sneezing and a runny nose… But don't worry. There are ways you can stop winter from stuffing you up without resorting to over-the-counter and prescription meds. Well-respected surgeon and author Dr Oz has let out five simple, effective ways to help you with your allergies not only in winter,... ››› more
  • [21 May 2015]
  • If you only drink one thing today, make sure it's water
  • Do you drink enough water throughout the day? If you answered “no”, you need to change. Your body is about 65% water and that makes it the most important thing to pass your lips. And even though it's essential for your entire body, it's even more important for your brain. This because your brain contains a whopping 75% water. And losing water in the command centre of your body ... ››› more
  • [06 November 2014]
  • Skimping on your eight glasses a day? Watch out for type 2 diabetes
  • You might not think it's an important part of your everyday health, but ensuring you drink eight glasses of water a day is absolutely essential. Not only does your body contain 60% water and all processes need it to run smoothly, but not drinking enough puts you at risk of type 2 diabetes. It's true! When you don't have enough fluid in your body, the concentration of all compounds incr... ››› more
  • [07 October 2014]
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