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CREATINE: One of the Hottest Sports Supplement

09 February 2016

The aim of this article is simply to inform the reader of the basic principles and foundations behind creatine and its supplementation. Its popularity is evident and likely a result of the fact that, short of macronutrients

Barley a Good Option to Manage Your Appetite

10 February 2016

A recent study from Lund University in Sweden shows that barley can rapidly improve people's health by reducing blood sugar levels and the risk for diabetes. The special mixture of dietary fibres found in barley, can help reduce people's appetite and risk for cardiovascular disease.

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Healthy Heart Awareness Month

February 2016      

The term heart disease covers many conditions, including abnormal heart structure, valve defects and defects with the "pace-maker", which triggers a regular heartbeat. February is healthy Heart Month dedicated to remind that the need to protect their heart and take action in the right direction.


Weight Loss

Yoga to Manage Hypothyroidism and Prevent Weight Gain
11 January 2016

About half of the estimated 27 million Americans with Thyroid disease remain undiagnosed, according to the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists. 


Breastfeeding and HIV transmission
28 December 2015

A large study of mothers and children carried out in Zimbabwe lends further support to the view that it is probably better for mothers with HIV infection to breastfeed exclusively rather than engage in mixed feeding.


Target Less Soda Purchase in 2016 for a Healthier You
11 January 2016

The less soda we drink, the healthier we'll be; the drink has been linked to a myriad of ailments including obesity, diabetes, and tooth decay. In turn, health costs would be alleviated, too.

Women Beauty

5 Glaucoma Prevention Tips
09 February 2016

Glaucoma is an eye condition that usually develops when fluid increases in the front part of the eye and causes pressure, damaging the optic nerve. If left untreated it can lead to loss of vision.

Fitness For Models

The Y-T-I Workout for a Sexy Back
27 October 2015

With the arrival of summer and ostentation of back-less dresses it time to get your back toned and do away with the side bulge. Little things such as the way we sit at work, or the way we carry our handbag,


Yoga For Those Who Sit All Day
02 February 2016

Sitting for longer duration on chair can lead to a whole slew of problems including back pain and reduced mobility. It is also associated with higher heart attack, metabolic syndrome, obesity and type 2 diabetes risk as well as earlier overall death. But for anyone with a desk job, sitting all day is hard to avoid.