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  • Health

    What “Health” Means for You. Health means different things to different people. For some, health is being able to run for a bus without falling to a heap halfway there. For others, health is being around for their family as they grow older. Ask yourself what your health or what being healthy means to you and then build your life around that.

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  • Health

    Looking after your pet’s health is an act of love toward them. Just like human beings, pets need looking after in many ways, and as they can’t do this for themselves, it’s up to their owners to make healthy choices for them.

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  • Health

    Health is not just what you do when you are up and about, it’s also about the quality and quantity of your sleep. Particularly nowadays where we are far busier and pushed for time, we need to look at our sleep routine and make changes where required.

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  • Health

    What stops or hinders people from working on their health and fitness goals? Time and effort is often a big factor when it comes to improving our well being. Where’s the time to fit everything in your day?!

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  • Beauty

    Great skin and amplified beauty needn’t remain a far-fetched hope, dream, or the chore it can often seem like. There are natural methods used since ancient times that can assist you on your journey to looking and feeling better. The secret often lies in the simplicity and overarching wisdom of nature. Meet Argan Oil Essentials.

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  • Health

    The change of seasons is a great time to re-boot your health and beauty routine. After a while, your body becomes accustomed to products you use, the exercise you participate in, the foods you eat, and it needs a little switch-up from time to time to keep things fresh and build upon good results. 

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  • Health

    Health and becoming healthier isn’t always about upping the pace and continually pushing yourself, sometimes it’s about slowing things down and knowing when you need to take a step back. Here are some tips to help you find more, healthy moments!

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  • Shape

    The colder months are the easiest time of the year to fall off the fitness wagon. Here, fitness, nutrition, and weight loss expert Warren Honeycutt offers some tips to help you maintain healthy habits as the weather gets colder.

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  • Health

    With people more health-conscious than ever before, the use of vitamins and dietary supplements has astronomically risen. In fact, the dietary supplements market is astonishingly expected to reach over $349 billion by 2026.

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  • Shape

    Your wellness does not only depend on your physical shape, it is also indicated by your mind’s condition. We’ll take care of your mind and make you not only look better, but also feel great. We have  attached  PDF version’s of our program for your convenience. Let ‘s start.        

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  • diet

    Picnic weather is here at last! Best-selling author, chef, television personality, and educator Amy Riolo shares a healthy Mediterranean-inspired menu to share with friends and family in the great outdoors.

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  • Health

    The wellness economy is now a $4.2 trillion global industry. Yet, the questions that we most often encounter are: ‘What is wellness?’ ‘Why is it growing?’ and ‘What does it really mean?’  The new resource will bring clear, expert insights on how wellness is evolving now and into the future; the first report analyzes the four global forces driving the explosive growth in the wellness economy...

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  • HEALTH

    As summer winds down, some people who ditched their New Year’s weight-loss resolutions may re-dedicate themselves to looking good. Even more important, though, is what we put in our bodies. What we eat and drink not only impacts how we look, but how we feel.

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  • HEALTH

    Staying healthy over summer and beyond is not just about how you look, it’s also about how you feel. As the seasons change, you may find that you become more prone to infections, viruses, and bugs- particularly as the weather becomes more moist and humid (bacteria love to multiply in those types of conditions!). For this reason, boosting your immune system is not something to save just for the winter months…

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  • BEAUTY

    Having a great glow over summer boosts your confidence in many ways. When you look healthy and radiant, that naturally translates to how you feel within. How can you feel more confident and find your glow over summer? Find here...

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  • Health

    As wonderful as summer is, it can also be quite problematic for people that have sensitive, light or fair skin. These skin types can be more prone to sunburn and so extra precaution is needed for well-being and skin protection. So what is the right approach to skincare?

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  • Health

    Thinking about getting a “healthy tan” over vacation? Think again. While having fun in the sun, consider these five tips to make sure your trip is a healthy one. 

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  • Mind

    Studies show that green space and landscaping contribute to health, happiness, and intellect. Living landscapes are an important part of the outdoor lifestyle that Americans enjoy, but the benefits go beyond the barbeque and backyard baseball. Green spaces are necessary for your health.

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  • HEALTH

    It's common knowledge that our tastes develop and change as we get older—but it's arguably much more important to understand how our body reacts to different foods and environmental triggers as we age. Dr. Chad Larson has spent his entire career treating patients with food reactivity and he has found that food intolerances and sensitivities (and how they develop as we age) can be every bit as problematic for the body as a severe allergy. 

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  • HEALTH

    As the season begins, we’re reminded of family gathering for cookouts, picnics and other outdoor fun. These times can be joyous occasions for many families, but they can be challenging for the millions of people living with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.

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