As the UK recession shows no immediate signs of easing, like many of you, I’ve been forced to rein in my spending. Yet, whilst I may have had to scrutinise the contents of my shopping trolley a little more closely, thankfully I haven’t had to compromise on the quality of the food that goes in it. In fact, I’ve recently discovered that I can still buy a fantastic range of wholesome superfoods on a seriously healthy budget!
Fitness is something everyone wants. But most of them think of it as a torture. Well, you don’t have to spend hours together to get fit. Half an hour every day would be enough to get in good shape. Exercise has a lot of benefits and can be real fun too. After reading the tips below, you too will feel that it is not a tough job. Below are given some simple tips to get in good shape without getting annoyed. Well, read on to know them!
It's front page news today about Angelina Joile having both of her breasts removed to 'avoid' getting breast cancer. But is it really the right thing to do?
These days we’re all under immense pressure to maintain our youthful good looks for as long as possible and unfortunately, more and more of us are resorting to increasingly drastic measures including plastic surgery, chemical peels and Botox, in a desperate bid to turn back the hands of time.
For those with psychological issues, cosmetic surgery may not be the solution Patients who have suffered from domestic violence, or who have underlying psychological issues, are more likely to undergo cosmetic surgery.
A plant called Tulsi, or Holy Basil, which grows all over India might just be another answer to defluoridating water in poor countries all over the world.
From May 2013, all parents in the UK will be able to discover Camilia®, the homeopathic medication for infants suffering from teething pains that was created by Boiron Laboratories in 1994.
Recently I asked my dear friend Nicky Done (AKA@holistic_healing) to share her thoughts on chronic illness and its impact on relationships.
Cellulite, those pockets of fat that tend to collect on buttocks, thighs and upper arms, are a cause of embarrassment for many. The dimpling, “orange peel” effect occurs when fat cells push against the surrounding subcutaneous connective tissue in your skin.
With the flu season ramping up, many are looking to vaccination as a "preventive" approach. Those who abstain are often accused of being uneducated, or worse, socially irresponsible. Nothing could be further from the truth.
It's an industrial world out there. Few pristine places are left on Earth, and even there the winds of industry blow. Luckily we have answers.