Coffee is synonymous with keeping our eyes open when we would much rather take a snooze. Apart from its ability to stimulate us, coffee is also known for its antioxidant properties. Science also states that it can prevent the onset of diseases such as cancer and Parkinson’s disease. For the average person, it is also said to enhance performance and make you smarter. One does, however, require a measure of caution when taking coffee to avoid tossing and turning at night.
There is no better time to start making changes to your eating habits and committing to a weight loss program than right now. It’s never too late – or too early – to start; you just have to make a decision to start losing weight and commit to achieving your goals in a healthy way.
Do you leave the gym feeling like you’ve left absolutely nothing on the table every time? Most of us can’t respond to this question with a resounding yes. We all have days when we feel like we haven’t really put in enough effort or quite achieved what we set out to accomplish. There may be days when you’re under the weather or tiredness puts pay to a PB, but if you experience this feeling on a regular basis, there may be changes you can make to get more out of your workouts. If you’re looking to maximise the time you have available, here are some strategies to try.
2019 is here and I’m sure you’ve set your resolutions! It can be really hard to stay motivated throughout the year, you’re back to work and can easily settle into old routines. I’m here to give some advice on ways you can stay healthy in the new year! It’s best to make a plan and find fun ways to stay healthy all year round:
Europe is a beautiful place and given that it has some of the most historic and picturesque cities in the whole world, it’s the perfect continent to take a city break in. However, as it is with any holiday, what you need to pack depends mostly on the time of the year you are planning to take the break. Nonetheless, we have listed some of the essentials, so that you never feel ill-prepared for your upcoming European city break.
When you are getting ready to go away on holiday, it might seem like there are a thousand and one things you need to do. When attempting to tackle this colossus of a task, it is quite easy for some of the little things to slip between the cracks and be forgotten. Here are some of them; things you are likely to forget while preparing to travel.
There probably isn’t an expectant mother on earth who doesn’t begin worrying about the health of her baby from the moment she’s informed she’s with child. However, for a first pregnancy, everything is new. You don’t know what to expect as the months go by and every little change in your body gives rise to a new concern. Of course, you will get the best information from your OB/GYN team, but much of what worries you are just those normal changes you go through at various stages of pregnancy. If you are looking for ways to promote a healthy pregnancy, here are some things you can do for yourself and that little life growing inside you.
How do energy supplements work?
The top secret about energy boosts is that a majority of them contain caffeine. The same ingredient found in most coffees and some teas. Caffeine works by boosting metabolism, which results in a sense of heightened physical and mental energy. Some herbs, such as Guarana contain small amounts of caffeine. When it comes to caffeine, the key is to not overdo it. However, some vitamin suppliers, list their ingredients upfront. Other herbs, such as Asian Ginseng, don’t necessarily contain caffeine but they tend to contain a lot of filler ingredients.
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Breakthroughs in beauty happen more and more often thanks to innovative advancements in technology. 2019 looks to be one of the best years yet for those looking to fight the signs of aging in their tracks.
Here are 4 of the most powerful anti-aging tips you need to know about in 2019.
Acne is an unpleasant skin affliction. It can affect anyone, at any time, but acne is more common in teenagers and young adults and 80% of people in this age bracket are affected at some point. Even older people can suffer from acne flare-ups. Stress and hormonal upheaval all play a part.