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Popular Myths about Healthy Living

“Chocolate is bad for you” This is a classic line to hear in the staff room at lunch and it is at best only half right. Chocolate, as with anything, should only be eaten in moderation but the most negative problem with eating chocolate is the high sugar content but there are ways round this. […]

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Get Clear Skin with Acne Treatments

Millions of people all over the world are struggling with acne regardless of gender and age. Acne is a skin condition that can appear on any part of the body but most commonly on the face, back, chest and shoulders. An outbreak can occur due to fluctuating hormones, an unhealthy diet, vitamin deficiency and stress. […]

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8 Foods that Lead to Body Odor

When it comes to body odor, your diet may or may not work against you. One of the factors that influence the natural odor of your body is the food that you eat. Certain foods produce body odor when metabolized and broken down inside the body. Here are the top eight foods that can lead […]

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6 Step Healing After a Workout

Working out isn’t always easy on our bodies, sometimes we overdo it or make a mistake and it causes our bodies pain. If you ever find yourself hurt after a workout and it doesn’t need professional medical attention, try this 6 step healing process: Drink water First things first, hydrate immediately. Your body tends is […]

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Vulvar Cancer Life Expectancy

Vulvar cancer is one of the gynecological cancers and accounts for around 4% of such cancer types. It is characterized by malignant growth in the vulva, which is an outer part of the female genitals. Most likely, this cancer affects elder women. Cancer of the vulva can be mainly classified into 5 types squamous cell […]

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Basic Tips for Staying Fit and Healthy in College

The infamous freshman 15—we’ve all heard about it, many of us have experienced it, and some of us are dreading it. When I was in college I managed to gain and lose 20 to 30 pounds over the course of a grueling four year degree. More important though, than gaining some weight during your freshman […]

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Tips for Using Calorie Counting Effectively

A lot of times when people first start off on their journey to health and fitness they turn to calorie counting to keep track of how much they’re eating. The process of recording calories can be a beneficial one, keeping you accountable and aware of how much food you’re consuming, but it can also be […]

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Lower Ab Exercises for men

Flat abs symbolize peak physical fitness, and in the celebrity tabloids abs have also become a kind of yardstick for sex appeal. Year after year, countless men swear that they will work their abs and achieve the exlusive six-pack – most of these men fail. The reasons for wanting great abs are simple: you’ll feel […]

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Dumbbell Exercises – Insane Chest Workout

A simple set of dumbbells and a basic workout plan target your major muscle groups, building your mass or toning your muscles. These combined movements, along with high-intensity training, maximize working out your muscles simultaneously, while forcing you to maintain better balance and coordination. Insane Dumbbell Chest Workout CLOSE GRIP DUMBBELL PRESS PULLOVER – 10 REPS […]

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10 Tips to Curb Mindless Snacking

We’ve all been there before; you open up a bag of chips or a sleeve of cookies with the intent of only having a handful, or sticking to the portion size. You start out well enough, sneaking in a few extra bites, but vowing to put the food away after those one or two extras. […]

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