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I’ve talked about the health benefits of meditation for some time, and then came across this article today in the Health section of the Daily Mail so thought I’d share it with you. (more…)

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Startling new research reported by the BBC today shows that there may well be a link between the quality of leadership at work and your health.

We’ve probably all been there – that sinking feeling that starts just before Sunday lunch and turns into full-blown dread by the time the alarm goes off on a Monday morning. I remember it all too well and know the very real physical effects that the stress of a terrible manager had on me – I was often ill, my weight ballooned and I suffered from IBS for several years. In the end I did the only thing I could do – I changed jobs and found something I enjoyed.

If YOU are feeling the effects of work-related stress, there are several things you can try: (more…)

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Herbalife Distributor training teaches the importance of all-round health and well-being. It’s about intelligent nutrition as a core element of a healthy active lifestyle, including exercise AND relaxation – all of which give great health benefits, for body and mind.

Over the last few months I have become increasingly interested in the health benefits of meditation, and thought I’d share a few of them with you, as listed on www.healthandyoga.com

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I am often asked whether it is necessary to stop drinking in order to take control of someone’s weight – especially if the person is trying to lose weight or has been struggling to maintain their ideal weight. And a surprising number of the people I speak to are consuming a glass or two (or more) of wine most evenings.

Whilst I am a firm believer in the “little bit of what you fancy does you good” mentality, it is important to think about the implications of this level of alcohol intake – here are a few points that you may not have considered. (more…)

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