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Know How Argan Oil Can be A Saviour for Your Skin

More and more people are turning toward the organic lifestyle to eliminate the dangerous effects of toxic chemicals from products such as, cosmetics. Conventional cosmetic products may not only damage your skin, but also lead to various severe skin conditions. Argan oil is great for alleviating conditions which effect hair and skin. Extracted from the kernel of the argan tree (Argania Spinosa), this ...

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Top 7 Reasons Why Morning Exercises Are Crucially Important For Your Health

Jennifer O’Neal | If you yearn for better performance and stout, strong and fit body, obviously exercise is the only natural way to achieve that. Moreover, exercising early in the morning is way more effective and beneficial than in any other time of the day. Be it running in treadmills/open tracks or riding exercise bikes, sweating out in the morning ...

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Lets Talk About Depression

Kalie Jade | They call it the silent killer. They say it’s a process you must go through to come out of the other side. What puzzles me is that if so many of us are going through it, why is no one talking about it? I need to talk about it. I’ve just emerged from the darkness, and hope ...

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How is the Food You Eat Effecting You? Key Foods to Help to Boost Your Mood

Juliette Bryant | You are what you eat. No one would deny it. Eat a lot of doughnuts and you’ll start to look like one. But what about the subtle affects that food has on our mood, brain chemistry and emotional wellbeing? In this article I’ll give guidance on the best foods for a positive life and the ones to ...

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Vitamins – How to Keep them Healthy..

What are vitamins? Everyone has heard of vitamins. There’s a decent chance that you’ve been told to take vitamins one or maybe a thousand times in your life. But what are vitamins? Very many people don’t know the exact answer to that question. Vitamins are nutrients that are needed by an organism to be healthy and, in some cases, to ...

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Everything You Need to Know About Carrier Oils

Sally Wong | Essential oils are growing in popularity nationwide. As more research is done to uncover the natural healing and therapeutic properties of different essential oils, there is more interest in learning to use them properly to do everything from clean the home to ease allergy symptoms and promote better sleep. Carrier oils can play an essential role in ...

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Himalayan Pink Salt Health Benefits and How to Implement Them

Terri David | Hidden in the beauty of the world’s highest mountain range lies Himalayan pink salt, the ancient secret to health, beauty, and total well-being. Known to be the cleanest and purest form of salt in the world, Himalayan pink salt has been used in natural medicine and therapeutic treatments for centuries. With benefits that include everything from increased ...

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HOW I HEALED EMOTIONAL WOUNDS THROUGH BREATHWORK

Lisa Li | Breathing was always an issue for me from day one. Asthma, a collapsed lung, allergies, sickness and continuously being told I couldn’t breathe properly by doctors didn’t help my cause. Daily use of inhalers plus a low immune system caused by overuse of antibiotics, steroids, bad skin due to being overloaded with toxins and on top of it ...

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HOW TO GET RID OF COFFEE JITTERS & ANXIETY

MAVERICK WILSON | Do you find that you get a little… irritable, with your morning coffee lately?  Have you enjoyed it for a while but now find that it sets you off?  Are you having trouble sleeping lately? If this sounds like you, this article may help. I’ve enjoyed coffee since I was in high school, and I’ve had a love-hate relationship ...

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WHAT 2,000 CALORIES OR MORE LOOKS LIKE AT ALMOST EVERY FAST FOOD CHAIN

MARK DENICOLA | By this point there are very few of us who see fast food items as a healthy dietary choice, yet many of us continue to succumb to their unmistakable charms quite regularly. While 2014 research from the NPD Group revealed that Americans are dining out less often, they still average approximately 191 visits per year when both dining in and takeout ...

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