Taking a break over the holiday season is what we all love. It’s up there with winning the lottery, right? Well there’s good reason for it to be important in your life and experts are now saying that regular holidays are vital and shouldn't be put off. "Our bodies need a break from the stresses of work," says Andrew McCombe ..
Keep this delicious recipe on hand for any days you feel bloated, sluggish or have low energy. It’s quick to whip up and is digestion-relieving too. So even if you’ve had too much Christmas pudding, this smoothie will calm a tummy ache and help to flush out toxins. The Greek yoghurt offers a healthy boost of probiotics to ..
In the holiday season, we all tend to overindulge. It’s hard not to. But just because there is food and drink in abundance, doesn't mean we should forget all the hard work we’ve done this year. Follow these simple steps to keep your health on track so you not only feel great, but have plenty of energy to make the most of the holiday ..
Needing some inspiration on what to buy that fit friend this Christmas? Check out these great gifts that will leave them super motivated and ready to tackle 2015. Yoga Mat Help free their spirit with this range of yoga mats and accessories from LuluLemon (http://www.lululemon.com.au/products/category/women-yoga-mats-and-props?pagesize=All) ..
Avocados may be fatty, but that doesn't mean that they are bad for your health. In fact, this fruit is a nutritional powerhouse providing numerous potential health benefits. Its creamy texture and rich taste make it a common ingredient in many dishes. It is probably most well known for being a key ingredient in the Mexican dip "guacamole". ..
As our to-do lists get longer and longer, "working out” can be one of those chores that gets pushed down the list. Especially if it is a chore for you and isn't your idea of fun. But having a treadmill or another piece of equipment in your own home is a great way to get set up and break the cycle of procrastination. Here we will show yo ..
To stay fit, we need to train our brains as well as our bodies. Half the battle is convincing our minds that we can achieve our goals. Like all humans, conquering challenges and failure is all part of the journey to get to a destination. Tough ask, considering our brains are wired to seek out negative information and store it more quickly to m ..
Here are the most common nutrition myths that most women find themselves making when either dieting or just trying to live a healthier life. As well as tips on how to avoid these traps which can send you off track or demotivate us. Calorie counting: There are plenty of weight loss programs out there that follow this method of quality V quant ..
Everyone sweats, whether it's a hot day outside or you are trucking along on a treadmill.Sweating is our body's way of cooling itself down. Our sweat glands produce perspiration which is then carried to the skin's surface to lower the body's temperature. You can control the situation, to a degree. If you are a coffee drinker, caffeine can i ..
We love our BreakFree Pink Treadmill (http://www.cardiotech.com.au/treadmills/breakfree), and this month it's the perfect excuse to love it even more! October is the National Breast Cancer Foundation's (http://www.nbcf.org.au) famous pink fundraising month and this year we're backing it big time with a 'Walk a kilometre in their shoes' even ..