MIND BODY & SPIRIT
Featuring articles from area experts that helps enhance the Mind, Body and Spirit of the individual and tips to maintain you and your inner beauty needs.
Wednesday, 13 January 2016 14:45 Written by
Lots of things in life create messes that need to be cleaned up — even in our bodies. Think of a playroom after a long day of family fun — toys and games strewed about the room, which if not tidied, we often end up tripping over. The same holds true for our bodies. After a holiday season of overeating and overindulging, our bodies need straightening up to function at their best, otherwise our digestive system becomes cluttered with toxins. And with cold and flu season in full swing, a body clean up will not only help to improve your digestive system, but it may also help boost your immune system as well.
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Wednesday, 23 December 2015 08:00 Written by
When you're constantly bombarded with messages and news about the latest anti-aging treatments and methods, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. How can you maintain a skincare routine when the rules seem to be ever-changing? It might be simpler than you think. By separating the hype from reality, you can come up with a core skincare routine to perfectly suit the skin you're in.
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Wednesday, 16 December 2015 08:00 Written by
Moisturizers are staples of our daily self-care regime. You wake up, you wash your face, you tone (admittedly, sometimes you forget!) and you hydrate your skin. As we age, moisturizing our skin becomes more important as our skin loses moisture, resulting in a loss of plumpness. The search for the perfect moisturizer is endless but fret no more, I come to end your plight.
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Wednesday, 09 December 2015 09:23 Written by
Our schedules for work, family and community it's leave us grabbing meals on the go, which can catch up with your waste-line over time. Carving out time on the weekends to par-cook foods to utilize throughout the week, can be a big help to your diet, and your budget!
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Monday, 23 November 2015 08:00 Written by
Everyone is looking for a way to reduce their weight and be healthier. One of the hottest holiday gifts this year was the FitBit health tracker. My 13 year old son Nick received one and I have noticed him being more mindful of eating sugar and staying active. He said that "It's made working out and exercising fun and easy. Almost like a game, and your opponent is yourself."
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