Archive for the ‘Health Tools’ Category

How to lose weight before wedding day

Friday, November 15th, 2013

In order to lose weight, there are two paths to be followed by a bride-to-be, either hitting the panic button and achieve nothing or plan out and follow a bridal bootcamp and be at one’s svelte best.

Following are some pointers to plan out the most effective exercise routine for some last-minute relief.

A bride can workout at home, join a fitness studio or a gym.

Whichever way the bride chooses, the ideal package requires a combination of strength/resistance training two to three times a weeks, as well as cardio and yoga/ pilates on the rest of the days alternatively, Andpersand reported.

Most women are conscious of flabby arms, stout thighs or a flabby mid-line.

Therefore, it’s best to concentrate on these trouble spots during the bootcamp routine, where one could opt for pilates, TRX, body combat or yoga for the quickest results.


Reasons why children need to meditate

Tuesday, November 12th, 2013

Think about it. How often would you tell your children not to study and just watch TV instead? Probably not too many times, right? Why, because you obviously want the best for them. And who other than you would know the best for your child?

You always want to give them the best of everything, be it clothes, education or food. You get them the best gifts on their birthdays and do whatever it takes to keep them happy, healthy and be successful in life.

And now it’s time to give them the best gift of their life – something which they will cherish lifelong and be grateful, for it will change their life for the better. A simple yet very effective technique called meditation – one of the most valuable skills we can teach our children.


Why chocolate is good for your health

Wednesday, February 13th, 2013

As Valentine’s Day approaches, the American Chemical Society (ACS) – the world’s largest scientific society, has released a new Bytesize Science video today featuring five chemistry facts that highlight why chocolate, in moderation, may be good for you.

The video, produced by the ACS Office of Public Affairs, is available at

The video explains how a bar of chocolate contains hundreds of compounds, many with beneficial properties.

Among the video’s “sweet” facts were that chocolate may improve your mood, and not just because of its delicious flavor.

Chocolate contains a number of chemicals that inhibit the breakdown of the neurotransmitter anandamide — sometimes called “the molecule of bliss” — which can block feelings of pain and depression.


Health tip of the day

Monday, July 16th, 2012

Start your day with lemon juice and honey in lukewarm water to help your body get rid of the harmful acids it produces.

Calorie Counter

Friday, September 3rd, 2010

Weight LossCalculator

Friday, September 3rd, 2010

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