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Eat Right to Fight Cancer

A cancer diagnosis brings a lot of questions about nutrition and diet. Will I feel sick? Will I be able to eat normally? What should I eat to help my body fight cancer and heal? 281 more words


Alimentation, i got some tricks for you!

I’ve been interested in alimentation for 10 yrs now.

It was Jujimufu and Antoine Vaillant from TrickTutorials.com (which no longer exist) that inspired me for the journey of getting better, feeling better and rocking my Life with Full Energy! 1,112 more words


The Skinny on Cutting (and the Fat on Bulking?)

Everyone is different, obviously. If we weren’t, life would be boring. If you are reading this blog, it is either because I make you laugh (or my memes make you laugh) or you are interested in getting in shape. 2,001 more words


Weight loss, exercise, or both and physical function in obese older adults


“Obesity exacerbates the age-related decline in physical function and causes frailty in older adults; however, the appropriate treatment for obese older adults is controversial.”


This figure illustrates perfectly, the importance of nutritional considerations when it comes to tackling the obesity phenomenon.

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Boost Your Fat-Burning With The Help Of Thermogenic Supplements

Unfortunately, there’s no magic bullet that you can take to instantly melt fat as it takes hard work in the gym and a disciplined diet. That said, an effective diet and training program can be made even better with the help of the right supplements. 1,310 more words

Life Coach

Qn of the Month: Where Can I Get Baby & Toddler Friendly Recipes?

Aside from getting recipes through cookbooks, magazines, friends and family, the Internet is the next best source for baby and toddler recipes. Just type in the words “baby food recipes” in the Google search bar and you will get close to 82 million results! 294 more words

Foods To Eat

Part II Prebiotics And Probiotics Do I Need Them?

What Are Prebiotics

Prebiotics are “partially” non-digestible, nutrients that are naturally occurring in the food that we eat that the friendly bacteria in your colon use as a source of growth energy. 467 more words

Dr Wendy Dearborne