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Find Your WHY And You'll Find Your Way

A common goal for many people is to lose weight. In fact, if you use Google search, how to lose weight is in the top 3 most popular questions.  With a multi-million dollar weight-loss industry out there and a worldwide obesity epidemic,…
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Don’t Believe Everything You Think

“Don’t believe everything you think. Thoughts are just that - thoughts” - Allan Lokos, authorMost of us want a mindset that helps us feel good and helps us be productive, kind, helpful and just all-around awesome. But our mindsets…
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Not all calories are created equally

Calories are often at the centre of our decision as to whether or not to eat a certain food.  Many of us are counting our calories and many weight loss programs require you to do the same, but is it an effective long-term strategy? We would…
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Be Kind To Yourself

“If your compassion does not include yourself, it is incomplete…” - BuddhaWe know that feeling compassionate towards others is a good trait to have.Feeling compassionate means we are aware and are moved by the suffering of others.…
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Sleep, Focus and Cognitive Performance

Do you wake up feeling exhausted?  Or have trouble concentrating at work? Or maybe your tolerance levels are lower than usual. It might be you are not getting enough sleep.Cognitive performance is our ability to utilise the knowledge…

Don't Drink Your Calories

When we’re thirsty, most of us have a huge range of beverages to choose from, but many of these are doing a lot more than quenching our thirst. What regular drinkers of sweetened beverages may not realise is they are adding to their daily…
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Your Brain Needs Water

In order for our brains to function optimally, we need to ensure we stay hydrated.  Brain cells need water (amongst other things) to operate or they will quickly lose efficiency when the balance is lost. Drinking water is not just…
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Talk to alleviate stress

There are many ways to deal with stress.  Exercise, mindfulness, spending time in nature are all effective ways to manage your stress. There is another way to manage stress which is very simple and incredibly effective - talking.In…
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Make Stress Your Friend

Our lives are busy juggling work, finances, marriage, kids, family, friends - the list goes on. We are constantly hearing from health experts that stress is bad for us and that we need to be less stressed which, ironically, often makes us…