Supplements, we hear about them all the time. They are virtually everywhere – from billboards, brochures and TV ads. For some reason, we have been made to believe that we need supplements in our lives. And true enough, we do.
Everyone knows the key ingredients to losing weight - it’s exercise coupled with a healthy diet. But in today’s generation, people have somehow developed this odd obsession to fit into a size 0, and this has pressured so many young girls owing to the comical belief that you can only be considered beautiful once you have a model-like frame.
We’ve all been in love at one time or another. It could be someone from your high school clique who you spend most of your afternoons with or someone from work who happens to be the guy who’s always available when you’re craving for a chicken burrito at 5pm or it could be the guy who you go to the gym with.
If there is one thing that stops us from achieving a body like J.Lo’s it’s the very fact that we can’t stop ourselves from snacking. Wouldn’t you agree?
Your 20s is the time when you can finally find the courage (and perhaps the job) to move out of your parent’s home, make your way up the corporate ladder and have the license to drink as many margaritas as your body allows.
Do you ever wonder how today’s famous celebrities keep their bodies fit and healthy despite their busy schedules? How they manage to look as young as 35 despite being in their 50s?
Yoga can be an excellent exercise if you’re planning to lose weight. It also offers tons of health benefits. Aside from relaxing your mind, yoga can help lower your blood pressure, improve your blood circulation, strengthen your bones and joints.
Let’s be honest, at some point in your life you’ve sworn to yourself that you’ll do everything you can to lose weight. You’e probably even tried countless of fad diets but in the end you always end up upset and disappointed with the results.
Everywhere you go you see billboards, TV ads, magazines and photos of beautiful celebrities and models wearing the latest fashion trends. And who would not want to copy what your favorite fashion icon is wearing?
Have you ever heard of the term psychodermatology? Apparently this is a relatively new field of study that combines psychiatry and dermatology.