What’s your present to you this Christmas?

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A few mornings with a banging headache after a few too many Christmas spirits?

Maybe a stomach ache because your eyes were bigger than your belly?
Or a few more pounds to lose than the original plan.
(Insert other festive over-indulgences here).

It may be too late to change how it’s going to go down, your diary is already booked up months in advance for drinks & dinners with all your friends and family, and no-one wants to cancel. Christmas is such a fun time of year to catch up and connect with those we love; it’s only our wallets and health that really take a bashing.

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Why wait Until January?

Getting nervous about holiday weight gain but banking on your resolution to get you back in shape? With one simple adjustment, you won’t need to worry — seriously!

Here’s the hack: start your New Year’s resolution NOW — in November and December, set your healthy goal early to avoid holiday weight gain so when 2017 rolls around, you won’t have anything to lose and you can just focus on feeling your best. If you’ve got a general goal of losing weight, then starting early will ensure that the holiday season won’t set you back.

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8 Easy Tips For Reducing Your Exposure To Everyday Toxins

As we know, toxins are pretty much everywhere in today’s world. Our modern-day conveniences are often responsible for the high presence of toxins in our workplaces and homes, and in our foods and drinks.
In the past, I thought on this fact and it made me upset and even somewhat worried. Thankfully, I now realize that I do not have to be a helpless victim of my environment. Some years ago, my wife and I began to make simple, yet significant lifestyle changes that reduce our exposure to common toxins. I would like to share them with you so that you can be helped as well.

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The Healing Benefits Of Bath Salts

The healing benefits of bath salts, both Epsom salts and Dead Sea salts, have been known for centuries. Today, Epsom salts and Dead Sea salts are a popular, natural ingredient in many home made bath salts. They both have benefits that make taking a soak in the bath not only a relaxing experience, but a healing one too, as the chemical components of both salts are readily absorbed through the skin. Here’s some facts about the origins, composition and benefits of both types of salts.

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