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Natural Remedy for Acne

posted on November 17th, 2012 ·


Acne is one problem that we all have to go through. Whether its pre teen years, pregnancy months or even those rough days, acne is always an added misery. I too was one of the people who had to deal with acne, but fortunately my acne was not hereditary or severe. It was temporary breaks which would often be healed through some old handed down home remedies. Here are some of the natural remedies for acne that I tried, and was very happy with the results.


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Forearm – The Muscle You Probably Never Train, But Perhaps Should.

posted on November 13th, 2012 ·


Every time I talk about forearm, I think about Popeye forearm which is much bigger than his butt. Forearm muscles are located between the elbow and wrist of the lower arm. Just like calf, forearm is a another common neglected body part. Calves work whenever we walk and forearms come into play whenever we move our fingers. Yet both muscle groups are slow in developing, except those who blessed with good genetics in that areas.

But, forearm is important. (more…)

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Why You Should Not Do Sit-Up For Your Abs?

posted on November 9th, 2012 ·


Sit-up is a popular strength training workout meant for abdominal muscles. Let’s look at how to do a proper sit-up before I tell you why sit-up may not be suitable for you.


  1. Lying with your back on the floor. Bent your knees to reduce the stress on your back. Your feet should be about shoulder width apart. (more…)

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6 Ways To Raise Your Energy Level

posted on November 3rd, 2012 ·


Once you wake up in the morning, if you know that you have tonnes to do for the rest of the day yet you simply do not have enough energy to follow through them, it can be very challenging.  I used to experience fatigue, especially in the early afternoon, right after lunch.  Low energy level causes you to be unproductive, uncreative and low tolerance with trivial things.  I am talking about two types of energy – physical energy is the one that get you walking, jumping or running whereas the personal energy is the one that empowers you to take on anything mentally.  Don’t you wish to have never ending house power to get things done with persistent high level of energy? (more…)

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Top 5 Foods That Drain Your Energy

posted on October 29th, 2012 ·


Sometime in a day, you suddenly feel slow and sluggish.  You slept enough, but you just feel different for no apparent reason.  If you wonder why, the answer may lie in what you just ate.  In this article, I will share with you what types of food you should avoid as they will zap your energy.

1) Avoid Breakfast with Sugary Food
While it is important to eat breakfast everyday, you should avoid refined carbohydrates, be it sugar or white flour.  I mean, sweet doughnuts and smoothies.  No doubt, they will give you an energy spike, but that boost is short term and you will be in doze mode quickly.  Opt for a protein rich protein. (more…)

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The Truth About Jennifer Lopez’s Workout and Diet Plan

posted on October 25th, 2012 ·


Jennifer Lopez (J.Lo) is a famous American actress and singer.  She is one of the few celebrities known to have “big” figure yet remains popular.  She is not those Jennifer Aniston slim type, and definitely not hardcore Madonna bodybuilder type, neither she is the Jessica Biel athletic type.

In February 2008, after giving birth to twins, she gained about 55 pounds.  Despite what she said about not sticking to workout routine, the truth is that she actually takes workout routine and nutrition regimen seriously.  She probably wants people to have the perception that she does not have to try hard to look good. (more…)

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