An archive of all our weekly tips. Click on the pics for more information.
1) The many uses of coconut oil.
2) Copycat: Learn from your flexible friend and train yourself to stretch as often as possible. Before/after exercise, before/after sleeping etc. It boosts circulation and digestion.
3) Eyes may be the windows to the soul, but what if yours are looking a bit cloudy? Find some tips here to maintain healthy eyesight.
4) Berry good for you. Blueberries, blackberries, strawberries and raspberries contain plant nutrients known as anthocyanidins, which are powerful antioxidants which help illness.
5) Tomatoes are not only delicious eaten raw, delightful in stews and tasty in soups, but they also help prevent cancer. Studies have shown that tomatoes are rich in vitamin C and contain lycopene – a powerful cancer fighter.
6) Sitting in front of a computer all day does not mean that your neck needs to suffer! Here is a helpful video that shows simple workplace exercises to help with neck stiffness.
7) Avocados have great nutritional value. Just one fifth of an avocado contributes nearly 20 vitamins and minerals. They also help promote healthy skin. Avocados are great in salads, sandwiches or even on their own.
8) For years, many have used activated charcoal to whiten teeth and soothe stomach bugs. Whether it truly works or not as a whitener is a mystery, but it is worth giving it a try.
As awful as it looks, I decided to give it a try myself.
9) Sweet potatoes; the one carbohydrate worth keeping in your diet. Even Tim Noakes is for it and paleo dieters praise it. It is amazing in a mash or oven-baked. Click here to read up on their benefits.
Here is an AMAZING recipe for sweet potato mash that I use almost weekly.
10) Get smelly: eating raw garlic has amazing health benefits. Heat destroys these properties, so eat yours raw, wash it down with fruit juice or have it in tablet form.