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Living with Anorexia and OCD – Guest Blog By Kate Winter

Living with Anorexia and OCD – Guest Blog By Kate Winter

“I’ve been thinking about writing a blog post on the subject of Anorexia and OCD for a long time , but at that point I wasn’t quite ready. However, having spent the best part of a year sleeping on a plastic hospital mattress, in what proved to be both the

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Sleek Face Form – Guest Blog By Bhavika Raichura

Sleek Face Form – Guest Blog By Bhavika Raichura

A beauty must have for all you beauty lovers, whether you’re a beginner or a professional this product is a game changer! The Sleek Makeup Face Form in “Light” http://www.sleekmakeup.com/makeup/face-form-contour-light is the perfect product to keep in your makeup bag! This product has three lovely elements to it – contouring

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Refreshing Your Hair Care Routine – Guest Blog By Radhika Sharma

Refreshing Your Hair Care Routine – Guest Blog By Radhika Sharma

It’s a new year, so why not give your hair a fresh new routine? I think it’s always good to mix up and refresh your routines – by this I mean in terms of the products you are using and even different techniques. For example, I have recently discovered different

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Protein – Time To Share The Secret – Guest Blog By Lisa Chothia

Protein – Time To Share The Secret – Guest Blog By Lisa Chothia

I’d like to share a little secret with you all if I may, it’s a secret because it seems not many people really know about it…thing is with this secret I want you to share it with everyone you know, shout it from the rooftops, tell your friends, parents, children.…

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Don’t Live With Pain -Guest Blog By Tanu Sandhu

Don’t Live With Pain -Guest Blog By Tanu Sandhu

According to The British Pain Society almost 10 million Britons suffer daily pain resulting in a major impact on their quality of life and more days off work. This statistic blows my mind! It never ceases to amaze me how many people put up with pain that can be treated

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Exercise And Hormonal Health – Guest Blog by Dr Eva Detko

Exercise And Hormonal Health – Guest Blog by Dr Eva Detko

The real reason why exercise is such a vital part of any weight management programme   When it comes to weight loss and weight management, it is becoming more accepted these days that some form of physical activity is essential for the long-term success. This is absolutely the case but

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Happiness Is An Inside Job – Guest Blog by Michelle Atkin

Happiness Is An Inside Job – Guest Blog by Michelle Atkin

How many times have you felt stressed in the last week? How often do you feel unhappy or sad or angry or another perceived negative emotion? We often hear people say that to feel better all you need to do is be positive, think positive thoughts or consciously not think

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LessBounce:  The story so far – Guest Blog by Selaine Saxby,

LessBounce: The story so far – Guest Blog by Selaine Saxby,

My bust and yours Like so many women my bust has not always been my best friend. I gave up PE at school after rather more comments about “black eyes” than a 14 year old appreciates whilst running down the home straight on sports day! My mother, although being terribly

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Back to basics – feel great with filtered water – Guest Blog by Sophie Pope

Back to basics – feel great with filtered water – Guest Blog by Sophie Pope

  Our bodies are made up of around 60% water, so the amount and quality of what we drink is of utmost importance to our general health. Many of us think that tap water does the job just fine, but do you know what it really contains?   In the

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9 Steps to Self Magnificence – Guest Blog by  Liz Keaney

9 Steps to Self Magnificence – Guest Blog by Liz Keaney

Self Magnificence begins with Self-Respect and Self-Worth;  how you nurture your body, feed your mind and connect with the truth of who you really are.   (1) Start being kinder to yourself Swap convenience foods and processed grains such as white bread, packet cereals and white pasta for wholemeal varieties

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Is Dieting As Innocent As We’re Lead To Believe – Guest Blog by Julie Kerr

Is Dieting As Innocent As We’re Lead To Believe – Guest Blog by Julie Kerr

It seems everyone is doing it, and if you’re not doing ‘it’ you probably know someone who is. And what is this ‘it’? Well dieting of course! As the summer heat increases, so does the pressure to look good and feel great. The change in clothing and climate is a

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Where are your cheer leaders?! – Guest Blog by Rupinder Kaur

Where are your cheer leaders?! – Guest Blog by Rupinder Kaur

Read any biographies or tips by successful people they will be sure to mention that one of the reasons they are a success is because they have a strong support network. Build a network of supporters in your life. Think of them as your personal cheerleaders who will be there

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Being Asian And Female Are Not Barriers, Thoughts Of Negativity Are – Guest Blog By Manisha Tailor

Being Asian And Female Are Not Barriers, Thoughts Of Negativity Are – Guest Blog By Manisha Tailor

Asian females in football is usually associated with Jess, the fun football loving character in Gurinder Chadha’s ‘Bend it Like Beckham’. This film certainly provoked thought on Asian females in the game and the number involved in football both on and off the field is still significantly under-represented. Although I

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Why You Don’t Need As Much Willpower As You Think – Guest Blog by Joanne Henson

Why You Don’t Need As Much Willpower As You Think – Guest Blog by Joanne Henson

So you’ve decided to start eating healthily and exercising. You want to lose a few pounds, tone up, have more energy and feel better about yourself. And this time it will be different…. if only you can maintain enough willpower to stick with it. Sound familiar? And if your willpower wanes

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Facial Aesthetics: Botox – Dermal Fillers

Facial Aesthetics: Botox – Dermal Fillers

Botox for frown reduction Botox is one of the best known and popular non- surgical treatments for treating lines and wrinkles caused by smiling, laughing and frowning. It is used to prevent the muscle contractions that cause furrows and fine lines when the face is in motion. Clinically trained and

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