Fight Obesity At Its Core

As the pace of the modern lifestyle continues to pick up speed, most people rely on making unhealthier lifestyle and dietary choices as a way to destress. Unfortunately, this has witnessed detrimental consequences on the health of the global population. According to estimates by the World Health Organization (WHO), over 650 million adults above the
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Need Extra Help With Your Fitness Goals? Consider Trying ReduStim

While most of us aren’t looking to get a six-pack abs, even the fittest will tell you that there will always be some stubborn fats that seem to never want to go away despite a healthy diet and sound fitness plan. The more dangerous type of fat that all of us have is visceral fat,
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Trust the Senses for Spa Staycations

Thinking of having a spa retreat during the weekend? So did I, as my 40th birthday approached and I wanted to treat myself to a well-deserved spa staycation weekend – especially after much jet setting around the world for work over the past few months, I was worn out and simply wanted to stay put
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How to Take Care of Your Teeth as a Vegan

With an increase in the number of people turning vegetarian and vegan due to health reasons as well as to take a stand against animal cruelty, it does pose certain challenges and vegans have to find alternative ways to do some of the everyday things in our lives. A vegan diet can result in weaker
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Pre-travel Anxiety: What It Is and How to Battle It

Anyone who tells you that traveling is all about stress relief has probably never had pre-travel anxiety. But this happens to everyone, and sure, people forget all about it once they’re full of fresh experiences from their trip. But why would you even bother with that nervous feeling that could cause you to be tired
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More Sustainable Grocery Shopping in Singapore

With increasing efforts to reduce waste, some shops have stopped giving plastic bags and some have even promoted zero packaging. This lifestyle has definitely landed in Singapore with grocers such as Unpackt, The Source Bulk Foods and Little Farms (which has swapped single-use trays with 100% compostable trays), marking further steps towards cultivating healthy lifestyles
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Get Your Free Building Body Confidence Book

We are proud to say that our book Building Body Confidence is finally published! Notable interviews are with local celebrity Eunice Olsen; Fiona Tan, Miss Top of the World Plus Size 2016; Cheryl Tay, Founder of Rock the Naked Truth, and Dr Martha Tara Lee, Singapore’s first clinical sexologist. With Singapore’s National Day celebrations, we’re
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7 Ways to Be Happier Despite Chronic Illness

Since many people living with chronic illness have to deal with multiple diagnoses and bare various painful and unpleasant symptoms, it’s very easy to cross to the dark side and develop a negative life view. However, despite your chronic disease, you can still lead a happy and exciting life if you just know which harmful
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Summer Sports Jam at Singapore Sports Hub

Soak up the sun at the Singapore Sports Hub this 13 July 2019, from 10am to 8pm, during the inaugural summer-themed Sports Hub Community Play Day – Summer Sports Jam. Held at OCBC Square, the event will feature innovative workout activities for the whole family. Registration to all activities is mostly free and open to
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Embarking on Unchartered Terrain for Nature & Gender Equality

On 1 October 2019, a self-funded team of 16 women from around the world will embark on a pioneering expedition to trek 100km across Northern Kenya’s remote Matthews range. The trail has never been attempted before and will take the group and its safari camel train on a new passage across the mountains. The team,
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An Oasis in the Mexican Playa

Nestled within the private and secluded destination of the Mayakoba (which means “village of water”), and hidden away from prying eyes of the paparazzi are four of the world’s most exclusive luxury resorts where top A-list celebrities such as Madonna, George Clooney, Kate Hudson, and Leonardo DiCaprio are known to have visited and vacationed at.
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How Can Massage Help My Health and Wellbeing?

Most people love massages. They are fun and they make you feel so good. However, there is much more to massages than simple pleasure and relaxation at the end of your day. They also have many health benefits you shouldn’t disregard. So, if you’re considering getting a nice massage any time soon, here are some
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5 Eco-Friendly Destinations for the Green Traveller

It’s the June holidays and many are thinking of where to go for their vacation. June is also the month where World Environment Day and World Oceans Day occur, offering the perfect opportunity to take a step back and consider the impact we have on Mother Earth as we embark on our adventures around the
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Traditionally Noble Sports to Try

In times gone by, the exquisite sport of fencing and horseback riding used to be reserved only for nobility and members of royalty. Golf also had the reputation for being a rich man’s leisure activity that was elitist and reserved only for wealthy bankers in the upper echelons of high society who could afford the
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From Injuries to Dragon Boat Captain

Kenneth Lee is an Assistant Vice President in the DBS Corporate Development and Ecosystems team, where he looks after the bank’s Mergers & Acquisitions as well as Ecosystems partnerships. He joined DBS 7 years ago as a Graduate Associate and it was through a friend’s recommendation that he joined the bank’s corporate dragon boat team,
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Love & Light Festival Returns For a Second Year

After it’s inaugural run last year, the Love & Light Festival is back at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention. Organised by Laughing Soul, the festival is set to bring an even more comprehensive line-up of “lightworkers”, exhibitors and retailers to provide guidance and support for festival goers on a journey of self-discovery of
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How to Stay Active & Eat Well While on Holidays

While holiday time is intended to unwind and relax, it doesn’t mean you have to neglect healthy lifestyle and habits. Just like at home, you have to pay attention to yourself and make sure you follow a proper diet plan and have enough activity. This is especially important if you are on a weight-loss regime
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What Is The 5AM Club?

Ever heard about the 5 AM Club? It is a concept popularised by Robin Sharma where you get up at 5 am in the morning to complete a set of 20/20/20s – 20 minutes of intense exercise, 20 minutes to reflect on your goals and 20 minutes learning a new skill. The rationale for the early
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Comfy, Fashionable and Sensible Travel Attire

The travel bug will be hitting us soon and whoever said that travel clothes are simply boring T-shirt and shorts or jeans? You don’t want to finally arrive at your destination looking like you just rolled out of bed, though. There are fashionable travel clothes that will not only help you look stylish but are
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5 Undiscovered Travel Gems to Visit in 2019

Exploring undiscovered travel destinations is always one of the most fun activities that you can do, especially if you’re an adventurous person. Surely, going to any holiday is good, but why go once again to a destination you’ve been before, or the one that’s quite popular with tourists? Many people opt for off the beaten
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Awaken to Tantra Weekend

This weekend is an embodied introduction to Tantra and the fascinating possibilities of sexual shamanism. We explore how to cultivate & circulate our life force energy, which includes our sexual energy and our potential for creative expression. The weekend is influenced by the teachings of the Vijñāna-bhairava-tantra, a 1200-year-old manual of Tantrik Yoga, specialising in
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Foods that Personal Trainers Would Never Eat

Many of us cringe when it comes to following our trainers guidance on workout sessions and strict diet plans. I too did cringe at my trainer’s diet when I had learnt the effectiveness of Krav Maga and was practising it for a while. At the same time, we are easily influenced by some wrong information due
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Unlocking Your Professional Potential

Asserting yourself at the workplace can a challenge, especially if you have colleagues who tend to be confident and domineering. Employees are under pressure to perform, to handle more, and to always be functioning at their best. In this competitive, dog-eat-dog working world, it might sometimes feel like you’re running a never-ending race, hoping that
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Fitness with a Heart – An Interview with Lionel Choong

Many of us barely have time to include fitness into our hectic lives, let alone develop an entire social enterprise around it. Yet Lionel Choong has managed to achieve just that, and at a young age too. Founder of Innervate Fitness, this entrepreneur believes that fitness is for everyone, young and old. His gym focuses
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Is Sleeping in Workout Gear a Good Idea?

Most of us are aware of the importance of sleep, yet we hardly get the required number of z’s with our hectic schedules. Findings show that 7.5 to 8.5 hours is essential to circumvent feelings associated with sleep deprivation. Most people, however, seem to be getting a lot less sleep than in the past, which
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Your Body Without Exercise for a Month

You have been good with your exercise regime. You’re seeing the effects: weight loss and toned muscles. You pat yourself on the back and feel that you deserve a break. Or maybe you have suffered a bad injury and need time to recover. A day turns to a week, other priorities have taken over, you
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How to Create New Year Resolutions That You’ll stick to

New Year Resolutions are made every year, but do this resolution stick? It might be ambitious to have New Year Resolutions, but it is not impossible to keep them. Some resolutions last until the end of January while others last until a few months. There are many ways you can stick to a New Year
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Simple Ways to Improve Your Memory

Ever find yourself forgetting your password when you really need it? Or have you spent loads of time hunting for your car all over the carpark because you forgot where you parked? These instants of absentmindedness are quite normal when life gets stressful or busy or as we get older. But it can be a
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Do You Have Sleep Apnea?

Sleep apnea is a common sleep disorder that is considered serious. This is not the same as Narcolepsy but they can be related. Modafinil, one of the treatments for both today, increases the ability to stay awake during the day and help to stabilize sleep during the night. You can get modafinil online(also known as
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Let’s Hear It For the Women (Athletes That is)

Every year, Singapore hosts its fair share of marathons, from fun-themed runs such as the Hello Kitty Run to those who for good cause such as The Singapore Cancer Society Relay. The Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon (SCSM), one of the biggest, wound the up the year with their two-day event on 8th and 9th December
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What Is Chronic Inflammation And How To Alleviate It?

Chronic inflammation is a problem affecting your body, which causes your immune system to mistakenly attack healthy tissues. It is an autoimmune disorder that has been around for a while, especially after you have suffered from an injury or an infection. On the site of the inflammation, the cells go through a progressive change, where
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What Speed to Walk at to Burn Fats

Whether you are walking for fitness or weight loss, you should walk fast enough to achieve a fat-burning walking pace. Walking at a brisk pace is a moderate-intensity cardio exercise. But what exactly does it mean to walk briskly? The speed of a brisk pace is different for each person as it depends on your heart
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Habits to Help Cut Back On Sugar

Around the world, over 400 million people live with diabetes. While getting diagnosed with diabetes does not mean that a person likes to eat a lot of sugary items, the problem does start with sugar. Taking too much sugar can also contribute to cancer, heart disease and tooth decay. One of the worst habits that
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A Feast for the Senses

Polysensory: Relating to multiple senses or modes of perception. Something that affects multiple sense mechanisms. When a person engages in polysensory play, he or she is responding to multiple agents or stimuli. Think about walking into a garden. You see a colourful assortment of flowers. You hear the bees buzzing around in their busyness and
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Singapore Sports Hub Community Play Day

‘Tis the season to be giving and the Singapore Sports Hub is turning it into a celebration with family-friendly activities as well as charity runs so that participants can play and give! Held at the OCBC Square, the two-day event is a jolly time for the community to be entertained, engaged and to show support for
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The Fine Line Between Self-Care And Self-Sabotage

Growing up, we are taught how to care for others and not be selfish. While doing that, sometimes, we find ourselves in a miserable state and feel alone. It’s why it is important to remember to care for yourself before you are able to share your kindness and love with others. Be kind to yourself
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Innovative, Stylish and Convenient Diabetes Care Products

While healthcare has been improving in leaps and bounds, there have been innovations in fashion as well as technology to help those with diabetes in their everyday lives. We’ve highlighted some interesting ones that are definitely stylish and convenient! KYT Bags Keeping your diabetes equipment together can be a hassle especially when you are always
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Simple Stretches For Neck And Shoulder Pain

Neck and shoulder pain takes a while to be felt, but if not treated quickly, it might also be a while before the pain goes away. And when it is regarding the pain in the neck, it takes quite some time and effort to alleviate it. To combat this problem, researchers have often promulgated the
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Love and Light Festival – The Most Extravagant Wellness & Holistic Event of The Year

Searching for spiritual health, mental clarity and physical wellbeing? Or are you a holistic practitioner who wants to share your journey or services? Then Love and Light Festival is the wellness and holistic retreat festival that you’ve been looking for! Created for people of all ages and walks of life, this festival aims to guide
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Why Early Detection and Intervention is Crucial for Eye Problems

Most people would agree that our sense of sight is by far one of the most important of the five. Not only does it help you to navigate your surroundings, it also allows you to appreciate all the beautiful things the world has to offer. Vision problems are an expected part of aging. Most eye
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Exercises that Promote Mindfulness

We may think that we are far from reaching mindfulness in a busy world where we are constantly engaged in household chores, work and planning for the weekend. Are you noticing how you’re feeling right now? Did you get enough rest this morning or were you able to focus your thoughts on the present moment?
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We’re Having a Guasha Massage Party!

Come join us in this afternoon soireé where we’ll learn about this ancient massage technique and how to self-massage. Bring your family and friends so that you can also learn how to help each other relax! What is guasha? It is a natural therapy involving ‘scraping’ along your body’s meridian line and acupressure points with
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17 Facts About Body Image and Eating Disorders

There are many assumptions about body image as well as eating disorders, but what are facts and what are just stereotypes? Here are 17 facts about both that we hope will allow our readers to see that this is a pressing issue that has been continually growing, and hopefully, we are able to take some
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The Food Binge Battle

Following on from our articles on emotional eating and body acceptance and love, we explore the link between dieting and emotional eating a little more. We now know that emotional eating is eating to feed your emotional needs rather than your physical ones. But how does this emotional relationship with food start in the first
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Why Awareness Of Breast Cancer is Important

October is the month of Breast Cancer Awareness and this disease is the most common type of cancer that affects women worldwide. Since 2018, the number of women affected by this form of cancer has increased significantly. Statistics have shown that there are higher rates of breast cancer cases in developed countries compared to developing
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Ways to Keep a Positive Attitude at Work

A positive attitude at work can be the difference between success and failure. We’ve all had those days where being at work seems like the worst thing in the world. Even though we know we are lucky to be employed and to recognise that life requires hard work, sometimes we just get grumpy and may need
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Houseplants That Can Help Improve Your Sleep

A good night’s sleep is one of the most important factors to having a good and energised day. If you don’t sleep well at night, you wake up feeling like you want to go back to bed again. You don’t feel like going through the day as you still feel tired and almost lifeless. A
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Spiking Sugar – Managing Changes in Sugar Levels

There is a common misconception that you should worry about your blood sugar levels only if you have diabetes; peaks and crashes can be nonetheless worrying for the average person. Such blood sugar spikes occur when your blood sugar rises and then falls sharply after you eat, causing lethargy and hunger. In the long run,
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Are You Addicted to Exercise?

Exercising is good for the body and for your health. Medical professionals advise that exercise is one of the best ways to keep you fit and healthy, both mentally and physically. Normally, people find it difficult to get some exercise. They think that doing housework or chores is just like exercising, which is not the
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The Guilt Trip – Things women should stop feeling guilty about

Ever find yourself saying sorry when someone else steps on your feet? Or wanting to apologise for everything that goes wrong, even your existence? Women are especially guilty of feeling guilty all the time. There is nothing wrong with guilt, but it starts becoming a problem when it’s excessive and inappropriate. Perhaps we cannot help
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