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Lose weight during your summer vacation with no dieting!

Going on a vacation means taking a break from everything, including dieting and working out, right? In the end, that’s all what a vacation is about – giving yourself that well deserved rest. At the same time, anxiety might come out, as you remember how hard you worked for that beach body, and then you feel like you might ruin everything when you don’t follow your usual routine… However, it doesn’t have to be that way! The opposite, of your surprise, you might actually lose weight. In fact, that’s what happened to me during my vacation, even though I actually went off my diet. For that purpose, I would like to share with you some of the principles I followed so that you don’t feel deprived,...

3 Tips to Hydrate During Summer (That Aren’t Water)

Start your day with a SMOOTHIE. At night, especially during summer, the body dehydrates quite a lot. Thus, it is highly important to re-hydrate your cells the moment you get out of bed. First things first – drink a glass of water. Ideally, with half a lemon squeezed inside. It will also prepare your stomach for breakfast while stimulating digestion. Next – choose your favorite leafy greens (e.g. spinach, collard greens, kale, etc.) and some fruit of choice (such as green apples, peaches, strawberries, etc.). Add all ingredients to the blender and create the most energizing, detoxifying summer smoothie! Not only will you re-hydrate your cells, you will also absorb all minerals and vitamins much easier, since the blender breaks down the fiber of the...

3 Teas to Boost Your Immunity

For thousands of years, people have used herbal teas not only as a treat, but also as a medicine. Every country has its own preferred herbs, because different plants grow in different geographical territories, although nowadays you can buy any tea from any part of the world. Here I present some of the most famous teas, used around Europe nowadays to boost immunity and help in preventing or treating flus and viruses. Chamomile tea.  I put on first place this wonderful tea, because it is a personal favorite of mine. Chamomile is known mainly for its uses as a nervous system soother and a natural sleep aid. But it also has other immune-boosting properties – chamomile increases the production of specific white blood cells in the...

3 Key Steps to Weight-Loss

Weight-loss – a huge concern for many of us, who aren’t exactly able to eat whatever we want, and still look great. Truth is, lifestyle matters, whether it is food, sport, stress, etc. All of those factors really do influence our weight. And to make it worse, there is no one formula that suits all people. Humans are very individual, especially when it comes to weight regulation. The good news is that as much as we are all so different, there are some basic rules that apply to all of us. Follow these 3 key steps to weight loss and explore what best works for you! Drink water. Any program that I initiate with my clients, always starts with one main thing – water. I can’t emphasize...

Natural Products for Glowing Skin

Do you know what your largest organ is? Even if you don’t know the answer to this question, that’s not such a big deal (it’s your skin, by the way). What’s most important is the answer to the following question: Do you take care of your skin? You better do, because your skin is such an important indicator of your health. In today’s article, I will reveal my two favorite products for glowing skin: all natural and inexpensive! First of all, let’s recap. Skin is human's largest organ. It is the "shield" of our bodies from the surrounding world. It serves as a protection from direct infections and radiation; acts as a barrier to any stress or trauma; it detects sensations and through the nerve endings sends signals...