If you waste hundreds of pounds on bizarre lotions and potions to bolster your beauty regime, you may want to cast your eyes over these hacks.
The humble pot of Vaseline, which costs just over £1, may be better-known for its lip soothing ability but it actually has a multitude of little-known uses.
From making perfume last longer to helping remove nail varnish, we've rounded up the weird and wonderful ways you can use the cheap jelly. Read more
Friday, August 26, 2016
Bianca London reveals the incredible things you can do with a jar of Vaseline.
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
If you have to sit all day because of your job, Julie Fidler reveals how to undo the damage that sitting causes.
Sitting for long periods is bad for you – this isn’t anything you probably don’t already know. But a leading cardiologists’ group warns that even if you exercise, spending too much time on your tush still takes a major toll on your heart. 
Let me be specific: you can’t just exercise a couple of times a week and expect to make up for 5 straight days of sitting, according to the American Heart Association (AHA) panel. Read more
Monday, August 22, 2016
Geary Andrew says magnesium oil can be used to treat migraines, balance hormones, and more, and if you can't find it at your health food store, he gives a recipe to make your own..
It is estimated that 90% of Americans are deficient in magnesium. Magnesium is also depleted from our bodies when we are under stress, experience anxiety or have a lack of sleep. Ocean water is very rich in magnesium, but it is not possible to swim daily in the ocean? Magnesium has a role in the synthesis of essential molecules like DNA, RNA and proteins. Magnesium has long been called a miracle mineral, because it is so critical to our overall health. Read more
Friday, August 19, 2016
The water filters that you buy at the store are better than nothing, but none of them remove fluoride. In fact, some of them think that's a selling point. Here are four ways to ensure that you are not drinking fluoride and other harmful chemicals.
70% of the country’s water supply now has fluoride added to it. We are all aware of the dangers and long-term health effects that lurk in fluoridated water: cancer, infertility, thyroid disease, immune system issues and increased cholesterol levels. To add insult to injury, there are more than 300 additional pollutants and chemicals found in your tap water. More than half of which are not subject to health regulations and can legally be present in any amount. While there are standards in place for the maximum amount of contaminants allowed in water, none of these levels are at zero. Read more
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
Dr. Edward Groups says that mustard seed is not only an herb, but also a powerful superfood.
Mustard seeds may not look like anything special but they are actually loaded with nutrients and can be exceptionally beneficial for the human body. Mustard seeds are important for a variety of reasons and it’s used all across the globe for a variety of purposes – many of which are related directly to health and wellness. Read more
Monday, August 15, 2016
Libby Weaver is the health expert Hugh Jackman called "a one stop shop" for well-being. In her new book, she reveals the underlying factors that sabotage weight loss.
When Libby Weaver was studying dietetics and later biochemistry at the University of Sydney in Australia it was the late 90s and the prevailing wisdom on weight gain and loss was calories in, calories out. Then she started practicing in the real world and found clients running marathons or calorie counting obsessively would be gaining rather than losing weight. 13 years and hundreds of clients later the woman Hugh Jackman called ‘a one-stop shop in achieving and maintaining ultimate health and wellbeing’ is convinced there are lesser known but powerful reasons people can’t lose weight. Read more
Friday, August 12, 2016
Will cockroach milk be the next superfood touted by the health gurus?
When you think of superfoods, you probably think of pomegranates, pickles, kombucha, turmeric … most of that good stuff. But that if someone suggested to you that milk from a big, disgusting insect most people try to kill was the source of the next big superfood? Read more