Whether we want it or not but our bodies constantly accumulates all sorts of toxins and harmful bacteria. Toxins are poisons that await us everywhere: poor quality water and food, cosmetics and household chemicals, environment, medicines and even synthetic clothes and furniture.
Yes, it’s that time of year again. Love is in the air and so is the smell of flowers and chocolates.
Water is the human’s most vital element and its resources are the most important conditions of our existence.
General goals such as “great health”, “active wellness”, and amazing body” or “I’m in the trend are good but usually are not good enough to be followed.
Are you feeling excited just thinking about having a red nose, shivering underneath your duvet while feeling hotter than ever and surrounded by napkins?
It’s that time of year when you should put away all your blades, scissors and razors and participate in a global movement called Movember.
You probably already heard this term and think this is some sort of an embodied technology but let’s get things clearer over here. First of all, this is a systematic approach to human biology, which concentrates on all aspects of body’s activity. It includes sleep patterns, a strict diet with additional supplements, physical activity and a constant control of biochemical changes of your body.
If you still can’t decide if you are a morning person or the one who hits ‘snooze’ button constantly, here are some fit-facts that will help you build your workout plans.
Curcumin is a natural additive which is produced from turmeric leaves. Turmeric has long been used in various countries of India and Asia as the main nutrient with medicinal properties. In ancient India turmeric was endowed with special properties capable of "purifying the body".