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Foods for a Healthier Heart

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12 February 2014

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ExpatWomanFood, World Heart Day

There are many ways for us ladies to keep our hearts healthy and our lifestyles reflect what goes on in our bodies. From internal issues that affect our hearts such as cholesterol to external elements such a smoking and stress our hearts need all the help that they can get in order to keep on pumping the oxygen through our bodies increasing longevity. Food and weight management play an important role in maintaining a healthy coronary.

Top 10 Foods for Amazing Skin

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12 February 2014

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Smooth, supple skin without wrinkles and a glowing complexion – who would not wish for that? It is easier than you think – the key to healthy skin is a better diet. A dull, dry complexion is a blinking neon sign that you’re not eating right. We introduce you to beauty-enhancing foods here that will make your skin look better and stop the visible hands of time.

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Take Suhour and Be Blessed

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8 September 2013

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Suhour is a morning meal matched by the evening meal of Iftar. These two meals replace the traditional breakfast, lunch and dinner during the month of fasting. Suhour is an important meal as it sets a person up for the remainder of their day, thus it is of the utmost importance that people who are fasting carefully choose what to eat in the morning.
 

Healthy Hair Straight Out Of Your Kitchen

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12 May 2013

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healthy hair dubaiMost women know about things out of the kitchen that they can use on their hair in order to moisturize or condition the hair naturally. While these everyday foods are great to use on hair, women should also take note of what they eat as there are some foods that are fantastic for the hair and others that inhibit hair growth and take away the shine and luster.

Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes Diet

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8 January 2013

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It is recommended that persons who already have heart disease or are at a risk of developing it start this diet right away. As with any diet or lifestyle change, it 8is recommended that the dieter seek professional advice from their GP before making any drastic changes to their diet as this may cause additional stress to the body. The TLC is low in saturated fat and cholesterol diet. It is designed specifically to decrease the chance of heart disease, future heart attacks and complications.

Immunity-Boosting Foods

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8 January 2013

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It is important to eat immune boosting foods all year round, not just during flu season. This will maintain the body’s health and energy levels year round. EW has compiled a list of eight immune boosting foods that are easy to include in the daily diet.

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