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5 Healthy Drinks To Cure Your Coffee Addiction

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18 June 2017

5 Healthy Drinks To Cure Your Coffee Addiction

We aren’t going to tell you to get rid of it. Heck, no. How else would you survive a day in this gloomy world?

Truth be told, most of us here can’t function unless we have a good dose of caffeine in our system, first thing in the morning. And while the first cup of joe does give a powerful jolt to wake up our groggy brain, the second and the third mugs are only there to make the matter worse. They are your way to deal with stress, boredom, peer pressure and hunger.

7 Arabic Salads To Try This Summer

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13 June 2017

7 Arabic Salads To Try This Summer

Of all cuisines, Arabic food has the best salads. We’re not making claims here, we’ve got proof.

Go to any Arabic family dinner and you’ll find at least 6 to 10 types of salads, all different from one another. They are fresh, healthy, filling — basically everything that we trying-to-eat-healthy generation wants in their daily diet.

These wholesome bowls of deliciousness are one of the many reasons that the past decade has seen Arabic cuisine's global profile skyrocketing.

You’ll Never Believe This Scientific Weight Loss Method: Thinking

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11 June 2017

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Weight Loss Method: Thinking

For many of us expat women, summer has arrived. Sunshine. Beach. Adventures. The fantasies that got us through winter can finally become a reality.

How have you been prepping? A classic strategy to get beach ready is to keep a bikini photo on the fridge to visualise the target. And of course, as an incentive to resist fridge raids.

5 Breakfast Smoothie Bowls For Summer Mornings

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10 June 2017

7 Breakfast Smoothie Bowls

Food bowls are all the rage these days. Noodles, veggies, fruits or sushi, you name it; everything tastes better when served in a bowl. Now, this could be due to their gluten-free raw quality or simply because they look awfully gorgeous on Instagram.

Smoothie bowls, like all other bowls, are spamming our Insta-wall and for all the right reasons. They’re quick to make, no cooking required (literally), healthy and did we mention their ability to bring you 1000 likes in an hour?

How To Make Your Burger (Somewhat) Healthier

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6 June 2017

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How To Make Your Burger Healthier

It all begins with a high-fat juicy beef patty marinated and grilled to perfection. Not rare, not undercooked — just the perfect amount of meaty fat topped with melting cheese and served with oven-fresh buns.

No food item can guarantee the satisfaction of a good classic burger and the disappointment of a bad one. Those who try to alter this heavenly goodness with fat-free options often end up with bland patties, watery toppings, no cheese and dry beef — and that's plain hurtful.

All thanks to some genius chefs out there, it doesn’t have to be.

5 Homemade Frozen Yoghurt Recipes To Satisfy Your Sweet Cravings

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4 June 2017

5 Homemade Frozen Yoghurt Recipes

Whether it’s their guilt-free reputation, the creamy smooth texture or just the sweltering heat outside— we are LEGIT obsessed with fro-yo this summer. Why, you ask?

Because there is literally NO dessert out there that will make you feel good and satisfy the sweet tangy craving like frozen yoghurt will.

But despite our food crushing, most of the store-bought froyos don’t really help in the calorie department. They have added preservatives, sugar content and let’s not forget the candy toppings.

How To Create The Perfect Buddha Bowl In 5 Steps

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4 June 2017

Buddha bowl

Buddha bowls are a big deal this year. From rainbow veggies to destructed sushi, it seems like everything tastes better in a bowl. And TBH we can't really argue here. Something that’s trendy, colourful and healthy has all the rights to be insta-famous.

In simpler terms, Buddha bowls are deep-rimmed dishes brimming with vibrant food (often vegan) but meat is allowed too. The healthy bowl typically contains 15 percent lean protein, 25 percent whole grains, 35 percent vegetables,10 percent sauce and 30 percent extras.

How Ice Baths Can Help Control Overeating

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4 June 2017

How Ice Baths Can Help Control Overeating

So, you’ve finally managed to get your diet on track. You’ve invested hours into research, spent a small fortune on trial and error and put your body through torture to find the magic food solution that will keep your weight on target. Not to mention that you’ve risked your relationships by your moodiness during the process. Now you’ve finally figured out the diet that works for you, so all should be good - right?

A Beginner's Guide To Veganism

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31 May 2017

 Beginner's Guide To Veganism

Before we begin, here are two important thoughts:

1. Being vegan is not a crash diet but a lifestyle change that and like with everything impactful in life, it comes with patience, practice and effort.

2. Second of all, it’s A LOT more than just eating lettuce.

Whether you’re experimenting with a plant-based diet or getting used to the concept of a becoming a vegan, the initial phase can be an underwhelming experience. Lack of options, cravings, peer pressure and a sudden sense of loss can divert you away from your goal.

How To Eat Your Way To Skinny

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30 May 2017

The Bulletproof Diet

"Count your calories! Eat less! Exercise more!” We’ve all heard the classic advice, and it seems so simple. But the fact remains: obesity is now killing more people than ever before. We know what the issue is and we seem to know the solution, too - and yet we are eating ourselves to death. What is missing?

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