Comfort Zone by Jacqueline Hurst

Many of us get stuck in a zone. We call it a comfort zone but it isn’t exactly comfortable. Although we tell our self it is of course. And we do this purely from fear. You see, doing the same exact thing every day hinders self growth. If you keep doing what you’re doing, you’ll keep getting what you’re getting. Growth can only ever happen when you change things – when you try new things…

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How Omega 3 can help with fat burning

As it stands, Omega 3 is pretty difficult to get into the diet (much less if we’re eating excessive amounts of Omega 6). We want to be eating the most active forms commonly referred to as EPA and DHA; they provide the most benefits for our body. You find them almost exclusively in oily fish. Mackerel, herring, sardines and anchovies… Basically all the types of fish most of us never think of eating. It’s a…

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Low fat versus low carbohydrates: An in-depth discussion into the impact they have on weight loss by Nutritionist Robert Hobson

For many of us, the New Year brings good intentions of reducing our alcohol intake, making use of neglected gym memberships and trying to lose some of the excess weight we’ve gained over the Christmas period! The New Year also means a new wave of diet books and tips on the best and quickest methods to lose weight. At a basic level, every new diet regime provides a way of reducing your overall calorie intake,…

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Jacqueline Hurst’s top tips on how to start loving you…

We may enjoy the odd selfie, some more than others (I’m talking to you Kim K!) but generally speaking if we really think about it, how do we feel about ourselves? We know how we feel about others most of the time, but to look inside ourselves is a little more can sometimes feel slightly uncomfortable. Life coach Jacqueline Hurst explains, “There is one basic human need that everyone wants, desires and is perpetually looking for. It’s…

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