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What’s so special about Aloe Vera?? July 30, 2010

Filed under: Your Health — Admin @ 3:42 pm

click here for video   –   Why does Aloe Vera work?


How to speed up your metabolism July 4, 2010

Filed under: Your Health — Admin @ 2:43 pm

speed up your metabolismDon’t skip breakfast.  You will lose weight more quickly if you have a bite to eat in the morning.

Drink hot water with lemon.

Eat hot meals rather than cold.  Your metabolism speeds up very slightly when you eat and again if the food is hot.

Do at least thirty minutes of cardiovascular exercise, five days a week.  This will condition you to burn fat more efficiently.

Don’t deprive your body of carbohydrates, no matter what they say. You need carbs for energy and will feel terrible without them.

Wear a pedometer and see that you take 10,000 steps every day.
If you have a sit-down job, get up every hour and walk around for five minutes or so.

Dedicate two hours a week to weight training, concentrating on the larger muscles.  Every other day is optimal.

Have 5 small meals each day, instead of 2 or 3 meals. This keeps your metabolism firing (and tells your body it doesn’t need to store fat for the next 12 hour drought).


Bollywood Boogie March 6, 2010

Filed under: Retreats & workshops,Thoughts,Your Health — Admin @ 8:00 pm

Ladies around Melbourne and Australia have been enjoying the vibrant, chimmy and shake of Bollywood Dancing. My Bollywood Boogie participants around Melnourne have been shaking up a storm.

Here’s a little taste of this sensational styling from the girls & guys of “So you think you can dance”.

Just click on the pictures to watch the videos.


New workshops for the Total YOU. February 13, 2010

Filed under: Retreats & workshops,Your Health — Admin @ 5:30 pm


10 years younger – Be Healthy on the inside November 13, 2009

Filed under: 10 Years Younger ???,Your Health — Admin @ 7:17 pm

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Use of Aloe Vera dates back to the time of the ancient Egyptians. Reference to its use can be found in Ancient Roman records and early Christian Medical Texts. Aloe’s benefits were known to the Chinese during the Sung Dynasty of 1276AD and Cleopatra attributed her great beauty to her use of this cactus like plant.


Aloe Vera contains over 200 active ingredients in nature’s most bioavailable form, including:

  • Polysaccharides;Glucomannans including Acemannan.
  • 20 out of 22 Amino Acids.
  • 8 Enzymes.
  • Vitamins including A, C, E, B6, B12, and Folate.
  • Minerals including Calcium, Copper, Chromium, Magnesium, Zinc, Iron, Potassium, Sodium, Manganese and Germanium.

Aloe Vera is in its ability to deliver these essential health promoting nutrients directly into cells.


   Good health starts with healthy digestion, good nutrition and Aloe Juice. If the cells are healthier, quality of life is greater.aloe

There are no shortcuts taken in this formula to produce the most effective, high quality Aloe Vera Juice.

Aloe Barbadensis Miller 99.8%Polysaccharide count 1200-2000mg per litre Cold Pressed, hand filleted, pure inner gel, micropulp retained, juice.

Recommended Dosage
60mL per day


A shapely you in 30 minutes a day @ home April 23, 2009

Filed under: 10 Years Younger ???,Your Health — Admin @ 2:09 pm

Curves has reintroduced the circuit training workout which was big for a while in the 90’s. It’s basically 30 minutes of non-stop exercises including weight and aerobic stations. No co-ordination needed, you work at your own pace and ability and you get your firming weight workout at the same time as your cardio-fatburning workout. It has always been my favourite workout for personal fitness because it’s so time effective.

So here’s one you can do at home the only trick is you really need to commit yourself and don’t slack off after 10 minutes.

Before You start:

1. Put on some really good fast music to keep you going

2. Get a clock or timer ready so you can do each station for 30 seconds, as hard as you can!

3. It always help to have a friend join you, My little cheersquad sometimes joins me on the hills at our park a gives me his own list of exercises to add to the workout.


*Warmup – walk around the block -FAST

* Step up and down on a step at home.

* Pushups – on your knees or feet if you can.

* Starjumps (or side steps if you can’t manage jumping)

* Abdominal Curls ( They’re the little situps 1/2 way)

* Really fast walking around your house or yard, or run if you can.

* Shoulder Press -Grab 2 cans from the pantry and raise them straight up and down from your shoulders to the roof.

* Step up and down on the step again

* Lunges – take a big step forward, bend the back knee, bringing the back knee down to the floor and back up (or if you have bad knees, as low as your knee will let you before it starts to hurt) step back together, then do the other leg.

* Squat and jump – Feet apart, squat down as if sitting on a small chair, then push up fast through your legs to jump high and reach for the roof.( They’re hard but worth the effort)

*Tricep Dips – sit on the edge of a chair, hands holding the edge of the seat, take your bottom off the chair, bend your elbows dipping your bottom down toward the floor, then straighten elbows. Keep your bottom off the chair the whole time.

*Repeat the  whole thing for at least 25 minutes.

When you are finished be sure to walk around slowly and do a few stretches to cooldown your body before you sitdown. I’ll add a range of stretches you can follow, next time.


Give it a go. Let me know how you go.


Your Healthy Living Questionaire March 25, 2009

Filed under: Your Health — Admin @ 2:05 pm

Check again tomorrow…… it’s nearly here.