Lifestyle

The lifestyle category is displayed on the home page and on the right side bar (toggle). All articles and information pertaining to healthy and eco sustainable living, eating, exercise, sports education and wellbeing are uploaded here.

LGBT’s Reputation as Stake

LGBT’s not imported, a typical Ugandan community

The term LGBT is intended to emphasize a diversity of sexuality and gender identity-based cultures and is sometimes used to refer to anyone who is non-heterosexual or non-cisgender instead of exclusively to people… Continue reading

Common Mistakes When Training

Focused and disciplined training pays off.

Mistake #1: Not having a clear goal and not monitoring your progress Think carefully about where you want to be in six months, a year, five years, bearing in mind that most people overestimate… Continue reading

Unleash Depression

– Eco Health Sense’s Interview with Dr John Demartini –

The understanding of the nature and causes of depression has evolved over the centuries. Though this understanding is incomplete it has left many aspects of depression as the subject of… Continue reading

Vibrational Space

Beauty can come through when we allow it . . .

All of life is about vibrational frequencies and how we express ourselves. The most important healing processes in the new millennium is to be able to tap into vibrational… Continue reading

Cookies, Cocaine & Culture

For all those health conscious readers, there was no way to avoid tripping over the combination of Oreos and cocaine. Many recent headlines suggest in essence that Oreos are as dangerous and addictive as cocaine. Are they? The answers are… Continue reading

Intimacy

 

Couples often lose their passion over the years for a variety of reasons, such as financial pressures, the stress of raising children and lack of communication. Often times, couples take their significant other for granted due to their busy… Continue reading

The Futures in Fennel

Sweet, anise-flavoured fennel seed together with thyme, nettle and mugwort has been revered as one of nine Anglo-Saxon sacred and health benefiting herbs. It was believed to aid in weight loss, and used as an appetite suppressant during long voyages… Continue reading