5 Natural ways to Increase your Testosterone (T) levels

Written by Alex Livingstone.
Thursday, December 07 2017

We get to an age in about our mid thirties when our T levels start to decrease, which can mean a decrease in muscle mass, increase in fat storage, decrease in strength, decrease in focus and sex drive. It’s even been linked to edginess, anger, irritability and aggression.


So how can we naturally increase our T levels to counteract these negatives?




Written by Alex Livingstone.
Sunday, September 17 2017

If you are on ketogenic diet and you want to be successful, 75% of your calories should be coming from fat.   So a keto fat infusion bomb might be just what you need. Before the recipe and method let's cover some the benefits from the ingredients used.  



3 Foods To Help With Water Retention & Bloat

Written by Alex Livingstone.
Saturday, August 05 2017

How do you drop excess water -  A Diuretic?

First what is a Diuretic and how does it work?

A Diuretic helps your body to get rid of sodium and chloride and usually water along with it. It's usually prescribed to people with hypertension or other health issues.


So we want to drop some water after a big Chinese meal, or we just feel bloated and full. So how can we create this effect without taking a medicine?



Our Top 6 - Low Glycemic index fruits to help you keep lean and healthy.

Written by Alex Livingstone.
Saturday, July 08 2017

It's summer and we wanna eat fresh fruit right?  So what are the best fruits we can eat without affecting our blood sugar too much so there's less risk of the sugar turning to fat?



Fat Burning Hacks! - Combining Intermittent Fasting with a Ketogenic Diet

Written by Alex Livingstone.
Saturday, June 03 2017

We talked last time about intermittent fasting and what that means.  So how can we combine fasting and a ketogenic diet to maximise fat loss, Increase energy and make you feel great?

Intermittent Fasting - Fat Loss Hacks!

Written by Alex Livingstone.
Saturday, May 13 2017

There is always pressure on us to eat well and eat regularly, some experts suggest eating every 2-3 hours to keep energy levels up, keep a positive nitrogen balance and to feel good.

This pressure is sometimes tiresome and not always possible as we lead busy demanding lives.

So is there another way?


Use Springtime to Rejuvenate Your Resolution to Live a Healthier Lifestyle

Written by Paige Johnson - Guest Writer from the U.S.A.
Tuesday, May 02 2017

Photo Credit: leandrodecarvalhophoto,Pixabay

At the start of the year, you made a resolution, just like 41 percent of all Americans. But now spring has arrived, and your resolution bit the dust a few months back.  According to Statistic Brain, you’re not alone. Only 9.2 percent of people felt they were successful in achieving their resolutions in 2016. Don’t fret. You can rejuvenate your resolution this spring and get back on track toward living a healthier lifestyle. And this time, you’ll be successful.


Written by Alex Livingstone.
Saturday, April 22 2017

Turmeric has lots of benefits buts here's one I think your gonna like. Just a little background first about something we've talked a little on before about how insulin works, before I explain where turmeric fits in.




Written by Alex Livingstone.
Saturday, April 15 2017

A minimum level of salt per day is vital for normal bodily functions, as humans we have retained our salty taste buds on our tongue for thousands of years in order to make sure our body gets the right amount.  Eating the wrong salt or too much salt can wreck this delicate balance.

So which salt is best and why?



Written by Alex Livingstone.
Saturday, March 25 2017

We're not robots we can't eat out of tupperware week in week out without a break or some variety. Sometimes we need a cheat meal to re focus us and energise us for the next week or coming events.

So maybe we should accept a cheat meal can be part of any health & fitness lifestyle.

Here are 4 tips to help you maximise your cheats and to make the meals work better for you.




Written by Alex Livingstone.
Friday, March 17 2017

Sitting at a desk all day can make it harder to drop body fat.  Not only are you burning a small amount of calories when you are at your desk,  but also you are so inactive your insulin sensitivity may be reduced which makes it harder for you to use carbohydrate as energy therefore your blood sugar stays high and it can get stored as fat.



Written by Alex Livingstone.
Sunday, March 05 2017


How much water do we need? & what's in water that we do need? 

What are electrolytes?  & How do they effect the way we feel?


Written by Alex Livingstone.
Wednesday, March 01 2017

Are the benefits of digesting ginger an Asian myth or does it really help you and your body to feel great, aid digestion and reduce inflammation?


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