It’s Better Running Together, Get Your Girlfriends and Run!

You’re not the kind of girl that sits on the sidelines. You inspire your friends. You work on being your best self and you get things done! But life happens, you have to pay the rent, tend to your children or barely have time to make a healthy breakfast, so even thinking about running a 5K race may seem overwhelming. But with a little help from your friends, joining in and being part of the Gildan Esprit de She 5k races, can be easier than you think. Here’s your down and dirty, “I can do it”, 5K training plan… and you shouldn’t do it alone. Call a few friends and get the neighborhood moving-afterall, you’re that girl! Getting started: The average time for new walkers/runners for a 5k race i

Live Younger: How Vitamins Help With Aging

In a world where health threats are almost everywhere and living an unhealthy lifestyle is a growing trend, ways to strengthen the body is a necessity far more than a luxury. Sources of vitamins and minerals are becoming a high demand to help people keep up with modern life challenges while maintaining a sound mind and body. Apart from improving overall health, vitamins also help fight aging, which is becoming a growing concern for many, especially among young adults. Taking vitamins like nicotinamide riboside (NR) that helps offset aging is one of the best ways to deal with the problem. As a precursor to nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD), nicotinamide riboside (NR) is very important.

Spring Cleaning for Your Body

As the warmer weather approaches, we all need to recharge and revive our bodies, and a quick, zero-fuss juice cleanse is the perfect way to get ourselves ready for Spring and Summer. Juices cleanses are great for flushing out the toxin-buildups from fatty foods, alcohol, and lack of exercise, and here are some easy DIY juice cleanse recipes that you can enjoy. Apple Cider Vinegar (no blender): Ingredients: 1 glass of warm or hot water (12-16 oz.) 2 tablespoon apple cider vinegar. 2 tablespoon lemon juice. ½-1 teaspoon ground ginger. ¼ teaspoon cinnamon. 1 dash cayenne pepper. 1 teaspoon raw, local honey (optional) Turmeric and Ginger Ingredients: 1.12-16 oz of coconut water 2. 1 teaspoon of

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