MannyMuhammad & team
Lean, Green Tabouleh Salad
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A Heavy Weight Off Your Mind
April 1, 2018
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Your Brain On: Meditation
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Eight in 10 middle-aged Britons 'are overweight or exercise too little'
January 3, 2017
Exercise - good for mind and body!
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7 Science-Based Health Benefits of Drinking Enough Water
December 14, 2016
HOT Capri Pants from UnderArmour
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Get your walking shoes on!
November 24, 2016
I'm looking to build muscle; do I have to lift heavy?
October 24, 2016
October 27, 2016
Add these natural ingredients to your post-workout shake and feel better faster...
Nutmeg - Aids Digestion
Ground nutmeg retains its fibre content to assist the digestive process, helping you absorb all the other nutrients in your power shake.
Cinnamon - Regulates blood sugar
The sweet spice slows the rate at which the stomach empties after meals, reducing the rise in blood sugar after eating. It also has anti-inflammatory benefits.
Ginger - Settles your stomach
Feeling a little queasy after a tough workout? Ginger will settle your stomach. Feeling under the waether? It'll also promote healthy sweating to help flush out a cold.
Maca - Boosts energy
Also known as Peruvian ginseng, this relative of the radish helps regulate your endocrine system, for improved energy, sleep and mood.
Spirulina - Supports immune system
A form of algae, in dried power form it's about 60% protein - plus it boasts a shedload of vitamins and minerals for better immunity.
Regulates blood sugar
Spiced up shakes from The Lean Team