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[17 Jan 2011 | 5 Comments | ]

His follow-up, The Four Hour Body, has been two years in the making (probably taking some of those extended holidays), and many more years of research and self-experimentation. A master of outsourcing, leveraging and delegation (to hundreds of nice people in India), he’s certainly raised the bar with his new book when it comes to super health (mental and physical) – in fact, it blows anything else we’ve read out of the water by a mile – and all for less than the cost of a large Dominos Pizza!

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[10 Jul 2010 | 2 Comments | ]

Gymnasiums are no longer just full of beefcakes pumping iron. Most have turned into modern-day health clubs, and offer busy professionals every incentive and support to help get fit, get healthy and get sexy. Here’s ten great reasons to join one…

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[18 Mar 2010 | No Comment | ]

The Spanish are well known for eating late, but you’ll also find them walking around a lot in the evening. This is because walking triggers appetite and assists the digestion process – which doesn’t happen whilst we’re sat down in front of the TV!

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[24 Feb 2010 | One Comment | ]

Here’s 10 items of food to add to a weekly shopping list, that will ensure you’ve got the basics covered for a healthy eating plan, despite a hectic schedule.

These will help you (and the family) to: cleanse every morning; snack between breakfast and lunch; keep muscles strong; avoid afternoon sugar cravings, maintain a healthy stomach; move things along internally; and indulge:

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[6 Feb 2010 | 2 Comments | ]

It is often said that success comes from experience, and experience comes from failure (or words to that affect). However, we don’t need to experience failure all the time to become successful at something – often it’s better to learn from someone else who’s already gone through that learning curve and is happy to share their experience.
Therefore, at AW3i we read a lot of books to bring you lots of content to make you (and us) healthier and wealthier. What follows is a list of our favourite ones, …

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[13 Jan 2010 | No Comment | ]

The following items of kit are not just highly recommended, they are absolutely essential for busy professionals who don’t always get time to eat well and get to the gym.

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[22 Oct 2009 | 2 Comments | ]

The Mediterranean diet is well known for being quite a healthy one: lots of fresh fruits, veggies and olive oil (and a little red wine:) One of the most popular dishes, which originates from Valencia on the East Coast of Spain, is Paella. It’s packed with goodness and very tasty. Here’s a quick version

Business, Career, Health, Relationships »

[14 Oct 2009 | 3 Comments | ]

A poor sleep isn’t just annoying because it’s boring lying in bed looking up at the ceiling all night, it can also make us far more susceptible to poor health, such as catching colds.

A group of boffins from various hospitals and universities, all PhDs, recently carried out a study of people‚Äôs sleeping habits and their chances of developing a common cold. They basically injected rhino-virus up 153 volunteers hooters and then monitored their sleeping habits to see who caugh a cold…

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[31 Aug 2009 | 3 Comments | ]

A lot of us have heard about the lemon detox diet, which effectively means fasting for 3-5 days and consuming nothing but a mixture of syrup, cayenne pepper and lemon juice – but how does it actually work?

The promoted benefits on the website www.lemondetox.com include: weight loss, increased energy & vitality, shinier hair & stronger nails, clearer skin & eyes, better digestion and a greater sense of well-being. Good stuff, but is it dangerous and is there an alternative?

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[31 May 2009 | 4 Comments | ]

One of the main causes of falling asleep at the wheel, unless genuinely down to complete exhaustion, is blood sugar. All carbs including porridge, bread, pasta, potatoes, rice, muffins etc, get turned into sugar for energy; as sugar levels rise, the pancreas produces insulin to transport it to our cells to be used as fuel.