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You have high blood pressure? These 2 food is killing you! Sodium How much salt (sodium) do you  need per day? Only 1,500 mg (slightly under 3/4 teaspoon only). Investigations from the American Heart Association showed that the average intake of salt by the public is 3400 mg and that is more than twice the dosage recommended per day.
A high sodium diet is bad for your heart. So be wary of processed foods, prepacked foods and restaurant/hawker centre-eatings where we get 75% of our salt from. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, foods like deli meat, canned soups, pizza, breads and rolls and pasta dishes are salt-heavy.  How to cut this dangerously high salt intake?  - Eat au naturel real wholesome foods  - Eat unprocessed.  Instead of adding a dash of extra salt, use salt substitutes - fresh herbs and spices, garlic, citrus and vinegars makes your food tastier and it is healthier to your blood pressure. 
Added Sugar American Heart Association recommends no more tha…
I Body-Peel!  How Do Skin Peels Work to Improve the Appearance of your Skin?
As our skin are exposed to the environment, sun, dust, dirt and pollutants daily, we lose our skin’s natural pH balance. The uppermost layer consists of dead skin cells -  dry, dull and flaky. If these layers keep building up, the pores in our skin will become increasingly clogged causing wrinkles, sagging skin and uneven skin tone and blemishes increasing the risks of skin problems such as acne and rosacea. The Most Effective
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(UPDATED 22.8.2018) Walking Football for Health Asia  (Facebook: Walking Football4Health)

“Move for Health - Goal for Life" 
- Dee Dee Mahmood, multi- award winning Celebrity Exercise Physiologist and Nutritionist & Academic Adjunct Senior Lecturer at Edith Cowan University Australia

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Our Mission To increase the quality of health and functional fitness through walking football by achieving best practices in fitness and health supported by scientific research, enabling the community to realise an improved quality of health as well as positive social interaction, thus allowing Walking Football for Health - Goal for Life movement  to be embraced nationally and internationally across the various age and gender groups.  <
Do you sweat? Make this your Fitness Skincare!
When you sweat after exercise, what do you do? - Just wipe your face with a towel?
- Or just wash your face quickly after exercise and leave it at that until you reach home to shower?
- Or just stack make up on it and have a proper cleansing routine once you reach home?
No, the impurities are still there.
Heat opens up pores. Sweating helps to flush out toxins to the surface of the body. And you need a whole skincare routine to ensure your skin is really clean. 

I dont have that kind of time nor the resources to do a full facial cleansing routine. Imagine everytime after exercise if you have to cleanse, tone and moisturise and reapply your makeup. It is tedious.
I need shortcuts!

Perhaps a quick clean and later at night upon reaching homw, i will do the proper ritual of cleanse, tone and moisturise. So, what do i do? Right after i exercise, i wipe my face with a cotton ball/cotton pad dabbed with Micellaire water to rid it of the impurities …