Jess Miller

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Jess Miller is a writer for popular no-BS review blog, Jen Reviews. A site that takes online generated gibberish and tells you exactly what clever life hacks and practical money-saving tips you need to know so that you can make the best decisions for you and your family. For more visit www.jenreviews.com

four seasons massage

Massage has many benefits for the body, including increasing circulation, relaxing tense muscles, and giving an overall feeling of well-being. Massage can range from light touching to deep pressure on muscles and tendons. Swedish massage applies gentle strokes and kneading with circular motions, as well as tapping to relax the

super diet

A big part of staying healthy is sticking to a diet that is rich in nutrients and low in calories. Some foods go beyond these basic requirements, and boast amazing health benefits that will help you stay fit and feel amazing. The next time you find yourself at the farmer’s

belly fat | Longevity LIVE

Central adiposity is the term researchers use when they describe belly fat. Admittedly, the phrase sounds better than muffin top, though they relate to the same thing. Central adiposity is the accumulation of fatty tissue around the abdominal region. It can be difficult to regulate the amount of fat in

health benefits of wine | Longevity LIVE

In times of celebration, a wine toast may be just one of the most awaited part by many. Popping open the cork while the velvety oaked aroma fills the air and flowing effervescent liquid comes out from the bottle gives excitement to everyone. The bubbly wine is usually used to commemorate joyous

So we’ve heard how amazing and magical apple cider vinegar (ACV) is. They go from curing sunburn and acne to helping you lose weight and prevent cancer. The most popular brand of ACV seems to be Braggs. You can also make your own out of scratch. The vinegar has long

Fasting is the practice of abstaining or reducing consumption of food, drink or both, for a specific period of time. Everyone fasts for at least some part of the day.  Generally the eight or so hours one spends sleeping every night.  Physiologically, fasting can refer to a person’s metabolic status