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7 TIPS THAT CAN HELP YOU LOSE WEIGHT LIKE LEPACIOUS BOSE

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Have you seen Lepacious Bose lately? The actress, comedienne and healthy living advocate is trending all over social media because of her new look. Yes, Lepacious Bose is working hard at becoming a real lepa babe with the help of EZ Slim and a healthy lifestyle. If you are on a weight loss journey, about to start your weight loss journey or just want to develop a healthier lifestyle, then this article is for you.

Herbal Pro presents 7 simple daily routines that can help you lose weight and achieve a healthier life.

  1. Drink a glass of water (sometimes with lemon) every morning. Start your day with a glass of water. Drinking water first thing in the morning helps cleanse your system and kickstart your metabolism. If you are on a weight loss journey, take a capsule of EZ Slim 30 minutes after your first glass of water. Remember to take your EZ Slim with plain water.
  2. Eat breakfast. Breakfast is a very important part of your day. Breakfast provides us with energy and nutrients. A good breakfast should contain more protein, a good source of cholesterol and a considerable amount of carbohydrate.
  3. Stay active. Stay active as much as you can. It could be a run round your neighborhood on some days, other times some minutes of cardio exercises, skipping, or yoga. Whatever it is, make out time to sweat for at least 30 minutes every day.
  4. Eat mindfully. Snacking all day or not paying attention to how much you eat is harmful. Make smart choices when it comes to eating or snacking. You can nosh on: a basket of fresh fruit, baggies of sliced veggies, raw nuts or even a piece of dark chocolate in between meals. Skip the sugar and alcohol altogether.
  5. Drink 2-3 liters of water daily. Water is filling and has zero calories. Cold water increases metabolism as well as keeps your body hydrated. You can also make your water tastier by infusing fruits into it thereby curbing your craving for soda and sugary drinks.
  6. Keep busy. Have you noticed you eat more when you are idle? Ensure you have activities lined up daily so you stay busy and also keep the cravings away.
  7. Avoid late-night munching. Due to busy schedules, some people consume the bulk of their calories late at night. This singular act can neutralize all your effort at weight loss and keeping fit. Try not to eat after 7.00 in the evening and always eat a light dinner. You will feel lighter and sleep better.

Find more tips on best weight loss practices on the HERBAL PRO BLOG

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What is EZ Slim?

EZ Slim is a revolutionary new herbal product that is extremely effective in helping you manage your weight. The magic of EZ Slim is that the founders have managed to develop a product that combines all the functions of other herbal remedies into one easy-to-swallow capsule.

How can you lose weight with EZ Slim and maintain your weight loss?

EZ Slim is a more than just a weight loss capsule. It is a wellness plan. EZ Slim combines herbs and other natural extracts to help you not only lose weight, but also encourages you to live a healthy lifestyle. This is important if you intend to keep the weight off. For example, EZ Slim helps you fight sugar and soda cravings, encourages good eating habits and also ensures you drink the required amount of water.

How does EZ Slim work?

EZ Slim works in three stages.

Stage 1: EZ Slim works by first putting your body through a period of detoxification.

Stage 2: Boost your metabolism to make sure that fat is being burnt quicker.

Stage 3: Weight Loss! By virtue of the above two stages, weight loss is often apparent within the first 5 days.

EZ Slim comes with a set of instructions that would guide you on how to get the best results while using EZ Slim.

 How do I use EZ Slim?

Using EZ Slim is simple. EZ Slim comes with a set of instructions in the box and we advise customers to read the information on the box as well as the instructions. In summary customers take one EZ Slim capsule in the morning before breakfast and drink 2-3 litres of water throughout the day. It must be said, however, by adopting a healthier lifestyle, one can improve and maintain the effects of EZ Slim. You can also watch this video to learn more about how to use EZ Slim and learn more about healthy living on the HerbalPro Blog

Be your own boss. Become an EZ Distributor.

Do you want to help others lose weight and live a healthier lifestyle, while at the same time make money? With EZ Slim this vision can become a reality. The EZ-Distributor scheme can help you become your own boss through the sale of EZ Slim. EZ Slim is the only weight loss product presently that guarantees its distributors mouth-watering income and benefits. If you are interested in becoming a distributor you can call, visit the Herbal Pro office or register online by clicking HERE. Herbal Pro will ensure that a member of its sales team gets back in touch with you within 24 hours.

Contact Herbal Pro on Whatsapp number +234 8183078888, call us on 08186108888 or send us a DM on Facebook or EZSlimNG on Instagram. You can also visit our office at 25b Ladoke Akintola Street GRA Ikeja, Lagos. We look forward to helping you achieve your slimming goals.

 

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Renew Fight Against HIV/AIDS, EDOSACA Boss Charges Stakeholders

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Amidst seeming less attention given to the prevention of the spread of HIV/AIDS following the emergence of Covid-19, the Executive Director of the Edo State Agency for the Control of AIDS (EDOSACA), Mrs. Flora Edemode Oyakhilome, has called on stakeholders to show more commitment, if the 2030 target of eliminating the epidemic can be achieved.
The EDOSACA boss, who made the call while fielding questions from journalists immediately after the just concluded two-day South-South HIV media roundtable held in Port Harcourt, said the 38th International AIDS Candlelights Memorial was implemented in Edo State.
According to her, the commemoration should serve as a reminder for both those infected and affected, as well as the vulnerable in our society of those who have died as a result of the pandemic.
She stated that the theme for this year’s commemoration, “One Big Fight for Health and Rights of People Living with HIV”, is apt. 
“With just  nine years to go in the UNAIDS ambitious targets of eliminating HIV/AIDS by the year 2030 through the 95:95:95 strategy aimed at achieving zero new infection by 2030, the well chosen theme for this year’s memorial, which is  ‘One Big Fight for Health and Rights of People Living with HIV’, is nothing but a renewed call for girding our loins and redoubling our efforts towards the achievement of this target, especially with globally increasing rates of societal and workplace stigma and discrimination, and domestic gender-based violence, as well other acts of rights denial against People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHIV). 
“The right time is  now or never for all soldiers and gatekeepers in the global war against this most lingered pandemic to join efforts, time and resources towards greater outcomes and dividends from this year’s theme, which encapsulates in one dose the non-pharmaceutical panecea against HIV/AIDS”, she said.  
Towards this renewed fight, the EDOSACA boss urged stakeholders to turn a new leaf.
“As the event is marked today, all should go into sober reflection over the plight of those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS, as well as the vulnerable one not yet infected and work towards the  mitigation of their sufferings and plan for greater improvement in their living standards through economic and academic empowerment, capacity  building, skills aqusition and skills improvement, nutritional support, access to quality health services, free prevention of Mother-To-Child Transmission (PMTCT) services, free legal aids, etc., especially for Adolescents and Young People (AYP), widows and orphans,” he said.

By: Sogbeba Dokubo

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Health Benefits Of Eating Apples (2)

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The Antioxidants in Apples May Play a Role in Cancer Prevention. While there’s no one surefire way to prevent cancer, apples could help play a role. “Apples may reduce the risk of certain cancers, which researchers speculate is related to the antioxidants found in apples,” says Anzlovar. Research suggests that apples have a very high level of antioxidants, and in laboratory studies, these antioxidants have been shown to limit cancer cell growth.
A review published in October 2016 in Public Health Nutrition found that eating apples regularly is associated with a reduced risk of certain cancers, including colorectal, oral cavity, esophageal, and breast cancers.
The fiber in apples may provide cancer-preventing perks. A study published in March 2016 in the journal Pediatrics found that women who ate more high-fiber foods during adolescence and young adulthood (especially lots of fruits and vegetables) had a lower breast cancer risk later in life.
And another study, published in January 2019 in the journal The Lancet, found that a diet high in dietary fiber could protect against colorectal cancer and breast cancer, as well as type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
6. Apples Can Support Healthy Weight Loss
A diet rich in fruit (and vegetables) can help you maintain a healthy weight — or shed pounds — according to the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention.
Because apples are filled with dietary fiber, they are high on this list. “Fiber slows digestion and the rise of blood sugar, keeping you satiated and less likely to overeat,” says Levinson.
According to that study in The Lancet, people who ate the most fiber had a significantly lower body weight. Research shows that overweight women who ate three apples a day lost 1.22 kg (2.7 pounds) after 12 weeks.
At only 95 calories for a medium-sized apple, this fruit is one you’ll want to keep on hand when sweet cravings strike.

  1. Apples May Help Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease
    Time to start eating more apples and other flavonoid-rich foods like berries and tea. Research published in August 2020 in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that adults aged 50 and older, who included only a small amount of flavonoid-rich foods like berries, apples, and tea in their diet were a whopping 2 to 4 times more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease and related types of dementia over 20 years compared with people who ate more flavonoid-rich foods.
    On top of that, a review published in January 2020 in the journal, Biomolecules, found that quercetin, a flavonoid found in apples, protects neurons from oxidative damage and contains other anti-Alzheimer’s disease properties, too.

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We Are Supporting States To Intensify Cholera Outbreak Response – NCDC

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The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) says it has activated a multi-sectoral National Cholera Emergency Operations Centre (EOC), following an increase in cholera cases across the country.
The NCDC Director-General, Dr Chikwe Ihekweazu, said this in a statement made available to The Tide in Abuja. 
According to a document made available to The Tide states that since the beginning of the 2021, 10,833 suspected cholera cases have been reported with 112 confirmed cases and 289 deaths.
In the last one month, an increasing number of cholera cases has been reported across the states.
The most affected states are Plateau, Bauchi, Gombe, Kano, Zamfara, Bayelsa and Kaduna.
Given the risk of large outbreaks across states,  Ihekweazu said that the agency had activated an EOC.
“The EOC is co-led with the Federal Ministries of Environment and Water Resources, given the link between cholera and water, sanitation and hygiene.
“The National EOC has been supporting states to ensure a coordinated, rapid and effective response to the ongoing outbreak.
“This includes the deployment of National Rapid Response Teams (RRT) to support the response at state level, provision of medical and laboratory supplies, scale up of risk communications amongst other activities,” he explained.

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