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Andreea Macoveiciuc

Andreea Macoveiciuc

If I were to choose 5 words that best describe me, I'd pick passionate writer, tea lover, coffee addict, cat person and fitness junkie. I'm committed to loving life and spreading words of encouragement, and my greatest passion is to help people create the best body they can through an active lifestyle, enjoyable workouts and healthy food choices. I’m equally skilled at patiently waiting and taking risks and I’m always ready to push my limits when circumstances ask for it. My everyday choice is to live life for more than life itself.

Posts By Andreea Macoveiciuc

15 Practical Uses of Tea in Your Household

January 8, 2014 |

 

I’m sure you’ve heard about the numerous legends surrounding the various uses of Coke in a household, from removing the grease and blood stains from clothing to cleaning oil stains, removing rust or wiping off gum from … Read More

The HCG Diet – Weight Loss Miracle or Fad?

January 7, 2014 |

 

The human brain seems to be the most creative when we’re slightly tired, and involved in not so organized activities. It therefore comes as no surprise that lots of the discoveries that continue to amaze us on … Read More

Health Benefits of Hibiscus Tea

January 6, 2014 |

 

January 2014 is the National Hot Tea Month, and in order to celebrate it properly, you should try a different tea assortment every day, and have it hot, first thing in the morning. Still, as Dr. Mercola … Read More

How to Boost Your Emotional Immune System

January 3, 2014 |

 

Few weeks ago I read an article on the German New Medicine system, and the 5 biological laws “discovered” by Dr. Hamer, the initiator of this new science. Although I don’t agree with his theories, he does … Read More

6 Steps to Detox after Holidays

January 2, 2014 |

 

If you went a bit overhead with the holiday meals and had too many cookies or overindulged in cheesy or meat-based dishes, it’s normal to feel overstuffed, deprived of energy, bloated and nauseated. Normal, but not desirable, … Read More

Fitness and Nutrition Trends for 2014

January 1, 2014 |

 

No day is better for a new start than the New Year’s Day, and if your Resolutions list included something health or fitness-related, it’s the perfect moment to take a look at the trends in fitness and … Read More

How to Write Doable New Year Resolutions

December 31, 2013 |

 

If there’s any magic in this world, it certainly peaks on December 31, when New Year Resolutions are written down.

Reflecting on the changes we want to make starting January 1 is surely useful, as … Read More

Tea Benefits for Digestion

December 30, 2013 |

 

With all the tasty cookies and highly caloric traditional foods prepared for Christmas and the New Year’s festive dinner, it’s hard not to go overboard and grab an extra serving of treats, or to keep food indulgences … Read More

Green Tea as Fat Burner – Myth or Fact?

December 27, 2013 |

 

Not sure how many of you are watching The Dr. Oz Show, but in one of November’s episodes, he talked about some of the most popular belly fat myths and gave some useful tips on how to … Read More

Sitting is the New Smoking: Get Active during the Holidays

December 26, 2013 |

 

How active are you on a regular day? Some time ago I saw this nice video, which asks a simple question: how much time do you spend sitting each day? Take a few minutes to watch it, … Read More