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Help yourself – do exercise

Jun 8, 2020 | Blog, Flavor Of The Month, The Juice, Thebemed, Wellness Cafe

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Under stress we often try to cope by deleting those activities we consider to be non-essential. And so exercise is often the first to go – not a good idea! Here are some good suggestions.


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