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GOJI Wellness
GOJI is a health and wellness app based in Vancouver.
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GOJI Wellness Jan 30
Have you downloaded our app? GOJI is a vancouver based wellness app, we encourage users to embrace their best self, make conscious and responsible lifestyle choices, explore wellness related classes, events and…
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GOJI Wellness Jan 29
Clean beauty is a new word. What is defined as clean beauty? The idea of clean beauty is open to interpret, as there are no legal restrictions to guide beauty brands. But the idea of clean beauty is meant for the…
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GOJI Wellness Jan 28
Have you recently taken up on a vegan lifestyle? Are you someone who’s contemplating whether honey is vegan or not? Are you considering giving up honey entirely? 🐝 Bees make honey because it is their food so, by…
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GOJI Wellness Jan 27
No matter for what reasons you decided to give plant-based or vegan diet a try, eating veggies and fruits are good for you and the planet🌱🙌🏼 A plant-based eating plan can be a healthy and good option. The way is to…
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GOJI Wellness Jan 24
Yoga is an art form which is vast, elaborate and could easily roundup as a comprehensive workout for an individual. Notwithstanding elaborate positive effects yoga has on the emotional, psychological and spiritual…
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GOJI Wellness Jan 23
Vancouver wellness trend
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GOJI Wellness Jan 18
Everyone knows that it is human nature to connect, to be social. We not only desire connection with other humans but we need them to exist. And you know us Canadians, we thrive on our social interactions with our…
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GOJI Wellness Jan 16
Grand launch of GOJI Wellness for IOS and Andriod today. GOJI is a vancouver based wellness application, we encourage users to embrace their best self, make conscious and responsible lifestyle choices, explore wellness related classes, events and content. Find us on app store
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GOJI Wellness Jan 15
Did you know human bodies, like glistening vampires, outshine under pure sunlight by producing Vitamin D which keeps our bones and teeth healthy. Sunshine indoors does not help our body produce the vitamin. On cloudy days, shade and dark-colored skin produce less amount of VD
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GOJI Wellness Jan 15
The most common answer is to drink 8 cups or 1.2 litre of water a day, but neither answer is correct. The food and Nutrition Board recommends that adults should drink about 2.5 litres of water a day. Find more on GOJI app.
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