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A serving isn’t necessarily the portion size you put on your plate. It can be, if you are eating healthy, but all too often we double or even triple what a recommended serving size is. It’s no wonder, if you see a serving size of your favorite cereal is three-fourths cup!
Published by Charlene Collins 67 months ago in Healthy Living | +0 votes | 3 comments
Obesity sets us up for a myriad of different illnesses. We live in an age where obesity is almost considered the norm. What exactly is obesity? Most of us recognize obesity when we see it, but we may not have a clear idea of what constitutes overweight, obesity and morbid obesity.
Published by Charlene Collins 67 months ago in Healthy Living | +3 votes | 3 comments
Trans fats are infamous for creating health hazards. They are particularly very bad for the heart. Excessive intake of trans fat rich foods can lead to heart disease and heart attack. These fats are found mostly in processed foods. That’s why processed or packaged foods are considered so unhealthy. But what are trans fats? Why are trans fats bad for the health?
Published by Sourav RC 67 months ago in Healthy Living | +6 votes | 0 comments
Tea is a refreshing beverage and can be consumed any time during the day. There are misleading myths about tea and it is great to know the real facts. This article is all about drinking tea for good health, how to brew a perfect cup of tea and other unknown facts about tea as a beverage.
Published by Nisha Danny 67 months ago in Healthy Living | +9 votes | 1 comments
Women everywhere are concerned about ways in which to prevent breast cancer. Right now, as I write this article, someone has died from this terrible disease. One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point in their lives. Statistics show that one in three women living with breast cancer will die from it.
Published by Charlene Collins 67 months ago in Healthy Living | +4 votes | 3 comments
Public health is more than simply vaccination and emergency situations. Columbus, Ohio offers a wide variety of services under public health. In addition to vaccinations and emergencies, Columbus offers her residents clinics for alcohol and drug abuse, dental clinics, children and childhood concerns, women and family planning. The city also is concerned with mosquito control and public water sources. The city offers comprehensive services to ensure the health concerns and safety of her residents...
Published by Jeanne Ruczhak-Eckman 67 months ago in Healthy Living | +0 votes | 3 comments
Why do we need to wash hands before eating? Why we need adequate sleep? Is walking the best exercise? Why should we drink eight glasses of water a day? Is fast food healthy? There are a lot of things we can do to remain healthy like walking, drinking enough water, washing hands, having a restful sleep and eating fresh food. These are the basic requirements to stay active and be disease free.
Published by deepa venkitesh 67 months ago in Healthy Living | +6 votes | 10 comments
This article discusses hemorrhoids. It explains how to avoid getting them in the first place or how to keep existing ones from flaring up. It also discusses ways to treat them once they do flare up, and finally it discusses surgery and other medical procedures for getting rid of them permanently.
Published by Rae Morvay 67 months ago in Healthy Living | +3 votes | 0 comments
The common health benefits of exercises are well known to everyone. Exercises boost blood circulation in body thereby supporting proper functioning of the metabolic activities and maintaining a body mass index. But as per some reports and studies from the past years, there are many other health benefits that are yet not known to people.
Published by BuzzingWinds 67 months ago in Healthy Living | +0 votes | 0 comments
March has almost marched through its days. The month of March always marks the arrival of spring. Spring sparks outdoor activities. March makes you move about. At the end of the month, on 30 March, “Walk In The Park Day” is observed to remind the world the benefits that you get by “walk in the park”. It is an inspiration to spark your health.
Published by +Paulose 67 months ago in Healthy Living | +11 votes | 3 comments
Weight Gain tips: Increase weight naturally with diet and exercise! The best ways to gain healthy weight is by eating a nutrient dense high calorie diet and by exercising. Doing these simple things daily can help add to your health and improve your appearance by making you look fuller, stronger and healthier. Read on to learn about the weight gain tips and increase your weight naturally with right diet and exercise.
Published by Ruby 67 months ago in Healthy Living | +4 votes | 1 comments
People who are 100 pounds overweight often feel hopeless and frustrated when trying to lose weight finding that the traditional diets simply don't work for them. Here are some tips that can help them begin to change their eating habits and begin to successfully lose weight by changing their mind set about food and forgeting about dieting.
Published by Martha lownsberry 67 months ago in Healthy Living | +0 votes | 0 comments
Cleaning habits are always good and encouraged for a healthy life. However, there are many germ carriers that we regularly use and we never even notice that these items can lead to unnecessary health hazards if not cleaned regularly. So, take a closer look at the basic items you use almost everyday and clean them regularly.
Published by BuzzingWinds 67 months ago in Healthy Living | +2 votes | 0 comments
Modern research now tells us that the heart actually sends more messages to the brain than the brain sends to the heart. The heart has its own intrinsic nervous system and communicates with the body in 4 ways: nervous system (electrical), the pulse (pressure wave), hormones (biochemical), and energy (electromagnetic). Our emotions direct our heart to send messages to the cells and organs of our body, either messages of dis-ease or messages of health and healing.
Published by June Price 67 months ago in Healthy Living | +1 votes | 0 comments
The stomach area can be a difficult area to start toning, mainly because it incorporates many surrounding muscles in the routine. We also have a tendency to strain these other muscles, reducing the overall effect of the stomach area; diminishing the results. Start slowly and perform the exercise accurately for the best effects.
Published by Iris McCammon 67 months ago in Healthy Living | +5 votes | 1 comments
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