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Scientist has made recommendations of certain foods which contain disease preventing, health-giving nutrients that improve immunity. They say food with enough dietary fiber, omega 3 fatty acids, beta-carotene, and those with low calories and fat lead the way to good health. Let’s call them “Superfoods” – they go beyond a double-action to prevent diseases.
Published by Ron Siojo 99 months ago in Healthy Living | +17 votes | 5 comments
In a study involving males and females aged 17 – 18 years conducted by Rushton also revealed that men had 3.63 IQ points higher than women. However, in another study it was found that women have 2-4 IQ points higher than men in later life. Again, a study conducted in 2009 men showed 3-5 IQ points higher than women...
Published by mdlawyer 99 months ago in Healthy Living | +9 votes | 2 comments
Importance of a Healthy Breakfast: Why is Breakfast Important? What is a healthy breakfast?
Published by Sourav RC 99 months ago in Healthy Living | +14 votes | 4 comments
It is estimated that in many locations all over the world, women live 5 to 10 years longer than men. Among centenarians or those living beyond 100 years, 86% are women....
Published by mdlawyer 99 months ago in Healthy Living | +6 votes | 3 comments
The average American drinks more than 53 gallons of carbonated soft drinks each year, more than any other beverage, including milk, beer, coffee or water. With the increasing use of soft drinks and sodas, we are replacing it with water which is a natural and safe need of human body. Our kids and teens are becoming addicted to the soft drinks, rather than taking enough water which is essential for their health. What are the harmful effects of taking too much sodas in place of water?
Published by Amera Khanam 99 months ago in Healthy Living | +9 votes | 3 comments
Yoga has healed and instills a good sense of well-being in countless people through centuries. In the US, this ancient science has begun to be taught to patients in hospitals, such as the Columbia-PresbyterianÂ’s Cardiac Centers entrance into the mainstream of healing is attributed to the groundbreaking work of John Kabat-Zinn, Ph.D., Herbert Benson, M.D. and Dean Ornish, M.D.
Published by Ron Siojo 99 months ago in Healthy Living | +14 votes | 7 comments
After a work out or sports activity, the Sauna, Steam Room or Hot Tub relaxes sore muscles. Watch out for these hidden dangers.
Published by Bellatwix 99 months ago in Healthy Living | +6 votes | 2 comments
Humans have much to learn from tigers, dogs and animals. As meat is a natural food for animals, not all, and they are biologically equipped to digest raw meat, they donÂ’t have to bother cooking. But if humans would like to derive some nutrition from the meat they eat, they have to eat it raw.
Published by Ron Siojo 99 months ago in Healthy Living | +13 votes | 1 comments
What do you have for your snack today? Was it some hamburger sandwich with a cold glass of pineapple juice? Or did you have some mango juice with some eggs? These may taste really good but did you ever wonder if these foods were actually digested by your body?
Published by Ron Siojo 100 months ago in Healthy Living | +10 votes | 3 comments
Many of us are often guilty of such nonchalance about our diet. Stuff your belly now, worry about the consequences later. Unfortunately, the tendency is to blame others for our own lack of control when we are suffering from a disease due to improper diet. Some even use the why-wasnÂ’t-I- told excuse. Again, ignorance is no excuse as far is nature is concerned. The body has certain warning signs and it is our fault is we are indifferent and shove them aside.
Published by Ron Siojo 100 months ago in Healthy Living | +7 votes | 3 comments
Almost everyone loves chocolate; it is one of the favourite foods worldwide. However, many do not know much about it. Here are some interesting facts about chocolate!
Published by Patricia Cartwright 100 months ago in Healthy Living | +4 votes | 1 comments
Summer swim season is here again, and with it come a host of potential risks and hazards, some of which are fairly self-evident (drowning, injury, sunburn, etc.), but some of which are not so apparent. Chief among these are a broad range of Recreational Water Illnesses (RWIs) that sicken thousands every year.
Published by Mark Spence 103 months ago in Healthy Living | +6 votes | 1 comments
You can easily prevent numerous deadly cancers, depression, bone loss, heart disease, diabetes, autoimmune illness and a host of other ailments. It is so easy!
Published by Jamie Myles 104 months ago in Healthy Living | +8 votes | 0 comments
Ballroom dancing may be some craze right now for the “not-so-young” perhaps there is more to it than flashy clothes, graceful moves and good-looking dance instructors. Many executives and professionals are finding ballroom dancing as an effective stress management program.
Published by Ron Siojo 104 months ago in Healthy Living | +5 votes | 3 comments
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