Magnesium in general is vital in humans since it is involved in different functions such as protein production, synthesis of DNA and carbohydrate metabolism. Continue reading 11 Ways Low Magnesium Levels Are Dangerous
Sweet potatoes are a good source of dietary fibre and nutrients such as manganese, vitamin A, vitamin B5, vitamin B6 and vitamin C. Continue reading The Cooking Water From Sweet Potatoes Helps Weight Loss
As winter comes the conditions gets worse, but there are ways and treatments to keep your dry skin healthy and ease any problems. Continue reading Dry Skin: 8 Ways To Make It Soft And Healthy In The Winter
Drivers who sleep less than five hours daily are at 4 times the crash risk. Continue reading Only One Hour Less Sleep Doubles Drivers Crash Risk
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, in their new update, claim that “appropriately planned” vegetarian and vegan diets are suitable for everybody. Continue reading Vegetarian Diets: A Healthier Way Of Protecting Against Certain Diseases
We all know that physical activities can improve our quality of life: they improve mental health, increase fitness and longevity. Continue reading The Best Sport For Cutting The Risk Of Death Nearly 50%
New research has found that carotenoids can enhance cognition.
Continue reading The Next 9 Foods You Should Eat To Enhance Cognition
Our immune system in general can fight infection or deal with influenza, even though we experience some distress for some time. Continue reading Your Birth Year Predicts The Chances Will Get A Nasty Flu
Yo-yo dieting or weight cycling has dangerous effects on health — and especially the heart — whether you are normal weight or not. Continue reading Yo-Yo Dieting Increases Risk Of Dying From Heart Disease By 66%
Children who drink full fat milk turn out to have higher vitamin D levels and end up leaner compared to those who drink skimmed milk or low-fat milk.
Continue reading Should Children Drink Full-Fat Or Skimmed Milk?