Cruciferous Vegetables Broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, kale—this season’s trendiest greens are also the biggest stomach puffers, thanks to their high fiber content. Enjoy a small serving since they’re so healthy and filling—but stop after that, particularly if you’re trying to fit into a tiny holiday party dress later.Salty Processed Products A handful of chips, a serving of canned soup, cold cuts…if you got it from a bag or a box, it’s [...]
”Healthy mind resides in a Healthy Body” – This quote perfectly reflects the importance of health.
Whatever you eat, reflects on your face and in your working capability. Your digestive system needs to be very strong to avoid daily problems like acidity, indigestion, food poisoning etc.
Here are 10 tips to keep your digestive system healthy forever:1.Eat Diet full of Fibers:
Fiber is one of the most important nutrients for a healthy digestive system. No matter the particular type of diet you have, you should strive to include fiber as a large part of it. Fiber is present in foods such as whole grains, vegetables, legumes, and fruits. It helps [...]
You want something that will improve your mood, your performance, your immune and cardiovascular health? A good sleep! But only if you have enough quality sleep.
The sleep expert, Dr. James Mass, asks the question: Do you need an alarm clock to wake up in the morning? Do you switch off the button on the alarm clock twice before getting out of bed? Do you sleep more hours during the weekend? If so, you can already tell among the millions of people who are deprived of sleep chronically.
It has been estimated that in the US adults sleep an average of 6.9 hours a night, including weekdays and weekends. 40% sleep less than seven hours on weekdays and 71% slept less than 8 [...]
It’s a myth that older adults need less sleep than young adults: Seniors still need between seven and nine hours of sleep, according to the National Institute on Aging. And it’s no secret that we need adequate rest to stay healthy. After years of studying what happens to our bodies and brains while we’re asleep, neurologists and other scientists have established a link between consistent, refreshing sleep and physical and emotional well-being. This connection intensifies with age and can result in memory problems, being more prone to fall, and feeling depressed.
Sleep problems are more than an annoyance; they’re a threat to health and longevity. Several [...]
Red Bull, the most popular energy drinks according to market share, with 5.387 billion cans sold in 2013. It is quite popular amongst youngters these days to get instant energy and kick. It is quite dangerous if consumed in high amounts on a regular basis. Although excess of everything is bad, there are some medical conditions where you should never consume. Consuming red bull in such conditions can be life threatening also.
Here are 6 medical conditions where you should never consume red bull:Pre-existing Heart conditions:
Caffeine can interact [...]
Aloe Vera is highly regarded as a miracle or wonder plant for its healing properties. You must have seen this ornamental plant in terrace gardens, but didn’t realize its worth. The various healing properties make aloe vera a favourite choice among organic and fitness enthusiasts. This magical plant is used for the treatment of various kinds of diseases and illness.
1. Aids Digestion and Treats Intestinal Issues:
Aloe vera when taken internally aids in digestion and effectively cleanses the digestive system. Aloe vera works as a laxative which makes it easier for the food particles to pass through the intestine. Thus aloe vera helps those who suffer severe [...]
1 .Wash your face thrice a day : With a face wash containing salicylic acid. wash it gently and with warm water. The heat will open your pores and the temperature is better suited to clean than cold water. Make sure your water is not too hot so you don’t burn your skin. Make sure your cleanser is suited for your skin. Select a hypoallergenic or acne formulated product. A highly perfumed, harsh soap will often make acne worse.
2 Avoid squeezing or touching your pimples : Your hands are breeding grounds for bacteria because we use them to touch so many things. Touching your face is a big no-no because it cuts down [...]