Along with the improvement and advancement of IT, comes the improvement of many aspects of our lives, that’s for sure. Until now we have seen many projects aimed at improving healthcare service, diagnosis, body’s health, and more.
It is no secret that many people accomplish better results and achieve goals when they are motivated in many ways. Certain researches showed that when a person has a reward in mind it can accomplish short-term goals more successfully.
According to the Textbook of Biochemistry and Human Biology, energy balance can be equated as, “Energy intake = internal heat produced + external work + energy stored.” Learning how to keep your energy well balanced throughout the day can lead to a more productive and resourceful you. The following 15 points can be the catalyst for a healthier lifestyle, and much more energy.
Meditation is universal and it is an act of consciousness, thus it has nothing to do with any religious believes. As for mediation time – the answer is really simple - if you wish and want to experience something you will find the time for it.
Flu season is upon us and we want to know the facts: Can you prevent the flu naturally or is the vaccination the way to go?
AT THE TURN OF EVERY WINTER SEASON, we begin to see advertisements and promotions for the dreaded flu vaccination. While most of us shudder at the thought of an injection, past experiences of piping-hot fevers, bone-rattling chills and blinding headaches makes us think twice. This leads us to question whether the vaccination is necessary, or if we can hope to build up our immune system naturally to ward off those nasty bugs during flu season. Fact or fiction: A vaccination is necessary to prevent the flu.
"We've steeped ourselves in the research and the tea leaves read quite auspiciously: tea makes you more alert more relaxed and less likely to die tomorrow. These are all good things."
Humans have been steeping leaves in hot water for 500,000 years. Us Americans drank 79 billion servings of tea last year, amounting to 3.6 billions gallons in total.
So clearly, we're quite invested in the hot stuff--as is the freshly tea-pushing Starbucks--but what does it invest in us? New research into the relationship between nutrition and the brain is helping us to understand why tea time is such an essential part of the day--for the components of tea help us be more alert, more relaxed, and healthier over the long term.
Some studies showed that 60 to 70 percent of processed food in U.S contains genetically modified ingredients. In Europe, on the other hand, are still rethinking the need for genetically modified food, and still voting for organic.
Trans fats, declared unsafe by FDA, will soon be gone from the market. Here's a list of five foods that still have them.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced this week that they will declare trans fats unsafe for use in food products. This move comes seven years after New York City banned trans fats from restaurants.
Despite a broad acceptance of the dangers posed by trans fats, here’s a list of five common foods that still use them. Read labels for these foods carefully if you want to avoid trans fats.
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