As you go on with the fight to control your Type 2 diabetes and blood sugar levels, you might be interested to know how you prepare your meat could impact your risk factor for complications. By now you probably know taking in enough protein is key to controlling your blood sugar at every meal. So …More
I sometimes have people contact me and ask what the father-to-be should be eating if the couple are trying to conceive a girl or a boy baby. Examples are things like: “what should my husband be eating or including in his diet if we’re trying to conceive a girl?” Or, “we want a boy baby. …More
What is organic farming? How it promotes healthy living? Organic farming is a form of agriculture that relies crop production on green manure, compost, and biological pest control instead of using pesticides and herbicides. Therefore such process can help individuals have a healthy lifestyle because of the absence of chemical content.
These organic agricultural methods are …More
A healthy diet is a balance of good nutrition, calories, vitamins, and fiber. Fiber by definition is the part of plant foods that is not digestible but necessary for us because it moves foods through our digestive system. Our daily fiber requirement is 25-30 grams. An average person gets only …More
A healthy lifestyle is the best possible diverticulitis cure. You are responsible for your own health conditions and you will suffer if you are irresponsible in this area. As a matter of fact, the person who gets diverticulitis has not realized yet that his health depends upon the food he takes in everyday. Bad eating …More
Question: For peri menopausal women, why diet? The answer: To keep off the fat, of course!
But unbeknownst to the one who answered, the perimenopause diet may be the solution to the signs and symptoms of perimenopause. A lot of factors affect weight gain. It could be that …More
Vitamin D is well-known for its importance in managing calcium in the gut, bones, and blood and disease resistance. However, many studies now show vitamin D levels affect may be a contributing factor in many other health issues too.
Researchers now believe it plays a crucial role in how cells communicate. Clinical studies link abnormal vitamin …More
People with different skin conditions often experience frustration and embarrassment when they go out of their places. There are so many reasons behind the skin allergies and diseases which compel a person to keep visiting the dermatologists. But when you feel more discomforts due psoriasis and eczema, it doesn’t just bring a physical but also, …More
It is almost guaranteed you are missing something in your life. Before you let your mind wander off into all directions, please focus on your health. Is there something you find immediately alarming concerning your well-being? Most people feel there is, even if they are not able to pinpoint it right away.
How often do you …More
In view of the recent surge in lifestyle diseases, many of us have begun to understand the role of a healthy diet. It has been proven time and again through several research papers that a healthy diet is of primary importance when restoring your health back to normal while dealing with a chronic illness. Here …More
Speech pathologists assess, treat and diagnose communion and speech disorders. They handle and prevent oral issues, cognitive-linguistic issues, swallowing, speech and all language disorders.
If you have problems with oral motor, cognitive linguistic or language skills that have been affected by neurological events or diseases, had head or neck cancer and injuries or problems relating to …More
Low Calorie Stuffed Capsicums Recipe made with all-natural broken wheat or brown rice are very easy to make. You can serve it as a breakfast or as an evening snack.
Ingredients (Makes 4 Serving)
Capsicum – 4 no.
Dalia (broken wheat) or brown rice – 1/2 cup
Shelled green peas – 1/2 cup
Tomato juice – …
Stress is your response to any physical, emotional or intellectual demands. Stress is a major contributing factor either directly or indirectly, to coronary artery disease, cancer, respiratory disorders, accidental injuries, cirrhosis of the liver and suicide; the six leading causes of death in the United States. Although we can’t eliminate stress, we can all do …More
Infertility, or the inability of a couple to conceive a child when they wish to, is often thought of as a rare occurrence, but in fact it is more common than many realize. It is estimated that about 12% of couples in the United States are unable to conceive or have difficulty achieving conception. The …More
Start Eating Healthy
To be able to eat healthy, you need to understand what the body needs to stay healthy and functional. Your body needs food for three main reasons. Firstly as fuel, to keep us warm and supply the energy we need to stay alive and to move about and work. Secondly, food supplies the …More
Do you know that people consume flaxseeds as food since the time immemorial? The historians say that these seeds are known to people about 6000 years ago. There are documents to prove that this might have been the world’s first cultivated super-food. This rekindled the interest of the people in its properties. That was how …More
Reading is one of my favorite pastimes. A healthy lifestyle choice that anyone can make. I’ve been an avid reader since I was in second grade. It is a passion I have never grown out of and one I can carry with me as I age. Reading is relaxing, enjoyable, entertaining, inspiring, enlightening and keeps …More
A blast from the past for some of you, the kind of thing we learned in Biology lessons at school. We can break food down into the following groups: protein, carbohydrate, fats, vitamins and minerals and water.
These are the building blocks of life and are essential for growth and repair. It can be found …More
Eczema is a common skin condition in babies usually developing around two and six months. The condition can, however appear at any other given age and it is characterized by dry, itchy red patches that can be very uncomfortable for the baby. A baby should naturally have silky smooth skin that is healthy, but a …More
There is a lot of advice on what to eat, how much to eat, what exercises to do, how many times a week you should workout etc. etc. But there isn’t that much advice on how to actually motivate your self to eat the right things and to get up off of the sofa and …More