Salmon, The Benefits & The Concerns |

Added August 31, 2011, Under: Environment, Inflammation, Nutrition, Vitamin D

Salmon is one of the top foods that nutritionists recommend for lots of reasons. It is high in protein, low in saturated fat and with a unusually high omega-3 fatty acid content (important for reducing the risk of sudden cardiac arrest or death). There are many other health benefits from salmon too: Inflammation Those same omega-3 fatty acids found in salmon can be converted by the body into three types of compounds that prevent chronic inflammation. Inflammation can lead to so many conditions ...


7 Tips For Natural & Healthy-Looking Hair |

Added , Under: How To

Our hair can be our crowning glory or it can let us down dismally. Attractive hair is one of the most important aspects of our overall good looks but it can take some time and effort to achieve. Those 7 tips 1. Wash your hair using a natural shampoo which you will easily find online, in the natural products aisle of your supermarket, your local health store or at Whole Foods or Trader Joe's. 2. After shampooing, mix one cup of either white ...


Are You Concerned About Your Teen & Possible Drug Use? |

Added August 30, 2011, Under: Children's Health, Parents, Skin Conditions

It is the start of a new school year and the time when every parent worries about their teens, especially where drugs and alcohol are concerned. While you do not want to be regarded as the enemy by your teenage children, you need to be vigilant and aware of the common signs to watch out for in case your own son or daughter may be using drugs. Here are some guidelines Staying out of school or at least missing or being ...


Back to School & Health Tips To Ease The Way |

Added , Under: Children's Health, New Moms, Parents

Whether your young child is starting school for the first time or going back after the long school holidays, the whole family needs to get into an organized and stress-free routine once more. And top of the list is doing your best to ensure a happy and healthy child who is ready to learn and to enjoy his or her time at school. Packing that lunch Pack a healthy lunch (and one that your child will actually eat) in a BPA and ...


7 Helpful Ways To Avoid Health Problems After A Meal |

Added August 29, 2011, Under: Diseases, Health, Nutrition

There are some tips you might find helpful to remember, about what not to do straight after a meal, in order to get the maximum benefit from the nutrients and vitamins in your meal and to just be healthier all round. 1. If you are a smoker, be aware that having a cigarette straight after your meal increases the dangers from that cigarette ten fold. The natural bodily absorption rate following a meal is heightened, magnifying the ill-effects of tobacco (nicotine) ...


The Price Of Wearing High Fashion Shoes Could Be Bunions |

Added August 28, 2011, Under: Exercise, Health

  Many women just love high heels and particularly if they are working girls, they might wear them frequently and for long periods. Of course they can look and feel very glamorous but unfortunately they are not good for your feet. If you are working away behind your desk, you should slip them off at every opportunity and put on some flats or go barefoot. It does not take more than a couple of seconds to put them on again for ...


The Versatile & Vitamin-Rich Lemon |

Added August 27, 2011, Under: Diets, Headaches & Migraines, Health, Weight Loss

     If your climate is suitable and you have even the smallest garden, you should grow a lemon tree. After just a few short years, you will have an ample supply of your own organic lemons to use in so many different ways for several months of the year. The lemon contains many nourishing elements including vitamin C, vitamin B, potassium, phosphorous, proteins and carbohydrates. Use lemons for your health 1. Lemon being a citrus fruit, fights infection. If you have a sore throat ...


Why Are Enzymes So Important? |

Added August 25, 2011, Under: Diets, Diseases, Health, Nutrition

Enzymes are something that we might not give too much thought to, but they are a very important part of our digestive and general health system. They are the force that allows our body to digest and absorb food. We need them to to regulate every biochemical and metabolic process in our bodies. If we have insufficient enzymes, we are more likely to suffer from the symptoms of heartburn, bloating, indigestion, chronic fatigue, high cholesterol, heart disease, intestinal and colon ...


Rheumatoid Arthritis & Top10 Ways to Help Make the Condition More Manageable |

Added August 23, 2011, Under: Diseases, Top 10

Arthritis means inflammation of the joints and that arthritis known as rheumatoid arthritis or RA is an autoimmune disease which means that the white cells and antibody proteins in your blood, that usually fight infections, enter your joints and cause inflammation. This can lead to heat, swelling and the production of excess fluid. In time, this may also lead to thinning of the cartilage that covers the ends of your bones so that the bones may be worn away. It ...


8 Good Sleeping Habits To Follow |

Added , Under: Environment, Health

I have written posts on insomnia before, and how to resolve this problem, but there seems to be a never ending stream of ideas and suggestions on how to overcome poor sleeping habits. Here are some more which may help you and your situation 1. It may be important as to what position you take when sleeping. If you are all curled up, this could affect your back and even lead to some back pain. If you sleep face down, this could ...

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