By: Neil Karen | Mar 21, 2014 Acne is among the most unfortunate things you can have on your skin. It is caused by a number of factors but there is a connection between the foods you’re eating and the condition of your skin. In fact, your diet could be responsible for the appearance of acne. There are some seemingly healthy foods that can cause bad skin.
By: Brittany Stone | Mar 20, 2014 Eating in your 20s is especially important because what you put in your body now can help reduce your risk of getting health problems later. Particularly, your 20s require a lot of energy. However, what to eat during this period of time can be a challenge.
By: Elisa Wasson | Mar 19, 2014 Diarrhea can last for more than a couple of days or a week. It causes dehydration since your body loses lots of fluids. Luckily, there are some foods that are tolerable and even helpful in aiding with the symptoms of diarrhea.
By: Zidane Randall | Mar 18, 2014 While some foods make the digestive process difficult, some foods can ease your digestion. They have stomach-soothing properties in addition to vitamins and minerals that provide digestive benefits. Therefore, you should choose foods carefully if you don’t want to slow digestive system function.
By: Henes Pitt | Mar 18, 2014 Because weight gain is all about calories, you need to consume more calories every day if you want to gain some kilos. You can eat junk food to get curvy but this is not a healthy option. In fact, you can reach your goals while still eating foods that are good for you. Following are 7 foods that are nutrient-dense and energy-dense. You can add them to your diet and see the results.
By: Lee Dobbins | Mar 18, 2014 Lemons are widely used in various food recipes and they add abundant flavor to a variety of dishes. These citrus fruits are even added to plain water to make a favourite drink of many people all around the world. However, they don’t stop at just giving the food items a delicious taste. They provide a ton of health benefits as well.
By: Neil Karen | Mar 17, 2014 Zinc is an essential mineral that is required to increase the effectiveness of your immune system. You also need this mineral to create new cells and promote wound healing. A deficiency in zinc can lead to a number of health problems such as hair loss, depressed immunity and diarrhea.
By: Elisa Wasson | Mar 15, 2014 Tarragon, also known as Estragon and Little Dragon, is mainly used in toppings of various dishes. This small, dark green perennial plant, which is somewhat similar in taste to licorice, adds extra deliciousness to every dish it is mixed in.
By: Lee Dobbins | Mar 14, 2014 Many foods are safe for humans can be toxic to dogs’ system or even deadly to them. Therefore, it is important for you - a responsible pet owner - to be aware of the common foods that may send your pet to the emergency clinic. Following are some foods that should never feed your dog, no matter how nicely he asks. Let’s check out now.