By: Elisa Wasson | Mar 27, 2014 Coconut milk is a go-to drink that is made from the meat of mature coconuts. It can be used in curries, desserts, sauces, soups or smoothies. Despite its high saturated fat levels, coconut milk is easy to digest and contains an abundance of nutrients. Following are six health benefits of coconut milk that come along with its delicious taste.
By: Neil Karen | Mar 27, 2014 Fish offers a number of healthy nutrients, including vitamin D and vitamin B2. It is also full of essential minerals like calcium, iron and magnesium. Fish is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, too. Following are 5 reasons to eat more fish. Let’s check out now to find out why eating fish is your best option.
By: Neil Karen | Mar 25, 2014 Many people reach caffeinated foods or drinks when they feel tired and drowsy. However, they give you a short burst of energy but can cause an alertness crash as the effect wears off. Fortunately, there are many caffeine-free foods that can stimulate your mind for a long period of time. You can try them to stay awake and alert.
By: Brittany Stone | Mar 22, 2014 Carrot juice provides many health benefits, making it a healthy option. The juice of this orange-colored horn-shaped root gives your body a lot of vitamins and minerals. It helps improve your vision, skin and hair. It also increases the overall immunity of the body.
By: Elisa Wasson | Mar 21, 2014 Drinking warm water with lemon and honey in the morning is a good start for your day. This mixture provides a lot of health benefits, such as cleansing the lymphatic system, balancing pH levels and cleansing the live.
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.