Change of seasons – a difficult period for the body. The weather is changing, immunity decreases, and our mood is also dropping. How to learn to listen to your body, and to recognize the lack of vitamines and minerals in it?
Before you figure out your way through the jungle of diets, weight loss and fitness tips, it is important to know what exactly happens in your body while you are losing weight. What your body absorbs and what it breaks down easiest?
Sweet potato is very beneficial for your health. It contains phytonutrients that promote heart and eye health and boost immunity, vitamin A, which may reduce the effects of smoking and helps prevent wrinkles and beta-carotene. Sweet potato is also a powerful antioxidant.
Gluten-free diets are becoming increasingly popular. Supporters of such food believe that by eliminating gluten from your diet, you can easily get rid of the unwished extra weight, normalize your sleep, get rid of chronic fatigue and finally begin living a happy life.
Christmas and New Year are just around the corner. An unique period of the year, when we forget about our problems and fears for a while and give way to the happiness, love and positive emotions. For every woman it is important how she looks at the New Year’s Eve party.
Vitamin D helps regulate hunger and appetite. Magnesium activates hundreds of enzymes in the body to help you get most out of the food, that you eat. It is also the most important co-factor for absorbing vitamin D in the body.
A technique for connecting with the femininity, for freeing ourselves from everything and for giving way to the new. To the joy, to the love, to the light. It is a moving meditation, which connects inner and outer body.
How important is the natural nutrition for newborn babies and is it dangerous to make compromises with it? In the next few minutes we will go through 10 popular myths about breastfeeding, try to break some of them, and understand what lies behind them.
Nutritionist Lee Holmes says there are three different body types – Vata, Pitta and Kapha, that all require different diets and different activities to keep them balanced and healthy.
Pumpkins are rich in Vitamin A, Vitamin C and Potassium. They may contribute to your immune system, beautiful skin and good vision. They are also rich in antioxidants. If you like experimenting in the kitchen, this is a great choice, that can give a different, exotic taste to your meals.
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body (25-35% of the total protein). It gives strength and elasticity to the body. Except the skin, it builds the internal organs, bones, joints, cartilage, tendons, cornea and blood vessels.