How many times have you heard these advices: eat healthy foods and eat regularly, exercise regularly, don’t smoke? We hear these mainly from doctors, friends, parents, and in the media. It also happens that the words start to lose their meaning and impact. To be honest, it is hard to stick to healthy habits, unless there’s proof they work rather than they might be easier to swallow.
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Over the years, myths and misinformation have gained big popularity, particularly by being promoted as "healthy" habits, but were never actually backed up by science. At best, these habits are just waste of time and money. At worst, they could actually harm your body.
Hair, skin and nails can show which vitamins and minerals are missing in your body, and you should not ignore fatigue, constipation, bruising and muscle pain.
In the twentieth century Hollywood stars had their own routine to maintain their beauty. What is interesting is that they, in their own way, were trying to take care of their skin, not assisted by whole bunch of treatments that we know today.
Did you have a bad day and went straight to the refrigerator to grab some snack? If yes, then you know that you are ‘’ feeding your feeling’’ or in other words when we are emotional we sometimes find comfort in food. While some foods help increase satisfaction and happiness, others can stimulate hormones that trigger anxiety, and especially in the food includes processed foods.