There were some researches launched in the recent years on the effect soda drinks have on the brain. Results aren’t surprising and the findings are fairly consistent: consuming too much of anything with excessive sugar, especially high-fructose forms of sugar can have negative health consequences, including the brain health.
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The guava is a tropical fruit native to South America and Brazil but is also grows in Cuba, Florida, India, and California. The guava fruit has an oval shape and is the size of a pear. It’s slightly bitter and varies in color. The fruit is commonly used in jams but can also be consumed fresh and extracted for juice. Except for its taste, guava has been used for its health benefits as well.
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.
There is no need of calcium chews anymore - a pint of beer is the solution. If you’re a woman, beer has much more beneficial effects on your health than you’ve ever thought.
You may not see the number you would like to on the scale in 5 minute, but if you keep at these routines it will guarantee major results. Thinking small might actually be smarter than trying to drastically lose weight at once. Try it!
Dog owners surely know that their companions are providing them with happiness, comfort, a source of physical activity, and much more, especially for people who live alone. But did you know that your dogs are actually saving your lives?
Marrying your cousin will not be the end of the family three, still scientists warn not to turn it into tradition.
It seems like vodka is much more than a mixture of ethanol and water. It is believed that this beverage was originally used as a medication and was different with respect to its flavor and aroma from what it is today. Next time you order vodka, think about this:
There is almost not a chance that you haven’t been told that something great will happen as long as you believe it is possible--the advantage of positive thinking. But what about the people who see the glass half empty? Is being pessimistic a bad thing? The latest research suggests that some pessimism may be beneficial.
Have you ever felt tired all the time? It might be due to lack of “energy vitamin,” essential for everything your body does. Vitamin B12 plays a major role in the production of DNA, promotes healthy nerve function, and helps in keeping the body filled with red blood cells that carry oxygen in your body. Despite all the benefits it sometimes happens that we lack it, here is how to recognize the sings our body sends to us, when missing B12.
You're probably familiar with the weight-loss mistakes, such as skipping the breakfast, avoiding veggies and so on. But it seems that there are a few sneakier mistakes to avoid, too. According to dietitians, over time, these, at first sight negligible mistakes can really cause you to put on extra weight. Here's how to avoid these traps, and set up for weight loss success.
The search for the magic pill that can deal with baldness, overweight, and make you happy never stops. While there are many lab-made drugs that can relive symptoms of depression and anxiety, and there are diets that can solve the overweight problems, still there isn’t a quick-fix for happiness, or at least, not one that’s approved by FDA.
Grabbing a muffin for breakfast every once in a while is not wrong, but making it a habit is not so great. Breakfast can actually be a key component in weight loss. According to the results from a research by the Obesity Society, people who consume more calories at breakfast and fewer calories at dinner are keener on losing more weight, feel fuller longer, and reduce waist circumference.
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.
Except for warming us in the winter hot drinks stimulate blood circulation, raise blood pressure, and stimulate digestion by stimulating secretion of digestion juices.