In nutrition and life, everything changes. Items like floppy disks, pagers and cassette tapes are outdated. Political views like segregation and women’s right to vote are no longer relevant. As for the world of nutrition, it seems like things change every week.
After successfully dieting for several months, you have a slip up. And not just any slip up, but the BIG one. Maybe you devoured an entire pizza after a bar crawl, or maybe you failed to restrain yourself while at a buffet with friends. Whatever the reason, it’s not important.
Can’t sleep? Getting sick too often? Having an acne break out again? If so, then you might have a zinc deficiency. Not enough zinc in your body can lead to a number of problems. From a weaker immune system to even causing imbalances to the levels of hormones produced and regulated in your body.
It’s 2016 and that means another year of diet fads and trends are set to be thrust upon you. If you don’t want to go through the hassle and restrictive nature diets can bring but still want to eat healthy, we’re here to help. Here is a list of 16 foods for you to try in 2016. You might be familiar with some of these and others may be new but each one on our list comes with plenty of health benefits.
Being bloated is no fun for anyone. At best it can make you feel uncomfortable and make your favorite pair of jeans too tight, and at its worst it can give you a terrible stomach ache or abdominal pains and even diarrhea, perhaps even necessitating a day or two off work.
Originating in China, ginger is a flowering plant that has a long history of use in alternative medicines. From fighting colds to treating nausea and indigestion, ginger has served as a natural remedy for people all over the world for centuries. So why is this herb so powerful, and how can it improve your health? Here’s how a healthy dose of ginger can help you.
Such a huge number of superfoods get thrown around that it can be hard to keep track on which you should be eating. And beets have something of a bad reputation – many of us still think of them in the pickled form that our granny’s generation enjoyed.
Everyone wants to tell you how important Vitamin C is, and Vitamin D has recently become a big deal with many nutritionists, but what about Vitamin B? We understand Vitamin B can be more complex, since there are eight types; however, getting enough of these helps reduce your risk of stroke, and lets you enjoy countless other health benefits.
With Halloween just a few days away, you may feel a mixed sense of excitement and dread as a night of parties or trick-or-treating with your kids approaches. You remember what’s happened previous years come November 1st: you on the couch feeling bloated and no longer able to button up your pants due to a long night of Halloween candy binging.
In today’s globalized world, it can seem like a mystery as to when fruits and vegetables are actually in season. The supermarket has become a global marketplace where you can get fruit from Central America and vegetables from Africa, so it’s no wonder that many of us are likely to forget when our favorite produce is in season.