Month: November 2019

If you buy something through a link on this page, we may earn a small commission. How this works. A balanced diet and healthful lifestyle that includes enough sleep should be sufficient to give most people the energy that they need for their daily activities. However, athletes push their bodies to peak performance, so these
0 Comments
If you buy something through a link on this page, we may earn a small commission. How this works. Choline is a nutrient that supports various bodily functions, including cellular growth and metabolism. The body makes some choline, but the majority comes from dietary sources. In 1998, the Institute of Medicine officially recognized choline as
0 Comments
Around 100,000 people in the UK have MS.  Today multiple sclerosis is relentless, painful and exhausting. But tomorrow we believe we can change that. Your fundraising will help power our new research. Together we can stop MS. We’ve got charity places  Last year our MS Superstars raised over £1,000,000 by getting their running shoes on.
0 Comments
Open-Faced Turkey Melts make a quick and easy way to use up your Thanksgiving turkey leftovers! Open-Faced Turkey Melts My favorite turkey salad made with cranberries and celery is even better when served open-faced with melted cheese! This hot turkey sandwich is an easy lunch recipe the whole family will love. Serve it with some
0 Comments
A recent study from China finds an association between dietary intake of selenium and osteoporosis risk. Although the authors cannot determine whether the link is causal, they call for more investigation. Share on PinterestA new study asks whether selenium intake might link to osteoporosis risk. Throughout life, the body continuously breaks down bone, reabsorbs it,
0 Comments
A recent review and meta-analysis focus on the role of legumes in heart health. Taking data from multiple studies and earlier analyses, the authors conclude that legumes might benefit heart health but that the evidence is not overwhelming. Share on PinterestA new analysis looks at the links between legume intake and heart health. It is
0 Comments
Having a strong pelvic floor is ideal for lots of reasons. “Your pelvic floor works in tandem with the deep abdominal muscles, acting as an internal corset, which can help reduce low back pain, urinary and bowel incontinence and improve sexual function — good coordination of this muscle group is also a great step towards
0 Comments
This Creamy Pumpkin Ginger Soup is the perfect cozy, fall soup made creamy without adding any cream. Instead, the vegetables and Greek yogurt thicken it! Creamy Pumpkin Ginger Soup This Creamy Pumpkin Ginger Soup is healthy, warm, and comforting. Plus, it is simple to make. Sugar pumpkins are roasted in the oven and then pureed
0 Comments
Some people use the term “lazy bowel” to refer to slowed digestion. Slowed digestion is a symptom of a condition rather than a condition in itself. A person who has slowed digestion may experience other symptoms, such as infrequent bowel movements, constipation, and straining. Read on to find out the causes of a lazy bowel
0 Comments