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  • Foods that Help with Migraine

    Foods that Help with Migraine

    A most unwelcome guest is the dreadful migraine. This intense headache can sometimes last for days, with unpleasant side effects like nausea, vomiting and dizziness (if your migraine lasts more than 3 days you should see your doctor).

  • Having Problems Sleeping? Could be Your Protein Intake.

    Having Problems Sleeping? Could be Your Protein Intake.

    If you suffer from difficulty sleeping, it could be due to your protein intake during the evening. One of the amino acids in protein, Tyrosine, can make it very difficult for your to sleep since it helps in the synthesis of Serotonin, an “active” hormone.

  • Lower Stress with Magnesium

    Lower Stress with Magnesium

    Something that is often over-looked when dealing with stress, is our dear natural mineral Magnesium. That’s right, Magnesium, is a natural mineral found in food, water and supplements and it is one of the least intrusive ways in dealing with stress.

  • Which Lowers the Chances of Depression the Most: Coffee, Tea or Chocolate?

    Which Lowers the Chances of Depression the Most: Coffee, Tea or Chocolate?

    Out of tea, coffee and chocolate, it was shown that coffee has the most effect on lowering your chances of being depressed due to its higher level of caffeine.

  • Dehydrated Even When You Are Not Thirsty

    A new study by Ganio MS et al (2012) has shown that even mild dehydration can lead to changes in your mood.

  • New Vitamin That Improves Memory

    We are usually familiar with omega-3 as nutrient that improves our memory. However, a Farmingham Study (Poly C et. al 2011) has shown that choline can also help improve cognition.

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