Bad habits that are wreaking your health: Part 2
As we continue to look at unhealthy habits that can affect our health, let’s turn to the subtler factors: things we may not recognize outright, but which also play a role in our health.
Beat Back PMS with Nutrition
PMS or Premenstrual Syndrome usually happens within one to two weeks before a woman gets her period. This could lead to mood swings, headaches, tiredness, body pain, feelings of anger or irritability, bloating, certain food cravings and depression. Fitness and a healthy diet may make significant differences in PMS symptoms.
A Pinch of Himalayan Pink Salt
Himalayan pink salt is said to be a pure, natural and healthy salt. This salt has been around for millions of years and stayed in a pristine environment thereby retaining certain minerals
5 Ways Diet Helps Prevent Kidney Stones
Having a kidney stone is a painful and unpleasant experience. It pays to be careful with your weight, diet and hydration levels.
Hidden Salt in your Foods
Which are the foods to look for when you say high salty foods?
Iodine is a trace element and an essential component of thyroid hormones.
Is it Safe to add Salt and Sugar to Baby food?
Many times when the baby is weaned off breast milk to solid foods, parents in all their excitement try to make the baby food as tasty as possible by adding either salt or sugar.
Are chocolates healthy?
Chocolates are sinful, delicious, and a favorite treat..But how healthy are they?
Load up on calcium!
Wondering how to increase calcium in your daily diet?
Are kids eating healthy?
Are junk foods depleting nutrients from kids’ diets? Studies done in India show that the fast food culture is responsible for increasing incidences of micronutrient deficiencies in kids.