Enter any of your local supermarkets today and you’ll probably notice something new — the ‘GF’ symbol on some labeled foods. If you still don’t know what it means, you might want to go on reading. The ‘GF' sign actually stands for gluten-free, or as some people refer it to - gut-friendly.
If you are a spicy food fan, you are going to love this research. According to a new study where researchers evaluated data from more than sixteen thousand Americans, eating hot chili peppers…Read More
In addition to providing great pleasure, red wine is a great health booster. One glass each day is ideal for most people, although men with large physical builds may go up to two glasses a day without having to worry about too much alcohol. Numerous studies about the health effects of red wine prove…Read More
Health and nutrition scientists seem to never stop their search for new ways on how to improve the health of people. And thanks to their efforts, 2016 has been a year of amazing health discoveries, which can be beneficial for all of us. Here are some nutrition findings that took place this year.
The immune system is one of the most important parts of every living organism since it has the ability to block, fight and neutralize pathogens that can even prove to be fatal. So people must make sure the system remains effective in order to avoid medical issues.
The best way to achieve this…Read More
For any man, a muscular stature will make you sexier and do wonders to your esteem. To gain this however, lots of hard work needs to be put into it. From exercising to taking the right foods, only with the right decisions can one be able to achieve that athletic body we…Read More
Food and water are one of the basic human needs. Though there are other needs, that can be called basic such as shelter, clothing among others, without water and food people, and animals cannot survive. The world is made up of different people with their different cultural…Read More
British scientists have discovered a new fascinating property of tomatoes: it turns out that frequent consumption of tomatoes reduces the risk of prostate cancer by almost 20%.
A group of researchers from the universities of Oxford,…Read More