By Alexander Tretjakov
I was talking to someone recently and the topic of our conversation ended up about how efficient we are in our day to day activities. It is a very interesting subject matter. I have heard numerous theories about this. Here are a few tips that I think could be valuable:
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By Juliet Cohen
Healthy habits are an important parts of growing up. There are an infinite number of positive acts you can take for your well-being. One can get good health by setting basic rules in life. Eating is an essential and important part of life. One can get good health by setting basic rules in life and... Read More
Types of Bacteria
Bacteria are all around us, in the air, water, ground, on our skin and in our bodies. They are classified in a variety of ways, but for our purpose we can categorize them in a more basic way.
Harmless bacteria - Most bacteria fall into this category. They are neither help us nor are harmful to us. These bacteria have a specific purpose, but are not a concerning to us in terms of food safety. ... Read More
By Ron Subs
Diets like Jenny Craig, Weight Watchers and Nutrisystem offer a diet and fitness diary with their plan. Before you throw it away with the packaging, you might want to take it out and try using it for awhile. These journals are great tools for your weight loss success.
1. Record the foods you eat. There... Read More
by Angela Pollock
Knock out the fat! That has been George Foreman's signature saying since 1995 about his line of grills. The George Foreman Grill has come a long way from the simple countertop versions found in college dorm rooms. This kitchen aid can be found in a multitude of colors, styles and shapes with outdoor versions now being available to consumers. But do these grills... Read More
If you find your grocery bill creeping up and your waistline expanding, then it would be a smart idea to take a hard look at how and where you buy your food...and all those other seemingly inevitable extras. Seasons, smells and samples can empty your wallet and fill your belly, so let's take a look at some of the pitfalls you might find in your grocery store.
During the various holiday seasons,... Read More
Just because we've been raised to eat three big meals a day doesn't mean it's the right -- or the light -- way. Research shows the best way to keep your metabolism revved up is to eat small, frequent meals. Some studies have found that people who consume more meals eat a bigger variety of foods and are more likely to satisfy their nutritional daily needs. That means getting the recommended "five-a-day" when it comes to fruits and... Read More
While getting all your essential nutrients from natural foods is ideal, it may not be practical in today's society, and many people turn to vitamins to supplement their diets. Make no mistake about it, however, vitamin supplements are big business, and not all manufacturers have your best interests at heart.
There are thousands of supplements to choose from, and consumers spend billions of dollars each year -- many never get even a small... Read More
There's no magic bullet to ward off the effects that the years have on your mind, skin and body, but you can slow the hands of time by eating the right foods. Lack of exercise, smoking and a poor diet all contribute to aging prematurely, but these are all factors that you can control. Increase activity, stop smoking and eat a healthy diet, and you just may turn back the hands of time. Adding foods that are rich in antioxidants,... Read More
by John Howard
Thousands of people around the world suffer from irritable bowel syndrome or IBS. Though there is no specific general cure that is available for IBS, there are several IBS treatment options that are available, which can provide relief from the symptoms. A combination of different types of treatment... Read More