by Lauren B. Wallace
Our moods have a lot to do with our eating habits. Emotional problems, such as unemployment, divorce, or health problems can either decrease our appetite or encourage emotional eating. Even a simple change in our daily routine can sabotage our weight loss efforts. When we feel... Read More
By Heather DeLuca
Think cake will cure your crabbiness? Or baked goods will beat the blues? Probably not.
Whether you're suffering from an irritable mood, a case of the blues, or even full-blown depression, you may benefit from incorporating certain foods into your diet while avoiding others.... Read More
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
by Wilson St. Peter
Stevia is about 300 times sweeter than sugar in its natural state. Its medicinal uses include regulating blood sugar, preventing hypertension, treatment of skin disorders, and prevention of tooth decay. Other studies show that it is a natural antibacterial and antiviral agent as well. Stevia... Read More
By John Purfield
Sleep deprivation is when your body does not get the required sleep it needs. Sleep deprivation could be voluntary or not (through a sleep disorder). There are many signs of sleep deprivation. Some are noticeably obvious and some symptoms are not because you may think the other symptoms you're... Read More
Whether you're a fashionista or a style novice, it's important to wear colors that work with your skin tone and hair color. That means that you need to start at the beginning and determine what colors work for you.
Figuring out the colors that best compliment your colors and features is not an exact science. While there are plenty of guidelines and supposed "rules" about what colors work best with your skin tone, there are no hard... Read More
Feeling down? Maybe you're nervous or angry about something. What you eat may have an impact on your mood and help you get happy. To release dopamine, a neurotransmitter associated with the pleasure centers of the brain, try eating bananas or leafy greens or drink a glass of milk. Make a super smoothie with bananas, ice, milk and whatever other fruit you like to give your mood a boost. Feeling sluggish in the bedroom? You may be... Read More
1. That copy of Stuff Magazine in your boyfriend's bathroom showing Winnie Cooper in her underwear. So your man enjoys gazing at scantily-clad women. Wouldn't you feel better about this if you knew for certain that you were one of them? Don't let Kevin Arnold's junior high school sweetheart steal your thunder. Drop those extra pounds and then reward yourself with a trip to Victoria's Secret. Be the star of his private show! ... Read More
You may not know it, but May is actually Better Sleep Month. It's not just a good excuse to go out and get a new pillow - it's also an opportunity to take an eye-opening look at your sleep habits. Sleep is an important component of good health. According to the Harvard Women's Health Watch, an estimated 75% of people have difficulty getting some good shut-eye at least a few nights a week. And the problems go beyond too many hours... Read More