The heart is one of the most vital parts of the human body. For that, we need to keep the heart healthy by controlling the food that enters the body. Exercise alone is not enough, if not supported by good nutrition intake for the heart. Here are vitamins needed by the heart to stay healthy, as reported by Boldsky. (more…)
Researchers say excessive levels of vitamin E at least 60 percent trigger risk of cataracts. While vitamin C also increases the risk of blindness in the eye by 20 percent if taken too much. (more…)
Cloud experimented by taking weight loss vitamin pills, abstinence from eating, and exercised appropriately to the advice by vitamin company in America. He consumed 22 pills per day, including some pieces of protein and fiber psyllium. (more…)
Acne is a skin problem that most people really avoids of getting because it can lower someone’s self confidence. There are many treatments that people can do to treat or prevent the occurance of acne. One way to solve acne problem is by using vitamins.
There are actually many causes of acne, but hormonal imbalance is the main cause of acne, therefore pregnant women and women during menstruation often experience this skin problem. Acne problems generally include blackheads, pustules (pimples), seborrhea (scaly red skin), papules, nodules and internal injuries due to certain skin diseases. (more…)
Our mind or perception is apparently a major effect on our diet programs. If you wish to trim and are starting a diet, try not to focus on foods that are low fat or low in calories while eating your lunch.
Someone who tasted the food that is described as “healthy”, are known to tend to be more hungry afterward than people who eat the same foods but are perceived as “delicious”.
“When people feel they eat healthy food, that food makes them hungry,” said lead researcher Ayelet Fishbach, a professor of behavioral science and marketing at the University of Chicago, United States.
“They’ll be more hungry than if they had not eaten anything or when you eat food without thinking in terms of health,” he added, as quoted by HealthDay.
This research was published by online media this month in the Journal of Consumer Research. Researchers attempting to link the impact of the perception of healthy food consumed by these people’s feelings about their health. (more…)