Probiotics – The Answer to Your Health Problems?

Posted on Monday, January 27, 2014 by HylaryL

Spoon with yoghurt When we hear the word “bacteria” a lot of unhappy thoughts come to mind: sickness, mold, germs, and, most importantly, something to avoid. Unfortunately, this bad reputation that bacteria have is, in many ways, misguided. What if the key to maintaining good health actually lies in our microscopic friends? According to the Harvard Medical School Family Health Guide, the health benefits of eating good bacteria, . . . more »

Eat Your Way to Lower Blood Pressure

Posted on Friday, January 24, 2014 by Health_and_Fitness

heart health High blood pressure is a killer, and a sneaky one. Long before any real symptoms appear, hypertension can wreak havoc in the body, damaging blood vessels, heart, brain, kidneys, and eyes. High blood pressure is the most common cardiovascular disease worldwide, affecting 20% of the adult population. Since the risk of developing hypertension increases as we age, there will be even more people with this . . . more »

Get in Touch with Massage

Posted on Sunday, January 19, 2014 by Health_and_Fitness

massage Get in touch with massage... A soothing massage can help you unwind, but there are additional benefits. Massage may also be helpful for: Anxiety Digestive disorders Headaches Insommia related stress Soft tissue strains or injuries Sports injuries Despite its benefits, massage isn't meant to be a replacement for regular medical care. Let you doctor know you're trying massage and be sure to follow any standard . . . more »

Why we can’t seem to get enough

Posted on Thursday, January 2, 2014 by Health_and_Fitness

Everyone has experienced various degrees of craving for different things. These cravings might range from a strong desire for promotion, success, attention, love, to the uncontrolled thirst for unhealthy foods such as sweets, chips, fries, to even the substance abuse of alcohol, drug, pornography and so forth. When the intensity of cravings becomes uncontrollable, it will bring about addictive behaviors and result in harmful consequences . . . more »