Protein is an important part of our daily diets, and while meat is the most common source of the compound, it can also be found in soy, eggs, fish and nuts. This organic compound is a molecule that is broken down in the body into amino acids, which are required by the body to allow it to build muscles, hair and nails.
Everyone sets out to be the perfect parent. From the first moment you hold your baby on the day they’re born, you tell yourself you’ll do everything right for your child. And then you immediately manage to screw something up. Don’t worry, there’s nothing wrong with you – that’s just how it goes.
There are lots of ways we can be successful. We can succeed in our work life, we can succeed in our love life and we can succeed by living a healthy life. Deciding you want to succeed is a great first step, but the next step is to take a look at what successful people do and believe.
GMO is a hot topic right now. These are genetically modified organisms – plants and crops that have been altered at a genetic level in order for farmers to enjoy improved control over certain traits.
Most relationships – long term ones, that is – go through a natural progression. After a period of dating, the couple may decide to get engaged, and then married over the course of a few years. Once those milestones are out of the way, of course, the discussion often turns to having kids.
Successful people need to kick back from time to time, you know. Whether it’s once a week or once a month, every successful person needs to put their feet up, or head out and do something they love.
First off, right off the top, it needs to be stated that this article is no substitute for medical assistance and support, and neither is it intended to be a self-diagnostic tool. Eating disorders (anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge-eating disorder), body dysmorphia, and hypergymnasia (when one exercises excessively) are all cases where working with a professional is absolutely critical to safe and healthy recovery.
In the time it took between when you clicked on the link to this article and when the page actually loaded, you almost certainly used your lungs. There are very few things you use more frequently than your lungs, as they are responsible for moving air in and out all day long, day after day.
Cancer is such a staggering and cruel modern epidemic and the stories of millions of people directly and indirectly impacted by the dreaded disease are as heartbreaking as they are mystifying. While there’s much research about causes and treatments, it’s understandable but frustrating that risk factors get more attention than prevention.
As far as organs go, the heart is a pretty important one. Okay – as far as anything goes, your heart is pretty important. Without your heart, well, you wouldn’t be reading this article, now would you? When it comes to health topics, the heart should always be the first stop!
Cancer is not only a dreaded disease, it’s a dreaded diagnosis and, for many families, a frightening fact of life. According to the American Cancer Society, this year there will be more than 1.5 million new cases of cancer and 559,650 people are expected to die from the disease. The shocking stat? That works out to more than 1,500 cancer victims a day.
Pulses are amazing because not only are there benefits from eating them, but there are also benefits from growing them, both industrially on farms and at home. If you think you’ve never heard of pulses- think again!
It’s always been a huge part of Japanese culture, but before 2000, most people in North America only knew about matcha from sushi restaurants or Asian supermarkets. Even then, they probably wouldn’t have connected those tasty soba noodles with the word matcha, or known how important the tea is in Japan.
Many people who are allergic to cow’s milk find themselves more comfortable drinking other types of animal milk. Goat, buffalo and sheep milks are also regularly drunk by humans, as well as used to make foods like cheese and yogurt. There are a few other types of animal milk available around the world – including horse, donkey, camel, reindeer, yak, and moose milks