Eating until we’ve reached belt-popping levels of full on Thanksgiving is a common cause. However, bloating can be a problem if it happens more than once or twice a year. We’re here today to help you determine why you’re getting bloated and guide you through some strategies on how to avoid this painful feeling in the future.
One of the greatest joys of air travel used to be getting the SkyMall catalog and skimming through the pages to see the editors’ thoughts on the modern home gadgets. SkyMall quickly became legendary for their gadgets that managed to be both useless and at excessive the same time. However, they’re not alone in trying to market inventive gadgets to Americans that are so specialized, finicky, and unhelpful that they border on ridiculous.
As we are full force in swimsuit season, it’s hard not to notice how a lot of marketing and advertising focuses on new health foods and other tools to help make losing weight easy. Throughout history, doctors, trainers, and all sorts of other health care workers — professional and otherwise — have tried to come up with the one definitive diet that can help everyone shed pounds and sculpt their bodies into a lean and trim shape.
Summer is in full swing, and one of the best way to make some memories over the warmer months is inviting friends and family over to break some bread, share some laughs, and enjoy activities in the sun. Hosting a backyard patio party can be fun, but let’s face it, it can also be hectic. From trying to figure out a menu that will satisfy everyone’s taste buds, to ensuring the house is in order for company; organizing a summer gathering can be a daunting task.
Most hair loss is just one more indignity of the aging process. By age 50, around 85 percent of men and 40 percent of women have thinning hair. The rate at which your hair thins depends largely on heredity. Other common causes of hair loss include stress, hormonal changes, certain medical conditions, and some medications. But did you know that a poor diet can accelerate hair loss? Here are five eating habits that contribute to the problem.
Hypertension, also known as high blood pressure, is referred to as a “silent killer” because it can develop slowly over time without any signs or symptoms, meaning it can often go unnoticed. Rather than treating their hypertension with pills more and more people are adopting the DASH Diet, which has been proven to lower blood pressure naturally through healthy eating.
Whether you’re a disciple of traditional medicine or a believer in all things holistic, whichever theory you subscribe to is up to you. But we’ll tell you what you need to know about adrenal fatigue, it’s supposed symptoms, causes, treatments, and the controversy surrounding it so that you can make up your own mind about this contentious health issue.