You woke up one morning, stepped on the scales, and were surprised that you gained weight. It doesn’t make sense since you’ve been eating healthy foods, exercising regularly, and trying to stay fit. Now you’re overthinking the reasons behind your weight gain. Hmmm…
Don’t worry, you are not alone! These unintentional reasons why you may be gaining weight may go unnoticed but let’s take a look at ways how to circumvent them. This article aims to help you uncover the mysteries. As the old saying goes, “knowing is always half the battle”.
We've all seen how our blood sugar levels may affect our energy and mood. When you overindulge in sugary foods or drinks after a while you may feel that you're flying high and happy and energized. However, when our body’s sugar level crashes we may feel weak and fatigued.
Aside from this, unbalanced blood sugar may substantially hamper your capacity to fulfill the demands of everyday living and, if consistently increased, may affect your long-term health.
In this blog, we’ll dig deeper and learn more about how to support your healthy blood sugar levels and how to maintain them to the best of your ability
Turmeric has always been popular, and it has now made its way onto a variety of different shop's menus. As we can buy it over the counter in many forms, it's easy to see why people adore turmeric. Turmeric has been suggested to help with muscle and joint support to inflammation and even with tooth whitening to skin lightening.
Here are some easy, yummy, and worth-sharing turmeric smoothie recipes that you can make at home
Your digestive system breaks down the meals you eat into the nutrients your body needs. If you neglect your gut health, your body may have difficulty absorbing those vital nutrients.
What you eat and how you live directly impact your gut health. Improving your digestive health may enhance your overall health and well-being by allowing your digestive system to function more efficiently.
Prebiotics, Probiotics, and Postbiotics: these words may look and sound similar, but all of these elements have an effect on your microbiome, which is a group of bacteria and other microorganisms that live inside you. According to research, a thriving microbiome is essential for a robust immune system.
So, how do these numerous “biotics” operate to maintain a healthy gut flora? Is it essential to have all three? Yes, they are all helpful to our overall health and promote a healthy immune system and digestive system. So let’s dig deeper and find out more about these “biotics” and how they work in our bodies.
Eye comfort is primarily dependent on enough moisture in the eye. Aside from the comfort of not having dry and irritated eyes, moisture on the eye’s surface protects them. The cornea’s outer layer is the “tear film,” the moisture-laden surface of the eye. The integrity of that wet film is dependent on the proper operation of three linked layers.
When our eyes do not generate enough tears to keep them wet, or when your tears do not work effectively, you may experience dry eyes. This can irritate your eyes and, in rare cases, cause vision problems.
Turmeric is known as a golden wonder spice to support the immune system’s health, stomach, liver, and joints. It has been praised by many for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory qualities.*
Research has suggested that turmeric may assist enzymes in the stomach for healthy digestion while also supporting stomach mucus production. This mucus is the body's principal defense against stomach acid.