HOW FOLATE FIGURES INTO NUTRITIONAL BALANCE AND WELLNESS FOR ADULTS
Vitamins are an essential aspect of balanced nutrition, and personal wellness. Folate (or vitamin B-9) deficiency is the number one cause of anemia, which can deprive the body, tissues and organs of oxygen. Without folate, red blood cells cannot carry oxygen efficiently throughout the body. Fatigue, premature graying of the hair, mouth sores and tongue swelling are also signs of folate deficiency.
7 SURPRISING UNHEALTHY FOODS THAT CARDIOLOGISTS WON'T EAT
Some of the most delicious foods that we all grew up enjoying weekly, can be hazardous to our heart health, as we get older. Have you ever asked a cardiologist (or heart expert) what he or she eats, to help reduce the risks of heart attack and stroke?
We did some online research to come up with this list of seven foods that cardiologists avoid, for the sake of health and personal wellness. If heart health is a concern for you, check out this list of foods you should remove from your grocery cart. Your heart will thank you.
SERIOUS FACTS EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE 2017-2018 FLU SEASON
Does it seem like a coincidence, that you are more likely to contract a cold, or the influenza virus, when you experience a spike in your stress levels? Whether stress is work related, financial or even social, increased cortisol levels (the stress hormone) has the ability to deliver a punch to your immune system. Stress weakens our ability to fight off both bacterial and viral infections.
Symptoms of increased stress can also be linked to our seasonal activities. For instance, most people do not take vacations in January or February, which means that we are working harder and longer. In winter months (depending on where you live) weather can also be a factor that creates radical changes to your healthy lifestyle.