Monthly Archive: August 2015

The Pros and Cons of Frozen Foods 0

The Pros and Cons of Frozen Foods

The Pros and Cons of Frozen Foods Our modern lifestyle does not give us a lot of time to prepare healthy and nutritious meals that mainly consists of fresh vegetables and other high-quality products. To find a convenient and fast solution, many of us reach out for frozen foods, thinking that it is a healthy choice; at least, better than junk food...
How to Be More Proactive 0

How to Be More Proactive

How to Be More Proactive Proactivity is not a habit that is good to have to be more productive and effective at work. Proactivity can help us to build better relationships with our closest ones and with a wider community, too...
Benefits of Berries for Heart Health 0

Benefits of Berries for Heart Health

Benefits of Berries for Heart Health Although tinny and small in size, berries are powerful fruit that can fight against many chronic diseases, even cancer. They are rich in vitamin C (especially strawberries), flavonoids, phytonutrients, and antioxidants; they show as excellent as preventive agents for many diseases...
Common Triggers of Ocular Migraine 0

Common Triggers of Ocular Migraine

Common Triggers of Ocular Migraine An ocular migraine affects vision, usually in one eye and can be accompanied with pain, typical for a migraine. Often, people who suffer from an ocular migraine experience loss of vision that can last from a few to 30 minutes...
Probiotics for Irritable Bowel Syndrome 0

Probiotics for Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Probiotics for Irritable Bowel Syndrome Although Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) does not seriously affect our bodies, it is still an uncomfortable chronic disease, which symptoms can be very annoying. Until today, there is no medical evidence of its organic cause, but very often changes in diet, lifestyle, and stress level can alleviate the symptoms of IBS...
The Proven Benefits of Probiotics 0

The Proven Benefits of Probiotics

The Proven Benefits of Probiotics Probiotics are well known as beneficial for the gastrointestinal tract, where they maintain a balance between 'good' and 'bad' bacteria. Namely, the gastrointestinal tract is populated with millions of bacteria...
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