Researchers believe that they are one step closer to figuring out what is actually behind the ‘feel good’ emotions that come from doing things such as meditation and yoga. According to a new study, practised relaxation actually can change the genes that a person is accessing at the moment in just an instant.
While a simple yoga . . . → Read More: Researchers are getting closer to understanding feel good factor
A new study reveals that eating a small portion of dark chocolate on a daily basis could help to prevent the risk of strokes and heart attacks in patients that are already predisposed to suffer from heart disease.
The study was published in the British Medical Journal and found that ark chocolate is able to benefit the . . . → Read More: Small daily portion of dark chocolate can prevent strokes and heart attacks
Leeds City Council and NHS have partnered together to launch a new campaign that is aimed at helping make sure that elderly people in the region are eating healthy. The major concern is the myth that unintentional weight loss occurs as one grows older and is just a sign of aging. What it actually most likely . . . → Read More: NHS and Leeds Council scheme aims to make sure the elderly eat properly
It should be pretty obvious that families are important, but apparently establishment parties continually overlook this issue. UKIP is currently working on legislation that still does not offer any type of protection or support for families.
Michael Curtis of the Children and Families the policy working group stated that the new legislation will not improve the system . . . → Read More: UKIP family legislation could do more harm than good
Most of the time when stress eating comes up the experts are warning you not to give in to temptation because the end result is going to be that you still feel unpleasant and now have a few extra stone to deal with as well. However, the truth is that if you are someone that uses . . . → Read More: Dealing with stress eating
Everyone knows that vegetables and fruits are a vital part of the daily diet and there are plenty of studies that prove that eating regular fruits and veggies are what help keep the body in good health. However, some studies have also shown that eating veggies and fruit not only help to keep the body healthy, . . . → Read More: The real role that fruit and veg play in our diets
Two friends who were able to recover from an eating disorder named Naomi and Emma are planning on going on a trek to Iceland. The two friends met almost three years ago when they received treatment for the eating disorder, anorexia nervosa. Since then, the two friends are inseparable and are living together in a house . . . → Read More: Anorexia sufferers beat the disease and plan a trek to Iceland
People who are in dire need of losing weight are often challenged by emotional eating. Usually, when they feel down, stressed, and tired, they use food as their therapy. Eating is believed to get rid of stress because it releases more serotonin, which gives people a better feeling. However, doing this is actually not helpful because . . . → Read More: Steve Miller’s ABC against emotional eating
If you’re overweight or not particularly in good shape, and you find that you have been suffering from a lot of stress and are more irritable than usual, the solution should be clear enough: you may be overweight.
Even if you’re not interested in sculpting your body into something resembling an ancient Greek statue, exercise is important . . . → Read More: How losing weight can dramatically improve your mental well-being
If you want to improve your memory then one of the easiest ways to do this is to enhance your diet. There are many supplements that are available that are taken from nature and these are able to improve your memory without you having to rely on chemicals and drugs.
An over-dependence on drugs can eventually lead . . . → Read More: Improving your diet can greatly improve your memory