• diet,  Healthy eating,  Healthy living

    Why a lectin filled diet can be harmful to your Health?

    Research is showing that a lectin-free diet can be beneficial to your health A diet that is lectin-free is linked to producing health according to some dieticians. Although the foods which contain lectin are mostly the heathy food types just like nuts, beans and whole grains. This diet is said be beneficial for people with heart diseases and who what to loss weight. However other dieticians argue about the little effect this substance may have in these healthy foods as healthy foods already are beneficial. Full story: Women’s Health

  • Healthy eating

    How much exercise should kids and teenagers engage in?

    Latest research finds out how much exercise childrenĀ and teenagers require It’s a question with an answer that researchers are still trying to better understand: How much exercise do kids need on a daily basis? In the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that children and adolescents should get at least an hour of physical activity each day. The United Kingdom’s National Health Service recommends the same. There are questions too about the types of physical activity kids and teens should do, how to get young people excited about exercise and what research efforts are underway to better understand fitness on a molecular level. What kids’ exercise…

  • Healthy living,  healthy wellbeing tips

    Why young male smokers face an increase in stroke occurrences in this age

    THE RISE OF YOUNG MALE SMOKERS IS LINKED TO RISE IN STROKE LEVELS THURSDAY, April 19, 2018 (HealthDay News) — Men under 50 who smoke cigarettes are increasing their risk for a stroke, researchers warn. And the more they smoke, the greater their stroke risk, reported the University of Maryland investigators. The bottom line: quit. But if you can’t, smoking fewer cigarettes may help reduce your risk, the researchers said. “We found that men who smoked were 88 percent more likely to have a stroke than men who never smoked,” said lead researcher Janina Markidan, a university medical student. At the lower end, men who currently smoked fewer than 11…