Drinking Green Tea Regularly Lowers Risk of Stroke, Heart Disease by 25%

By Adaku Onyenucheya  On 13 January 2020.  Recent study has found that drinking green tea three times a week could elongate people’s life and cut their risk of having a heart attack or stroke by 25 percent. The research was published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, found that the antioxidants in the drink…

Weight Loss: Can Fish Actually Help You Lose Unhealthy Fats?

Here’s why fish is recommended for weight loss [meconomictimes] Have you ever thought about the reason fishes are recommended for weight loss? Here’s why. Fish is healthy, easy to digest, and contains a good-quality protein that stimulates the body to lose weight. Ginna Crochets Research has proven that regular consumption of fish and fish oil…

Green Tea Promotes Weight Loss, Here’s How

Here’s how green tea influences your weight loss [ece-auto-gen] Green tea has been associated with weight loss; but have you thought of how it affects one’s weight? When it comes to weight loss, people are willing to put in extra effort, which includes adjusted diet, fitness routines, and other lifestyle changes. Ginna Crochets Consumption of…

You Need to Get Scalp Massage More often…Here’s Why

scalp massages has more benefits than you ever knew [Essence] Most of us only experience a scalp massage when we’re at the salon, here’s why you need to do it more often. Besides easing stress and tension, there’s also this buzz around scalp massages being able to promote hair growth, so why shouldn’t you get…

How Intermittent Fasting Can Help You Loose Weight

By Michael Bamidele 28 December 2019.    Intermittent fasting is an eating pattern that restricts your food intake to a specific time window. It doesn’t limit the types or amount of food you eat. Daily time-restricted feeding (eating 6-8 hours a day and fasting for 16-18 hours) and 5:2 intermittent fasting (fasting two days a…

Want to Lose Weight? Consume More Pawpaw

Pawpaw contains nutrients that contributes to weight loss [Power of Postivity] Looking for a magical weight-loss food? Try pawpaw. The fruit is used as an ingredient to prepare a range of dishes, but its ability to promote weight loss is yet to be untapped. Weight loss is a major concern for most people, but they’re…

5 Weight Loss Myths You Need to Stop Believing

     There is a lot of weight loss advice on the internet, that’s yet to be proven and end up becoming myths. When it comes to weight loss, people believe almost everything in a bid to get that body they want. It’s impossible to lose weight overnight so, you need to put in the…

How to Lock Down Your Health and Fitness Data

Apps like FitBit and Apple Health collect some of the most sensitive data you have. Here’s how to control what they can see, and what they can do with it. file cabinets open files visible DOES THE END REALLY JUSTIFY THE MEANS THE MEANS IN ALL CASES Whether you’re a Fitbit user worried about Google’s…

The five: exercises to help avoid an early death

Easy-to-access activities that help to reduce blood pressure, cholesterol and the risk of heart disease Running DOES THE END REALLY JUSTIFY THE MEANS IN ALL CASES Last week, research published by the British Journal of Sports Medicine found that running can reduce the risk of early death regardless of how long or at what speed…

These Habits Are the Reason Your Belly Fat Keeps Increasing

These lifestyle habits are holding you back from shedding that unwanted belly fat. Getting rid of belly fat can be very difficult and also a concern to most people that always want to keep a good body shape. The belly is the worst place to gain weight. It has a higher possibility of ruining your…

Is Social Media The Best Place To Get Fitness And Health Advice?

Despite the fact that many people don’t trust social media as a source for news, according to a recent survey from the Cleveland Clinic and Parade magazine 44% of Americans turn to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube for health, fitness and diet advice. The survey also found that 18% of respondents even changed their fitness…