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…

Bed Time is the Best Time to Take Blood Pressure Medication – Research

 On Nov 3, 2019  People with high blood pressure who take all their anti-hypertensive medication in one go at bedtime have better controlled blood pressure and a significantly lower risk of death or illness caused by heart or blood vessel problems, compared to those who take their medication in the morning, according to new research….

Amazing Health Benefits Of Melon (Egusi)

Posted by Amarachi on Thu 31st Oct, 2019.  Awesome Health Benefits of Melon Seeds botanically called Citrullus colocynthis,to the body. Before preparing the egusi soup, the seeds are sun-dried and ground plain or roasted/fried before being ground. Then the chaffs obtained during the oil extraction of egusi seeds can be used for making a snack…

Here’s Why You can’t Seem to Burn Your Belly Fat

The belly fat is one of the hardest body fats to get rid of and there are reasons why this is so. Most ladies are very concerned about their belly fat because it doesn’t make clothe fits which is something no lady likes. Have you been exercising and all the fats in your body have…

Some Keto Diets May Exacerbate Skin Inflammation

By Maria Cohut, Ph.D. | Fact checked by Jasmin Collier Published Fri 18 Oct 2019 New research in mice suggests that ketogenic diets with a very high fat content could actually worsen skin inflammation. The team now urges people with psoriasis to avoid such diets. Do certain ketogenic diets worsen skin inflammation? Ketogenic, or keto,…

Drinks, not Food, with Added Sugar Promote Weight Gain

By Catharine Paddock, Ph.D. | Fact checked by Isabel Godfrey Published Tue 15 Oct 2019 The effect of added sucrose in the diet on calorie intake and body weight appears to depend on whether it is in liquid or solid form, according to a new study in mice. If the results translate to humans, they…