Nutrition and Diet
Chances are that no matter what diet you’re following, you probably aren’t obtaining perfect nutrition. This is especially true if you are following a diet that restricts you from eating a lot of different food groups --like dairy and carbohydrates. The Paleo Diet, which focuses on eating foods that only our Paleolithic hunter-gathering ancestors would have eaten, mainly fresh meat and veggies, is one such diet.
Sleep apnea, a sleep disorder which affects millions of Americans each night, often without them even realizing it, is partially caused by the relaxation of muscles around the throat, nose, and face. These muscles partially collapse and obscure the airways which provide the body with oxygen. Unfortunately, because apnea occurs during sleep, it's difficult to know if you are suffering from it and this leads to many cases going untreated for months or even years.
You've tried a hundred, maybe even a thousand, times to lose weight. You may have found something you liked, but you couldn't stick with it. You might have even attempted fasting, or starving yourself. You need to try a variety of exercise programs and diet plans to discover what is most effective for your body. This article contains some advice that can help you make up your mind about what is going to be a success for you. Read more on Keeping Motivated While You Are On Your Diet...
By John Hunter
For infants and toddlers it is very difficult to get the necessary nutrition and supplements they need to maintain a healthy body. Many parents are leaning toward vitamin-enhanced liquids. Formula can be unhealthy and it may or may not give the toddler enough nutrients to sustain a healthy life. Breast feeding and breast milk, believe it or not, can be tainted, especially shortly after a birth. It won’t be like that forever, obviously, but if not taken care of it can become a problem.
The human diet has changed a remarkable amount in the past few decades. For hundreds of years, the food habits of the ordinary man, assuming he wasn’t living in poverty, were balanced and comparatively healthy. It was normal to eat whole grains. Meat and other animal products were consumed, but not in extraordinarily large amounts - meals tended to be padded out with high amounts of vegetables. Read more on Is It Possible To Get All Our Nutrients From Food Alone?...