Lifestyle Blog

01 Nov

Are you nutritionally starved?

Nutrient density is a measure of the amount of nutrients a food contains in comparison to the number of calories. A food is more nutrient dense when the level of nutrients is high in relationship to the number of calories the food contains. By eating nutrient dense...

01 Nov

Natural Home Remedies for Bladder Infection

Herbal teas, especially Echinacea teas are excellent therapeutic home remedies for Bladder Infection treatment. Herbs like goldenseal, parsley root, yarrow, horsetail, uva ursi, rose hip, lemon balm, dandelion etc also serve as useful Bladder Infection natural remedies. Taking hot baths helps to reduce Bladder Infection related...

05 Oct

Pregnancy Nutrition

The all too familiar “I'm eating for two” adage is now no longer an excuse to double on what you eating. Nowadays, it’s known that the diet for an expectant woman is not about how much is eaten, but about maximizing nutrition with smart food...

05 Oct

Optimum Nutrition for Swimmers

As for all athletes, nutrition for swimmers involves a proper mixture of protein, carbohydrates, and fats in their diets. Protein is essential for muscle development and repair, carbohydrates provide energy for high intensity exercise, and fats provide energy for extended endurance exercises. In the proper...

01 Sep

Diets

Your entire body is made from the food you eat and the water you drink. The human body is roughly 63% water, 22% protein, 13% fat, 2% minerals and vitamins. Eating the highest quality food in the right quantity helps you to achieve your highest...