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16-07-2018

We can be sure that if we eat fruits and vegetables, we will never have a lack of vitamins or minerals. Main nutritional benefits of fruits:

15-07-2018

There are some foods that can boost our serotonin levels and some other foods that can diminish them. Good levels of serotonin is responsible for a good mood.

14-07-2018

In general, the main sources of omega 3 are found in plants (fruits, nuts and seeds) in the form of linolenic acid, which is an essential fatty acid (the body can not produce it). Oils obtained from nuts and seeds concentrate these fats and are rich in omega-3.

13-07-2018

A proper diet can prevent the onset of bad breath. On the other hand, avoid foods that cause halitosis is the first rule to avoid bad breath. Within the diet for people with bad breath, the following dietary advices should be taken into account:

12-07-2018

Lacking of ovulation (anovulation) often caused by hormonal problems. The process of formation, maturation, release and implementation of the ovules in the uterus involves a number of hormones….

11-07-2018

The main reason for vaginismus is fear. Consciously or unconsciously, some women feel it before being penetrated. The reason for this fear may be due to several factors, including: stress, fear, bad experiencies, etc…

10-07-2018

List of food containing a lot of fructose

09-07-2018

Golden seal has been considered one of the main medicinal plants used in phytotherapy in North America. Many times it has been called "the ginseng of the poor" because of the wide variety of applications that both plants have had in curing numerous diseases and the fact that it was very easy to get.

08-07-2018

A GOOD SALAD FOR CHOLESTEROL: fats. It has health benefits such as lowering cholesterol, increase levels of good cholesterol and prevent cardiovascular disease. For people with cholesterol problems, obesity or hypertension it is recommended to use low-fat cheese or 0%.

07-07-2018

Tempeh is a good source of B vitamins (mostly folates, riboflavin (vitamin B2) and very little cobalamin (vitamin B12 analogues), minerals such as potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, iron, copper and manganese…