Tea, red wine, and blueberries may be chock full of antioxidants, but these health boosters may also be standing in the way of your pearly white smile.
Yellow, dingy teeth are a common complaint. The brightness of your smile is somewhat dependen... Read more
Each of us has a favorite body part – or we should. Do you have an area you think is worth accentuating? If you do, good for you. As you get closer to your fitness/health/weight loss goals, you will likely want to show off more of your body, hi... Read more
Your mother always told you to eat your vegetables. We’ve all seen what Popeye can do given a little spinach. Well it’s all true! Vegetables are an imperative part of a healthy diet. Specifically, spinach has some amazing benefits.
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The idea that placing dishes of raw onions around the home would stave off illness dates back to the massive flu outbreak of 1919. The thinking went that halved onions could absorb germs. Even though that particular onion "fact" is merely a... Read more
It can be easy to lose track of all the vitamins out there. It's even easier to forget how exactly they help our bodies. Let’s see, vitamin A heals wounds and vitamin C improves eyesight, wait, what was it again? There are so many, it... Read more
Drink until your pee is regularly light yellow. Drinking too much flushes electrolights out of your system, and a lot of people are ending up in the emergency room due to drinking massive amounts of water. But it's not good to be dehydrated.... Read more
"For your yellow "Goal Line" on your weight report you can edit your starting weight and date" - you will need to update that info to be more current. It looks like you have it set to start in 2012, so that is causing what you are seeing.... Read more
i started w/whey but switched to organic yellow pea and sprouted rice protein powder (i order online and it ships 2 my door). i custom mix it up in bulk with my green & herbal powders for energy, wt loss support, & immunity..awesome w/ alm-coco milk!... Read more
I do a little mayo, more than a little yellow mustard, relish, hard-boiled eggs, celery, and some cajun seasoning in my chicken salad. Dried cranberries would be a good addition. I haven't done a calorie count; go light on mayo, heavier on mustard.... Read more
Eaten raw help control blood pressure. The water content in onion is almost 80%. Onions have the ability to reduce blood sugar levels. Onion juice is good in diabetes as it decreases the blood sugar levels and more effective with garlic!... Read more
Whenever I need to eat a few calories in order to make my caloric goal or on the run and need to nibble on something, I get a few Tic Tacs. They taste great and only add a few calories.224... Read more
A few months ago, I went in for my yearly skin check at my dermatologist. I was seeing a new doctor. He came into the exam room, introduced himself and shook my hand.He held on to my outstretched hand for a closer look."You certainly do like to... Read more
It's mustard, of course, and it happens to be one of the lightest condiments out there. It truly is a healthy eater's great friend. A tablespoon of the yellow stuff has just 10 calories and no fat. A tablespoon of mayo has 90 calories and 10 g fat.... Read more
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