Your eyes have two natural enemies: Oxygen free radicals and ultraviolet light. The sunlight wavelength, ultraviolet-beta radiation (UVB), can cause cataracts and the free radicals damage cell proteins that protect the retina. But there is a way to reduce the risk of cataracts naturally.
Take a look below... Reduce the risk of cataracts naturally...
In a study published in the Journal of N... ››› more
Food is our sustenance and what keeps us alive...
But in some cases, it could also be what may kill you....
Some foods even contain known carcinogens.
Find out below which disease-causing ingredients you should cut out of your diet today!
Foods that contain poisons - and they're still on the supermarket shelves!
Olestra or Olean is used in fat-free chips. It stops your b... ››› more
If you feel like your muscles are slipping away as you age, you'll be glad to know that eating certain foods can help you maintain muscle mass - effortlessly and naturally!
Find out which foods could keep your body toned with age... These are the most important foods if you’re trying to build up muscle
This first item on the list will surprise you - but it's possible THE most important... ››› more
When something carries the label "diet", you assume it will help you in your journey to keep the excess weight off.
It's an obvious assumption, right?
Well, not only have a number of studies linked drinking diet sodas to weight gain, a new study has highlighted additional serious health risks.
Read about them below... One diet soda per day could put you at risk for Alzheimer's and str... ››› more
Spring brings new beginnings and new hope for many - but for some it's a difficult time... The congestion, itching, tearing and sneezing can be exhausting to deal with.
And, over the counter drugs can make you drowsy and nauseous.
But these 5 foods below could help reduce those nasty symptoms - find out how below... Two ways these five foods could help you enjoy Spring again...
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It may seem silly to think that a humble vegetable, like a mushroom, could help prevent something as cruel as cancer...
But when you stop seeing food as something you just eat and start appreciting the different health nutrients in certain foods - you could benefit from them...
Certain foods have been used for thousands of years for their medicinal effects... Like mushrooms for example.
F... ››› more
Dr Lipton, a professor and vice chair of neurology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the United States identified links between migraines and other - more serious health problems. Health issues associated with migraine headaches...
Occasional migraines could double your risk of developing depression. If you have chronic migraines – that’s 15 or more days per mon... ››› more
With lockdown still fresh in our minds, and financial pressure closing in on most industries, it's not difficult to understand how people are more tense these days...
A simple office discord, or if you're dealing with a psychological issue, can seem like a monstrous obstacle that consumes your thoughts and general mood.
But there's a decoration that could help you feel less stressed and anx... ››› more
The most common and widely available vitamin is also one of most powerful natural cancer-fighting tools at your disposal.
It helps to regulate cell division, which means a lower chance of errors when it comes to cells replicating themselves.
...And thus a lower chance they become mutant and cancerous.
It also regulates the growth and differentiation of tumour cells. Study finds men with ... ››› more
If you like dairy foods - or have increased your intake to help prevent weak bones, it's important that you know that studies have shown a link to prostate cancer from dairy intake.
But it doesn't mean you have to cut out all dairy from your diet... Initially, researchers thought it was calcium that increased risk of prostate cancer...
Early studies cast suspicion on calcium supplements when... ››› more
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