Imagine enjoying your favourite curry dish, knowing it's going to fill you up, leave a warm sensation in your tummy and ease your joint pain too.
You read that right!
In fact, you don't even have to imagine it, because you can TRY it!
Experts reveal there's such fantastic anti-inflammatory compounds in the spice used to make curry that you can literally eat your pain away!
Here's h... ››› more
Many women choose to drink decaf over regular coffee because it's implied health benefits.
Experts claim it can improve your heart health, lower your risk of gout and keep your blood sugar under control. But they didn't say whether these risks were lower in men or women.
It's important to know, because studies show that, as a woman, drinking decaf can wreck your joints.
So, if you th... ››› more
If the first thing you do in the morning before you can even string a sentence together is to have a cup of coffee, you're in luck.
While you might be over the guilt that drinking coffee is a bad habit, you're still not 100% sure how good it is for you.
But trust us when we say there's a long list of health benefits in the caffeine in your coffee.
One thing you may not have known about... ››› more
One of the main causes of bad breath, or halitosis, are the tiny particles of food left in your mouth after your eat. These particles stick between your teeth and the bacteria in your mouth break them down. It's this breaking down that causes bad breath.
But it's hard to find the time to brush your teeth every time you eat. Luckily, Mother Nature has the perfect solution! She's provided you wi... ››› more
If your doctor hasn't been able to tell you what the cause of the constant ringing in your ears is, or he hasn't been able to tell you how to stop it, you're probably desperate for some help.
Unfortunately, a doctor may offer you no hope of relief, but in truth, there's something you can do about it.
While these four ways of helping you cope with your tinnitus won't make it go away complet... ››› more
Many factors can cause your eyes to become dry and irritated. From fatigue to the weather to issues causing your oil and tear ducts to block thereby limiting the amount of moisture let into the eye.
Whatever the cause, starting your day off with irritated eyes isn't fun at all. It makes you want to climb back into bed and rest your eyes some more.
For many of us that's not possible, so you... ››› more
Don't be too quick to reach for the laxatives when you have a bout of severe constipation, warn experts. Using these products too often can actually harm you more than help you, they say.
It's because they can actually cause the gut to become lazy over time. You see, if there are compounds that cause the food to soften and become easy to eliminate, your bowels don't have to do much work anymo... ››› more
You might have read everything there is to about irritable bowel disease (IBS) and this can make taking care of your symptoms feel overwhelming. After all, everyone's body is different and what works for one person might not necessarily work for another.
Similarly, one article might tell you to avoid certain foods, while another tells you to eat them to control your symptoms.
That's why ... ››› more
It always seems like a tummy bug hits you when you either have a lot to do, have plans to go out or are having people over to visit.
And there's nothing worse than not knowing whether there will be a toilet close by or for how long you'll be unavailable because you'll be bonding with the bathroom. Sadly, there's no quick fix and you'll probably have to reschedule.
Truthfully, it's best to... ››› more
There's been much debate about cranberry juice and health. Especially whether it's really effective against treating and preventing chronic bladder infections.
Well, the verdict is out!
Researchers at the National Taiwan University went through all the research, looking at 13 previous studies and came up with these results:
· 38% of people who drink cranberry juice have a low... ››› more
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