Consider this the next time you're about to flush - you may be sending important health information down the toilet. And that's why I recommend you give your urine a little more respect.
You see changes in your urine - its colour, odour and consistency - can provide important clues about the health of your body. Your urine can reveal what you've been eating, how much you've been drinking and wh... ››› more
Compared to non-coffee drinkers, those who drink more than three cups a day can keep liver problems at bay, say experts.
A meta analysis study confirmed that if you drink more than three cups of coffee every day, your risk of developing liver cancer decreases by a staggering 36%. But there's still hope if you only enjoy a seldom cup of coffee. Your risk is 28% lower compared to those who neve... ››› more
Not only is exercise good to get your blood flowing and transporting all the toxins and waste products from your body, it's a way of really taking your general health up a notch.
Don't worry, you don't have to start running marathons or weight train like a professional. There's a much more simple way to get your blood flowing to help with your liver problems.
And it's by doing yoga.
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Your liver plays such an important function in your body and if you don't take care of it you'll soon notice a decline in your health.
One of the biggest functions of your liver is to process fats. Either converting them so your body can use them for energy or making it available for storage.
But if you have liver problems and you keep eating fatty foods, you're going to feel pretty lous... ››› more
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