We often think to get healthier requires so much work and such big changes in our lifestyle that we don’t even try them… it just seems overwhelming. But what if some fairly small changes could have a real positive impact on your health? Might that be a worth a try?
As we age our bodies often undergo muscle loss. That loss also impacts our brains and can lead to issues with memory and cognition. New research has found a nutrient in foods can help. It can also be taken in supplement form.
Wouldn't it be great if snacking on something we love could help reduce our appetite? Well... a study found there is one. This particular food actually helps to stop the vicious cycle of overeating....
Small pockets of fat that give skin an “orange peel” or “cottage cheese” appearance, known as Cellulite, may indicate actual health concerns and not be the “strictly cosmetic” issue many people have long assumed. And one of the causes of cellulite may explain why some people have seen their cellulite reduced when they do this.
We've all heard warnings about the potential health issues connected to some very popular foods. But a recent study found that even 1 slice of one of those popular foods, and only half of another one, could both result in a 44% higher risk of developing dementia. But it was also found that some of the "suspect" foods may actually be protective against dementia.
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