Heart disease is no longer the leading cause of death in rich countries – now it is cancer that could become the world’s biggest killer in just a few decades if current trends continue, scientists warn. The scientists said they provided evidence of new global epidemiological transitions between different types of chronic diseases. While cardiovascular…

Antioxidant-rich foods are a total hit, but we need other nutrients for good nutrition. Here’s what you need to have on your menu regularly. We use our eyes every moment in an awake state, but very often we do not pay attention to eye health until we notice a problem. Here’s what you need to…

Apple vinegar can help you lose weight, but no one mentions the side effects of overuse. Apple vinegar is not a magical elixir that can solve health problems. Many celebrities believe that apple cider vinegar helps them lose weight, but no one tells what digestive problems can cause. Stomach problems Because apple cider vinegar is…

Healthy and balanced eating at work is difficult for many. Limited break times, fast lifestyles are the reasons why people choose fast food full of fat and calories. The Guardian released a list of tips, including: “Choose your food carefully, do not eat on the desk and try to burn calories right away.” Prepare your…

If you want to be in shape and not to worry about extra pounds you should swap all your unhealthy meals with healthy ones. Irrespective whether you are at home, on the job or university, don’t try to reach for the unhealthy packaged food full of calories. Instead you should prepare your own meal which…

Dry figs are a great source of minerals, vitamins and antioxidants and they can be store to up to 6 months. They are full with minerals and vitamins whilst fresh ones are full of enzymes and antioxidants. You can eat the entire fig. From the outer layer to the sweet internal layer and small seeds.…

Dog owners have a healthier heart than other people because they are often out and about. “People who keep a dog have a better diet and are less likely to have diabetes,” says a study conducted at St. Anne’s University Hospital. The study involved 2,000 adults, assessing their cardiovascular health based on body mass index,…