A strong immune system helps a person stay healthy by fighting off bacteria and viruses, and in the current situation building one’s immunity is perhaps our best bet against the potentially deadly Covid-19.
Ask yourself this. Is anything worth getting yourself agitated over? Losing your job? Losing your business? Not being able to find a tenant for your house? Not getting the interest rate the bank promised you? Is any of that worth the mental anguish?
Researchers have found that diets high in protein, particularly plant protein, are associated with a lower risk of death from any cause.
This refers to the report ‘Modi calls for strict vigil, says virus needs much more time’ (July 27). As the average daily positive COVID-19 cases have reached almost 50,000,
As we continue to face challenges imposed by the pandemic and with the rise in air, focusing on lung health cannot be emphasised enough.
Australian actress Rebel Wilson reveals she used to have 3,000 calories on most days before she started her weight loss journey.
More than four billion people could be overweight by 2050, with 1.5 billion of them obese, if the current global dietary trend towards processed foods continues.
This connection may explain the high incidence of cancer among those who consume large amounts of dairy products and red meat, similar to the link between high cholesterol and an increased risk of heart disease.
Recent research shows that eating 42.5 grams of almonds each day may help reduce healthcare costs associated with cardiovascular disease.