6 morning habits of healthy and happy people


For many, the morning begins in a hurry. First, we turn off the alarm several times, then run around the house, trying to pack up. In such a hurry, we forget to do something, and sometimes we deliberately do not do something, because there is no time. You may not be surprised at the fact that healthy and happy people enjoy their morning. They wake up with the sun and look at a day full of possibilities with joy. And these are 6 habits that are typical for such people.


15 Oct 2019

6 styles of yoga for a different pace of practice


At the heart of each style is a philosophy of leading a happy life and love for everyone. Choose one of six styles that is closer to you in spirit and get to know your body and this philosophy.


13 Oct 2019

Vitamin D Supplements Won’t Help Prevent Disease: Review


amazing_vitamin_d_s10_vitamin_d_supplementsLow levels of vitamin D have been implicated as a potential cause of diseases ranging from cancer to diabetes. Now an extensive review suggests it’s really the other way around: Low levels of the “sunshine vitamin” are more likely a consequence — not a cause — of illness.

In their review of almost 500 studies, the researchers found conflicting results. Observational studies…

12 Oct 2019

Guavas Good For Health


guava-nutrition-factsIf pineapple is known as the “king” of fruits, guava is considered the queen. Thought to be native to southern Central America and Mexico where it’s been a major crop for centuries, guavas are members of the myrtle and eucalyptus family, growing throughout the tropics on small trees with smooth, copper-colored bark.

Another type, Psidium cattleianum, grown in flower and foliage gardens, is not for eating. Soft, sweet, and fragrant when ripe, guavas are small and round or oval, with varying…

30 Jun 2018

The Hallelujah Diet


the_hallelujah_dietThe Hallelujah Diet is an eating and lifestyle plan based on the following passage from the Bible:

“And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb and bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat.” — Genesis 1:29…

19 Apr 2018

Daily Walking Benefits Those with Lung Disease and Cuts Stroke Risk. Here’s How to Optimize Your Benefits from Walking


hqdefaultPosture and proper body mechanics is equally important when you’re moving about. Simply walking has been found to have significant health benefits, including the reduction of severe attacks associated with lung disease, and a reduced risk of stroke—both of which I’ll discuss in a moment.

Walking correctly can only add to such benefits. In the video above, Esther Gokhale teaches several components of her Gokhale Method…

30 Mar 2018

Grapefruit Good For Health


grape-fruit-nutrition-factsIf you’re looking for a juicy burst of flavor that’s as refreshing as anything you’ll ever eat, grapefruits certainly deliver. Large in comparison to other citrus fruits, grapefruits could be described as mouth-wateringly tart with a hint of sweetness – somewhere between a lemon and an orange.

Grapefruits are tasty all by themselves or added to any type of fruit or green salad. They’re also a unique and delicious addition to salsa…

03 Feb 2018

Benefits Of Jujubes


jujubes-nutrition-factsJujubes are a very interesting fruit with an even more interesting history. From the Rhamnaceae or Buckthorn botanical family, they’ve been cultivated in China for more than 4,000 years. There are at least 400 jujube varieties, successfully developed for their distinctive characteristics – principally varieties best for eating fresh and others for drying to attain a chewy, date-like consistency.

While jujube trees are extremely hardy and can flourish in even extreme temperatures with as little as eight inches of rainfall a year, they prefer sunny over shady areas…

12 Jan 2018

Benefits Of Kale Good


kale-nutrition-factsThriving even in frost, kale is an easy-to-grow green that keeps on giving: cut the smaller, paler green leaves to anchor or mix into fresh garden salad; use the larger, dark greens for stir-fries, pizza topping, or soup, while the plant keeps right on growing.

One variety is known as dinosaur kale in Tuscan regions for its glossy, crinkly, green-to-violet-colored leaves. Kale has a relatively short life…

18 Nov 2017

Mediterranean Diet Alone May Lower Diabetes Risk


blood-sugar-testAdults at risk for heart disease who eat a Mediterranean diet rich in olive oil can lower their chances of developing diabetes, even without restricting calories or boosting exercise, new research suggests.

In the study, Spanish researchers followed more than 3,500 older adults at high risk of heart disease. The researchers assigned them to one of three groups: a Mediterranean diet with extra-virgin olive oil…

09 Nov 2017