For a change, how about some Positive News.
Everybody is talking about calories. How many are there in this cheeseburger and how many if you take out the cheese? Because talking about calories comes together with talking about body weight. How many calories is too many and will it result in excess weight? Or how many calories do you need to cut in order to lose weight?
Source: Red Orbit
Date posted: 24/04/2020
If there is any good news about COVID-19, it is perhaps that the illness is not always severe or fatal. From what we know so far, the CDC reports that close to 80% appear to be mild to moderate. But, since patients’ experiences of COVID-19 vary widely – from no symptoms at all to life-threatening – it can be hard to know what experts mean when they say “mild.”
Source: Web MD
Date posted: 22/04/2020
The coronavirus that causes COVID-19 mainly spreads from person to person. When someone who is infected coughs or sneezes, they send droplets containing the virus into the air. A healthy person can then breathe in those droplets. You can also catch the virus if you touch a surface or object that has the virus on it and then touch your mouth, nose, or eyes.
Source: Web MD
Date posted: 21/04/2020
What would happen to your gut if you drank a glass of celery juice everyday for a month? It’s not a question that everyone asks, but is one that Ash M. of FitnessVolt.com answered. Inspired by Anthony Williams’ glowing praise of celery juice, Olivia decided to give the “ powerhouse of a drink ” a shot. By the end, Olivia found herself feeling better in more ways than one.
Source: Rise Earth
Date posted: 20/04/2020
Imagine a child who could have over 13 IQ points higher intelligence from a simple change in the pregnant mother: welcome to iodine deficiency. In the worst regions of the world a simple iodine supplement could raise the IQ of children by a standard deviation (a lot!) when given to the pregnant mother . This is the lowest hanging fruit… …but plenty of healthy adults struggle with iodine deficiency as well.
Date posted: 19/04/2020
A study suggests that small amounts of resveratrol, which red wine contains, could replicate estrogen’s health benefits. These include protection against metabolic diseases and cognitive decline. Large amounts, however, may have the opposite effect.
Source: Medical News Today
Date posted: 17/04/2020
Social distancing and quarantines don't mean you have to live on canned soup alone. Welcome to the new coronavirus kitchen. Many of us have practice in stocking up for storms and such, but the pandemic pantry is a slightly different animal.
Date posted: 15/04/2020
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