The stench from bad breath is not a very pleasant thing to deal with. Having a heart-to-heart with someone who suffers from bad breath is worse. Unfortunately, they’re often the last ones to know until a kind and brave soul points it out to them.
woman goes through their premenstrual syndromes (PMS) differently. Some
women find it tolerable while others can barely stand having to deal
with their raging hormones. Symptoms may include bloating, acne,
anxiety, depression, digestive upsets, food cravings, headaches and
migraines, swollen and tender breasts, and mood changes.
is a multitude of ways to shed excess weight. It can be done by
incorporating an exercise routine and diet that suits your body and
lifestyle. Here we have the 8-hour diet, which promises to help you lose
weight while allowing you to eat what you want.
You've done more than a thousand crunches. You work out a lot. But you still don't see a washboard stomach in the mirror. You're not alone. Everyone has a six pack under there, and all you need to know is how to get it out.
It's an acquired taste perhaps, but this new study could make you want to try if you never liked it before. According to the new study published in the journal Food Research International, the bean used to make tofu could have powerful anti-cancer properties.
According to research from Penn State University, eating junk food while you are in a bad mood may only make you feel worse. The researchers conducted a study with a group of 131 college age women with high levels of concern about their weight, body shape and patterns of unhealthy eating.
While it's always good to take studies with a pinch of salt, more so when it appears on the Daily Mail, this new study reports that the saturated fat in a cut of beef is actually good for the heart. We've published reports that have otherwise said red meat isn't good for you. Then there's other sorts of studies which say processed meat will kill you. Fast.
The next time you eat a burger, or any processed meat for that matter, remember this article. A new study which involved half a million participants from Europe showed that eating processed meats increased the risk of dying young.