When it comes to fruits and vegetables, more is better. Harvard University performed a meta-analysis and found that people who ate over five servings of fruits and vegetables per day had a 20 percent lower risk of stroke and coronary heart disease than people who ate less than three servings. Fruits and vegetables contain antioxidants, which are molecules that fight against free radicals that would otherwise lead to oxidative stress, a risk factor for cardiovascular disease. Color your plate with a variety of fruits and vegetables to take advantage of their heart-healthy benefits.
For those sensitive to pollen, summer is not the most cloudlessly happy time of the year. The allergic symptoms are sometimes so severe that it disturbs everyday life and tasks. We all know someone who is affected by pollen and suffers from the allergic reactions of itchy and watery eyes, constant sneezing and a stuffy nose.
How can we protect sensitive skin from the sun? These tipps by Swiss Clinic dermatologist specialist, dr Lilla Tihanyi can help you find ways to enjoy the summer sun even if you have sensitive skin with moles or freckles.
Energy drinks are in fashion. Energy drinks are especially consumed by the young and dynamic adults. Caffeine, taurine and guarana are among the most regularly used stimulating agents found in energy drinks.