Month: March 2019

Need More Strength and Energy? Here Are 5 of the Best Iron Sources

Almost a quarter of the world’s population has anemia. Iron deficiency is a condition affecting over a billion people and it can have serious consequences.
Low iron can cause symptoms from low energy levels and high anxiety levels to restless leg syndrome, heart palpitations and increased risk of dangerous infections.
Often causing one to look pale, have brittle skin, nails and hair as well as an increased risk of bruising and injury. There’s a risk of poor work performance and even developmental and cognitive impairment.

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Want to Lose Weight? Here Are the Pros and Cons of Keto Diet

The entirety of the keto diet is based on one concept: getting your body to burn fat instead of carbohydrates. When your body burns fat for energy, it is in a state of ketosis, the namesake of the diet plan. 

Keto diet plans limit the amount of food you eat during a day but also the type. A standard keto diet consists of about seventy to eighty percent fats, fifteen percent protein, and only five percent carbohydrates.

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Want Luscious Locks? Here Are the Best Vitamins for Hair

Men aren’t the only people who worry about their hair thinning. In fact, 40% of women have visible hair loss by the time they’re 40.

Are you included in that percentage? Or perhaps you aren’t there yet, but you want to prevent that from happening by keeping your hair thick and luscious for as long as possible.

The best thing you can do for your hair is to eat a well-balanced diet rich in protein and nutrients.

However, if you want to supplement your diet to give your luscious locks a fighting chance, keep reading. We’re going over the top supplements and vitamins for hair growth and health.

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Smooth Like Silk – A Guide to the Perfect Skin Care Routine!

We all want our skin to look smooth, radiant, and youthful. But sometimes, despite all the TV ads to the contrary, it doesn’t feel like that is so easy to achieve. Skin complaints such as acne, flaky skin, wrinkles and lines, and blemishes are all really common. Up to 50 million americans complain of acne each year. But these common complaints can have a real impact on your self-confidence.

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