How Modern Life Affects Our Health

A modern lifestyle is usually associated with the constant need to rush and hurry as well as the regular technological advancements. What’s more, there’s a lot more need for workers who will deal with the digital aspect of our reality. In that respect, the majority of office jobs these days require employees to spend most of their time in front of computer screens.
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Why Diets Don’t Work, and the Lifestyle Change You Should Make Instead

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According to research, a huge percentage of dieters will return to their original weight after a year or two of changing their eating habits. While we all want to lose weight and get the body of our dreams, the truth is that reducing the amount you eat or handing the health of your body over to some random dieting fad might not be the right way to go about getting real results.
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Net Nutrition: 4 Tips for a Nutrient-Rich Diet

Hippocrates famously said, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” That sentiment is especially true today. We live in a world with an interesting combination of food choices. On one hand, we have access to food that is some of the unhealthiest, most processed garbage in the history of humanity, and on the other, we have access to a more diverse range of food choices, extracts and supplements than ever before. The key to good health and long life really is through nutrition as long as you understand how to take full advantage of what’s out there.

Raw or Cooked Right

Raw diets are all the rage right now because there is this idea that cooking destroys nutrients. Unfortunately, that is an oversimplification. It is true that some foods are best eaten raw, but many other foods are best eaten cooked because heat activates the nutrients in them and makes those nutrients more available to the body. Let’s face it, cooking also tends to make healthy food more appetizing. Actually eating the food is priority number one, so prepare it in a way you’ll enjoy it while keeping the following in mind.

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Anemia and Diet

Guest post contributed by Sagar

Anemia is a condition that is caused by a decreased amount of red blood cells or hemoglobin in the body. The function of hemoglobin is to transport oxygen to the tissues and organs of the body, and any condition leading to a decreased amount of hemoglobin will result in reduced oxygen transport to, and decreased functioning of, the organs.
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Have A Special Diet? 4 Ways To Ensure Your Body Is Getting What It Needs

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Individuals who have medical conditions are often required to be on special diets. These diets help them to manage symptoms from digestive problems, kidney problems, blood sugar fluctuations and other issues. However, sometimes being on a special diet can mean you don’t get all the nutrients you need to keep you healthy. Your physician may recommend a number of other measures to make sure you’re getting the vitamins and minerals required for overall good health. Here are a few options for ensuring good nutrition when you are on a special diet. Continue reading “Have A Special Diet? 4 Ways To Ensure Your Body Is Getting What It Needs”