Health & Wellbeing

The way in which your body changes calories into energy has a big influence on your weight The way in which people gain or lose weight is different for everyone. Each human being reacts in a different way to the food and drink they consume, and also to exercise. Why? Because everyone has a different metabolism and, really, it’s that that counts. There are people who eat anything and everything and don’t put on weight. Others don’t eat much but can’t seem to manage to lower their body fat percentage. Let’s have a look at metabolism and how it works.…

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There are a lot of mums with plenty of questions about how best to take care of their children’s teeth and how to promote healthy dental daily habits. Good dental hygiene should start before the baby’s first teeth start to come through. A gum massager should be used from early on, or a clean, damp gauze or wet-wipe Once the first teeth start to appear, they should be brushed three times a day, with a soft toothbrush, so as not to hurt the child. Milk teeth should be taken care of in the same way as permanent ones. Although they…

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It’s pretty normal for people to say this, after having made a series of gastronomic and physical ‘sacrifices’. Well, first of all you need to understand that losing weight means losing body fat (fat%), and not just weighing less on the scales If you’re trying to lose weight, stay away from quick-fix miracle solutions. The right way to go about it is with dietary re-education; this means never cut out entire nutritional groups from your meals, like carbohydrates or proteins. It’s plain wrong! In fact, it’ll result in a nutritional deficiency. What you should do is reduce your calorie intake,…

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This expression symbolizes the importance of keeping mind and body, both healthy. It results in physical and mental well-being. We must pay attention to the existing link between body and mind Physical activity is one of the best ways to boost your brain. A person who has regularly workout routine thinks faster and may learning and memorize easily. The exercises, done in a disciplined way, helps to fight against degenerative diseases of the brain like, for example, Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease, and contribute to reducing the risk of stroke (CVA). Furthermore, due to the effect of natural proteins that…

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Owing to genetic and hormonal factors, the accumulation of fat can appear in various parts of the body from an early age. Learn how to combat this old adversary Saddlebags refers to the accumulation of body fat on the hips and thighs brought about by genetic factors and the effect of female hormones, and can in fact even affect thin women. Saddlebags can also begin to form during adolescence. Losing unwanted fat in this region is not easy. It requires a lot of discipline and a combination of aerobic exercise and the overall strengthening of the hips. The best exercises…

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It’s a habit that few people have, but the truth is that starting the day with only water can indeed bring benefits to your health More than 70% of the body is made up of water, so the daily replenishment of this liquid is very important. Water works as the body’s principal solvent. It performs essential chemical reactions and guarantees the balance and maintenance of physical and biological functions. Drinking water immediately after waking up not only hydrates the body, but activates the intestines and improves their overall performance. It also keeps the brain active as well hydrated cells receive oxygenated…

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