God save scientists, for saving our lives, too. Today we decided to pick the most important of recent health innovations. Some of them may shortly become a part of everyday life! What really impressed us… A pocket gluten detector We already figured out that gluten is bad for quite many of us. This card-deck-size device … Continue reading Top health innovations – 2016
For some of us avoiding gluten is a kind of a trend, others do it to stay healthy and fit, the rest just don’t care. Seems like we need a scientists’ opinion and a proper guide! What is gluten? It is a mixture of elastic proteins that form a stretchy complex. They are present mostly … Continue reading Gluten: avoid it or not?
We’ve all heard that time change effects on the body can be bad. According to a new study, it may cause depression that decreases only within 10 weeks. It gives us an extra hour of sleep, but also an extra hour of darkness. So, how it affects our health? Mind and body time change effects … Continue reading Time change effects and how to deal with it
Energy drink dangers are widely discussed, and are already proved by researchers. They warn that an increased consumption of energy drinks affects health in a negative way, especially among younger people. But why? What are energy drinks? These non-alcoholic beverages first appeared in Japan during the 1960s, and became popular in Europe and America in … Continue reading Energy drink dangers you probably didn’t know about
When you start thinking about sports and nutrition, you read tons of fitness myths that have nothing to do with reality. So, here are some false ideas of what is good for staying fit and healthy. We picked six most popular misconceptions. #1 of fitness myths: More sweat, less fat Many beginners believe that sweating … Continue reading Fitness myths to forget immediately