So, vitamins are really important, but what about minerals? We hope this minerals guide will be helpful for you, too. You know, these two are like brothers! Minerals guide, pt. 1: overview While vitamins are organic (containing carbon) substances, minerals are inorganic ones. There are two groups of minerals: macrominerals and trace minerals. We need … Continue reading Minerals guide for healthier life
We already picked healthy foods full of minerals and vitamins, but that’s not enough. Here’s the vitamins guide. How they affect our bodies? Are they really important? How much do we need? Where should we get ’em? Vitamins guide, pt. 1: overview There are 13 essential vitamins. And two types of them: fat-soluble and water-soluble. … Continue reading The ultimate vitamins guide
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?
Managing allergies in most cases is not that difficult. Just imagine how many people all over the world do that! According to statistics, about 7.8% of adults in the U.S. have hay fever. Worldwide, allergic rhinitis affects between 10% and 30% of the population. About 8% of children have a food allergy. Other statistics is … Continue reading Managing allergies: tips and tricks
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