You have probably heard of intuitive nutrition which helped many people to lose weight without strict diets, and to love both their bodies and food. So, we decided to tell more about this way of conscious eating. How it works? Is it safe? Will it help? Does it fit everybody? What do scientists and doctors … Continue reading Intuitive nutrition: Why should we choose mindful eating
We’re sure that the concept of the expiration date is familiar to everybody. Still, there are some shelf life rules for foods, medicines and cosmetics you might not know. So, is it possible to take expired medications? When it is better to throw out cosmetics? Could you store foods more than it’s written on labels? … Continue reading Shelf life rules for foods, medicines and cosmetics
Let us find all the truth about so-called probiotics, duration of treatment with antibiotics, and their compatibility with alcohol. First, mind that these 10 common antibiotic myths might affect the treatment. Spoiler: certain suberbugs can actually resist such drugs, and antibiotics cannot actually cure common flu. Just mind that some misconceptions may make these effective … Continue reading 10 common antibiotic myths that affect treatment
Who should really avoid gluten and lactose, and why preventive exclusion of these products fits a few? Today we’re talking about food intolerance. Its symptoms include increased fatigue, skin itching, bloating and abdominal pain after eating. Let’s define, why it happens, and how to cope with it. Food intolerance vs allergy The symptoms of allergy … Continue reading Food intolerance: Who should avoid gluten and lactose
You’ve probably heard that intermittent fasting leads to weight loss, increased energy and some other certain health benefits. But is it true? We’ve got fasting pros and cons for you! How intermittent fasting works? Historically, the rejection of food has often been associated with religion. Also, fasting was prescribed by doctors in Ancient Greece, Rome and … Continue reading Fasting pros and cons: How it works, and can it be curative?