One of the challenging aspects of losing weight is cutting back on calories. Many low-calorie foods can leave you feeling hungry, making it more tempting to overeat and indulge. Thankfully, there are plenty of healthy foods out there that are filling, . . .
What is Earl Grey tea? Earl Grey tea is a tea that is infused with bergamot. To produce Earl Grey tea, the rind of bergamot orange is usually cold pressed to produce bergamot oil extract. This fragrant oil is then added to the tea leaves. Another method . . .
When you always feel tired, you may find it harder to concentrate on tasks, your level of frustration may rise, and you may not be as productive as you used to be. Sometimes the cause of persistent fatigue is obvious; other times, not so. Being energetic . . .
The word “health” came from the Old English word “hælth”, which means “wholeness”. If you are healthy, you are “whole” in every sense of the word. Good health is essential to living a longer and happier life. In this article, . . .
Your body type and shape are largely dependent on your genes. Body types can be classified into three main categories: ectomorph, mesomorph, and endomorph. If you are curious which sports are best for you, knowing your body type may become an important . . .
Almonds are the seeds of the Prunus dulcis (almond tree). Although native to the Middle East, the world’s largest producer of almonds is the United States. Usually, the almonds you can find in stores have the shell removed, revealing the edible . . .
Why is knowing how to boost your immune system important? A new disease, Coronavirus Disease 2019 or COVID-19 (caused by the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 or SARS-CoV-2 virus strain) recently became the top headline on practically . . .
Tobacco smoke is harmful to your health. Cigarettes contain about 600 ingredients. When they burn, these ingredients generate over 7,000 chemicals. Many of these chemicals are poisonous and at least 69 are linked to cancer. The substances inhaled don’t . . .
Tea is a beverage commonly prepared by pouring hot water over cured leaves of the Camellia sinensis, a plant native to East Asia. It originated in China during the Shang dynasty, where it was considered a medicinal drink. Together, China and India . . .