We all know that some foods are not good for our body, especially if you are a breastfeeding mom. We are adult and our bodies are stronger, and sometimes we didn’t even notice bad effect, but babies can feel them all. Some infants become too nervous or feel discomfort in their stomach. You must always pay attention to what you eat, because some foods can cause allergy in your baby. Take a look at the list of foods you should avoid when breastfeeding
If you want to have a beautiful and healthy hair during your pregnancy, these hair care tips are well worth following. When you are pregnant, your hair can behave in strange ways, and can be hard to cope with. After delivery, it can be even more annoying to deal with your hair. Here are a few tips on how to take care of your hair during pregnancy.
Including fruit and vegetable juices as a part of your diet will not only promote good health but will also help you to effectively lose a few pounds. Vegetable juices work better for weight loss than fruit-based juices as they offer all the essential nutrients with less sugar and fewer calories. Here are a few juices you can try to achieve your weight loss targets much quicker and in the healthiest possible way.
Experts answer the great exercise question of our time
Short answer: Both.
Long answer: How and when to fuel your body is the same for all exercisers to some extent, but your routine may warrant a few nutritional tweaks, says Dr. Nancy Cohen, head of the department of nutrition at the University of Massachusetts.
It can seem to be a little frustrating for you if your home pregnancy test kit shows no result, despite experiencing some of the early pregnancy symptoms. While nobody knows the right way to make you pregnant, a lot depends on your lifestyle habits and health status. In fact, the entire process of trying for a baby is a trial and error method. However, here are a few tips that could help you conceive soon.
It’s more than a diet; it’s a way of life. Just ask a Paleo person.
The Paleo premise seems tantalizingly sensical: For hundreds of thousands of years, human beings ate and lived in ways that bear little resemblance to our modern modes of existence. It stands to reason that our bodies and minds haven’t had time to adapt, and that the unhappy consequences are stress, obesity, disease and a general feeling that, well, our primitive ways were probably preferable.
First step: start today
If, despite every intention of balance and moderation you completely overindulged on Thanksgiving, don’t panic. While a gluttonous holiday may leave you feeling sluggish and heavy, the truth is that a handful of simple strategies can help you undo the damage and get back on track fast. Here are six tried and true steps to help you lighten up, and get those uncomfortably tight jeans feeling loose again.
Take a second and look at your skin from head to toe. What do you see? Many people observe wrinkles, acne, eczema, uneven rough skin or rosacea. Although these are all conditions we wish to live without, they’re also gentle whispers of the body telling us there’s an imbalance going on inside that needs to be addressed, so they shouldn’t be ignored.
Life would be so simple if there weren’t so many holidays (and office parties, and potlucks, and gift exchanges, etc.) squeezed into such a short period of time. Of course, it’s not a celebration without loads of booze and copious amounts of dessert, and your fridge practically stocks itself with leftovers. To avoid leftover weight come January, use these tricks to keep your diet on track.
Festive foods taste insanely amazing for a reason: They’re fully loaded with your tastebuds’ favorite ingredients: fat and sugar. While precise calorie counts vary widely based on specific family recipes (and exactly how much your grandma force-feeds you), you’d be smart to go easy on these notoriously heavy holiday foods, which can contain nearly a meal’s worth of calories or more. (Or? Say the hell with it, and reach for these foods first! After all, it’s only once a year.)
That’s not all you ordered, right?
Christmas time is notorious for fattening habits. We eat too much of the wrong stuff and stop moving. Exercise plans disintegrate as the weather gets cold, and salads are replaced by comfort food. You don’t have to give up all the Christmas parties and tasty treats to stay fit, but it will take some work and sacrifice. Use these ten ideas to stay fit this Christmas while still enjoying the holiday season.
Although many people diet to lose weight, a new study reveals the benefit that it could have on aging and memory.
Anti-aging products are big business. There are creams, drops, serums, and pills marketed with the overarching promise younger-looking skin and less wrinkles. But what if we told you that you may not need any of those things to look and feel years younger? A new study reveals that reducing calorie intake could help slow aging. Before you start searching the inter webs for a new dieting plan, there’s more to the story.