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Friday, 26 August 2016

Much of Red Meat and Processed Meat Products are Dangerous: May Reduce Your Lifespan

Some people may be thinking this is another hyped propaganda coming from one of those vegetarian groups who have something to sell; but believe it or not, too much of red meat and especially processed red meat products can certainly cut down your lifespan – experts have confirmed!

Red meat stuff can be tempting, but sometimes harmful

Friday, 19 August 2016

How to Boost Your Eyesight by Eating Nourishing Foods

Researches over the years have proven that eating specific kinds of foods laden with certain vitamins and trace elements can actually boost your eyesight. And so you can actually be eating without your eyes getting the required nutrients they need for optimum performance. Therefore, if you regularly feed on the right stuff you are bound to experience a remarkable difference after a while. These foods abound in our environment, and come in the various forms: vegetables, fruits, nuts, and (oily) fish diets, etc.

Your eyes mean the world to you

Friday, 12 August 2016

Balanced Diet: Making the Most of Natural Living in Wholesome Foods and Drinks

Balanced diet: That term has been with most of us right from when we knew how to read and write, I guess. You also know about nutritious diets. Perhaps the time has come when we will need to re-define the term ‘nutritious’. This has come to mean so many things to so many people, and almost everybody seems to define the term only according to their own whims. What about an ‘exceptionally nutritious meal’? In popular expression we would refer to exceptionally nutritious foods as very rich or sumptuous foods. But, what exactly does this mean; what should we be consuming and drinking?

Staying close to nature

Friday, 5 August 2016

The Importance of Exclusive Breastfeeding: Health of Baby, Mother and Nation

In the days of yore Africans were fully engaged in breastfeeding their newborns so they got the required nutrients and protection from their first diet. Even while growing up as a little child in the village I knew that this practice was almost like a full time career for nursing mothers who diligently fed their babies on breast milk. Some mothers however, due to perhaps lack of a cut out career, overdid the practice such that a little kid could go about playing in the neighbourhood, and suddenly come home to remove his mother’s breast from the bra and begin to suck! It was a common sight.
Proudly breastfeeding