Everyone enjoys eating junk food, for sure. But the question is: Are these healthy enough to eat in large quantities or several times a week? We almost often treat junk food as comfort food— grab a bag a chips while watching your favorite TV series, or fill a bowl with ice cream when one feels upset after a stressful day. Some run to the comfort of chocolates, munching away their sorrow in the sweetness of these sumptuous bars.
Osteoarthritis pertains to the inflammation of joints, causing stiffness and difficulty in movement. This form of inflammation is often observed among the elderly and has caused millions of dollars worth of medical tests and medications. Osteoarthritis has also affects the quality of life of an individual because it decreases one’s capacity to perform routine activities, including the simple of act of walking and standing.
To relieve the symptoms associated with inflammation, over-the-counter drugs such as ibuprofen, naproxen, and paracetamol could …Read more
In the last few decades, the incidence of obesity has increased due to massive production of ready-to-eat food items, as well as the expansion of fast food restaurants. Majority of prepared food items, such as donuts, fruit juices, and cookies, contain added sugars that introduce extra calories to the daily diets. When this …Read more
Our diets consist of many different foods that allow us to indulge in delicious tasty treats every day. Our diets should contain a variety of foods that offer good health benefits but they should also include food that we can savor and enjoy. But how often have you actually thought about where your food comes from? And, have you ever actually thought about the processing and preparing of some of these treats included in our diets that we consider “delectable”? …Read more