Articles about health
Many suggest that yoga has health benefits but what are they and how can you apply them in your life? Yoga is an meditative exercise that has been around for thousands of years. Before finding a home in the U.S. at swanky health clubs and school gym classes, yoga was practiced in India during the Golden Age.
From placenta cocktails to lasagnas I can't help but question why placenta eating is getting so popular among young mothers. For those who don't know where I'm coming from: the placenta is the organ that attaches itself to the developing fetus within the mother's womb and acts as a bridge between developing fetal tissue and the uterine wall. The placenta delivers nutrients to the fetus and also removes waste. In addition to delivering a baby, a woman will also deliver the placenta afterwards. Lately many woman are asking to keep their afterbirth to eat later in a casserole or have processed into capsules for the rumored health benefits. But where did this idea come from, are there health benefits to eating your own placenta and if so, how do you do it?
If you're reading this chances are you are sitting at your desk or couch wanting to lose some weight this year. You've come to the right place as I have already learned the secrets to healthy and quick weight loss in 2011. Follow these simple tips in 2012 to see the scale slide and say hello to a new, healthier, fitter, you!
On my search to becoming healthy, I realized that you can eat healthy while eating fast food. Not only are healthy alternatives in style right now, they're in demand. The key to eating healthy at fast food restaurants is calorie control and smaller portion choices. The other biggest factor in eating healthy at fast food restaurants is eliminating surgery drinks. Whether you love Burger King, McDonalds, or Taco Bell, read on to find out how you can eat right at all of your favorite places and lose weight.
Chances are if you are reading this article you are considering a tattoo in the future. Whether you're attracted to the bad ass arm bands or girlie butterflies - all tattoos are going to hurt. No matter how you describe getting a tattoo one has to remember that a needle is piercing the skin at 50-30,000 times per minute according to Discovery Health and depositing ink under the epidermis into the dermis. Read on to find out which tattoos hurt the worst.