Focus28 Diet Blog: Miscellaneous
Edema is the uncomfortable swelling, or retention of water that occurs primarily in your feet, ankles, and hands during pregnancy. As long as there's no increase in blood pressure or protein in the urine, edema is normal and unfortunately tends to get w
A beautiful sunny day in the ultimate motivation to go outside and play, but the summer sun and exercise can be a risky combination. Here are 5 tips for enjoying a safe, summer exercise program.
Enjoying an extra cup or two of coffee in the morning has a surprising benefit: It will help you live longer, say researchers at the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, Maryland.
Studies confirm that cherries anti-inflammatory powers rival those of pain medications like aspirin.
Then, Eat Eggs. One in five women is hit with major mood fluxes during menopause. The
The thought of switching to decaf has been known to strike fear into the hearts of high-octane coffee lovers. But sometimes you don't have a choice, especially if it's late in the afternoon and you really don't want to scarf another dose of caffeine.
Canned Orange Juice from frozen concentrate may not have the appeal of a
premium jug, but according to the Journal of Nutrition Research, it may be
healthier. Made with the whole fruit (including the peel), it contains more
hesperidin, a potent antioxi
Yes it can! In recent scientific studies, acne patients who had a yogurt drink
enriched with 200mg. of lactoferrin daily (a milk protein available in the
supplement Praventin), had fewer breakouts and less oily skin than
patients in a control group
Eating genetically modified corn could make you fat and lead to obesity,
according to new research. Scientists found that rats fed GM corn for three
months ate slightly more (and grew slightly bigger) than a group fed
tists found that people who slept 5 hours or less a night were 32% more likely to pack on major pounds than those who dozed a full 7 hours.