The Making of Me and You

Our bodies are extraordinary. They contain elements that have a commercial value, megabytes of data, and trillions of cells, most of which aren’t our own. BBC Earth digital interactive details personalised facts. Check mine below then click the link at the bottom of page to create your own.  The animated infographic is educational and cool…

Sitting Too Long is Forth Leading Risk Factor of Death

Why everyday work at the office sitting down, and sitting at dinner, and on the toilet, and in the car, and while watching TV on the couch, and at church, and during dinner while out with friends all combined, will probably kill you early and or bring a stroke, cancer, heart failure, or diabetes quicker than normal.

10 Steps To Younger Face

Fluids  account for 70% of your body, roughly two thirds of your mass is made of water.  Keep drinking eve ry hour because when you aren’t drinking enough your body will take it from parts of your body that is can tap into such as muscles and skin.  When this happens you dry out basically and…

Useful Information | Ten Fruits and Vegetables You’re Storing Wrong

Washington Post By Candy Sagon You bring home fresh fruits and vegetables, stash them in the refrigerator and then wonder what the heck happened to make them shrivel, rot or go limp a few days later. Much of the time, the culprit is the way you’re storing them. To keep your produce fresher longer, remember:…

Dr. Andrew Weil’s Vitamin Library Explains Why We Take Certain Supplements

“Vitamins, minerals and other supplements won’t compensate for a poor diet, but they can help fill nutritional gaps in a good one,” says Dr. Weil. Use this section to learn more about individual vitamins and minerals; why they are necessary in a healthy diet, the best food sources,  the correct dosage for adults and children, and…