The hectic pace of our routines may seem like the perfect excuse to skip or reduce breakfast. However, skipping breakfast is a very unhealthy decision, as this meal should provide us with 25% of our daily energy and nutrients. Do you know what essential nutrients it should include?
The beginning of a new year is always a time for new resolutions. Exercising, eating healthier or quitting smoking are some of the most common ones. Here are some tips that can help you achieve them successfully.
Nutrition performs an important role in the good functioning of our immune system. Certain micronutrients such as copper, zinc, iron, selenium, vitamins A, C, E, B6, B12, or folic acid contribute to having strong defenses.
Sundew (Drosera rotundifolia) has been used since ancient times to treat respiratory pathologies. It is one of the best plants to face episodes of persistent coughs so during these days. The Greek origin of its name, δρόσος [drosos], dew drops, is a representation of its appearance. Do you want to know something else?
Diet and physical exercise are the keys to ensuring the strength and health of our bones. Here are the essentials you need to include in your daily routine and how they can help your locomotive system.
Our locomotive system is the one that enables us to move. The muscular and skeletal systems work synergically to produce movement, but they also support our bodies since they give us the necessary resistance and stability to maintain our position and protect our inner organs.
Excessive consumption of sugar may have a negative impact on our health. You might not be able to resist the temptation of including sugar in your diet, but there are some quite convincing reasons to change your dietary habits and avoid it.
Women’s health is largely determined by their sex. The biological and hormonal changes that occur throughout their lives are determinant and cause certain disorders. Nature offers natural solutions to deal with them.
Echinacea and propolis are the ones we need if we have to look in nature for two essential substances to help our immune system. They are two natural solutions that stand out for their antimicrobial and immunostimulant effects and that we cannot miss in our winter first-aid kit.
Vulvovaginal candidiasis is the second most common cause of vaginal infection and affects mainly women between the ages of 20 and 45. Although it is not a severe infection in healthy women, it can become serious. Its symptoms (itching, burning and irritation) can be very uncomfortable and have an impact on quality of life.