Have you been feeling a little down in the dumps? Are your muscles hurting, or is your body just being generally fatigued and uncooperative, making you miss out on things you enjoy like playing at an online casino, going for a walk or hitting the gym? Or does your brain feel like it might be grossly short of needed essential magnesium, phosphate and calcium? Yes, you are suffering from a vitamin D deficiency, and chances are you’re not particularly happy about it. [Read more…]
For generations, Americans and people around the world have referred to food pyramids in order to balance out their meals. The Harvard School of Public Health has designed the Healthy Eating Pyramid and the Healthy Eating Plate, two complementary guides to which to refer for a healthier lifestyle.
The pyramid serves as a basic grocery list for anyone trying to eat healthier. Each week should see vegetables, fruits, whole grains, healthy oils, and healthy proteins (nuts, beans, chicken, fish) with perhaps some yogurt or milk added in. [Read more…]
One London café has created the ultimate millennial mash-up by combining two of your favourite pastimes – taking selfies and drinking coffee. The Tea Terrace at House of Fraser is home to the most Instagram-worthy beverage making the rounds on social media. [Read more…]
Michael Phelps famously claimed to eat 12,000 calories a day in the lead-up to big events, though he later admitted the amount he consumed was “only” between 8,000 and 10,000 calories in 24 hours. This is still far more than the average person consumes, or needs to consume, but is it average for athletes at Phelps’ elite level? What do pros like the medallists we just watched at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang need to perform at their best? [Read more…]
Feeling gastronomically adventurous? Try these foods out when you travel… [Read more…]