What if I told you that it’s possible to ensure a positive outlook on a whole day with a few simple actions in the morning? There’s nothing worse than waking up on the wrong side of the bed. Of course, this is just an expression but some days it does seem like things go wrong from the moment we wake up to the moment we go to bed. It could be the lack of sleep, stress, or a simply bad luck, but there are also
Eating ice cream for breakfast can make us smarter, according to a recent study. Every day we read new interesting facts, tips, and tricks about eating breakfast. Some of this news surprise us, some frighten us, while some of them make us laugh. This could be the best news you’ve heard about having breakfast in a long time. In addition, you will want to repeat your breakfast today with some changes or you will hardly wait for tomorrow. According to a recent survey highlighted in
You might think you eat breakfast at the right time, but waiting until you get to work to eat your breakfast or eating it on the train is too late for your body. It's vital that you eat your breakfast within an hour of waking up for a number of reasons. There may be a number of reasons why you don't manage to fit breakfast into your daily routine, such as rushing off to work or not waking up as hungry as you'd like to
Did you know that factors that appear to be indirectly related to your brain can, in fact, directly affect the function of your most vital organ? Studies have shown that everyday habits like not eating the right foods or not talking enough can affect your brain in the long term. Here are five everyday habits that are bad for your brain: 1. Not Eating Breakfast Not eating breakfast leads to low blood sugar, this means your brain will have insufficient nutrients to function, which in turn
New research has found that more than half of some of the most popular rice cereal products exceed proposed new limits for arsenic. Although there are strict limits for the amount of arsenic level allowed in water, there are currently no maximum levels in food - and now some scientists are speaking out as they are concerned about the effects of long-term exposure. In November 2012, Consumer Reports magazine published "Arsenic in Your Food," a report on arsenic in rice and foods made from rice.