While these colours might evoke memories of the setting sun after a lazy summer day or the warm, inviting water you swam in during your last tropical vacation, the truth is artificial colours and food dyes are not as idyllic as their names imply.
There’s lead in your lipstick and beetles in your blush—and that’s not the worst of it. Considering the average woman eats about 4 pounds of lipstick over the course of her life, it might be time to look into some non-toxic beauty products.
Dating can be challenging at the best of times, but when you’re also devoted to nurturing your health, the social scene can add an extra layer of awkwardness.
Regular, enjoyable sex is a great way to stay both physiologically and psychologically healthy but if you’re thinking of using personal lubricants, you’ll be interested to know that some of the most popular lubricants could actually increase the risk of tissue damage and disease transmission.
Spices naturally enhance the flavour of your food without adding salt, sugar or fat. Once you get the hang of how and when to use them, spices can be the determining factor that turns an everyday meal into a delightful sensory experience.
Making babies is a fun task, and all that trying is a big part of the fun. But what happens when trying takes too long? More couples struggle with fertility these days than ever before, and stats show that couples procreating later in life are only part of the picture.
A new year, a fresh start; primetime to make positive changes to eat more healthily, do more exercise, lose some weight, read more and watch less TV, right? So why is it so hard to eliminate bad habits and get into a new, healthier routine?
Now that the holidays are officially over and we are getting back to the grind, we might find it’s not so easy to get back to our healthy routines. Here are some ways to get the New Year off to an amazing start and get you feeling fresh and healthy in no time!
Have you been to the gym lately? Wow, it’s busy! A lot of people have new weight loss resolutions and while exercise plays an important role so too, does your nutrition.