Do not skip breakfast. Eating breakfast stimulates your metabolism. Breakfast also leads to better blood sugar control after lunch. But it doesn’t happen when you skip your morning meal. Eat rich in fiber foods. Dietary fiber helps you stay full longer, it digest slowly to keep our blood sugar from spiking suddenly. So, sources rich
Vitamin D is a very special vitamin, which was identified in the early twentieth century. Apart from its fundamental role in protecting and strengthening the bones, it has a unique aspect as a nutrient: it can be synthesized by the human body through sunlight. This facilitates its absorption in hot and sunny climates and tends
Covid-19 has changed many of our habits forcefully, but some of them are here to stay. This is the case of telecommuting or working from home, a modality that has incorporated hundreds of thousands of people around the world and will probably experience an increase in numbers. How do you make this compatible with a
Creating a healthy fridge and pantry is the first step towards watching your weight and boasting a healthy lifestyle. That’s why we should always try to avoid storing foods that can make us give into temptation, thereby skipping our regular healthy habits and ultimately ruining our six-pack and hips. The fridge of a fitness enthusiast
WHAT IS THERE TO KNOW ABOUT SLEEPING? Having a “siesta” or being able to nod off throughout the day isn’t a good thing. This means we have an issue with getting a desirable sleep or in other words, we may be able to nod off whenever but our rest will be full of interruptions and
YOU MIGHT be right to think that “my friends’ friends are my friends too”, but make no mistake of it: you’d be wrong to apply this logic to “the medicines my neighbour takes will work for me too” – in fact, they could actually be very harmful. Self-medication can be defined as taking medicines that
The collaborator of our journal in health, Dr. Alfonso Morán, tells us in this article of our magazine the keys to identify a hypoglycemia (lowering of blood glucose) and how to act when we meet an individual with this problem.