Following a consistent exercise regimen is one of the best investments you can make for your health. Once your body has adapted to a new healthier way of eating, you may notice increased energy levels and fewer aches and pains. This is the perfect time to begin incorporating an exercise program into your lifestyle.More
Many people seem to mistakenly believe that wheat intolerance (also called gluten sensitivity) and celiac disease are the same thing. Many more believe that gluten sensitivity simply does not exist. However, gluten sensitivity is a very real problem, and doctors are only beginning to understand it. This type of sensitivity is formally called non-celiac gluten sensitivity, and Beyond Celiac estimates that around 18 million Americans suffer from this condition.
Gluten sensitivity differs from a wheat allergy in that a person’s immune system is not activated and that symptoms are often less severe. Celiac disease is also different from this type of sensitivity. Celiac disease is a much more severe autoimmune disorder that damages the small intestine and can be triggered by gluten. However, as mentioned previously, you do not have to have celiac disease to be sensitive to gluten. It can be hard to self-diagnose non-celiac gluten sensitivity, so you should always talk to your doctor about any symptoms you might be experiencing, but there are some things you can watch out for.
Not everyone is blessed with a flat, drum-tight belly. For some people, it’s common to hear “when are you due?” or to go up 3 trouser sizes in a single day. If feeling bloated, uncomfortably full or gassy is becoming a problem for you, you might start to wonder what on earth is going on with your body. Luckily this health issue isn’t just a random curse. Here are 7 likely reasons you’re bloated right now.
Bloating is essentially excess gas in the intestines. You could unintentionally be introducing this extra gas into your system when you chew gum, smoke, use a straw or drink carbonated beverages. In addition to cutting these habits from your life, make a point to chew more slowly and focus on breathing deeply and regularly throughout the day.
Diabetes is a term used to describe a group of metabolic conditions in which a person has elevated blood sugar, either because the body does not produce enough insulin or because the cells do not respond to insulin. The most common symptoms of diabetes include frequent urination, weight changes, fatigue and intense hunger or thirst.More
Healthy kids are happy kids. And, more than that, when children are healthy and at their best, they perform better in sports and academics and may even have improved behavior. According to leading research, more than 7.5 million children miss a month of school per year. Many of these absences are due to minor, preventable illnesses. When parents and schools work hard to prevent the spread of germs, children remain healthy. The following tips can help to keep children free of illness and functioning at their best:More