And this reason is to boost the bioavailability of pectin from fruits and calcium from yoghurt. In other words, combining fruits and calcium-rich products like yoghurt gives your body a better access to pectin and calcium for their absorption and use.
Staying active as we age is vital for our brain health. But how many lazy (read “sitting”) hours a day are save to help our brain stay sharp?
“Apple a day keeps diseases away” is still true when it comes to our aging brain. Researchers suggest that apples and their different variations could help us to maintain our brain in a good health. Let’s have a closer look on the compounds of apple which help us with that.
It actually could be. At least, there is a link found between two of them.
The short answer is YES, but with some finer points.
A recent study made a surprising discovery about intelligence.
According to a systematic review and meta-analysis of 11 studies (3.6 million participants), having headaches may increase the risk for dry eye disease. Researchers looked at the different headache types, such as migraines, tension and cluster headaches and found that migraine sufferers have the highest chance of getting dry eye disease. How exactly the headaches […]
In our 30s and 40s, our brain starts to shrink, with the shrinkage rate significantly increasing by age 60. You might notice that by forgetting your appointments, necessity to write things down, inability to concentrate for a long time etc. . The good news is that you can exercise your brain to limit its shrinkage […]
According to a recent Chinese study, the time people go to bed and the amount of sleep time may be a sign of cognitive decline and an increased risk of developing dementia.
According to a recent study, people who experience frequent bad dreams in middle age are more likely to be diagnosed with dementia later in life.