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Heart smart Food to fight cholesterol

We all want to live longer and healthier right, but the food must also have some zing and taste, must it not?

Hommus or Hummus, is an easy to make healthy food that can be a great substitute for eating sweet or savoury biscuits when the afternoon munchies hit.  123 more words

Food & Cooking

How to mix up your runs

Aiming for a 5k or 10k ?

Here are some different types of runs to help you vary your training.

Hill runs- Choose a route that has a few hills on it so your cardiovascular system and muscles have to work a little bit harder! 187 more words

Health And Nutrition

Gluten Intolerance: Truth or Fiction?

In 2013, Peter Gibson, a Professor of Monash University’s Department of Gastroenterology at The Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, published a study striving to dispel the mystery surrounding Non Coeliac Gluten Sensitivity (NCGS) in individuals exhibiting symptoms such as abdominal pain, flatulence and bloating that are not associated with Coeliac Disease. 339 more words

Hyde Magazine

Milk Myth Busting

Oh, Pinterest. My goodness, the stuff you can find on that crazy social media site. I can’t tell you how many ideas for my daughter’s nursery I found on Pinterest. 337 more words

Cleansing Smoothie

1/2 Medium Banana
1 x small avocado
1/2 cup of cucumber
1/2 cup of pineapple
1 large tbsp goji berries
1 cup of water… 12 more words

Health And Nutrition

Prebiotics probiotics a case of tomayto /tomarto?


Probiotics are live microorganisms, such as bacteria or yeast, which when taken in large enough quantities, help improve and maintain the health of your gastro-intestinal tract. 484 more words


Scientists Get To Work: Figure Out Diets of Dead Things

Christiana, PA

One of the most fundamental tasks of a Scientist (which also happens to be the most exciting) is finding some skeletal remains of some dead thing, and carefully putting the complicated pieces of evidence together in order to determine, with exact certainty, what that dead thing ate for breakfast. 617 more words