Healthy People Know About These Vitamin C Benefits – Do You?

Vitamin C Benefits

What is it with vitamin C? You know about vitamin C.

You know your mom and your doctor lied to you.

Let's be fair though: your mom didn't lie to you - she really didn't know any better. 

"Pump up on vitamin C or you'll get sick this winter." 

Like that helped, right?

You got sick anyway. Every single year.

But here you are, still "pumping up" on vitamin C every time winter approaches just to get that cold anyway...

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Lectins: The Culprits Behind Our Health Issues

The Culprits Behind Our Health Issues

Lectins are present in almost all plant and animal products in different amounts.

They include seeds, legumes, dairy products, potatoes, and tomatoes. Wheat and all other grains contain the highest concentrations of lectins.


Lectins are sugar-binding proteins and can bind to cell membranes and cause biochemical changes in it.

Lectins are not all bad but, as with most things in life, consuming too much can be detrimental.

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Stress Symptoms: Do You Experience Any of These?

Stress Symptoms:
Do You Experience Any of These?

Stress symptoms manifest in different ways for different people. This is because each of us experience stress in different ways. A situation that makes me stressed might be child's-play to you.

You can only apply effective stress management if you can recognise stress symptoms. But most of us are so used to stress, we don't recognise the symptoms until we reach a breaking point.

No part of the human body is immune to stress: emotions, your body, and your thinking ability can suffer.

Stress symptoms and symptoms caused by other medical conditions can sometimes be the same.

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Successful Sleep: is it Possible?!

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Successful Sleep:
How to do it in this Crazy, Fast-Paced World

Successful sleep is crucial to a longer, stronger, and happier life.


Knowing how to wake up in the morning is the key to your entire day! In fact, that “snooze button” problem could be tanking your productivity and energy levels.

In the United States, about one-third of the population hits the snooze button more than three times every morning! People in their 20s and 30s – more than half of them – hit snooze.

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Slow Eating Improves Health & Wellbeing

Slow Eating Improves Health & Wellbeing

The benefits of slow eating include better digestion, better hydration, easier weight loss or maintenance, and greater satisfaction with our meals.

 Meanwhile, eating quickly leads to poor digestion, increased weight gain, and lower satisfaction.

The message is clear: Slow down your eating and enjoy improved health and well-being.

When you eat slowly, you digest better.

You lose or maintain weight more easily.

Yet you also feel more satisfied with each meal.

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