Meyer lemon trees are bearing fruits this season. That means we have the perfect source of vitamin C in its purest form at this time of the year when sickness is prevalent. And with just a single squeeze of this citrus, you already have more than what you need for a tall glass of lemonade.
Is chapped lips a problem to you this season? True enough, chapped lips is caused by staying too long in a dry, windy or cold environment. It can also be caused by dehydration or lack of vitamin B. But if it is caused by hypersensitivity to the lipstick you are using, make sure you change it and buy a lipstick with a better quality.
You must have heard already about the positive effects of probiotics in digestion and overall health and wellness. Recently, the link between obesity and good bacteria has become quite popular, as well.
As November advances, many people look forward to the approaching holidays. Of course, the festivities won’t be complete without a bounty of food. So before the holidays, a lot of people are swamped in preparation; from shopping, cooking, baking and more. I just hope that they won’t forget to incorporate healthy cooking and healthy eating into the occasions.
November highlights several health concerns such as pancreatic and lung cancer, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, and Crohn’s Disease. Medical science focuses attention on an increased awareness of their symptoms, causes, and cures.