We know the present time for health and wellness is too stressful. Thus we are sharing some important questions you need to answer for your sake. Have them checked to lead a happy and healthy lifestyle.
Should I go gluten-free?
Only if you have celiac disease when gluten damages your small intestine. Experts no longer think gluten causes rashes, stomachaches, or weight gain in people without the disease. It can’t hurt to skip gluten-rich foods like cookies and white bread.
One daily glass of wine healthy?
Small amounts of alcohol may stave off heart disease, and lower the odds of stroke and diabetes, too. But heavy drinking ups your chances for liver and heart damage, plus breast, colon, and other cancers. If you don’t drink, don’t start.
How are short workouts beneficial?
Yes. Longer is better, but you can get by with quick bouts of activity when that’s all you have time for. 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity each week (like walking or biking at a medium-fast pace), plus two sessions of muscle strengthening exercise will help.
Sugar or High Fructose Corn Syrup?
High-fructose corn syrup, which does come from corn, gets a bad rap. But your body processes it almost the same way it does “table” or “regular” sugar, which is made from cane or beets. Your best bet is to go easy on both.
Does Cholesterol in Food Count?
Obesity, inactivity, and a poor diet can do more to raise your cholesterol than an egg. The real bad guys are the unhealthy trans fats and saturated fats found in meats, dairy, and processed foods. Opt for low-fat dairy, lean meats and watch your carbs and portions.
Do Vaccines Cause Autism Spectrum Disorder?
No. Several recent studies show vaccines have no connection at all to autism -- but they do lower kids’ risks of getting dangerous health conditions like whooping cough and polio.
How safe are microwaved food?
Reheat those leftovers. Microwaves don’t make food “radioactive.” All your microwave does is make the water molecules in food move, which creates friction that heats it up.
Do Cell Phones Cause Brain Cancer?
It’s unlikely. Most research including a study of more than 420,000 people over 20 years says there’s no connection between brain tumors and cell phone use. If you are worried then use a headset and limit your phone usage time.
How to be fat and healthy?
Experts have a valid point to share. Do what you can to get healthy. Stay active every day and eat a balanced diet. Attain weight loss results if you need to.
When is the best time?
If you’re gonna do something, do it right -- or at least do it at the right time. A few “hacks” can help you pick the best hour or day to get some things done.
So then be wise and smart in order to lead a healthy life. DO all that you possibly can. The right thing is having health awareness about self.