Foods that balance Hormones [Infographic]

  • Hormonal imbalances affect many millions of people worldwide, in the forms of common disorders like diabetes, thyroid disorders, menstrual irregularities, infertility, low testosterone and estrogen dominance
  • Symptoms include feeling anxious, tired, irritable, gaining or losing weight, not sleeping well and noticing changes in your sex drive, focus and appetite
  • Causes for hormonal imbalances include poor gut health, inflammation, high amounts of stress, genetic susceptibility, and toxicity
  • Natural treatments include eating an anti-inflammatory diet, consuming enough omega-3s, getting good sleep, exercising and controlling stress

Below you’ll find an infographic showing some ways to balance your hormones naturally:

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Causes of Death in 2030 [Infographic]

This infographic displays data from the World Health Organization’s “Projections of mortality and causes of death, 2015 and 2030”. The report details all deaths in 2015 by cause and makes predictions for 2030, giving an impression of how global health will develop over the next 14 years. Also featured is data from geoba.se showing how life expectancy will change between now and 2030.

All percentages shown have been calculated relative to projected changes in population growth.

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Fascinating Facts about Coffee vs. Tea [Infographic]

For long, coffee and tea-drinkers have feuded over which is the better beverage. In the face of this generation’s-long debate, will one side ever be declared the winner? Can one beverage truly be considered to be superior to the other? Here, are shown 10 facts about the effects of coffee and tea on your health.

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Health Hacks [Infographic]

Today’s post is about having a healthy lifestyle, and to achieve it, you need to pay attention to your Body, your Mind and your Energy. Cotopaxi provided this infographic about it. Continue reading for 3 different ways you can start your journey to good health.

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5 Interesting things Dogs can sense [Video]

Can dogs really sense a thunderstorm before it arrives? How do they know when a patient’s about to have a seizure? And can your pooch really smell fear?

10 Amazing Things Dogs Can Sense: http://www.howstuffworks.com/pets/10-…

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Fingernails and your Health [Infographic]

Fingernails and your Health [Infographic] | ecogreenloveby Berkeley Wellness

It’s often said that the eyes are the window to the soul. But might fingernails reveal your health status? All kinds of conditions and diseases can affect your nails. For example, small depressions or pitting often occur in people with psoriasis.

A 2012 paper noted that 77 percent of psoriasis sufferers have nail abnormalities, most commonly pitting and onycholysis (a separation of the nail from the nail bed). Though far more common on toenails, fungus can also infect fingernails (onychomycosis), causing nails to thicken and turn yellowish.

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Facts about Fruit Drinks [Infographic]

Found on How Stuff Works and originally published on HealthScience.net
as Soda’s Evil Twin: The Dangers of “Fruit Drinks”

According to info gathered by HealthScience.net, fruit drinks are not only not “healthy” but they are in many cases actually worse for you than soft drinks and sodas. Higher in sugar and much higher in calories. And even though some (but not all) contain real fruit juice, they are probably responsible for more expanding waistlines than those donuts you gave up eating during the morning sales briefing. (Considering an 8-ounce serving of Snapple Apple has more sugar than 2 and a half Krispy Kreme glazed donuts, you were probably off reaching for the box rather than the bottle.)

— ERIC ROGELL on Discovery.com