They say that a dog is a man’s best friend and for a good reason. Dogs keep us company, help us feel protected and make sure we always fell loved. But, did you know that their affectionate kisses may be actually improving our health one lick at a time?
We all know a vacation is good for us, but do we really understand why?
Here is what happens before, during and after a holiday, so you can see just how big the health benefits are.
With customer preferences shifting towards more sustainable products and services, more and more businesses are making the extra effort to go green. There are many ways in which these practices can benefit a company, from lowering everyday costs to gaining an edge over close competition, it can even help boost employee satisfaction. So if you want to find out more about how going green can benefit a business, check out the infographic below.
The team of Greatist has made it easy for us to identify some of the healthiest grains and their health benefits along with some recipe suggestions and cooking tips. Have you tried all of them? Let us know 🙂
The experts often cite health benefits of both coffee and tea so how is one to know which is more beneficial or healthy? This infographic compares a side by side of the two popular beverages and illustrates the health benefits and downfalls of both so that the decision is best left up to the beverage consumer.
5 ways rhubarb will boost your health
- Rhubarb contains antioxidants like lycopene and anthocyanins, helping to fight off disease.
- It apparently can help lower cholesterol, boosting your heart health.
- Rhubarb stalks are a good source of fibre, benefiting your digestive health.
- It contains vitamin K, an essential property that helps with blood clotting, protecting the bones and help fighting off liver and prostate cancer.
- Rhubarb is also a good source of vitamin C (great for a healthy immune system), calcium, potassium and magnesium.
It’s spring—time to go green, literally. Take a stroll through the aisles of your local farmers’ market, and you’ll see stands covered in emerald green: think asparagus, spinach, scallions and early spring arugula. All that green is good for you too. Spring vegetables provide some of the highest levels of vitamin K, iron, and phytonutrients that ward off chronic diseases. Here nine nutritional powerhouses to load up on while the season, short though it is, lasts.
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