Daily Intakes [Infographic]

Recently I read this article where it reads that –based on an updated advice by the American Heart Association– coconut oil is packed with saturated fat which can raise “bad” cholesterol and “is as unhealthy as beef dripping and butter”, say US heart experts.

This made me think it could be useful to have a very basic-quick chart with the recommended daily intakes like fats, salt, sugar and carbs.

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Food tips to improve your Mental Health [Infographic]

The evidence of food’s link to mental states has been growing.
As part of our fight against mental health, we have a very much underutilised tool – FOOD. You have the ability to improve the way you feel by controlling what you put on your plate.” – Dr Rangan Chatterjee

Here are four of the techniques that you can try at home that can help you:

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Healthy Eating Tricks [Infographic]

Serve smaller plates and turn the TV off during meal times: simple changes to the way we consume food can have a positive effect on how much we eat, say Prof Charles Spence and chef Jozef Youssef.

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Is it Better to Eat Alone? [Infographic]

Sharing a meal with friends or family is one of life’s greatest pleasures – but it can wreck any diet plans. So what’s the best way to stick to your regime?

Scroll down and take a look to the visual we have created below, based on an article published by The Guardian, to find facts and some suggestions on how to balance your social life while eating without breaking your healthy nutritional diet.

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Menstrual Cramps Natural Remedies [Infographic]

Menstrual cramps, which causes pain & discomfort in the abdomen in women, affect around 50% of women having their periods.

The cramps are caused when chemicals known as prostaglandins are released by the body. The release of the prostaglandins causes a contraction of the uterus, which in turn results in cramps.

To get rapid relief for menstrual cramps, other than using over the counter painkillers, why not try out these seven great home remedies, which are proven to work effectively, and just as quickly as painkillers.

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