At least 8 glasses of fluid per day is the classic recommendation, and a great goal to set initially, but it’s definitely oversimplified.
Many people [men and women] today are having problems with getting bald a bit too early; but it might be because of the type of foods eaten or the use of hair styling methods and gels; prolonged sun exposure, lack of hair nourishment.
Last week on Wednesday, March 1, 2017, Catholics in Uganda, even around the world, observed Ash Wednesday which according to the Christian Calendar, always marks the beginning of a holy period of the year known as LENT.
February 23, 2017: The Crisis In Uganda’s Agriculture
According to a government report, eleven million Ugandans are facing food shortages (famine) and need relief food to save them from potential starvation. Our country has suffered a drought. This has been followed by famine.
Many mothers will do anything to increase the breast milk. But while you can pick up a few tips from well-intentioned friends, oftentimes wrong information is passed along, sometimes for several generations.
For instance, in some cultures, it’s believed that beer helps to stimulate breast milk. However, nutritionists say this is simply a falsehood. As a matter of fact, alcohol can have serious and permanent adverse effects on children, such as brain damage.
Most of us take water for granted. Consider this though; according to medical brains, when the water in your body is reduced by just 1 percent, you become thirsty. At 5 percent, muscle strength and endurance declines significantly and you become hot and sapped. When the loss reaches 10 percent, delirium and blurred vision occur. Continue reading There Is No More Important Nutrient For Our Bodies Than Water!