Afternoon naps or short breaks in some countries are a sign of laziness, while in others, such as Japan – they are a sign of dedication to work. What is certain is that we all sometimes need a break from hard work, and scientists claim to have discovered how many minutes of rest it takes … Read moreWhy Afternoon Naps are a Sign of Health, Not Laziness
Beetroot is a root vegetable that occupies an important place in your diet. Beetroot is a rich source of minerals and essential vitamins and is used in salads, stews, and meals. Let’s take a look at 10 benefits of beetroot when it comes to health and beauty, and the incredible nutritional value of these vegetables. … Read moreEat More Beets To Boost Recovery, Fight Inflammation, Support Liver Detox And Help Lower Blood Pressure
Macau parrot Jesse from Edmonton wanted to be alone so he flew out of the house and landed on the roof. He stood there for three days until the owners called for firefighters to put him down. Judging by the firefighters’ greetings, Parrot Jesse never wanted to return home, Unilad writes. The owners explained to … Read moreParrot Trapped On Roof Tells Fire Crew To “F*** Off” When They Try To Rescue Her
The next time you get upset because someone around you is chewing loudly, you may be comforted by the fact that it may mean that you are a true genius. A new study from US Northwestern University has shown that the inability to eliminate less relevant sensory information often occurs in people who are highly … Read moreIf You’re Annoyed By Others Chewing, You May Be A Genius
Eggs contain Vitamin A and proteins, are good for immunity, skin, and bones and are rich in cholesterol. “Two-thirds of the cholesterol in the bloodstream is actually produced by the organism itself. Cholesterol from chicken eggs has a smaller role in metabolism than people think,” says Berthold Koletzko, of the Munich University Hospital. Nutritionists point … Read moreEggs Are Healthy Food And These Are The Best Ways To Prepare Them
This powerful beverage reduces the risk of heart disease and cancer, lowers cholesterol, improves mood, and is a great substitute for morning coffee. It is best to drink it freshly prepared Winter is the perfect time to start “therapy” with teas and tinctures to detoxify the body, which you can drink until spring, in order … Read moreWhen is the Best Time to Drink Green Tea for Maximum Benefits?