We keep hearing about the advantages of healthy food. “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”, is a saying that keeps coming up now and then, and now without reason. The more fruits and vegetables in the plate, the better your chances of a healthy life. Chronic diseases like cancer and heart diseases can be kept away by including a daily dose of vegetables and fruits in your diet.

Photo by Jonas Svidras on Unsplash Unless you’ve been the only resident of Rock Street in the past couple of years, you have likely noticed the massive changes that have come about in the beauty industry. As a result of the global health and fitness revolution, the mindset of most people has been shifting towards a more sustainable, eco-friendly lifestyle that includes taking better care of ourselves. However,

Bacteria that are beneficial for your gut are called probiotics and they may be found in various food products. These probiotics, apart from improving the digestive system and immune system, also play a huge role in maintaining one’s health. These days one of the commonest health hazard is obesity. There is research suggesting that the good bacteria may help in improving the body’s ability to burn fat, thereby

Probiotics-what does it mean in reality? Probiotic awareness has slowly but surely made its way through the walls and into the health circle. You have no idea how much the body will thank you if you give the digestive tract a good dose of good bacteria. Should we take Probiotics supplements? Isn’t that what you were thinking about? Well, the world relies on antibiotics and anti-bacterial chemicals that do

What are probiotics without kefir! Yes, it most definitely is a buzz word these days. The probiotic world even calls kefir the next “Greek yogurt”. What exactly is all this hue and cry about though? Is it worth all the hype? And most importantly is kefir safe? Let’s find out all about this. What is kefir? A tart tasting fermented product that is very similar to yogurt yet refreshing