Over time, your worldview might shift and you may begin to feel that you cannot justify eating meat. You may therefore want to become a vegan, but you aren't sure where to start. Simply cutting meat and dairy products from your menu might be a problem, because you may no longer be consuming nutrients that are essential, such as Vitamin D. Even though Vitamin D might be coming from sunlight, you'll still likely not be receiving enough of this nutrient.
If you're one of many women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), it can be a difficult disease to deal with. While this health condition manifests differently for everyone, symptoms include insulin resistance, high levels of male sex hormones in the blood, difficulty losing weight, depression and infertility. Luckily, there are some natural things you can do to reduce some of the symptoms you experience. Here are three natural ways you can start to treat your symptoms from PCOS.
Your hands and your lips are two areas where dry skin tends to become an issue. Luckily, it's easy to scrub away dead skin and moisturize these areas with homemade scrubs. When you make a hand or lip scrub yourself, you know exactly what ingredients go into it, so you don't have to worry about reactions to chemical additives and the like. The following instructions show you how to make a more delicate scrub for your lips and a rougher one for your hands.
Most people are curious about their own futures, and would like a glimpse into what their futures have to offer. Genuine psychics can give you the answers that you are looking for; however, it can be difficult to weed out the genuine psychics with real abilities from the fraudulent ones out there that are simply preying on vulnerable individuals. Most women are willing to spend up to $5,000 on a psychic reading while most men are willing to fork over $2,000.
Forgetting where you parked your car can be a funny story when you're in your 20s, frustrating in your 40s, but downright scary in your 60s when the threat of Alzheimer's and dementia is starting to loom large. The good news is that science is starting to unravel the mystery of why some people get the disorder and some don't. Here are 2 easy things that you can do right now to reduce your risk of developing dementia as you age.