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Is it enough to eat healthy?

A lot goes into being healthy. You need to keep active be it in sports or exercising, getting enough rest and sleep. Whist food is an essential part of living a healthy lifestyle, other factors matter too. Which is why its important to always do the following…

How many fruits to eat in a day?

It is important to eat fruit everyday as it forms part of a healthy lifestyle. Fruits provide nutrients, vitamins, minerals and fibre that are essential to keeping your body healthy. A person who has a diet rich in fruits and vegetables has a lower risk of contracting chronic illnesses. A lot of fruits are low in sodium, fat and calories, which also makes them ideal for keeping your weight stable. Furthermore they are a source of very important nutrients such as potassium, vitamin C and folic acid.

What causes frequent urination?

Frequent urination is the urge you get to suddenly go to the bathroom more often than usual. Whilst this can sometimes be due to high water intake, if the problem persists consider there may be a deeper underlying reason. Here are some reasons for frequent urination.

Exercise suitable for pregnant women

Pregnancy can be an exciting and stressful period. With so much information going around it can become hard to figure out what is good advice and what is just nonsense. When it comes to exercise, it is normal to feel reluctant at first however exercising is actually good for you and the baby during pregnancy. It’s good for strengthening your muscles and builds endurance for when you give birth. It will also be easier for you to shed weight after the pregnancy. In the same breath be careful that you don’t overdo it because that could also strain you and the baby. Before getting started its important to ask your DR what is best for you as every women is different. In the mean time, here are a few exercises to look into once you have the go ahead.

6 Ways to avoid colds and flu’s

It’s that time of the year again where everywhere you look someone is coughing or sneezing. To protect yourself, I’ve compiled a list of my 6 tips to help you beat winter and hopefully not get sick.