When you think of soy, what comes to mind? Veganism, vegetarianism, tofu? Have you ever thought of soy health benefits no manner your diet? Today we are going to explore that. Soy Health Benefits include: reduced risk of breast cancer, which is more effective when consumed in teen and young adult years. A moderate amount
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UTIs are caused by bacteria growth on bladder cells. To maintain urinary tract health, daily consumption of 36mg of cranberry proanthocyanidins (PACs) is effective at preventing bacteria from adhering to bladder cells. CRAN-B-PAC contains 36mg of PAC per 2 tbsp
A study published in Frontiers in Psychology surveyed over 1100 young adults in New Zealand and the United States. “Sleep quality, rather than sleep quantity, was the strongest predictor of mental health and well-being.”
One of the natural ways to control stress urinary incontinence (sudden urge to pee) from an overactive bladder (OAB) is through Kegel exercises (pelvic floor exercises). This can help both men and women who suffer from stress urinary incontinence since pelvic floor exercises strengthen the pelvic floor, supporting the bladder.
Amino Acids are key building blocks of protein. Protein is necessary for the body to perform functions such as grow, repair body tissue, and break down food.
A 2016 study found that a plant-based protein diet was associated with a lower risk of death, especially among adults “with at least one unhealthy behavior such as smoking, drinking, and being overweight or sedentary.” Mingyang Song*, M.D., Sc.D., and co-authors conducted the study with up to a 32-year follow-up, using 131,342 participants whose average
Hey ladies, let’s honestly ask ourselves how often are we checking on our vagina & urinary health. Do you check only when a problem arises? If so, we need to start changing our mindset & becoming more proactive about our urinary & vaginal health as we are about the rest of our body. Some things
As we all try our best to deal with the impact of the pandemic, we need to take into consideration our eating habits & stress levels. We all have been struggling in some way. How have you been holding up? Are you stress-eating? Are you exercising? Depressed or anxious? Healthcare professionals believe that stress can
We are in Month Six of the Coronavirus. Before COVID-19, America was in full gear to switch to reusable products & ban/limit most single-use items. We were fully focused on the importance of recycling & reusable products. All the hard work that thousands of individuals have put their time into tackling this issue has almost