Traveling always provides ample opportunity for you to eat poorly. In most circumstances, traveling simply isn't conducive to a healthy diet. Travel stops often only serve the unhealthiest of fare, and unless a restaurant is particularly geared towards healthy dining, most things on the menu will be off limits. Fast food is usually completely off limits. However, there are ways to get by without completely ruining your diet.
There are few things more emotionally taxing on a couple than trying to have a baby and being unable to do so. Couples, often at the end of their wits' end, will turn to fertility specialists with desperation and open wallets; this desperation often leads them to spend thousands upon thousands of dollars on treatments, sometimes without success.
The coconut has proven to be one of the more useful fruits available. From the water to the meat to the shell, few other foods are as versatile, not to mention healthy. Today, you can find coconut and coconut products almost anywhere; even a stroll into a convenience store will reveal packaged coconut water as a substitute for more traditional (and sugary) sports drinks.
On 6/19/13 I wrote this blog (Skin Cancer-The Fungus Link). At the end of the blog I assumed that since powerful antifungal drugs were now being used to treat diabetes, in my own words, “ I predict we will soon see a decline in diabetes rates.” Most of the time it takes me decades to be proven correct when talking about my fungal hypothesis, but this time it only took 24 hours!
The two most vital components of health are diet and exercise. At Know the Cause, we talk a lot about diet and the role it plays in health. We talk in particular about the role fungi plays in ill health, and how diet can be used to combat this virulent organism and the toxins it produces. Exercise actually works towards this end as well, and it does this in a variety of ways.