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  • How to fix Bad Breath

    Bad breath is medically called halitosis, it can result from poor dental health habits and may be a sign of other health problems or just plain tooth decay. Bad breath…

  • The Nutrition Conference 2014

    The 44th Annual General Meeting & Scientific “Nutrition Conference’ of The Nutrition Society of Nigeria (NSN) kicks off tomorrow 2nd till 6th September 2014 at Newton Hotel, off Port Harcourt…

  • More Beans in Your Daily and Special Diets

    We would like to ask your indulgence as we champion a weekend movement we’ve tagged “All About More Beans Friday” and we want us all to learn new ways to…

  • High Blood Pressure and the DASH Diet

    Hypertension: Who has it? Approximately 57 million Nigerians are hypertensive, say experts. It’s a major risk factor for heart disease, stroke and kidney disease. Hypertension has no symptoms and is…

  • How to Manage Diabetes Mellitus

    The incidence of diabetes mellitus is on the rise that it has become a global epidemic. It is therefore necessary to know how to manage diabetes mellitus with careful consideration…

  • What you need to know about the Ebola Virus

    So I woke up on friday to broadcasts on BBM and Whatsapp instructing me to bath with warm water and salt. I just laughed, shook my head, and went back…

  • Nutrition Security: The Essence

    “A hungry man can’t see right or wrong. He just sees food”. Pearl S. Buck (1892-1973) Now, it gets more interesting to know that though food security being a threat…

  • Drink beer wisely

    Yes, still on alcohol. We’ve talked about its danger to the liver when taken excessively. But like I pointed out in the last post, alcohol in moderation isn’t bad. As…

  • Healthy eating and weight

    Healthy Weight More than two-thirds of Nigerian adults are considered overweight or obese, especially the female gender. Excess weight may lead to heart disease and diabetes. Creating and following plans for…

  • Alcohol and your liver

    Two things prompted us to shed more light on liver health; it was world hepatitis day yesterday. A neighbour died of liver cirrhosis today. Now, alcohol isn’t poison. Here is…

  • Hepatitis and help for it

    Studies so far have made us aware that there are 5 types of hepatitis. Type A,B,C,D, and E. Studies have also shown that ypes B,C, and D are the ones…

  • Healthy weight gain

    We often hear more about weight lose, but the truth is not everyone is trying to lose weight. I for example want to gain some weight. Although I have a…

  • Tips for Healthy Living (Part 3)

    We are back with more healthy living tips just as we promised. If you do the needful, we guarantee you will see results and lead a healthier and happier life.…

  • Drinking water and Its Goods

    I used to consider nourishment in the literal sense to be the result of eating, digesting and absorbing nutrients from ‘solid foods’, and that drinking water, for the purpose of…

  • Tips for Healthy Living (Part 2)

    This is another round of tips from our earlier post on Tips for Healthy Living Eat six meals a day. If you’ve been following the typical nutritional advice of cutting…

  • Acne – You too can be Free!

    Are you bothered about acne? We all have at one time or the other gone through the woes of acne, I ‘used to’ have mild acne in the past, and…

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