Living a purposeful life can have negative aspects or results – which is the result of taking things to the extreme. Everything should be kept in moderation, and there are times when we should “give it a rest”: we ourselves should take the time to rest ourselves and the things we do.
World Toilet Day, held annually on 19 November, promotes quality sanitation, a human right that leads to enjoyed health, safety, and dignity. Panasonic’s Handy Toilette is a portable bidet that helps ensure said sanitation on-the-go, given that bidets are more sanitary than toilet paper and have a smaller environmental footprint.
Uncle Frank’s Coco Honey is promising to be the new and effective solution to nutrition problems. It contains all the essential amino acids our bodies need, plus more, and is good enough to eat on its own. Take it on an empty stomach and realize the full benefits in minutes, and take it or apply it at the first sign of illness or discomfort and watch your body’s natural healing system spring into action!
Stress, if not taken well, can be our undoing. It is what weakens the immune system and therefore makes us more susceptible to disease and illness. Fortunately, it can be managed very easily. Here are six ways how.
The human body has – and even is – its own natural healing system, something that Western medicine takes for granted. This is ultimately rooted in amino acids, of which we need 20 different kinds to stay healthy. Amino acids are best found in food. Stay healthy therefore by eating a balanced diet and eating rightly!
Not only can reading contribute to social responsibility and development, it’s actually also physiologically good for you! This is especially when critical reading is applied – and it goes hand-in-hand with critical thinking!
It’s always important to keep ourselves in check in whatever we do, vis-à-vis our purposes, and the check of checks comes in a grand package including a vibrant relationship with your God. This week’s Word is “spirituality”.
Green tea is one of the world’s healthiest drinks, and has been recognized as such for more than 4,000 years, with its powerful antioxidant properties and bitter yet soothing taste. Click to check out a simple infographic on it!
Sadly taken for granted today, it is always helpful to be reminded to practice this starting with yourself. We advocate this for the world, but we should begin living it out ourselves. This week’s Word is “peace”.
Summer, especially nowadays, can kill if you’re not careful, what with the intense temperatures and humidity. Here are six ways to keep cool and well in a natural, healthy, or responsible manner.