Did you know that if you live to be 80 years old, you will breath as many as 672 million times? This only includes breaths at rest – if you avidly exercise, you breathe even more than that. Never take your lung health for granted! Your precious lungs keep you alive and well, but only if they’re healthy.
- September 3rd 2020 , by QNL StaffViews No Comments
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Have you ever wondered why your fingernails may have white spots on them or seem to easily split while trying to close a zipper? Your fingernails may hold some surprising clues about your overall health. Did you know that the appearance of your nails is indicative of your digestion capacity or
- August 25th 2020 , by QNL StaffViews No Comments
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Did you know that enemas have been used for their health benefits for centuries? Ancient Egypt was the first society to document the use of enemas as far back as 1500 BC. Don't be scared of this ancient remedy, embrace it!
- August 5th 2020 , by QNL StaffViews No Comments
Fenugreek is a Mediterranean herb that was historically used by the ancient Egyptians and Greeks. The seeds have been used in cooking for culinary purposes but were also used to treat problems such as an upset stomach, constipation, or stomach inflammation. Have you heard of this amazing herb yet?
- July 27th 2020 , by QNL StaffViews No Comments
You know the feeling - you’ve just finished eating a large meal and you feel stuffed, sluggish, and heavy. Looking back, you probably should not have eaten those last few bites or taken that second helping. Sometimes, it can be easy to overeat, but did you know that it can lead to digestive problems, type 2 diabetes, and obesity?
- July 22nd 2020 , by QNL StaffViews No Comments
It should come as no surprise that many processed foods are considerably worse for your health than natural, raw, whole foods. But did you know that many ultra-processed foods can lead you to eat more food than you would eat with an unprocessed diet?
- July 15th 2020 , by QNL StaffViews No Comments
The world is fast-paced and constantly changing. Careers, family, school, and relationships might pull you in several directions, making it difficult to maintain a healthy diet, regular exercise schedule, and adequate sleep. However, all these things are important in order to achieve your own best health.
- July 14th 2020 , by QNL StaffViews No Comments
While consuming sugary foods might seem to be delicious, the negative side effects can be pronounced: weight gain, pancreas stress, brain fog, hyperactivity, and much more. In fact, eating foods with white, refined sugar is very unhealthy. Do you find it difficult to resist cravings for sweet, rich foods?
- July 10th 2020 , by QNL StaffViews No Comments
Consuming excessive sugar in the form of fructose is known to have harmful side effects such as helping to cause insulin resistance. Since many fruits have higher sugar levels (such as fructose) than most vegetables and many other foods – you might wonder, are fruits really healthy after all? What makes fresh fruit (with its fructose) different from eating fructose as HFCS (high fructose corn syrup).