We get it—sweating may not be your favorite thing to do, but it is necessary. That’s because sweating, also called perspiration, is a natural bodily function that helps regulate your body temperature, says dermatologist Corey L. Hartman, MD, founder and medical director of Skin Wellness Dermatology in Birmingham, Ala., and assistant clinical professor of dermatology at the University of Alabama School of Medicine. Without it, your risk for overheating increases.https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/medical/4-reasons-why-sweating-is-actually-great-for-you-besides-cooling-you-down/ar-AANtiE5?ocid=msnews
It’s no secret that many of the “healthy” foods lining supermarket shelves are actually junk foods in disguise (ahem, OJ), but there are some so deep undercover that they’ve probably infiltrated your pantry without a second thought. They flaunt their misleading health halos like it ain’t no thing—meanwhile, they’re loaded with added sugars and other naughty ingredients that are a total buzzkill for the body. I hate to break it to you but…nutritionists think these 40 staple foods are terrible.https://www.prevention.com/
There are many of us out here who take supplements to increase our health. Did you ever stop and think that maybe there are some out there that may not be good for us? Well, I found this article that will show some supplements that may not be good for us to take. As with this information and all information that could alter our health, you should always check with your doctor before changing anything concerning your health.
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