Drinking too much sweet drink can easily lead to auntie liver According to the data provided by the latest Ciming Health Examination Report on the Health Status of Bone Essence in China’s Urban Health Survey, there are currently 26 urban white-collar workers in developing countries. 5% suffer from gastrointestinal, liverContinue Reading

_1 5 kinds of vegetables eaten raw for long 1. Cucumber Cucumber contains vitamin C, vitamin B family and many trace minerals. It contains rich nutrients and is crisp and refreshing when eaten raw. From a nutritional point of view, cucumber peels are rich in nutrients and appropriately kept raw.Continue Reading

Changeable temperature beware of urethritis Over the past week, the temperature has fluctuated and fluctuated, and many diseases have occurred frequently. Urinary tractitis is a frequent disease in spring, which has adverse effects on the life and work of male patients. Urinary urgency, frequent urination, endless urination, and painful urinationContinue Reading

How to properly skin care after 25 years of age After 25 years of age, women’s skin may start to be less full of collagen than before. Improper care will cause many skin problems. So how do you care at this time? Let’s take a look together today.   1. AvoidContinue Reading

Drinking chocolate milk works better after fitness What beverage do you choose to drink after a long, hard workout? Note that there are not many choices, nothing more than sports water such as water or Gatorade. However, Joel Stagel of Indiana University points out that there are other common, deliciousContinue Reading

锘? Weight loss psychology is the key to success in slimming To lose weight, you should first lose the fat in your heart. To lose weight, it depends on exercise, on diet, and more importantly, psychological factors. Whether weight loss is successful or not depends on psychological factors. 銆€銆€How shouldContinue Reading

锘? Don’t treat “old kids” as children As the saying goes, “There is an old family, such as a treasure.” However, people often hear words such as “old children” and “small children” that describe the childish behavior of the elderly. So, is the “old child” a normal performance of theContinue Reading