Healthy living is one of the most hotly debated topics within modern society. New health practices are regularly searched for and many people frequent gyms and other establishments to help them get fitter; so on the one hand there is no lack of awareness. Despite this focus though, many people find themselves agreeing in theory but abstaining in practice. New Year is a great time to change that fact, so here are a few areas to get you started.
Teeth suffer with poor nutrition as the structures of the mouth need nutrients to remain healthy. As bones of the body need calcium from foods such as milk, so do the teeth to remain strong for chewing, bite and communication functions.
What we eat impacts our oral health. Foods high in sugar and acid are known to wear tooth enamel and cause cavities and tooth decay.
The itchiness in your scalp and the white flakes on your clothes can only mean one thing: dandruff.
There are no doubts that we all need a little help with exercise sometimes, whether we are just starting out