women health

11 Things Every Woman Should Eat More Of

Take a look at yourself – how do you feel? Are you suffering from any medical issues or are there areas of your body – inside and out – that you think need improvement? We all live hectic lives and it’s understandable that at times keeping track of our health can be difficult. ARTICHOKES “Artichokes are a super satisfying vegetable,” Amy Gorin, MS, RDN, owner of Amy Gorin Nutritionin Jersey

6 health warnings every woman should watch out for once she turns 30

Welcome to your 30s: the point in your life when you finally feel like a full-fledged adult. With age comes wisdom, and nothing is wiser than focusing on your health. But because many women spend this decade juggling careers, pregnancies, children, and marriages, it’s not uncommon for their personal health concerns to be placed on the backburner. This is a big mistake. The Office on Women’s Health recommends that all women in

What to Eat Before and During Your Period

Ladies, let’s talk about Aunt Flo. Guys, while this is usually your cue to peace out, I suggest you take some notes to help you win some brownie points with the (hormonal) women in your life. While I’m not a fifth-grade health teacher, and this is definitely not “the talk,” I am a dietitian—and a female one at that—so I know a thing or two about eating for your cycle.

What can your period tell you about the state of your health?

Bodyform has broken convention: the feminine hygiene brand’s latest sanitary towel advert is the first to use red liquid. The fact that showing liquid that looks like blood to denote real blood counts as taboo-breaking is as ridiculous as the blue liquid inflicted on our fragile sensibilities for years. As Bodyform’s slogan declares: “Periods are normal. Showing them should be too.” This is about more than advertising. Making periods visible

PMDD: Severe form of PMS affecting women's mental health 'linked to cell disorder

A severe form of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) which negatively affects a woman’s mood may be caused by a cellular disorder, according to a new study. Women with the little understood but debilitating condition known as premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) are more likely to experience feelings of anxiety, sadness, and irritability in the days before their periods. Psychical symptoms include changes in appetite, cramps, bloating, headaches, hot flashes, breast tenderness, and joint

Getting lean, the female way

The biggest problem nowadays for any woman is to lose weight and to turn it into muscles, with holding a job and being a great wife. Though, it is possible to work your way through, but, it will need a lot of dedication, and you will have to put in some effort, otherwise you will never see your body get transformed into what you always wanted it to look. Stick