Infant and Child Nutrition23 Apr 2020
What are the appropriate feedings for infant and child nutrition aged between 0-1, 1-2 and 2-3 years old?
For around the first six months you should feed your baby only breast milk or infant formula. Infant formula made from cows' or goats' milk is the only suitable alternative to breast milk in the first 12 months of your baby's
Skin disorder23 Apr 2020
Winter and psoriasis
Psoriasis occurs when the skin produces new cells too quickly, resulting in raised, reddened patches of the skin covered by silvery scales, most often found on the elbows, knees and scalp. This inflammatory disease tends to run in families, and triggers include stress, smoking, alcohol and illness. Psoriasis may improve with exposure to sunlight and vitamin D daily intake; stress management and a healthy diet may help to control this condition.
Immune system and Coronavirus23 Apr 2020
What to do and eat to help protect yourself from coronavirus: Hygienic practices, foods and spices that may help and boost your immunity and health rapidly
First, Memorise these hygiene measures:
1. Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds, frequently throughout the day- What about hand sanitizers? Well, they’re a good adjunct, but not a replacement for handwashing.
2. Don’t touch your mouth, eyes, or nose
Menopause-related problems23 Apr 2020
The cessation of periods and a woman’s ability to reproduce ceases around in her 50’s. There are many symptoms that occur during menopause, such as hot flushes, mood swings, night sweats, osteoporosis and vaginal dryness, happen as a result of falling levels of oestrogen. Make sure you eat plenty of plant oestrogens (found in soya, carrots, corn, apples and oats) and antioxidant fruit and vegetables to slow down the signs of ageing.
Important vitamins to consider at this stage: