By Nida Tenerife-Canto

Who doesn’t dream of an uninterrupted good night sleep after a long tiring day? Me, I just love to sleep the night away.

Choosing the food you eat and the amount you heap on your plate before bedtime can result to sleeplessness at night. While some bring pleasure to the palate, they rob you of the pleasure of sleep.

Your eyes may be the window to your soul, but, in many ways your, nails are the window to what’s going on inside your body. Here are some common nail problems and what they mean?

Certain Chemicals formed in your cooking give food a more desirable taste and smell, but could they be making you sick? The answer may surprise you.

Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve are great times for festivities, parties, reunions, and other forms of social gatherings. On such joyous occasions, families, friends, and love ones gather together to catch up with each other and to enjoy the food and drinks served.

Studies have shown that many people gain at least 1-2 pounds before they celebrate the New Year. After the celebration, another 1-2 pounds, something you will not be proud of.

There is nothing to fear, however, when these holidays roll in. You can still enjoy the fun, food, and drinks without gaining weight or feeling guilty of being indulgent.

Here are tips on how to eat and drink the healthy way during holidays:

This is a free tip from a specified researchers, and i hope that as mother you are willing to understand the message. I would like to thanks the one who made this research. I hope not only to mothers but to fathers as well that we continue to follow the safety rules in our family, and may God bless us all.