Fruit for Breakfast The Secret to a Healthy LifeWritten by Robb Ksiazek
Do you want more energy? How about more of vitamins, minerals and enzymes that your body craves? Try eating fruit for breakfast! Fresh fruit apples, grapefruit, strawberries, cherries, oranges, kiwi, melon, and grapes all count. In fact, any fruit works and there are so many to choose from. Eating fruit for breakfast will get you on road to having a healthier body right away without having to pump a lot of iron at gym or take sketchy supplements.
Why diet on fruit for breakfast you ask? Well, to make it simple, fruit in its raw form is exactly what your body needs for energy. It is easy to digest and sugar from fruit (glucose) is in form that your body can easily turn into energy. Instead of your body putting a lot of energy towards digestion and turning food into a useable form of fuel, it is already in an easily digestible form. The energy goes straight to you. Eating nothing but fruit until lunchtime however much you want, is a sure fire way to lose weight and become more healthy, almost immediately.
How about a glass of juice is that same as eating an orange? Not really and here is why. Most juice that you purchase at grocery store is pasteurized. This means that it is heated to a high temperature to kill any bacteria and make shelf life longer. During this process of heating, many of wonderful enzymes in juice are destroyed. Not to mention that many juices are filled with preservatives and sweeteners and are made from concentrates not same as eating a fresh orange to your stomach or body! Youre better off with real thing!
Contact Lenses and Dry EyesWritten by Christopher Chase
Contact Lenses and Dry Eyes By Christopher Chase
Until recently, contact lenses and dry eyes seemed to come hand in hand. Modern technology, however, has developed several ways for contact lens wearers to deal with dry eyes. When eyes become dry, they can be irritable, bloodshot and in severe cases, vision can become impaired.
What Causes Dry Eyes?
Dry eyes occur for a number of reasons, although there is thought to be a particular link between extended contact lenses and dry eyes. Dry eyes are also prevalent with older contact lens wearers as tear ducts become less effective with age. Problems with contact lenses and dry eyes become exacerbated when wearers spend a considerable length of time in front of a computer screen or in an air-conditioned environment.
Specific Contact Lenses for Dry Eyes
There are some manufacturers that deal specifically with problem of contact lenses and dry eyes. For example biomedics offer their own range of frequency 55 contact lenses for dry eyes. The higher water content can be a real benefit for those suffering from irritated and dry eyes.
If you are looking for contact lenses for dry eyes, take some time to review and make a comparison before you select best contact lenses for your circumstances. So many companies offer a range dealing specifically with contact lenses and dry eyes that it pays to experiment and shop around and compare ratings.