High Salt and Sugar Intake May Be the Cause of Your Afternoon Crash

Salt and Sugar.

Both salty and sugary food can make you sluggish and eventually experience an afternoon crash. (Image: Saletomic via Dreamstime)

How to Cut Sugar Cravings Naturally

How to Have Even Moods and Constant Energy

A group of young people smiling for the camera and giving thumbs-up.

Being social enhances brain functions. (Image: Roman Samborskyi via Dreamstime)

Lose Weight the No-Diet Way

Scale and frustrated woman sitting on floor holding head and arms on knees.

There are thousands of weight-loss diets, and the number of people getting fed up with the lack of success from trying them keeps growing with time. (Image: Tero Vesalainen via Dreamstime)

Here Are 5 Easy Steps to Detox From Sugar

Mix of sweet cakes, donuts, and candy sitting in front of a pile of sugar with the word 'sugar' spelled out in it.

Whatever your reason for quitting sugar, these 5 steps should help make it easier. (Image: Ocusfocus via Dreamstime)

Drink Water at 3 Specific Times of Day to Reduce Blood Thickness and Thrombosis

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After a night’s rest, blood viscosity is at its highest in the morning. Some people may feel groggy, dizzy, and listless after waking up. (Image: JillWellington via Pixabay)

Sugar: The Deadly Toxin?

A case of Coca-Cola

Achieve an old-fashioned, sepia-toned effect on modern photos by delicately brushing Coca-Cola onto the surface and allowing it to dry quickly. (Image: HarryStilianou via Dreamstime)