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What to see, what to eat, and where to stay!
Summer is matsuri (festival) season in Japan! Get ready to eat some yatai (street food), wear a yukata (summer kimono), catch firework displays, light lanterns, and witness lots and lots of street dancing. Just be sure to book your trip between July
It can also destroy your liver!
You might want to start eating slowly and chatting more with your family or friends during mealtimes from now on. Researchers from the National Institute of Health Science and Fukuoka University in Japan found that eating quickly, as well as eating right
You'll never look at your food the same way.
Just like a fancily plated dish can speak volumes about a restaurant, the way you arrange a family-style meal on your plate can say a lot about you, according to Juliet Boghossian, a behavioral food scientist and Food-ology founder who
Load up on nutrients you need!
You need to be consuming enough nutrients so your body can function well. If you think you're being healthy by avoiding carbs or eating only fish or just veggies, you're not getting the daily requirements of EVERYTHING your body needs (
Acne? Bloating? We've got the solutions here.
AcneVitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin that fights dry skin and acne, and helps the skin repair itself and fight off bacteria that cause the blemishes. So eat vitamin A-rich food like dark green leafy vegetables such as kale and
You can also tap your ears if you want.
Apparently the answer to stopping ourselves from succumbing to our cravings is literally on our fingertips! Research by members of the New York Obesity Nutrition Research Center suggested that tapping our foreheads with our finger for 30 seconds would stop or decrease
Bye bye, money.
1. You spend a lot on food more than other people do. Because you love it more than anything else, of course food gets the highest budget of all. With a growing food scene in the metro, you just have to try
Here's what you should really do (and not do) to keep the pounds off.
Here are some long-held beliefs when it comes to losing weight: One, if a diet doesn't put your taste buds in a coma, it's not effective. Two, a grumbling stomach is a good sign that you've cut back
We won’t tire of saying it: late night binges are bad for you. Curb your midnight appetite with these tips.
Individuals with irregular eating patterns report feeling a particularly strong urge to eat at night, when they're resting at home at the end of a demanding day. However, experts agree that nighttime is precisely the worst time to overeat, metabolically speaking,