Have you ever gone into a room for something and suddenly can't remember? Or you forget someone’s name while speaking to them? Maybe you have missed an appointment because you forgot. Actually, memory lapses can happen at any age, at any moment in time, do but we do get more concerned about them as we get older because we fear it’s just going to get worse

It’s natural to feel drowsy occasionally after you stay up late studying, or dealing with a sick child, or you are worried about something, or you toss and turn all night because of an illness bothering you. But when you’re feeling sleepy most of the time, especially during the day, it could be a sign of something more serious.

Effective goal setting requires a clarity of purpose, proper structuring of your goals, and, a way to measure your success. If you're able to do all of these, and you have the proper level of self-discipline, on-going success becomes a habit.

Scientific studies consistently show that sugar has a negative effect on our health and many governments have introduced sugar taxes to combat its adverse health effects. This has created a huge and growing demand for healthy sugar alternatives. Many people have read health articles about the dangers of eating too much sugar. Certainly, those who want to lose weight have heard their doctor say, “….. And cut out sugar”. But why? Why is sugar so bad for our health and our waistline? Before we find out about good sugar swaps and what foods are good replacement foods with little or no sugar, let’s find out why it is such a good idea to cut sugar out of your life.

Vitamin K is a powerful anti-aging nutrient that is often lacking in people's modern diets. Yet, somehow it's often a vitamin that very few people have heard about. Phylloquinone, also known as vitamin K1, is found in plants. When people eat it, the bacteria in the large intestine convert it into its storage form, vitamin K2, which is then absorbed in the small intestine and stored in fatty tissue and the liver.