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Ready meals: Military beginnings

The first commonly available convenience foods were canned goods, which were developed in the 19th century for military purposes. The little tins made it easy to store, transport and prepare food on the battlefield.

The use of canned food escalated during second world war, when soldiers’ rations contained tins of meat and stew to keep them going

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What is a migraine?
  • Migraine is a neurological condition that can cause multiple symptoms. It’s frequently characterized by intense, debilitating headaches.
  • Symptoms may include nausea, vomiting, difficulty speaking, numbness or tingling, and sensitivity to light and sound.
  • Migraines often run in families and affect all ages. Migraines can begin in childhood or may not occur until early adulthood. Women are more likely than men to have migraines. 
  • Family history is one of the most common risk factors for having migraines.
  • Migraines are different from other headaches.

Everything You Want to Know About Migraine


The function of hormones

Hormones regulate various biological activities, for example, growth, development, reproduction, energy use and storage, water and electrolyte balance.

Hormones are molecules that function as chemical messengers in the body's endocrine system. Specific organs and glands produce them, and then they are secreted into the blood and other bodily fluids.

Types of Hormones in the Body and How They Work


Technology Addiction: Myth Vs Reality

Tech addiction may be real in some cases but is mostly fear-mongering.

Many studies linking technology addiction with mental health problems may be setting a false narrative and blaming technology for unrelated psychological problems.

Debunking the 6 biggest myths about 'technology addiction'


Sleep Demand Is On An All-Time High

Sleep is one of the three pillars of health, along with exercise and nutrition.

The need to sleep better is topping the charts, as app makers and manufacturers struggle to meet the demand for services and products designed for better sleep, like live sleep sessions, weighted blankets, sleep masks, and high-tech mattresses.

Can you buy a better night’s sleep?


Typical Western diets consist of simple carbohydrates, such as pizza or sandwiches. These food items provide the glucose your body uses as fuel. Spiking glucose increases insulin levels, which the body uses to process blood sugars.

  • Fasting for 16 hours evens these spikes out and recalibrates the body.
  • A longer fast leads to lower blood pressure.
  • Time-restricted eating is associated with better cardiovascular health because the body starts to burn fat, and as the body releases more fat, the level of insulin drops.

How to Overhaul Your Diet With Intermittent Fasting


  1. Less sleep inertia and an easier transition from sleep.
  2. Easier to fall asleep, with less sleep depravity or need for naps.
  3. Less need for coffee, and a cheery mood.
  4. An alert mind, sharper focus, and improved short-term memory.
  5. More healing of the body.
  6. Less irritation during the day.
  7. Better immune system functioning.
  8. Better working and driving ability.

Rise and Shine! Sleep Better and Wake Up at the Same Time Every Day


Mindfulness In Sleep

Sleep heals our mind and body, but in today’s fast-paced and distracted world, many people are sleep deprived, wreaking havoc on their attention spans, mood and brain functioning. Less sleep also results in weight gain, distress and risk of insomnia.

Mindfulness, or meditation/movement techniques that cultivate awareness and aid rest can tame our never-ending thought patterns, calming our minds for a better sleep.

The Ultimate Guide to Mindfulness for Sleep - Mindful


Having An Existential Crisis

The feeling of unease, meaninglessness and hopelessness about life, freedom and life’s choices is referred to as an existential crisis, also called existential anxiety. One feels that the foundations on which their life was built are crumbling.

This feeling arises due to loss of safety and security, transitions and difficulty in adapting, leading one to question the meaning of existence and our place in it. Example: A student moving away from home or someone going through a difficult divorce.

What Is an Existential Crisis?



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