It seems as though everything becomes extreme in today’s world. From the Atkins diet to intermittent fasting, a lot of valid ideas are perverted into cult-like exclusionary fads with little to no compromise. One such trend that appears to never quite fade out entirely is the perception that carbohydrates are overwhelmingly and without differentiation “bad.”
From a young age, many of us are told that sleep is important—though typically without any scientific evidence, thanks mom—while simultaneously being woken up for school (and then work) at 6am. It’s a confusing dynamic that often becomes neglected as we grow up, start to be overwhelmed by school, social interaction, and eventually, a demanding job.
Maybe you have been using all kinds of topical treatments on your skin. There are countless beauty products out there that promise to remove every line and wrinkle from your face. Some of these work and others simply don’t. There are other ways to improve the appearance of your skin. One of these ways includes molecular hydrogen (H2).
How do you increase your intake of antioxidants? By consuming them in foods where they naturally occur, taking them in the form of a supplement, or simply by drinking them daily in your water. Sounds simple, right? That’s because it is! Read on for our top sources of antioxidants.