1.79 g protein 64.29 g carbohydrate 10.7 g fibre 107 mg calcium 0.64 mg iron 139 mg sodium Health Benefits Of Passion Fruit 1. Boosts immunity Passion fruit helps in boosting the immune system because it contains vitamin C, antioxidants and certain compounds. These vitamins help in removing the free radicals from the body and improve the body's ability to fight off infections  . … [Read more...] about Passion Fruit: Health Benefits, Risks & Ways To Eat
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So, these are some of the ailments that vitamin K deficiency can cause to your health. Thus, it is to be remembered that like most other nutrients, Vitamin K is vital for the human body, especially due to its blood coagulation properties. A deficiency in this vital vitamin can wreak havoc. Have vegetables, especially the leafy green and dark green ones and dietary supplements that contain adequate amount of vitamin K, which can aid you to live an active and healthy life. … [Read more...] about Deficiency Of Vitamin K Can Cause These Serious Health Issues
Buttigieg's plan recognizes and addresses this need, while many other candidates don't go further than requiring insurers to cover mental health conditions. Of course, the plan would require the passage of legislation through Congress, a questionable scenario in our current political climate. … [Read more...] about Buttigieg Mental Health Plan Would Fund Needed Community Programs
Emma, conversely, gravitates to social media purposelessly and habitually, the hours lapsing in a stupor. Olivia, though, evaluates whether she’s feeling negative or positive emotions after a certain interval and quits if feeling depressed, or if it’s getting close to bedtime. Emma just keeps on scrolling, even if it goes late into the night. While sheer time on social media doesn’t appear as important as previously thought, time spent displacing sleep definitely has negative physical and mental health consequences. … [Read more...] about Why Reducing Screen Time Won’t Fix the Mental Health Crisis
Facebook's former vice president for user growth, Chamath Palihapitiya, recently said "we have created tools that are ripping apart the social fabric of how society works,” and advised people to take a "hard break" from social media. His comments echoed those of Facebook founding president Sean Parker, who said social media provides a “social validation feedback loop (‘a little dopamine hit…because someone liked or commented on a photo or a post’) that’s exactly the thing a hacker like myself would come up with because you’re exploiting a vulnerability in human psychology.” This parallels what Tristan Harris said and I echoed in a recent Pacific Heart post – that social media is a “race to the bottom of the brainstem.” … [Read more...] about Is Facebook Destroying Society and Your Mental Health?