It’s a beautiful day outside and you’re riding your bike, but then get caught in the rain. At first you feel hot, but then, as the heat starts leaving your body, you find yourself breathing heavily. Breaths becomes deep, long and rapid and you find yourself gasping for air and almost breathless. You feel your ⭐ Continue ReadingCold Shock: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment
Heat stress is a form of thermic/thermal stress that occurs when a person is exposed to high temperatures, usually from environmental sources. Common causes include hot weather, high humidity, living or working in proximity to heat sources, strenuous physical activities performed in a hot environment, whether indoors or outdoors. Symptoms of heat stress include profuse ⭐ Continue ReadingHeat Stress: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment
Pre-modern desert peoples relied heavily on camel milk for both its nutritional benefits and healing properties. Its consumption was and is still believed to promote a return to good health and strengthen the body. Traditional uses for this special milk included matters of the digestive system, primarily diarrheal diseases, but also conditions that affected the ⭐ Continue Reading15 Traditional Uses for Camel Milk
If you’ve ever wondered why camel’s milk is a healthy food, then know it boasts some pretty wonderful nutritional properties and health benefits. First of all, it nourishes the brain and combats brain fog or mental fatigue. It supports learning and memory and helps boost focus. Camel’s milk is less allergenic than cow’s milk and ⭐ Continue Reading12 Proven Benefits of Camel Milk
Milk is one of the best dietary sources of potassium, the dietary nutrient and electrolyte with the biggest health benefits for cardiovascular health. On average, 100 ml of milk or less than half a cup provides between 9 and 11% of the recommended daily intake of potassium for an average adult. Which is actually quite ⭐ Continue ReadingHow Much Potassium in Milk?
There’s 3.25%, there’s 2% and then there’s 1% milk. There’s also 6% and 1.8% and 0.1% as well as several other numbers in-between. But what do these percentages actually mean for your health and how exactly do they affect the nutritional value of the milk you choose to drink every so often? Can the partial ⭐ Continue ReadingDifference between Whole, Low-Fat and Non-Fat Milk
If you frequently experience abdominal discomfort with bloating, cramps, flatulence, diarrhea, growling or rumbling stomach noises, even nausea and vomiting symptoms after drinking regular milk, then chances are you are lactose-intolerant. In simpler terminology, lactose intolerance means that you have a deficiency of the enzyme lactase in your smaller intestine. This enzyme is required to ⭐ Continue ReadingDifference between Regular, Low-Lactose and Lactose-Free Milk