A few days ago, I posted about fat-soluble vitamin A. Today, I’m here to write about the other three vitamin D, E, and K. But first, a little recap. Since fat-soluble vitamins are deposited into our fat, it longer for these kinds of vitamins to get used. Therefore, they need to be replaced less frequently. … Continue reading Fat- Soluble Vitamin D, E and K Part Two
What Are They? I want to start with telling which the fat-soluble vitamins and they are vitamin A, D, E and K. They are absorbed by fat. They are like oil which doesn’t dissolve in water, so the body doesn’t waste them as much as let’s say vitamins B’s that are water-soluble. Vitamin A isn’t … Continue reading Fat-Soluble Vitamin A Part One
Sadly, the coronavirus also has known as CONVID 19 took over the world, and many people lost their lives in the hands of this virus. Against all our hopes, this deadly virus entered Malta a few days ago. Till the day I’m writing this post which is Friday the 13th 12 cases were reported by … Continue reading Schools Are On Lockdown
I’m not talking about the people who are nuts. We can do that another day, today I would be cool to take a look at the nuts we eat and why they’re good for us. List of five of the healthiest nuts: Almonds Pistachios Walnuts Cashews Pecans Some Almonds Benefits It might help with cholesterol … Continue reading All About Nuts
Water is a macro nutrient, which means that we need it in large amounts to live. However, water is the only macro nutrient that isn’t an energy food source. We should be drinking about 2 liters a day more than that in warmer climates due to the fact with the heat your body sweats, and … Continue reading Water!
Do you know what’s weird? Posts about my personal life are the hardest to write, be warned that I’ll be talking about one of the most challenging periods in my life and going through my old eating disorder which might trigger people, so you guys know I’m not super comfortable with my body, and if … Continue reading It’s Not Just Eating
I wasn’t going to post this; in fact, it took me about a month to get the courage to post this. I’m not doing it for pity or for people to feel sorry for me. I’m doing this because it might help someone else and for me to read as time passes. I must say … Continue reading Post Seeing My New Endocrinologist Thoughts
Let me start by saying that PCOS stands for Polycystic ovary syndrome. I got my first cycle at eight and a half (I felt like my world is ending). My cycles were irregular and heavy. I went to a GYN, and they said that said I got shark weeks (periods) my body will settle … Continue reading PCOS And Trans