Author: Priscilla Dell

Priscilla is a health blogger who loves to write about the latest trends in wellness and nutrition. She's always up for trying out new diets and exercise regimes and loves to share her findings with her readers. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family.

‍When it comes to losing weight, it feels like there are a million different rules and restrictions to follow. From staying away from carbs to avoiding fats and oils, we’ve been told that certain foods will lead to weight gain while others help us lose weight. But what about spicy food? Does eating hot peppers or other spicy foods help you burn calories or not? Let’s find out! Does Spicy Food Burn Calories? I have not come across any documented pathophysiology about how eating spicy food burns fat. Perhaps research is still ongoing, never can tell but as of now,…

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Having a busy schedule can make grocery shopping a challenge. Sometimes you only have 15 minutes to shop, or you’re in the final stages of packing for an extended trip and don’t have time to do an extensive food run. In these scenarios, it’s helpful to know how to decide what to eat at the grocery store. If you are fortunate enough to live near a grocery store and have plenty of time, you might be inclined to make a detailed list before going so that you can be sure not to leave anything important behind. However, many people do…

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If you’re a Juul user (or if you’re simply reading this to scope your friend), chances are you’ve heard about the recent Juul leak issues. The vaping device and e-liquid company, which has an estimated valuation of $16 billion, experienced some pretty serious production problems in October 2018. The New York Times reported that thousands of Juul devices began exploding and overheating due to a manufacturing error. The issue stemmed from the lithium-ion battery in each device and how it was packaged. Thankfully, there are several ways to repair a Jul if you experience any issues with your vape device…

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‍If you’ve ever seen a creepy crawly insect or a snake in real life, then you probably know that most of them have weird appendages and poky things sticking out. Ah yes! Even humans have these quirks. That is because the human body is a wonderful amalgamation of bones, muscles, nerves, blood vessels, fat, and organs. Everything has its own purpose and place in our body so that we can live happily. However, there are some kinks here and there where we might feel itchy or have the itch to know more about what’s up with that body part. In…

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‍Parrots are undeniably among the most beautiful and engaging birds in the world. As wonderful as their calls and whistles can be, however, most parrots are even more remarkable for the imitations they make of other species, human voices, and other noises from their environment. Parrot owners know that their feathered friend will mimic almost anything it hears often enough to recognize when repeated back again. But why do parrots mimic? Are they really capable of understanding what we say? Or is mimicking just another kind of speech that parrots happen to find entertaining or useful? The answer may surprise…

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As a teenager, you probably remember hearing ghost stories about creepy places and haunted hotels with hidden passageways that lead to a terrifying basement. If you’re reading this, we can assume you’ve never been so scared that you decided to lock your doors with foil – just in case! Crazy as it may sound, wrapping door locks in foil is a lot more common than you might think. In recent years, households have found new and creative ways to keep unwanted followers out of their homes. Doors are the first line of defense for any residence. Exterior doors are an…

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Do you ever wake up with a dull ache in your chest, or feel like an elephant just stepped on your heart? If so, you’re not alone. This sensation is known as angina, which is a type of chest pain caused by an inadequate supply of blood to the heart. When you experience angina, it means there isn’t enough oxygen getting to your heart. While anyone can be at risk for angina, it typically occurs in people over the age of 50 who have other known risk factors for coronary artery disease (CAD). Here are reasons why your chest hurts…

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‍Well, we’re not talking about the magical kind of shrinking here. This article is about reducing your bust size through the consumption of green tea. Green tea has numerous health benefits, including weight loss and keeping you slim. It also helps in burning fat faster. However, it may not directly impact your bust size unless you have a lot of fats stored under your pectorals. Green tea has a chemical called catechins which are effective in reducing the size of your chest. So if you’re trying to reduce your bra size in an effective and safe way, drinking green tea…

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You might think that something as delicious as dark chocolate can’t possibly be acidic. However, the acidic properties of dark chocolate are similar to those found in other highly acidic foods such as lemons and limes. In fact, most people don’t eat enough lime or lemon because they are so acidic! But before you go throwing out your stash of cocoa beans, rest assured that while dark chocolate is acidic, it also contains many beneficial properties which make it a healthy choice. There is a lot of conflicting information regarding whether or not dark chocolate is acidic. Many sources will…

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Women swimmers and triathletes have no boobs. That’s because swimsuits cover them up. Most female athletes who swim competitively choose to do so in swimsuits, usually with tight-fitting tops and skintight bottoms. If a swimmer wants to show off her assets, she can wear a one-piece suit with no bra or bikini top. If you see women swimmers, you know they are women — and not men. That’s because most men wouldn’t be caught dead in the skintight suits that many women wear while swimming competitively (or just for fun). Even when men compete in similar swimwear, they don’t look…

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