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This Vegetable Will Make You Look 50% More Attractive

This Vegetable Will Make You Look 50% More Attractive

…or try the supplement that contains the same critical pigment. Yellow and red skin pigments are perceived as 50% more attractive in Caucasian people, new research finds. Although these pigments in the skin are supposed to be signals of good health, they can be faked. Taking beta-carotene supplement, for example, will have the same effect. Beta-carotene is the pigment that gives carrots — and other fruits and vegetables — a strong red/yellow colour. For this research 43 Caucasian men were…

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Fun Fact Friday

Fun Fact Friday

Hitting snooze on your alarm can make you more tired than if you had gotten up right away. We are subconsciously more attracted to people who have the same taste in music as we do. Warm colors such as yellow, orange and red make you hungry – Which is why many fast food restaurants are yellow, orange and red. Couples who spend at least 10 minutes a day laughing together are more likely to have a stronger relationship. Happy Friday!…

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Why We All Need Green In Our Lives

Why We All Need Green In Our Lives

(CNN) It’s the color of the Emerald Isle, the hue of sickness and envy, and a shade associated with grotesque monsters. And its most universal interpretation conjures imagery of nature, a vibrant symbol of the environmental movement and healthy living. Green, the mixture of blue and yellow, can be seen everywhere and in countless shades. In fact, the human eye sees green better than any color in the spectrum. This, along with many other facts about this earthly color, makes…

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Fun Fact Friday

Fun Fact Friday

Optimistic people are 23% less likely to die of cancer and 30% less likely to die from heart diseases. Porphyrophobia is the fear of the color purple. When people feel physically cold, they seek out psychological warmth, like watching a romantic movie that will make them feel warm inside. Optimistic people are 23% less likely to die of cancer and 30% less likely to die from heart diseases. Adults need 7-9 hours of sleep per day. Eating mangos one hour…

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Fun Fact Friday

Fun Fact Friday

It takes about 7 minutes for the average person to fall asleep. A “gut feeling” is a chemical signal that your stomach creates to warn the brain of danger. Fast food restaurants use yellow, red, and orange because those are the colors that stimulate hunger. In the next 30 seconds, you will, on average, produce 72 million red blood cells, shed 174,000 skin cells, and have 25 thoughts. Studies show those who don’t eat breakfast, or eat it only sometimes,…

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Fun Fact Friday

Fun Fact Friday

Coffee improves short term memory, creativity and alertness. Bees are directly responsible for the production of 70% of fruits, vegetables, seeds, and nuts that we consume on a daily basis. Faking a smile will actually boost your mood.   Chocolate, sex and laughter are all key to a healthy brain. North American school buses are yellow because humans see yellow faster than any other color, which is important for avoiding accidents. Eating strawberries can improve vision and also help to…

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Fun Fact Friday

Fun Fact Friday

Lonely people take longer, hotter showers or baths to replace the warmth they’re lacking socially or emotionally. Marilyn Monroe’s IQ(168) was higher than Einstein’s (160) Singing when tensed helps you avoid anxiety and depression. Too much stress and high blood pressure can lead to a condition called “hematidrosis” – where a person sweats blood.   80% of people keep their feelings to themselves because they believe it’s hard for others to understand their pain. North American school buses are yellow…

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Food dye amounts revealed in brand name products

Food dye amounts revealed in brand name products

Artificial food colouring in brand name products highlighted in new study By Anna Lazowski, CBC News     May 15, 2014 Colourful candy like M&M’s and Skittles are dyed with several artificial colours. Skittles has 33.3 mg of dye per serving. Artificial food colouring in packaged food tends to be listed on ingredient labels, but until now, the amount of food dye in brand name food products was a mystery. But a new study, published in the journal Clinical Pediatrics,…

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