Scheduling your meal times and sticking to them is very vital. It might feel very satisfying to consume supper late at night, but this comes with several consequences. This could be nightmares, digestion problems, and weight gain. Let’s find out when you should stop eating at night and why.

When to Stop Eating at Night

One of the factors that determine your time to stop eating is your bedtime. Others may be the amount you have consumed and what you have eaten. Ensure you consume your last meal three or four hours before sleeping. …


Inflammation is the process through which the body’s white blood cells protect it against illness, infection, or injury. There are also two types of inflammation: acute inflammation and chronic inflammation. Acute inflammation is necessary to heal the body and has signs like pain, redness, warmth, or swelling. During chronic inflammation, on the other hand, an individual is only aware that he or she has inflammation when symptoms start to occur. Chronic inflammation is the problem type as it occurs if the body’s immune system is trying to fend off an infection but is not succeeding. …


Every now and then, life’s pressures can have you feeling down. More often than not, your diet can also be a big factor. If you are ever feeling sad, anxious, or depressed, your diet can either be the cause or the solution. Food fuels our bodies and our minds, so it’s important to pay attention to what you are eating. Here are the five healthy foods you should try when you’re feeling depressed:

Omega-3s

The best mood-boosting food you can consume when you are struggling with depression are foods rich in omega-3s. Many studies have shown foods rich in omega-3s…


Most people don’t get enough sleep, and most people know that a lack of sleep can lead to some significant health problems. What many people are not aware of is that the position that one sleeps in at night may also affect one’s health. Certain sleeping positions are better than others when it comes to preventing back problems, as well as some other disorders.

Sleeping on one’s back is the best overall sleep position. Sleeping on the back helps support the spine and keeps both the neck and spine in a proper alignment. Sleeping on one’s back is also helpful…


Traveling the world is a part of many people’s lives with the goal of experiencing new cultures and seeing some of the most iconic landmarks around the globe. Flying, however, is typically the least enjoyable part for most. Aside from the tediousness of navigating your way through airport security and waiting for flight times, the actual flight itself can pose a number of public health concerns that often fall by the wayside.

While in-flight safety and technology has come a remarkably long way since the first commercial airplane, traveling at extreme heights is always challenging to the human body. At…


In this article, we explore the growing population of Las Vegas, the economy, and its effect on the field of healthcare. Since the early 2000s, the population in Las Vegas was approximately 500,000. Today, that number has reached roughly 640,000. This has been attributed to the growing economy, and, thus, the expansion of healthcare within Nevada’s largest city.

In 2017, the NHL planted their feet in Las Vegas by adding the Vegas Golden Knights. Another professional team will be relocating to the city, as the Oakland Raiders plan to call Las Vegas home in 2020. …


Everyone has a different fitness goal. Some people want to gain muscle mass. Some people want to lower their body fat percentage. There are also those health seekers who wish to accomplish both of these goals simultaneously by getting thinner and leaner while also building muscle mass. Because losing weight requires a reduction in calories and increasing muscle requires an increase in calories, this approach is difficult, but not impossible. It requires a lot of patience and a combination of cardio exercise and strength training.

The American Council on Exercise (ACE) has stated that, in addition to all the work…


Trying to take off a few pounds is tough. Snacks can help keep the hunger at bay, but they also contain calories and can derail even the most conscientious weight loss efforts. The good news is that nutrition professionals generally agree on one thing — snacking to lose weight can be a boon or bust depending on how it’s done. For a slimmer waistline, choose some of the following foods to nosh on between meals.

Apples and Peanut Butter

Peanut butter has about 200 calories per not-so-generous serving, but it’s also packed with filling protein. Dip slices of a fiber-rich…


When it comes to salads, most have a very black and white idea of how a salad should look: mixed greens, carrots, onions, tomatoes, croutons, cheese, and your favorite dressing. While salads are always a healthy option, adding different toppings throughout the week helps to increase the variety of nutrients gained from the salad and help to “spice” it up.

Check out these top ideas for adding more flavor and nutrition to your salad.

Tofu — For those who have never tried it, it may not be the easiest choice to put it on a salad. But don’t let its…


Maintaining a consistent jogging schedule while you train for a marathon is important, but you also need to know how to properly refuel your body after a strenuous run. This means not just knowing what to eat and drink, but knowing how to pace yourself. Here are some tips that can help.

Hydrate Yourself, but Don’t Drink Too Fast

You obviously need to hydrate yourself after a long run, but you have to be careful not to drink too quickly. …

Zeeshan Hoodbhoy

Zeeshan Hoodbhoy: non-practicing medical grad & 2018 residency candidate; music/entertainment entrepreneur; nutritional consultant. http://drzeeshanhoodbhoy.com

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