I wonder if my African people realize drinking green tea for its health benefit is nutritionally very essential to the body, especially for its antioxidant properties and polyphenols (the substances that give green tea its many benefits). Green tea is rich in vitamins and minerals.
Africans, did you know perfume and cologne could be hazardous to health? I had to blog about this because I’ve noticed many Africans, especially our women, do not step out of their homes without smelling good – thereby spraying their body with synthetic perfumes.
Being discussed on InformAfrica.com is 4 reasons why Africans in America shouldn’t eat Tilapia fish. This four reasons on why not to eat tilapia fish also apply to global Africans in the United Kingdom and other diaspora nations where farm-raised tilapia is a common fish in their diet.
This is to inform fellow Africans, especially in diaspora, that inactivity can lead to a type of heart disease affecting the cardiovascular system. Inactivity such as sitting for long hours watching TV, long hours on a computer, among other factors, increases the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Africa information on the amazing health benefits of Bitter Kola, a powerful nut scientifically known as garcinia kola, is published on InformAfrica.com to inform fellow Africans on the continent and in diaspora on the importance of eating bitter kola for its healing powers.
Africans ought to stop eating too much rice which contains high levels of Arsenic, a carcinogenic compound that increase the risk of lung, skin, and bladder cancer, among other lifelong health problems.
The Miss Ghana 2012 Finals is set for Accra International Conference Center come Saturday November 10th 2012. Miss Ghana beauty contest is Ghana’s most prestigious, respected and internationally-recognized beauty pageant to come out of Africa.
Are you one of such Africans in diaspora eating farm raised Tilapia fish? Did you know the bad fat in Tilapia is hazardous to your health? Do you know what farm-raised fish are fed? InformAfrica tells you why farm-raised fish is not a healthy choice.
Philip Emeagwali is a supercomputer pioneer and scientist we must continue to celebrate and appreciate for his innovative work in various technology fields. He is one person I'll like to meet (we all should). -Kevin Onuma
Dr. Philip Emeagwali is a supercomputer pioneer, a mathematician, scientist, and engineer. Dr. Emeagwali is not only one of Africa’s greatest inventors; he is one of the greatest pioneer of all time.