Foods that strengthen bones and teethMilk
Milk contains several important nutrients; a glass of milk (200ml) will give you calcium, protein, iodine, potassium, phosphorus and vitamins B2 and B12.  There's a reason milk is the poster child for calcium. Eight ounces of fat-free milk will cost you 90 calories, but provide you with 30% of your daily dose of calcium.

Yogurt
Yogurt is made by bacterial fermentation of milk, a process that may boost digestive health because it produces the same good bacteria found in the gut. Plus, some yogurt contains additional good bacteria known as probiotics.
It is also a good source of Protein, Vitamin B12, Pantothenic Acid, Potassium and Zinc, and a very good source of Riboflavin, Calcium and Phosphorus.

Cheese
Cheese can be high in sodium and fat, but it also delivers powerful nutrients. A 1-ounce serving can pack up to a third of your daily calcium, plus protein and vitamin D, a critical nutrient many people don't get enough of. calcium in cheese helps maintain strong bones and teeth.
NOTE: Cheese should never be taken in excess.

Is coffee much deeper than it appears? David Robson meets a philosopher who certainly thinks so – he's attempting to use the drink to probe the human mind.
It's like I'm drinking the dying embers of a log-fire – smoky and tinged with the tang of creosote. As I concentrate harder, I notice its smooth, viscous texture that seems to mask a sharper undertone – like a blade cloaked in velvet.

I've never paid so much attention to a cup of coffee in my life. I'm not sure I've grasped its secrets just yet. But if I do, I'm told it might just offer me a glimpse of some of the big questions in life.

overweight does not necessarily equal unhealthy.
There are actually plenty of overweight people who are in excellent health, Conversely, many normal weight people have the metabolic problems associated with obesity, That's because the fat under the skin is actually not that big of a problem (at least not from a health standpoint... it's more of a cosmetic problem).It's the fat in the abdominal cavity, the belly fat, that causes the biggest issues
If you have a lot of excess fat around your waistline, even if you're not very heavy, then you should take some steps to get rid of it.
Belly fat is usually estimated by measuring the circumference around your waist. This can easily be done at home with a simple tape measure. Anything above 40 inches (102 cm) in men and 35 inches (88 cm) in women, is known as abdominal obesity. There are actually a few proven strategies that have been shown to target the fat in the belly area more than other areas of the body.