Tag: healthy

  Yorùbá:  Egbèje ìràwọ̀, kò le mọ́lẹ̀ t’ósùpá. English:  One thousand and four hundred stars can not illuminate as moon. Usage:  This proverb is used to boast of one’s healthiness. PS: Need Yoruba language services?  Contact us.

  Yorùbá:  Ọmọ ti kò le rákòrò ni’lé kò le ni le rìn l’ájò. English:. A child that cannot crawl at home will not be able to walk in foreign land. Usage:.  It is used to show that charity begins…

Proverbs are wholesome sayings with profound meanings.  They are at the core of Yoruba culture. The use of proverbs are common with the elders in the society during discussions among themselves, or when talking to the young ones.  The young…

Heart disease, otherwise known as “cardiovascular disease,” takes on different forms.  It can occur in form of irregular heartbeat rhythm, blockage of heart blood vessels, or congenital heart defects. However, you can prevent this disease in two major ways: first,…

‘Health is wealth’, is a common saying.  Many have used their wellness to buy wealth, and then pay all they have earned to get back their health.  However, you can enjoy healthiness by cultivating these ten habits: Eat Breakfast Breakfast…

20 Top Healthy Fruits and Their Benefits Generally, fruits guarantee optimum health and wholesomeness, however the following standout as natural sources of vitamins and minerals which are essential for your well-being. 1. 1.    Helps in losing weight. 2.    Improves eyesight.…

Yorùbá:  Ẹgbẹ ẹyẹ l’ẹyẹ nwọ tọ. English: Birds of the same feathers flock together. Usage:  To express the fact that people of like minds are comfortable being among themselves. Issues that relate to co-operation, teamwork, and teamspirit dominate discussions on…

Yorùbá:  Èniyàn kì í f’owó ra òyì, kó má kọ ọ l’ójú. English:  One does not buy giddiness with money, for it not to make  one dizzy. Usage:   This proverb is used to show that people want value for  money. …