The Whey To Weight Loss Part Ii

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Effects on serotonin, blood sugar regulation, and more! Although the above would probably be the major mechanisms by which whey could help the dieter, there are several secondary effects of whey that may assist in weight loss. For example, whey’s effects on serotonin levels. Serotonin is probably the most studied neurotransmitter since it has been […]


Milk Products Against Fats

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Most of you who are on diet are trying to use less milk. But this strategy might be inaccurate cutting of milk may increase your amount of fats. How does this work? The reason is obvious- lack of calcium slows down combustion of fats. If there is not enough of calcium the effect of ferments, […]


Diet How To Really Make Your Diet Work For You

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First of all, you need to understand, that your body needs a proper Balanced Nutrition Diet, with a proper daily amount of: vitamins, proteins, minerals and carbohydrates. Get into a habit of eating exactly 3 Meals a day. 1. Eat breakfast within one hour of rising. Breakfast provides at least 30 percent of the total […]


7 Top Foods To Include In Your Kid S Diet

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Here is a list of the top 7 healthiest foods to feed your kid and why it’s so healthy: 1. Oatmeal: A fabulous breakfast food, full of B vitamins, iron, zinc and calcium. Old-fashioned oatmeal offers plenty of carbohydrate for quick energy and high fiber. Add berries and honey to make it a delicious perfect […]


Eating For Two The Pregnant Woman S Diet

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Pregnant women have special dietary needs. They need to follow a healthy diet not only for their body, but more importantly for the development of their unborn child. The expression “eating for two” plainly describes this need for greater nutrient intake during pregnancy. Some women unfortunately interpret this as gorging on as much food as […]


Body Ph Balance And Effect On Bone Density

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Most people who suffer from unbalanced pH are acidic. This condition forces the body to borrow minerals — including calcium, sodium, potassium and magnesium — from vital organs and bones to buffer (neutralize) the acid and safely remove it from the body. Because of this strain, the body can suffer severe and prolonged damage due […]


What Are Kidney Stones

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Kidney stones are hard stone-like substance that forms in the kidneys. They may not trouble you as long as they are settled in one or both the kidneys. It is only when a kidney stone moves out of the kidney and enters the ureter (the tube that carries urine) on its way to the bladder […]


Beet A Great Fighter Of Diseases

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Beetroot is one of the most common ingredients used in a salad. With a hard exterior the sweet mouth-watering interior makes it worthwhile to have this vegetable. There are different types of beet like reddish-purple hue, other varieties like white, golden-yellow or sometimes even multi-colored. It has a good content of sugar in comparison to […]


The Nocturnal Obstruction

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Everyone experiences muscle cramps from time to time due to intense pain and an inability to use the affected leg muscles. It can occur at the front of the thigh (quadriceps), back of the thigh (hamstrings) and the lower legs or calves (gastrocnemius). A cramp can last from a few seconds to 15 minutes or […]


The Back Breaking Truth About Osteoporosis

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Osteoporosis is a disease that is common in women. Approximately ten million American, eight million women and two million men, are affected by this condition. What is Osteoporosis? Osteoporosis is a condition that features loss of the bone’s normal density. It leads to abnormally porous bone that is more compressible like a sponge, than dense […]


Night Creepers Called Cramps

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All of us from time to time have experienced muscle cramps. Muscle cramps occur when the muscles tighten due to overexertion and dehydration. When the body does not have enough fluids in the system, it can lead to an electrolyte imbalance that can cause muscle cramps. People often get cramps in their calves, thighs, hamstrings, […]


Caution Is Advised Before Undergoing Chelation Therapy

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Chelation therapy is the use of chelating agents to remove heavy metal ions from the body. Chelation (pronounced Kee la shun) therapy started during World War I when poison gas (Lewisite) affected soldiers were treated with a chelating agent Dimercapol also known as British Anti Lewisite (BAL). BAL had severe and painful side effects but […]


How What You Eat Effects Your Unborn Fetus S Teeth Scarborough Dentists

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Any Scarborough dentist will be able to tell you that what you eat can affect your fetus, and in particular the development of your baby’s jaw and future teeth. It’s not common for babies to be born with teeth, but this does happen in every one out of 2,000 to 3,000 births. These kinds of […]


The Importance Of Calcium

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Calcium is one of the most important nutrients your body needs to maintain health. It is essential to meet many of your bodies needs. Calcium play an important role in many body functions and development. Knowing how much calcium you need daily and where to get it can ensure that your body will reap the […]


Eating And Gaining Weight How To Control The Urge To Splurge

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I confess: I’m completely addicted to Pringles. My determination weakens every time I think about munching into one, hearing the crunch, and getting that first taste of its yummy flavor. Pure heaven. Although you don’t flip over chips, probably there’s another food that lures you into the refrigerator or the pantry cabinet. According to one […]


Taking Osteoporosis In Stride

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Most women suffer from osteoporosis after they hit their menopausal stage. Osteoporosis is a disease characterized by bones becoming so thin and fragile that they are more likely to break easily. Without treatment, this condition may progress without any sign of pain until a bone breaks. Fractures usually occurs in the hip, spine and wrist […]


Building Better Bones

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“It is a bone-deep change you are going into, my beloved,” counsels Grandmother Growth. “You must open to your very marrow for this transformation. No cell is to remain untouched. You are to open more than you ever dreamed you could open, more than you have opened in birth or in passion. You open now […]


Early Menopause Symptoms

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When a woman experiences menopause before the age of 40 it is termed perimenopause or early menopause. Early menopause symptoms are the same as those of normal menopause. Early menopause symptoms manifest themselves in the form of brittle bones, mood changes, heart disease and other problems. Early menopause symptoms are seen more in women who […]