Programs deliver success for overweight, diabetic patients

Via amednews-TANYA ALBERT HENRY

Participants in a VA program lost weight and kept it off. Patients with diabetes were even more likely to take part.

Large health system programs can help obese and overweight patients — especially those diagnosed with type 2 diabetes — make lifestyle changes that lead to a healthier existence, a study shows.

Researchers combed through data from more than 400,000 people who have participated in the VA Health Care System’s MOVE! program since 2005. MOVE! — short for Managing Overweight and/or Obesity for Veterans Everywhere — is a national program available to veterans, helping them … Read the rest

Eggs – Cholesterol and Weight Loss

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Do you eat eggs? If not you may want to consider adding this protein packed food to your meal plan.

 

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Eggs and diabetes

I love eggs! Do you love eggs? A recent study conducted on egg consumption and individuals with Type 2 Diabetes may cause you to reconsider eggs for your breakfast. 

 

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140 overweight people participated in this study and they were divided into 2 groups, group 1 was a low-egg group, consuming less than 2 eggs per week, Read the rest

Fit middle-aged men ‘at lower risk for some cancers’

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Very fit men in their late 40s are less likely to get lung cancer and colorectal cancer than unfit men, a study in JAMA Oncology suggests.

Their high fitness levels also appear to increase their chances of surviving cancer if they are diagnosed later on.

University of Vermont researchers said even small improvements in fitness could help to reduce cancer risk.

 

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Cancer Research UK said investigating links between men’s fitness levels and cancer risk was a new approach.

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Best Diet Plan to Lose Belly Fat

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Among the biggest problems of men and women these days is excess weight. More and more people are having this same problem because of lifestyle and diet. No one is safe from overweight issues or obesity, may it be young or old. But aside from the looks that some people worry about due to obesity, the bigger concern is health. Being fat makes everyone a target of different illness and pains as well a target for bullying. This is especially true with people who are developing bigger belly fat over time. Some, if not all overweight and obese, Read the rest

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Thanks to daily stressful lives, sun-damage, lack of proper nutrition and indulging excessively in processed and fast food, our skin, the largest organ in our body, is slowly giving up. 

Women in their late 20s and early 30s are already beginning to show signs of ageing. Here are some simple steps you can take to prevent it…

– Eat the correct foods Cells in your body and skin regenerate daily — however, without healthy food that is not possible. Eat fresh and non-processed food to encourage your skin to renew itself. Similarly, you skin also needs water to Read the rest

Want to know the best way to stave off grey hairs, clear dandruff and get rid of split ends? Eat walnuts, quinoa and peppers!.

Via dailymail.co.uk-  BETH GIBBONS

  • We will all do everything we can to avoid a bad hair day
  • The average woman will spend £28,520 on hair products in her lifetime
  • But is there a much easier (and cheaper) way to solve these problems?  As women, we’ll do anything to avoid a bad hair day. It’s predicted the average woman will spend £28,520 on hair products in her lifetime. But is it money down the drain?

 ‘No amount of pricey shampoos can compensate for an unbalanced diet,’ says Harley Street trichologist Sara Allison. ‘Many of my clients with thinning hair or problem Read the rest

13 Home Remedies for Acidity

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Our digestive system needs a little amount of hydrochloric acid along with other digestive juices so that the food that we eat gets broken down. Digestion done this way leads to the absorption of energies taken through food which is required for all our bodily functions. Acidity (acid dyspepsia) occurs when this hydrochloric acid in the stomach is produced in excess and also not used in digesting food. It then leads to various discomforts such as a general feeling of restlessness. There would be heartburn or acid reflex, and sometimes this feeling of nausea or even vomiting. You Read the rest

Dr Oz :100 Weight Loss Tips

 

Via doctoroz.com

  1. Automate your eating by planning your meals ahead of time. That way you’re less likely to make an unhealthy last-minute food choice.
  2. Oats are your friends! Eating a cup of oatmeal in the morning will prevent you from gorging in the afternoon.
  3. Foods with healthy fats such as olives, salmon and walnuts help you feel satisfied.

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  1. Skipping meals can cause your body to go into a fat-storing starvation mode, making it harder
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Herbal Skin Care

Herbal skin care if it works. Since antiquity the use of plants to cure diseases and enhance the beauty has been common practice. For thousands of years the natural remedies has been the only alternative to face and overcome diseases.

Plants have also been used to enhance the beauty and skin, especially skin care.

Modern Dermatology uses the active principles of plants and are used internally and externally as herbal skin care.

Herbal skin care with  Aloe Vera

For Herbal skin care, aloe,  it is one of the most powerful plants in the world, and there are … Read the rest

10 Health Benefits of Pumpkin Seeds

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Pumpkin seeds are valuated as a source of zinc and their consumption is recommended as a good way of obtaining this nutrient.

These seeds are nutritional supremacy injection wrapped up in a very small package, because of their content of magnesium, protein, manganese, copper, phytosterols, free-radical scavenging antioxidant and zinc. Pumpkin seeds offer many potential perks and have many health benefits.

 We present you several health benefits of pumpkin seeds

 Improves Prostate and Bladder Health

About 60% of men over the age of 50 suffer from benign prostate enlargement. Pumpkin seeds are valuated as an important Read the rest