Monthly Archives: January 2017

How do you lose weight and keep it off?

Via bbc.co.uk- Helen Whewell

Stop the yo-yo diets

Many of us are overweight and one in six are currently trying to lose the pounds. But well over half of people dieting find they just put the weight back on.

I was refused important medical treatment unless I lost a considerable amount of weight. I’d been thinner before, but knew I needed to find a way of losing weight – permanently.

So how do we stop yo-yo dieting? While you should always get personalised advice from a health professional, here are some methods I used to achieve long term weight loss.… Read the rest

Compound found in grapes, red wine may help prevent memory loss.

Via sciencedaily.com/

A compound found in common foods such as red grapes and peanuts may help prevent age-related decline in memory, according to new research.

A compound found in common foods such as red grapes and peanuts may help prevent age-related decline in memory, according to new research published by a faculty member in the Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine

 

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How to Lose 20 Pounds in a Month by Consuming only One Ingredient!

Via bestherbalhealth.com

How to lose 20 pounds in a month? Well the fastest and healthiest method of losing weight is to accelerate the metabolism. In other words, you don’t need to radically change the diet, changing the spices you use in each meal should be enough.

Fasting is not a smart move when you are trying to lose weight. In case you make a good combination of the foods you eat, if you rely consume completely natural ingredients that can boost the metabolism, those extra pounds will be dropped quickly.

The scientists, who work at the Iranian University of Read the rest

5 foods for your hair

Via timesofindia

Suffering from hair loss? Include these foods in your diet to maintain healthy mane.

Eggs: Rich in biotin, a B vitamin essential for hair growth and overall scalp health, eggs are great for hair. Include these protein-rich foods in your diet or you can even opt for a homemade hair mask containing egg and olive oil. Mix two egg whites with four tablespoons of olive oil. Make it into a thick paste and apply it on your hair. Leave it for 30 minutes and then rinse. Some other high-biotin foods include peanuts, almonds, wheat bran, avocado and low-fat … Read the rest

Laser Hair Removal London Information

By PC. Luis Quiroz Ravines

The men and particularly women, at all times have sought to enhance their beauty by removing the unwanted hair from different parts of the body that were uncomfortable and unattractive. Women have used knives, depilatory creams and other options at their disposal to this goal. For more than 20 years of experimented with a solution that could be effective to remove the anti aesthetic hair. It is the hair removal laser which is available since 1990 and although it is not permanent because many patients experience new hair growth after several months or years from … Read the rest

6 foods for healthy hair

Via indiatimes.com

While eating healthy for good skin is a known fact, did you know that your hair can also reap the benefits?

Shampoos and conditioners can do only so much — what you eat is even more important. Experts say that the nutrients you consume help fortify your hair follicles as well as your scalp. Here are some foods that are known to do wonders for your tresses…

Salmon
Packed with vitamin D and protein, which make your hair stronger, the omega-3 fatty acids found in salmon help your body grow hair. Other sources of essential fatty acids include Read the rest

Here’s some hair-raising news! New hope for baldness cure after scientists find way to trigger growth using white blood cells

Via dailymail.co.uk By-DAN BLOOM FOR MAILONLINE

  • Method discovered by accident at Spain’s main cancer research centre
  • Researcher found mice given anti-inflammatory drugs grew extra hair
  • Study now claims link was due to complex cells called macrophages
  • Infection-fighters activated nearby stem cells responsible for hair growth
  • Author: Method could allow regeneration without need for a transplant

A researcher’s accidental discovery could pave the way for a baldness cure by harnessing the power of white blood cells.

The cancer expert was testing anti-inflammatory drugs on mice when she was surprised to discover they were growing extra fur, so investigated what was … Read the rest

Secrets to staying slim forever

Via .indiatimes.com

Most people struggle with weight. You may eat healthy and exercise regularly but there may be another problem.

For too long, people have lived under a ‘clean your plate’ mentality. From a young age, people are trained to eat everything before them, whether they fill up or not. Overeating is a serious problem, but you can put an end to it with ease.

 

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Along with avoiding uttering the phrase ‘super-size’, there are measures you can take to stop yourself from eating too much. It may seem difficult, Read the rest

Fresh produce program gains momentum in weight-loss fight

Via amednews.com  – CHRISTINE S. MOYER 

Although small gains recently have been reported against the obesity epidemic among U.S. adults and children, obesity rates remain too high, experts say.

More doctors are writing prescriptions for a proven weight-loss treatment with no negative side effects — fresh vegetables and fruits.

The initiative, known as the Fruit and Vegetable Prescription Program, was started by the Connecticut-based nonprofit Wholesome Wave in 2010. The organization aims to improve access and affordability of fresh, locally grown produce to underserved communities.

The program targets overweight and obese children and pregnant women. It requires that they use … Read the rest

New Drug Helps Some Bald Patients Regrow Hair

Via New York Times

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he first thing Brian H. noticed was that he could grow a real beard. It had been years since that had been possible, years he spent bedeviled by hair loss on his head, face, arms and legs.

Brian, 34, who asked that his last name be withheld to protect his privacy, suffers from alopecia areata, an autoimmune disease afflicting about 1 percent of men and women, causing hair to fall out, often all over the body. He believes that the “mangy patches” of baldness that have plagued him since his 20s have cost him … Read the rest