Monthly Archives: May 2017
Via greenmedinfo- Sayer Ji
A groundbreaking new study published in Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry reveals that curcumin, a golden-hued compound in turmeric, may provide a unique solution for overweight individuals by altering the composition of fat cells in their bodies in favor of the calorie-burning type.
Obesity and overweight are global epidemics today, and are largely due to the now virtually universal Western type diet of highly processed, genetically modified, chemical contaminated, and evolutionarily incompatible foods, and which can have severe if not sometimes lethal adverse health effects.
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If WE do not ACT NOW..
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Hair loss can be devastating for the millions of men and women who experience it. Now scientists are reporting that a substance from honeybee hives might contain clues for developing a potential new therapy. They found that the material, called propolis, encouraged hair growth in mice.
ir loss can be devastating for the millions of men and women who experience it. Now scientists are reporting that a substance from honeybee hives might contain clues for developing a potential new therapy. They found that the material, called propolis, encouraged hair growth in mice. The study appears in ACS’ Journal … Read the rest
There’s a limit to how much nourishment expensive shampoos, conditioners and serums can provide to your hair!
If you want a naturally lustrous-looking mane, you will need to consume certain foods in your diet that will provide sustenance to your hair from deep within. The following are foods that you should consume daily for beautiful, stronger hair.
Eggs: These contain a special vitamin called biotin. This helps in hair growth and also helps renew hair follicles, so that you get thicker hair. In fact, lack of biotin can create dry, brittle hair, which makes it susceptible to breaking. … Read the rest
From the man who invented the revolutionary Fast Diet: The 2-minute-a-week home workout… and, yes it WILL get you fit
Via dailymail.co.uk – MICHAEL MOSLEY
- High Intensity Training can give you same benefits as traditional approach
- Two minutes of intense exercise a day can make a significant difference
- Benefits include improved aerobic fitness, endurance and reduced body fat
- · This forms the basis of what Dr Michael Mosley has called Fast Exercise
There is a belief that the more time you spend exercising, the better. Not so.
High Intensity Training (HIT) has caused a stir because studies done over the past decade have shown that as little as two minutes of intense exercise a day can make a significant difference.… Read the rest
How eating avocado could save your life: Fruit ‘lowers cholesterol, reducing the risk of heart disease’
Via dailymail.co.uk LISA RYAN
- Scientists revealed swapping solid fats for avocado boosts your health
- Eating avocado ‘significantly reduces’ cholesterol levels, study found
- Lowering cholesterol and cutting out solid fats helps with weight loss
- And, high cholesterol is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease
- As a result, avocados reduce the risk of heart disease, scientists said
They are a great addition to a salad or smoothie.
But for many, the avocado has come to be seen as a guilty pleasure.
Though classed as a fruit, it is not typical in the fact that rather than being high in carbohydrate, avocados … Read the rest
Via health.com- Jessica Girdwain
weak your lifestyle
by Jessica Girdwain
From Health magazine
It’s a familiar story: You pledge to honor a daily elliptical routine and count every last calorie. But soon, you’re eating cupcakes at the office and grabbing happy hour mojitos, thinking, Oops, diet over.
There is a better way: Swap the all-or-nothing approach for one or two healthy switch-ups in your daily routine. “Doing this can lead to more weight loss than you ever imagined,” says Marissa Lippert, RD, author of The Cheater’s Diet.
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Fasting diet ‘slows ageing and prolongs life’: Cutting calorie intake by half for five days a month slashes the risk of cancer, heart disease and diabetes
Via www.dailymail.co.uk/health By COLIN FERNANDEZ
- Fasting helps lower the risk of cancer, heart disease and diabetes
- But it’s not practical so scientists devised a diet that mimics fasting
- Dieters cut calorie intake by between 34 and 54% for five consecutive days
- For the other 25 days a month people go back to eating their normal diet Cutting the number of calories you eat by up to half for five days a month will help you live longer, scientists today revealed.
People who underwent less than a week of a heavily restricted diet showed fewer signs of ageing, diabetes, heart disease … Read the rest
Ya Farzin used to be big. Now he just dreams big.
The 28-year-old Bethesda, Md., resident, who lost 200 pounds several years ago and went on to become a personal trainer, is trying to “do something great for the fitness industry.” To that end, he and a partner have created a free mobile app called Heat Running, which aims to turn monotonous exercise into a fun, rewarding contest.
The app puts users into a race that they can see on their iPhones (there’s no Android version yet), “a virtual Mario Kart kind of thing,” as Farzin put it, referring to … Read the rest
Via .naturalnews.com-Celeste Smucker
(NaturalNews) The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports that 68 percent of adults over the age of 20 are overweight, half of whom are considered obese. Of course obesity is also strongly linked to many other health problems including heart disease, type 2 diabetes and cancer. The economic costs are enormous. A 2011 article in the The Lancet estimates the annual medical costs of these diseases will increase by as much as $60 billion by 2030. While there is no magic solution to weight loss, research supports a number of health benefits of dark chocolate for this… Read the rest
NEW YORK (PIX11) – Instead of using creams, pills or going to the doctor, hair loss can be treated at home using a so-called laser helmet, according to the device’s creators.
Theradome’s creation was supported by an IndieGoGo campaign that surpassed its goal by nearly 1,000 percent. Some 1,265 backers donated nearly $470,000 to make the device.
Users place the helmet on their heads, flip a switch and sit for a 20-minute session twice a week. The device’s manufacturer touts its ability to reduce hair loss and promote new hair growth in three to four months.
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