Via dailymail.co.uk- JO RHODES
Eating too quickly, not enough sleep and counting calories: The ten hidden reasons your diet isn’t working… and how to fix them
- Personal trainer James Staring reveals exclusive advice on dieting
- Says there are 10 key reasons why most healthy eating regimes fail
- Reavels counting calories, drinking alcohol prevent us from losing weight
Many women have put themselves through a punishing diet, only to step on the scales and find their weight has not budged – or worse – it’s crept up.
There are a whole of things that could be slipping us up, many of … Read the rest
- Mild behavioural impairment is regarded as a pre-dementia syndrome
- New 35-question test searches for behavioural changes in people at risk
- Doctors would be able to identify if people are on course for Alzheimer’s
- Proposed scale could be used to help caregivers of dementia patients
By STEPHEN MATTHEWS FOR MAILONLINE
A simple personality test could be used to detect the very early signs of Alzheimer’s, scientists claim.
Symptoms of mild behavioural impairment (MBI) – a condition which experts believe can predict the onset of dementia – could be diagnosed through a checklist, experts say.
Mood and behaviour changes … Read the rest
Via chicagotribune.com – Matt Gallagher
One of the hot topics in health and nutrition is a method of eating called intermittent fasting. Some claim this is the secret to lose lots of weight without much effort, and others feel this is just too extreme to work well for fat loss.
First, what exactly is intermittent fasting? Simply put, it is a way of structuring your daily calories to promote fat loss or weight maintenance. Most methods involve one daily period of time where a person will fast, in which this person doesn’t consume any calories and subsists on water, coffee … Read the rest
By Luis Quiroz Ravines
The anti hair loss shampoos are modern creations totally different from the first shampoos . The first shampoo is sold in London under the name of " Shaempoo " and its manufacturer was Kasey Hebert and was a mixture of boiled soap flavored with herbs and used it to give fragrance and shine. . The first synthetic non-soap shampoo was developed around 1930
Shampoo is a product that cleans and degreases the hair and shampoo industry annually moving billions of dollars around the world. Most common shampoos communicate shine and softness to the hair and to … Read the rest
Via youngandraw– Naomi Teeter
It’s been almost six years since I first lost half of my body size.
A tremendous amount of reflection and self-growth has happened since then. The biggest lesson I learned is that a person doesn’t just lose 125 pounds and keep it off long term without doing the real work. The “real work” consists of the soul-searching truths that come with sustained weight loss.
Here’s what I now hold as my 10 truths:
- Being “big boned” doesn’t actually run in my family.
If you come from a heavy-set family like I do, you’ve probably heard … Read the rest
Are you among those who pop a pill every time you experience some pain? Well, it’s time you turn to your kitchen. There are so many natural remedies available that can be utilized for your overall well being.
Have a look:
Menstrual pain: Mix the juice of 2-3 lemons in cold water and have it every day for relief.
Chronic headache: Peel and chop apple. Dash some salt and have it the first thing in the morning.
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Flatulence: Mix about 1/4th spoon of baking soda … Read the rest
By PC. Luis Quiroz Ravines
In their quest to find baldness cure or define its causes, a team of researchers led by Dr. Tomohide Yamada made an important discovery linking male pattern baldness with an increased risk of coronary problems. BMJ-British Medical Journal published the news the same that was reproduced by ScienceDaily.
The research is a comparative summary of about 800 studies regarding the topic with 6 defined criteria and involving more than 40,000 men over 11 years.
After an exhaustive analysis they determined that 32% of bald men or with advanced baldness, they were more likely to suffer … Read the rest
Via .bbc.com/news/health- Smitha Mundasad
simple breath test could help predict whether people with gut problems are at high risk of developing stomach cancer, an early study shows.
It detects chemical compounds in people’s breath, in an attempt to distinguish unique “breath prints” in those with risky pre-cancerous changes.
Experts say if proven in large trials, it could spot patients on the brink of cancer so they can be treated earlier.
But more work is needed to validate the test, which appears in the journal Gut.
SAVE THE EARTH PLANET!
‘Sniffing signals’… Read the rest
By PC. Luis Quiroz Ravines
In the United States live 42 million people identified as black american, of which almost half are women, constitute 13.6% of the American population and only between 2000 and 2010 grew in a 15.4%. One of the concerns of African American women is their hair, because it presents particular characteristics, for example, grows more slowly, contains less water and break more easily than the Caucasian hair. Curly hair curves make it difficult for hydration and the flow of natural oils for the hair shaft and it loses elasticity and is naturally drier.
To solve these … Read the rest
Via dailymail.co.uk/health-LIZZIE PARRY FOR MAILONLINE
- Scientists reviewed the results of 12 different studies into diet plans
- Found those who eliminated all meat and dairy products lost 2.5kg – more than 5lbs – more than those on non-vegetarian weight-loss plans
- Vegetarian dieters also lost more weight – an average of 2kg more
- Doctor says high levels of wholegrains, fruit and vegetables could help
Cut out carbs, eat a high-protein diet and fast for two days a week.
All are popular dieting plans, and all promise to help followers shed pounds.
But scientists have discovered the best way to lose … Read the rest