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Monday, 29 June 2015

How to Lose Weight by Water Therapy

Experts have proven to us that we are more than 70 percent water just as some internal organs such as the brain, etc. And because we are made from the earth which is also made up of about 70 per cent water, and so are we. And as scientific research has shown - water is a cleanser; experts say for this reason, water can help you to lose that excess weight or fat.

You can get rid of the fat

Thursday, 18 June 2015

How Fish Meals Can Promote Good Health: Enrich Your Heart, Deal with Cancer

Today it has become very necessary to watch what you eat because of the myriad of sicknesses and diseases that plague mankind. And going by the fact that cholesterol has become a clog as it were, in the wheel of progress of healthy living, scientists would also let us know that not all fatty foods are bad for you. Experts say not all forms of oil or fats are cholesterol forming; in fact, there are good fats and bad fats.

The truth is that some forms of fats actually fight off cholesterol (bad fats) while at the same time defending, healing, and nourishing the body. Typical among these is fish oil which you can easily obtain by consuming a great deal of fish and fish meals.

Fish - a healthy and safe animal protein, and source of Omega 3 fats

Fish is one of the best foods you can get to eat because of the numerous nutritional benefits it has to offer as well as the safety and assurance you get from consuming this important source of animal protein. Consuming fish or a fish diet is so healthy in that it contains apart from protein, a rich measure of good fats such as Omega 3 fatty acids; it has proven to deal with heart disease as well as elevate the health of your brain, etc experts say.

The Gains of Consuming Fish

If you form a habit of eating fish, medical health research has pointed out the following health benefits you will derive aside the fact that it is capable of warding off a good number of diseases and disorders:

Cardiovascular disease – If you eat fish every week it will certainly help you to reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke; it does this by fighting off blood clots and any form of inflammations thereby improving blood vessel elasticity, reducing your blood pressure, depleting blood fats and giving you instead, good fats or cholesterol.

Thursday, 11 June 2015

How to Raise Your Testosterone Levels through Exercise and Stress Control

The testosterone is a potent androgenic hormone produced chiefly by the testes; it is responsible for the development of male secondary sex characteristics – it is very important to every male that it functions at its best. Experts say that for every man out there, your level of testosterone may be linked with how fit or otherwise you are. And so it has been established that exercise may very well help to jerk up your testosterone levels and also control your stress levels.

Looking good is feeling good

Besides, they say several factors are involved apart from just your exercise; and so there is so much that we have to learn considering exercise, fitness and your testosterone levels. But nevertheless, they say that exercise has to be made a regular habit so as to keep yourself functioning at tip-top levels while fully benefiting from your testosterone high.

It is established however that, once after you have done your exercise, your testosterone level is beefed up, sometimes for up to about 15 minutes, and other times it may be up to an hour after the exercise that it is elevated. Exercise has so many other health benefits, but experts are still pondering on what clear health effects the temporary boost can have on you altogether.

Friday, 5 June 2015

How to Control Asthma; Lifestyle, Irritants, the Environment Can Trigger an Attack

It has been established that several factors may be responsible for your asthma attacks, and you should be aware of them. It is these same factors that lead to difficulties or crises experienced by sufferers such as difficulty in breathing, tightness in the chest, coughing in the early morning and night, and wheezing; these are the main signs of this ailment which affects the lungs. Scientists explain that the causative agents usually are factors such as some specific foods, dust, allergens and many other irritants which are capable of triggering an asthma attack.

How the lungs work: courtesy www.natureworldnews.com

In asthma attacks, the airways which comprise of tiny tubes that carry air to and from the lungs become inflamed, and as a result they become narrowed, thereby restricting the flow of air into the lungs. This, experts say is what leads to asthma symptoms like coughing, breathlessness, wheezing, and the rest. Researchers say so far, about 300 million people all over the world have the disease, causing an estimated 250,000 deaths each year!

Asthma affects people of all ages, but it is known to start most often during childhood. Rapid urbanisation, coupled with environmental factors has however been associated with an increased prevalence of this disease experts say. And according to Dr. Saheed Babajide, a medical practitioner, “asthma is a chronic respiratory problem. It is caused by a constriction in the bronchus from allergic reaction which makes the patient not to be able to breathe in and out. It is difficulty in breathing; it can be likened to somebody that is a sickler. Some can have it early. Some can develop it through the environment and due to allergic reactions. That is exposure to things that can make the bronchus to contract.”