Peanuts, Peanut Butter May Help prevent Obesity

Peanuts, Peanut Butter May Help prevent Obesity

by Tony in General Health 202 Views Mar 6, 2016

According to the centers for disease control and prevention about 12.9 million children and adolescents between the ages 2 and 19 are obese. In a recent study conducted by the researchers at the university of Houston department of health and human performance (HHP) Baylor college of medicine and Texas woman’s University have discovered that middle school children that were at risk of being obese were able to reduce their body mass index (BMI) when they stick on Continue reading →

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Importance of Fitness to have a great health

Importance of Fitness to have a great health

by Tony in Fitness 213 Views Mar 5, 2016

Over the past few decades humans are literally getting advantages from new scientific technologies and became inanimate object front of the computers. So all of the necessary duties are been doing by the machines nowadays, such as washing clothes, cooking, and so on. Continue reading →

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How to Have a Healthy Lifestyle

How to Have a Healthy Lifestyle

by Tony in Lifestyle 206 Views Mar 4, 2016

When you come across the words fitness and health, what crosses your mind is the diet. This is true considering that the major cause of our health problems nowadays is our diet. As our lifestyles improve, we tend to change our eating habit and go for fatty foods, meat and drinks such as alcohol just because we can afford them. We therefore end up spoiling our fitness and the health status of our bodies. Below we are going to discuss the tips to help you stay healthy and physically fit. Continue reading →

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The Five Components of Health-Related Fitness

The Five Components of Health-Related Fitness

by Tony in Fitness 206 Views Mar 3, 2016

Most people already have a pre-conceived notion of what a physically fit person should be. Some may think of it regarding massive muscles while others will favour a perfect hourglass figure. However, unknown to most people, fitness is not defined by physical appearance. Five components should Continue reading →

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Why Drinking Green Tea will Change your Life for the Better

Why Drinking Green Tea will Change your Life for the Better

by Tony in Food & Diet 194 Views Mar 1, 2016

Green tea originated in China long ago, although now it is drunk all over the world. It is the oldest type of tea we know of, and is thought to have first been brewed as early as 2737BC. 4,000 years later and we are still drinking it and raving about the health benefits. Even the experts in health have jumped on board to big up the benefits of drinking green tea. But is it really all that great Continue reading →

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Scientists make significant anti-aging breakthrough

Scientists make significant anti-aging breakthrough

by Tony in General Health 210 Views Feb 28, 2016

Scientists have discovered the activity of a key metabolic enzyme called mitochondria complex II found in the batteries of the human skin cell. This enzyme is believed to play a vital role in how the skin age. According to the researchers, the recent discovery may lead to developing powerful anti-aging treatment and cosmetics that will help remedy the decline in the enzyme’s activity level and can lead to better understanding of how other organs age. This may lead to more drug developments for age related disease, including cancer Continue reading →

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This is your brain on exercise

This is your brain on exercise

by Tony in General Health 234 Views Feb 26, 2016

Exercise have always been associated with weight loss, blood pressure reduction, etc.now, a recent research from the university of California have linked exercise with mental fitness according to the study, intense exercise boosts the level of two common neurotransmitters glutamate and gamma-amino butyric acid, GABA these two neuro -transmitters are responsible for chemical messaging within the brain. Continue reading →

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Effects of junk food 

Effects of junk food 

by Tony in Food & Diet 196 Views Feb 23, 2016

Chips, burgers, fried chicken, ice cream and soft drinks, these are foods that have dominated this generation with an appallingly high population embracing them as real meals. Unknown to most people are the damning effects that come with consumption of such foods. Continue reading →

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Exposure to air pollution may increase risk of obesity

Exposure to air pollution may increase risk of obesity

by Tony in General Health 315 Views Feb 20, 2016

Scientists have found a link between air pollution and obesity. In a study that will appear in March issue of the federation of American societies for experimental biology (FASEB) Continue reading →

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Aerobic Fitness May Protect Liver Against Excessive alcohol consumption

Aerobic Fitness May Protect Liver Against Excessive alcohol consumption

by Tony in General Health 250 Views Feb 18, 2016

Binge alcohol consumption has been the lead cause of most chronic diseases such as fatty liver disease and cirrhosis. According to centers of disease control and prevention, excessive intake of alcohol is the cause of over Continue reading →

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