General Health

Sleep And Weightloss

by Tony 747 Views Jan 7, 2013

Can insufficient sleep make you lose or gain weight? for years sleep and weight loss has been an on going debate,it has now been confirmed that sleep play a vital role in weight loss. In one of the studies used on the comentary,110 men and women were placed on a diet with less calorie content for eleven weeks one of the group got 6.5 hours of sleep and the other got 8.5 hours of sleep at night. At the end of the study period the group that got 6.5 hours of sleep lost less body fat than those group that got 8.5 hour of sleep. Continue reading →

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Exposing the link: Organic food and weight loss

Exposing the link: Organic food and weight loss

by Tony 866 Views Jul 22, 2013

With the increasing popularity, many people are gaining awareness on the farming methods involved in producing organic food. Essentially, the production of organic food does not include artificial or chemical elements such as pesticides, fertilizers, etc. As a result, organic foods are safer, healthier, and tastier than conventionally produced items. Many people commonly recognize organic foods as a healthy option. However, it is unknown to most people that an organic diet has a positive impact on weight loss. Basically, restricted calorie intake is an important requirement for people with weight loss targets. However, a lowered amount of calories is not the only way to lose weight and retain the results. It is imperative to meet an individual’s daily nutritional needs by introducing wholesome foods in the daily diet plan. Needless to say, organic foods efficiently meet these requirements of healthy eating. The following factors result in weight loss through the consumption of an organic diet: Continue reading →

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The Effect Of Saturated Fat Consumption On Genetic Obesity Risk

by Tony 753 Views Jun 6, 2014

In case you are obese in nature through genetic inheritance, limiting saturated fat intake can help a lot. In fact, it is applicable to people who have the tendency of becoming obese through genetic assumption. In recent study involving about 63 gene variants that have the tendency of being obese, calculation are carried out to know the genetic risk that will emerge. Another part of the study displayed women and men seeking heart disease prevention. Research has proven after the test that people with a higher genetic burden appear to display great BMI. Even if their calories intake was based on saturated fat, the ratio of the body weight to height remains high. It is important to know that there are some genes that interact with human diet fat. These actions will surely increase the BMI value of any person in the named category. Do you know that weightloss, fitness, and obesity remain a great part of our health conditions? For this reason, it is highly important to address issues perfectly on weightloss,fitness,obesity. You will discover that your health conditions will not be affected again by weightloss,fitness,obesity. Continue reading →

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Exercise: Indirectly Helping Depressed Individuals Quit Smoking

by Tony 690 Views Jul 25, 2014

A smoker that suffers from depression is most likely prone to more cigarette breaks than those that aren't. And this vicious cycle continues as those that find it most difficult to kick the habit are the ones that have other mental problems than what they actually know of. That finding is part of a recently concluded study released in a research journal based on the work done by a Concordia University research team. Their study indicated, that though at a steady decline, 1 out of 5 adults in North America smokes regularly and that 40% of individuals who suffers from depression tend to smoke more often. Continue reading →

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Treatments for Exogenous Obesity

by Tony 736 Views Jul 29, 2014

Obesity comes in two forms, exogenous and endogenous obesity. How each of these forms of obesity affects the body, and what contribute to their formation are factors that distinguish them. Internal body malfunctioning such as production of Leptin hormone in insignificant amounts may lead to endogenous obesity. Low levels of leptin slow the metabolism resulting to storage of excess fats in the body. On the other hand, exogenous form of obesity is a condition where a person is overweight due to excessive eating. Consuming more calories makes the body store excess in the form of fats leading to obesity. This article will tackle exogenous obesity. Treatments of Exogenous Obesity Since there are many treatment programs to choose from, and since each program differs from person to person, one should work with their healthcare professionals before making a treatment choice. Below are treatments to consider. Continue reading →

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Improving Your Life After Incarceration

by Ebele 484 Views Jan 31, 2015

So you were just released from prison and you're wondering what to do now that you have freedom again. Former prisoners often have a hard time readjusting into society because of the stigma they have and because of employment discrimination against them. Continue reading →

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Weight control through dietary

by Ebele 380 Views Apr 4, 2015

The term obesity is used to describe a human body with excess fat. One of the worst outcomes of obesity is getting a metabolic disease. The body’s adipose tissue plays a crucial role in obesity and its associated complications. The adipose tissue is a loose connective tissue made of adipocytes. Its main purpose is to store energy – in the form of fat. In addition, it also insulates and cushions the body. Obesity should be avoided to prevent the body from the unnecessary health risks of high blood pressure, diabetes and so on. Weight control is the best way to manage weight through weight loss methods like dietary management. Dietary management is a natural way of promoting weight loss and improving human health. The latest studies suggest the pivot role played by myristoleic acid. Myristoleic acid is a small fatty acid that is not available in the food. According to the findings from the study, the acid could offer the answer to the New Year’s Resolution Success. ... Continue reading →

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The Effect Of Obesity And Depression

by Tony 390 Views May 8, 2015

From research and feasibility study, depression and obesity can cause lack of sleep. These conditions can as well lead to regular drowsiness. In pursuit to get rid of obesity and depression, more personalized sleep medicines can be manufactured for EDS. Continue reading →

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Consumption Of Mediterranean Diet May Reduce The Risk of Womb Cancer

Consumption Of Mediterranean Diet May Reduce The Risk of Womb Cancer

by Tony 440 Views May 29, 2015

Good Health is linked to Healthy diet. Your diet is used by your body for the purpose of growth , boosting vitality, tissue repair etc. Recent Reserch have shown that women who eat mediteranian diet may reduce their risk of womb cancer by more than half percent (57 percent) Continue reading →

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The Connection Between Sleeping and Weight Gain

The Connection Between Sleeping and Weight Gain

by Tony 434 Views Jun 2, 2015

Is there a connection between sleeping and eating? A new study correlates less sleep with weight gain. Diet has always been an important factor in a good nights sleep and controlling weight. However, when someone has a bad sleep or can't sleep this alters their food intake. Psychologists have always spoken about how sleeping patterns and even dreams can cause dramatic effects in work, study, and eating Continue reading →

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