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Diet mistakes and true tips

Posted by on May 27, 2016 in Advice | 0 comments

Some beliefs when it comes to diet be repeated stubbornly. They have settled in the minds, regardless of whether you agree or not. Some words of wisdom like “a man must to eat something warm” is a little truth. Others say, “Our food today contain fewer vitamins than before,” however, it is not scientifically justified. It is necessary to take a common opinion and take a second look with a critical eye. Here you can read about the wisdom you really believe and what you can safely forget. Does raw food diet provide most of the vitamins? Many believe that it would be better to eat everything raw, the preparation is lost too many vitamins. But that is only partly true. In fact, many vitamins are sensitive to heat and are partially destroyed by cooking. Many water-soluble vitamins are washed in boiling water and keep using the broth, such as a sauce. Also includes the Heating of food with a fixed cell structure the cells and makes the vitamins are only available. If cabbage or carrots for example, moderate heating is recommended while you eat tender vegetables such as peppers better raw. People must eat something warm in the day? Previously, it was often that you should eat once a day something warm. There...

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Posted by on May 25, 2016 in Nutrition & Health | 0 comments

About half of adults in Europe suffers from high blood pressure. But only about one person in two will ever know about it. the Problem: an elevated blood pressure doesn’t hurt and first causes little discomfort. Nevertheless, hypertension is not to be underestimated, because it increases the risk of vascular disease, heart attack and stroke. Hypertensblood pressureion should be necessarily treated by a doctor. But our everyday behavior affects on blood pressure. Read here what influences blood pressure and what you can do yourself to lower your blood pressure. When is the blood pressure increases? When which is called the pressure, the blood exerts pressure on our vessels. Optimal is a blood pressure of about 120/80 mmHg (read: 120 to 80). The first value is the so-called systolic and the second is the diastolic blood pressure. The higher systolic blood pressure occurs when the heart contracts and pumps blood into the body. The lower diastolic blood pressure measured when the heart muscle stretches and the ventricles fill with blood again. If the blood pressure reached of values 140/90 mmHG, it is already slightly elevated. Values above 180/110 mmHG are considered severe hypertension. Experts call high blood pressure also hypertension. What are the consequences of hypertension? A normal blood pressure ensures that our body is...

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What to do with heartburn and how to prevent?

Posted by on May 23, 2016 in Nutrition & Health | 0 comments

Many people know the unclear pressure behind the breastbone and burning which climbs up into the throat. Nearly one-third of Europeans familiar with the acid-related problems in the stomach and esophagus. Approximately seven percent have even a day to deal with heartburn. However, occasional heartburn is not dramatic. We will tell you how heartburn occurs and how to avoid it. We also reveal simple home remedies to stop the burning. Causes: What causes heartburn? Reason for burning is acid...

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Low cholesterol diet – lower your cholesterol!

Posted by on May 21, 2016 in Diets | 0 comments

Cholesterol is a fat-like substance which is produced by the body, mainly from animal fats. In addition a small amount of cholesterol we absorb directly through the food. Cholesterol is essential for life. Because it is involved in many metabolic processes such as the construction of the cell walls, in the formation of hormones or of vitamin D. But: Too much of it, especially the “bad” LDL cholesterol is harmful and is a risk factor for heart attack and...

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Posted by on May 19, 2016 in Nutrition & Health | 0 comments

Among the cardiovascular diseases, all diseases are grouped around the heart and blood vessels. These include mainly atherosclerosis, strokes and heart attacks. They covered the age group 35-65 years and are the most common cause of death. Improper diet important risk factor The main reason for the emergence of these diseases is high-fat diet with too much animal foods. This false nutrition leads with age often to obesity and elevated blood lipid levels (cholesterol, triglycerides). In addition to these...

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Chronic Constipation – what to do?

Posted by on May 17, 2016 in Nutrition & Health | 0 comments

Chronic constipation, the so-called constipation, is a typical disease of our time. Constipation occurs when the intestine is less frequent than every 2-3 days spontaneously emptied. Symptoms and signs include hard stools, straining at defecation and feeling of incomplete evacuation. Ailments like bloating, flatulence and abdominal pain are usually the result. Women suffer from constipation often than men. Diverse causes The reasons for this to be found in our food and nutrition. Low-fiber diet, lack of exercise, stress, agitation...

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How to avoid and treat diabetes?

Posted by on May 15, 2016 in Nutrition & Health | 0 comments

Europe is a leader when it comes to diabetes: the most diabetics live in Europe. About 70 million Europeans suffer from diabetes, or approximately 9 percent of the population. And the number of people with diabetes continues to rise. More and more children and adolescents are affected. In this case one can do a lot in order to prevent the disease. Already there is diabetes, helps the proper lifestyle in order to contain the disease and to avoid unpleasant...

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