by on February 5, 2020
Losing weight can be pretty tough, especially during winters. With these simple tips, you can burn body fat, stay healthy and feel energetic. Best Indoor At Home Exercises & Workouts Without Equipment to become Fit and healthy. Some days, it’s just really difficult to go outside, especially in the winter months. It can be rainy or cold, and the sun may already set by the time you get off work. So what are you going to do to get some exercise, especially if you don’t have a gym membership to...
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by on January 25, 2020
Once only used by bodybuilders, more and more people are using sports supplements as a regular part of their health and fitness regime – and the industry is booming worldwide. Protein shakes, powders, bars, and pills are being marketed to the average gym-goer as an essential part of getting fit. A recent study even found that over half of gym goers regularly consumed protein supplements as part of their training. But while protein is an essential nutrient that we can't live without, these sup...
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by on January 22, 2020
With so many options out there, it’s difficult to figure out what to have for dinner (let alone carve out the time to prepare it!), but it doesn’t need to be complicated. We spoke to five doctors about what dinners make them feel their best from the inside out. What do these healthy dinner recipes with vegetables have in common? They’re super easy to make, and you probably already have many of the ingredients you need. Doctor-recommended healthy dinner recipes with vegetables   1. MEAT, C...
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by on January 7, 2020
In the healthy food space, 2019 was dominated by all things plant-based. Alt-meat brands like Beyond Meat and Impossible spawned countless imitators from other companies as more and more people became interested in cutting back on their consumption of animal products for better health and the environment But there’s one surprising, occasional hazard when consuming plant-based protein options.  “Unfortunately, when introducing more plant-based protein sources, our digestion can take a hit. Tha...
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by on January 6, 2020
If there’s one food lesson we learned last year, it’s the importance of plant-based eating for health and the environment. But it’s one thing to know that eating fewer animal products and more plants is associated lots of benefits—from reduced risk of heart disease to better digestive health—and another thing entirely to commit to it 100 percent. Sometimes you just need a real beef burger, you feel me? If you feel seen by the above, then you’d probably be down with one of the buzziest eating ...
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by on January 4, 2020
After reading this, we promise you'll never share your headphones again, or let your kids do it. Like most people, we’re pretty generous when it comes to hiring our earbuds out – mate at work lost hers? Have mine! Kids want to borrow? Sure! But now we might think twice… Because a new study has explained just how gross it is to share your earphones with other people, and why you should be cautious about doing it again… ...
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by on December 17, 2019
يشعر عدد كبير من الأشخاص بالجوع الشديد؛ ما يدفعهم إلى تناول الطعام بشكل مستمر وهو الأمر الذي يؤثر سلبًا على الوزن المثالي، ما قد ينذر بأن جسمك يفتقد إلى معادن معينة تساعده على القيام بوظائفه الأساسية. وهنا لا بد من الإشارة، إلى أن الشعور بالجوع بعد وقت قليل من تناول الوجبة الرئيسية قد يكون مؤشرًا لوجود خلل ما ولا بد من معالجته. والمؤكد، أن هناك أسبابًا عدة قد تكون كامنة خلف شعورك بالجوع المستمر من أبرزها عدم الحصول على النوم الكافي، ما قد يؤثر على هرمونين رئيسين مرتبطين بالشهية، بالإضافة إ...
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by on December 16, 2019
As one of its physical activity recommendations, the U.S. Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (DPHP)calls for adults between the ages 18 and 64 complete 75 minutes of exercise classified as “vigorous.” To which I say: “Cool. But what constitutes vigorous exercise?” The Mayo Clinic—a network of 4,700 physicians and scientists—answers that very question in a recent video. Exercise can be organized into three categories: the light activity zone, the moderate zone, and the vigorous zon...
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by on December 15, 2019
حبة البركة تُعرف حبة البركة بالحبة السوداء، ويعود أصلها إلى أوروبا الجنوبية، وجنوب غرب آسيا، كما أنّها قد زُرعت في مناطق البحر الأبيض المتوسط، والهند، وتركيا، وجنوب أوروبا، وإيران، ويتراوح طول هذا النبات بين 20-90 سنتيمتر، كما أنّه ينتج ثماراً كبيرة الحجم تحتوي بداخلها على البذور التي تسمى بحبة البركة، وقد استُخدمت منذ قديم الزمان كدواءٍ لعلاج مختلف أنواع الأمراض. وتعود فوائدها الطبية إلى احتوائها على مادةٍ تسمى الثيموكينون والذي يعدّ أكثر المكونات الكيميائية الفعّالة فيها، ولكنّ تركيزه يك...
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by on October 22, 2019
You could say that folks who live in Blue Zones are winning at life. It’s not unusual for some residents of Okinawa, Japan; Sardinia, Italy; Nicoya, Costa Rica; and Icaria, Greece, to live upwards of 100 years. And while it’s their holistically-minded lifestyle that accounts for their centenarian reputation, their diets are a major, major part of that. The Longevity Plan author John Day, MD, has lived among various Blue Zone populations, and he says that their “keep it simple” approach to nutrit...
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by on October 19, 2019
HIGH blood pressure is prevalent in the UK, with more than one in four people living with the condition. To ward off the threat of developing more serious complications, it is imperative to lower high blood pressure. Studies show a certain spice boasts blood-pressure lowering properties. High blood pressure naturally fluctuates throughout the day and night. It’s when a person’s blood pressure is consistently high, even when they are resting, that can spell trouble. This means a person’s heart h...
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by on October 15, 2019
Should you eat red meat or not? A dietitian explains the latest nutrition science on meat, eggs and butter Is it OK to eat red and processed meat — and what about eggs and butter? A registered dietitian clears up the nutrition confusion Recent headlines and a new study seem to suggest that we’ve overturned nutrition science and eating recommendations once again — this time around red and processed meat consumption. If it feels like we can’t make up our minds about how to eat well, it’s because ...
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