August 27th, 2014 by admin
2 primary goals for every human being is to extend his life and reproduce. You can start by making changes to your life today because the sooner you start the longer you will live. Here are 6 tips to follow and extend your life.
1. Avoid sweets
Sweet drinks, deserts, pies, chocolate and cookies increase the risk of heart attack, says cardiologists. More calories lead to obesity, and it is an extra load on the heart.
Evidently everyday we use more sugar than our bodies needs. Sugar is in most food we eat today.
Read the product label carefully and search for such ingredients as: sucrose, glucose, fructose, maltose, hydrolyzed starch, molasses and inverted sugar.
World Health Organization (WHO) recommends that refined sugars in your diet do not contribute more than 10% off all daily caloric intake (70 grams for men and 50 grams for women). Recently this organization’s specialists declared they would impose new recommendations to lower consumed daily sugar amount to 6 tablespoons. People who receive quarter of their daily calories from sugar increase their risk for heart and vascular disease threefold. About 1 million people die of sugar related complications. Sugar is sometimes called the White Death.
Continue reading ’6 Tips How To Live Longer’
March 1st, 2009 by admin
Britain scientists discovered that elder people feel improved memory boost while they listen to music from their young days. For example, test group which consisted of old people who were under 87 year old said they felt warm memories after listening to Beatles music. Not only memories come alive but also forgotten fealings and emotions: related to love, youth period, family problems.
So put some Beatles music to your grandparents if you want to help them to improve memory and be sure to hear interesting stories from the past.
March 1st, 2009 by admin
Cars can relief your daily life, but if you obey certain rules, you can pay with your nerves and health. Some simple rules to follow when driving in traffic jams.
What every driver should remember.
Driving a car is not only a pleasure but also responsible job that requires concentration. Even in heavy traffic jams don’t:
- Write text messages on your cell phone (even when the car stopped you should watch what’s going on the sreet
February 5th, 2009 by admin
Laser printer ink powder is dangerous to your health and contains hazard materials. In addition, some models ejects such substances into the environment. You can reduce or even avoid adverse impact by following these rules: Continue reading ‘Laser Printers And Danger!’
January 15th, 2009 by
Healing copper features were known long ago. This metal actively participates in the supply of blood to the tissues and in the metabolic reactions. Healthy people should get about 2mg of copper per day. It is assumed that 1 liter water contains about 1mg of copper so if you drink 2 liters of water everyday you should get the minimum amount of copper to stay healthy.
Copper is found in such products like meat, fish, bread, peas, various fruits and vegetables. Huge amount of copper is found in the champignons, potatoes, kidneys, liver, egg yolk, whole grains and in some sea products. All these products should be included in your diet. On the contrary diary products can lead to copper deficiency in the body. In ancient times copper was used to heal various ailments. Continue reading ‘Copper and Health. Copper Can Save From Infection’
January 15th, 2009 by
Many people experience bad mouth breath and try to fight it with various methods. Specialists suggest what types of vegetative products help to fight bad breath.
Green tea is one of the most effective ways to fight bad mouth breath. Research showed that green tea not only give you a fresh smell but also fights various microbes and bacteria by not letting them stick to the teeth.
Irreplaceable in this fight for good breath are green herbs: parsley, mints, eucalyptus, rosemary and cardamom. It is enough to chew one of those herbs for a few minutes and your breath will change from bad to good.
Another beneficent product is – yoghurt. Especially helpful are yoghurts containing vitamin D. They effectively kill germs that cause bad mouth breath.
January 12th, 2009 by admin
Does sugar affect your health and is it so bad? Read on and learn how to enrich your meal with more nutrients and healthier food products.
1. Sugar cause sudden increase in glucose level.
Uneven sugar level in your blood often cause mood changes, sudden tiredness, constant headache and the desire to eat even more sugar. Slowly it becomes a habit and new dose of sugar cause only temporary relief, however after few hours sugar deficiency and hunger become even stronger. On the other hand, those who don’t overuse sugar feel stronger and more vital. Continue reading ’10 Negative Effects of Sugar On Your Health’
November 15th, 2008 by admin
Zinc increases brain power, it participates in the synthesis of proteins, is involved in regulation of muscle contractions, and improves the overall mood, provides viability.
Products consisting high levels of zinc: meat, liver, seafood, pumpkin seeds, eggs, lean (up to 2.5 percent. fat) milk, beer yeast.
Zinc deficiency symptoms are: enlarged prostate, not well formed genitals.
Zinc consuption increase when the body has a lot of group B vitamins, also those suffering of diabetes. Eating too much sweets during the day results in about 3 mg of zinc loss. Continue reading ‘Healthy Minerals in the Food Products’
October 30th, 2008 by admin
Cabbage – one of the most favorite vegetable by many which is often used in the various salads and soups. This vegetable is also very healthy and has many vitamins. Cabbages has a lot of vitamin U, which regulates metabolism, protects against atherosclerosis and ulcers. These vegetables are also rich in phytoncides, which kill some disease causing bacteria, as well as many tartroncide acid, which prevents that carbohydrates do not produce fats. Continue reading ‘Cabbage Juice Health Benefits’
October 26th, 2008 by admin
Two out of three women suffer from urinary disorders, one of three women is in non-compliance with passing urine, for 15% it happens every day. This is not only a problem for older women, because the 1 in 6 women under age 30 complains too. Patients loose normal life in many things, damage is clearly done to their social life, personal and sexual relationships, career and psychological well-being.
What are the most common causes of urinary incontinence?
Urinary problems occur when the bladder is too contracting too often. These contractions are not controlled and are provoked, for example, by the hand immersion in cold water or while listening to the sound of running water. This is called irritable urinary bladder.
The urine leaks during physical load, although the desire to urinate isn’t expressed. Medically this is called urinary incontinence during physical exertion.
Reasons for urinary incontinence often are complex. Continue reading ‘Urination Disorders And Treatment’