Sunday, 29 May 2011

Start the Day off Right!

Porridge is the real power breakfast!

Porridge can be a great source of protein, fiber, and cancer-prevention properties. It has a long slow-release carbohydrate process that would sustain one from breakfast to lunchtime. It is also low in cholesterol, thus, supporting cardiovascular health.

Water - Men's Hard Core Element

There had been quite a number of arguments regarding the standard health rule of drinking 8 glasses of water a day. Some experts say that it is unnecessary to finish 8 glasses or 64 ounces of water daily. Even so, everyone agrees that it is a must to keep your body hydrated all the time. About 75% of your total body weight is water and 90% of your blood is made up of it. This explains why water is the most important nutrient for the body. It can be difficult to know just how much water your body needs. Reasonable enough, water intake should be based on your day to day physical activity, the weather, and even your health condition.

Friday, 13 May 2011

The Domino Effect of Obesity

Do not let it get you in trouble!
According to the American Obesity Association, obesity causes at least 300,000 excess deaths each year in the United States and 100 billion dollars in health costs. Also, developing countries reported increasing rates of obesity due to improper eating patterns and unhealthy lifestyle choices.

Why men and women deal differently with stress?

Did you know that even stress management training has to observe gender compatibility? Male stress is different from a female's. Their coping skills differ, thus, their reactions and tolerance levels also vary.

Reduce Your Risk of Diabetes Type 2

Natural Dairy Fat Ingredient Aids in Reduction of Diabetes Type 2 Risk

Researchers has proven that a fatty acid called transpalmitoleic acid can substantially reduce the chances of developing Type 2 Diabetes.

Foods That Speed Up Your Aging Process

Temptations are hard to resist. Who doesn't love all that food spread on a buffet?

However, it is time for you to take a step back and think carefully before you put that food in your mouth. According to experts, these types of food can actually accelerate the aging process.

Foods for Longer Life

Eating a nutritious diet high in raw organic produce, whole grains, and clean water can slow the aging process and fight degenerative disease. Here are ways on how to combine foods to create a diet that targets the body systems most susceptible to aging and disease-reproductive, circulatory, musculoskeletal, and digestive.

Reproductive System