The type of food you eat is more important than how many calories it has. Many people just think counting calories is enough. While you might think that all calories are the same, your body doesn’t react the same way to everything that you put into it.
Even if you exercise regularly, belly fat can gather and hang around your midsection. You can readily find advice on how to target this area of your body to lose the stubborn girth but wouldn’t it be nice to know how to prevent it in the first place? We’re here to tell you how.
An ulcer is a painful sore in the stomach lining or at the opening of the small intestine. Ulcers happen because of an imbalance in digestive fluids. Using non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications, excessive acid production, or an infection caused by Helicobacter pylori can all be responsible for the development of ulcers.
An Australian woman in her mid-50s posted a YouTube video explaining how she eliminated her stage IV lung cancer with cannabis after being given a death sentence of six months with no treatment. Her oncologist suggested chemo as an option, but it wouldn’t cure her cancer. It would only prolong her life a few months with chemo side effects.
Protein is the building blocks of muscles as well as bone, skin, hair, and nearly every other part of your body. You need to eat protein every day to make sure your body can build and repair tissue. In fact, proteins make up enzymes that energize life-supporting chemical reactions.
According to the Postural Restoration Institute, good posture isn’t just ‘standing up straight’. It is “a reflection of the ‘position’ of many systems that are regulated, determined and created through limited functional patterns. These patterns reflect our ability and inability to breathe, rotate and rest symmetrically.” Flared ribs is one of the many problems that can affect posture.
Sometimes rebranding is done to refresh the image of a product to appeal to a wider audience. Sometimes it’s to don a new face in order to mask the blemishes of the old one. Hence we have “AminoSweet”, the new face of Aspartame. Add this new name to NutraSweet and Equal as Aspartame appellations.
With the availability of information constant and instant, many people are taking their health into their own hands, doing research and self-medicating. There is no question that the information age has brought new ways of doing things; you might say it’s both a blessing and a curse.
Working out is difficult for most people to do on a regular basis. The main issue that arises is making time to go to the gym. When you factor in the time it takes to get there, warm up, workout, stretch, cool down, wash up, and get home, it can add up to a good hour or two of your time.