Archive for September 2012

Foods For A Long and Healthy Life

By: Gio | 0 Comments | | Category: Healthy Living

1) Berries: These bite-sized fruit favorites are check full of antioxidants, known to boost immunity and stave off life-threatening disease. They’ll help you age gracefully as well. A 2012 study from Harvard University found that at least one serving of blueberries or two servings of strawberries each week may reduce... more

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Common Mistakes Healthy People Make

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Healthy people can often times overlook their daily routine and habits and assume that what they are doing is “healthy.” However, excess of one thing and too little of another can lead to health problems. Here are some common mistakes even “healthy” people make. 1) You ignore sodium: You watch your... more

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One Simple Way To Live Longer

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Did you know that every minute you walk can extend your life by 1.5 to 2 minutes? In addition, many studies show that people who walk regularly live longer, weigh less, have lower blood pressure, and enjoy better overall health than non-walkers. Ready to lace on your shoes? If you... more

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Possible Causes of Body Odor

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1) Not drying yourself after showing A speedy postshower rubdown may end up causing a problem later on. That’s because moisture can get trapped between folds of skin, like below your breasts, under your love handles, or even between your toes, says Marina Peredo, MD, a board-certified dermatologist in private... more

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Can Work Make You Fat?

By: Gio | 0 Comments | | Category: Healthy Living

Considering that many of us spend more than one-third of our lives on the clock, our office behavior has a huge impact on our health and our weight. In fact, in a CareerBuilder survey released earlier this year, 44 percent of workers said they’ve gained weight at their current gig—and... more

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Tips for Long Lasting Teeth

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The Link Between Gum Disease and Cancer or Heart Issues Over 50 percent of Americans from age 13 and up suffer from some sort of gum disease. Think that’s alarming? New studies confirm the link between a build up of plaque (one of the main causes of gum disease) to... more

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Foods That Should Not Be In the Refrigerator

By: hoangquanbp | 0 Comments | | Category: Uncategorized

Foods that do not belong in the fridge Dr. Truong Huong Lan , Institute of Food Technology, said: There are some foods that should not be frozen ham (small shrimps) because the water content in the ham is easy to become clogged, leading to easy fat oxidation reaction, and ultimately, the... more

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Ways to Sleep Better

By: Gio | 0 Comments | | Category: Healthy Living

1. Early wakeup? Go to bed as usual anyway. When you’re used to going to bed at about the same time every night, the stress of trying to force yourself to pass out earlier could make you take even longer than normal to fall asleep. Plus, the more hours you... more

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How Losing Weight Can Help You

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Save Brainpower: Women scored one point lower on a memory test for every unit higher in body-mass index. Translation: Fat may make you forgetful. Shed that last 10 and, chances are, you’ll stay brilliant. Get Faster: Flab’s a drag. Literally. For every pound of fat you lose, you run up... more

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Diet Soda: It’s Deceiving

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Just because you see the label “diet,” doesn’t necessarily mean your drink is healthy. Here are some reasons why: 1) Kidney problems: Here’s something you didn’t know about your diet soda: It might be bad for your kidneys. In an 11-year-long Harvard Medical School study of more than 3,000 women,... more

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