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by onwoc234
7 years ago
Beginner's Guide to Stamina and Fitness: Energy for the Active Muscles

Physical fitness is achieved by endurance exercises and activities that build stamina. The primary metabolic fuels, glucose and fats, are managed to build stamina. Insulin is the key hormone for the management of the metabolic fuels during stamina-building activities. Your body makes numerous changes to assure adequate nutrients to various organs. Plasma glucose is maintained at normal or near-normal levels to provide nutritional support for the brain. The active muscles selectively utilize fatty acids for energy, a change that spares plasma glucose for the brain. Learn how metabolic fuels are manged to support stamina and fitness.

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by onwoc234
7 years ago
Role of Insulin in the Management of High Energy Nutrients

Insulin is the primary hormone that regulates blood glucose. It also manages the distribution of high energy foods. High plasma level of insulin supports the synthesis and storage of fat. This storage of fat often leads to obesity. On the other hand, low plasma level of insulin supports fat burning. Some diet plans, such as the "Low Carb Diet" and the "Glycemic Index Dieting" promote body weight loss by nutritionally controlling the plasma level of insulin. Learn how proper management of high energy foods by insulin is pivotal for bodyweight control and good health.

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by onwoc234
8 years ago
Curb Your Appetite with Amino Acids and Protein

Protein and amino acids can curb your appetite by their effects on some of the hormones that control your appetite and energy metabolism. The affected hormones include insulin, cholecystokinin (CCK) and serotonin. Phenylalanine, tryptophan, tyrosine, 5-hydroxytryptophan and l-carnitine are some of the amino acids that curb your appetite. Learn how protein and amino acids can help you lose weight.

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by onwoc234
7 years ago
Sugar-Rich Diets: How to Reduce the Adverse Effects of Sugar

Sugar is often seen as a nemesis of good health.  Attention is largely focused on refined sugar when the adverse health effects of sugar is discussed.  Inclusion of excessive amounts of sugar in your diet can set the stage for numerous chronic diseases and conditions such as obesity,  type 2 diabetes, ischemic heart disease, peripheral artery disease, hypertension and kidney failure.

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by onwoc234
7 years ago
Meet Your New Years Resolution: Lose Weight With An Effective Dietary Strategy

Losing weight is a common new year's resolution that IS often not met. One reason for not meeting this goal is failure to use effective dietary strategies. An effective dietary strategy requires the proper management of high energy foods. It is also important to know which low energy foods should be avoided. Learn why exclusion of diet foods and diet drinks from your diet is critical for body fat reduction.

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by onwoc234
7 years ago
Guava - The Super Fruit: Do You Need Guava in Your Diet?

Guava is a tropical fruit that should be welcomed in any dietary protocol that appreciates healthy nutrition and good health.  Guava is  called a supper fruit because of its numerous health benefits.  The health benefits of guava are due largely to its richness in  antioxidants like lycopene and beta carotene; and trace minerals such as selenium and manganese.

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by onwoc234
7 years ago
Trans Fat: The Nemesis of Good Health

Trans fat is a major contributor to chronic diseases and conditions such as diabetes, obesity, ischemic heart disease, peripheral artery disease and hypertension. Most of the trans fats in foods are man-made. Their presence in a wide array of foods makes trans fat a nemesis of good health. Learn why consumption of trans fat is a major risk factor for cardiovascular diseases.

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by onwoc234
3 years ago
Low Carb Diet: Optimize Your Health Benefits from the Low Carb Diet

A low carb diet is an unbalanced healthy diet for body fat reduction. This diet plan applies adequate metabolic and physiological stresses to turn your body into a "fat burning inferno". It is very effective for losing body fat when it is properly implemented, and you do not have to count calories to realize its health benefits. The numerous benefits of this diet range from reversing type 2 diabetes to preventing coronary heart disease. Learn how to structure you dietary protocol to optimize your health benefits.

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by onwoc234
8 years ago
Tryptophan: An Amino Acid that Helps You Fall Asleep

ryptophan is an amino acid that offers a nutritionally-sound choice for falling asleep. Tryptophan-induced sleep is mediated primarily by the neurotransmitter, serotonin. A secondary mediator of this tryptophan effect is melatonin. Learn more about tryptophan and the strategy for using it as an effective and natural aid for sleeping.

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by onwoc234
6 years ago
Improve Mental Alertness Nutritionally Without Caffeine

You can be mentally alert and focused without the adverse effects of caffeine. Learn about the alternative nutrients, like the amino acid tyrosine, that can help you to improve mental alertness and stamina.

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by onwoc234
7 years ago
Beginner's Guide to Healthy Nutrition

Healthy nutrition and healthy diets are important for good health. The task of choosing the proper foods for good health is easier if one has the basic and simplified information for separating healthy and unhealthy foods. One factor that makes this task difficult is that healthy and unhealthy foods are components of each of the major food groups.

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by onwoc234
6 years ago
Improve Your Diet With Nutritional Yeast

Nutritional yeast is a nutrient-rich fungus that can fortify your diet and promote good health. The health benefits of nutritional yeast reflect the unique nutrient profile of this simple food that combines some healthy nutritional qualities found exclusively in animals with some that are found mainly in plants. Find out if you need to fortify your diet with this fungus.

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by onwoc234
8 years ago
Angina Pectoris: What is Ischemic Heart Disease?

Ischemic heart disease is characterized by angina pectoris, chest pain that results from oxygen deprivation to the heart muscle. Ischemia can arise from vascular occlusion due to cholesterol deposits (for stable angina) or by coronary artery spasm (for vasospastic angina). Nitroglycerin and l-arginine can releave angina by supporting the release of nitric oxide. Learn how ischemic heart disease can be reversed or prevented with proper nutrition.

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