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Health
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.

Health
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.

Health
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.

Health
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.

Health
by onwoc234
7 years ago
Bioavailability: Why Does Cooking Enhance the Anti-Cancer Effects of Tomatoes?

The lycopene content of foods and the bioavailability of lycopene in the foods are important determinants of the health benefits of lycopene. Cooking increases the bioavailability of lycopene in the food. This heat-induced enhancement of nutrient availability makes lycopene-rich foods like the tomato unique and remarkable. Learn why cooking increases the bioavailability of lycopene and why nutrient availability is an important variable in a healthy diet.

Health
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.

Health
by onwoc234
3 years ago
The Best Dietary Strategy for Losing Body Fat: Avoid Diet Foods and Diet Drinks

Highly refined foods, diet foods and diet drinks are the primary causes of today's epidemic of obesity. This unhealthy state reflects the substances that are added or removed from these foods and drinks. Some of the additives in them are endocrine disrupters that promote obesity. Learn why natural foods can help you to lose body fat and fight the epidemic of obesity, whereas, diet foods would promote body fat and support obesity.

Health
by onwoc234
7 years ago
C-Reactive Protein and Cholesterol: The Primary Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Diseases

Cholesterol and inflammation are the primary factors that give rise to cardiovascular diseases. Elevations in blood cholesterol level, particularly the low density lipoproteins (LDL) and the C-reactive protein (CRP) are used to assess the risk for cardiovascular diseases. CRP is a more reliable predictor of cardiovascular risks compared to cholesterol measurement. Numerous healthy foods and nutrients, such as alpha omega-3 fatty acids can be included in the diet to lower the risk for cardiovascular diseases.

Health
by onwoc234
7 years ago
Fight Cancer Nutritionally: What Are The Health Benefits of Tomatoes?

Chronic diseases and infections can be prevented or controlled nutritionally. Cancer and ishcemic heart disease are examples of chronic diseases that can be controlled with antioxidant-rich foods. Learn how tomato, a lycopene-rich fruit, can help you fight diseases, prevent inflammation and maintain good health.

Health
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.

Home & Garden
by onwoc234
3 years ago
Your Indoor Small Garden: Grow Strawberries in Containers

You can grow strawberries indoor in small spaces. Stacked containers enable you to use vertical gardening to grow large amounts of strawberries in a small space.You can enhance the performance of your plants by optimizing the conditions for growing them indoor. Learn how to optimize the growing conditions for a bountiful harvest of sweet and juicy strawberries. 

Beauty
by onwoc234
3 years ago
Will Genetically-Engineered Crops Put an End to Organic Food?

Organic food will likely be forced into extinction by the genetically engineered foods (GMO's).  The end of organic food will come from the transfer of GMO genes into the organic food crops. This gene transfer is  initiated by cross pollination of natural food crops by pollens from the GMO's.  Learn why it will be very difficult to save the organic food.

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