Posts Tagged ‘diabetes’

Overweight and Obesity in Adolescents

Why many children are obese or overweight?   Today I came across an article that I found very interesting because it is a major problem in our today’s society. Our children and adolescents have not the same activity than we had many years back. We didn’t have the technology in those days of TV and…

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Why excess abdominal fat is more DANGEROUS than you think

    How danger is excess abdominal fat?         Below is an article contributed by Mike Geary, the founder of Fat Burning Kitchen   http://virl.ws/antonw/0L     I thought this was an important topic to share with you because the reality is that most people simply don’t realize how dangerous their excess…

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How To Prevent Aging In Your 30s

      Tips to Stay Young in Your 30s   Just like most 20 something year olds, most people in their thirties don’t establish a lot of thought to anti-aging products or living a lifestyle that keeps them looking young. They believe that youth is on their back. But years go by in the…

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High fibre diet ‘could prevent type 1 diabetes’

Animal tribulations intimate that short-chain fatty battery-acids produced by a fibre-rich diet could protect against early-onset diabetes Scientists have raised hope for the prevention of early-onset diabetes in progenies after a fibre-rich diet was found to protect swine from the disease. More than 20 million people worldwide referred to by minor, or category 1, diabetes,…

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Why Childhood Obesity?

  WHO | Physical activity Physical activity is defined as any bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that requires energy expenditure. Physical inactivity has been identified as the fourth leading risk factor for global mortality causing an estimated 3.2 million deaths globally. Regular moderate intensity physical activity – such as walking, cycling, or participating in…

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How To Change Bad Habits?

What are Habits You Can’t Live Without We all know that many diseases nowadays are caused through our lifestyle habits. People tend to use their cars for every hundred or so meters instead of walking or bicycling. We are not used to exercise as much as we should and we allow ourselves to become overweight,…

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Diabetes can damage your heart

Cardiac complications are the number one cause of death among diabetics. Now a team of scientists has uncovered a molecular mechanism involved in a common form of heart damage found in people with diabetes. A research team from The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston in collaboration with Baylor College of Medicine, University of…

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