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Diet | Nutrition | Organic Food

In the US, demand for organic food is outstripping the current supply. America’s appetite for organic food is keeping the supply low. The demand is definitely outpacing the supply. Clif Bar went to Spain for organic almonds.

Organic Manufacturers are looking outside of the United States for organic ingredients.

Food must be grown without bug killers, fertilizers, hormones, antibiotics or biotechnology to be categorized as organic. While the organic market is only 2.5 percent currently of the nations food market, the growth is expanding at a very fast pace. Each year the actual growth has been fifteen to twenty one percent.

 

Total food sales have increased two to four percent during this period of time. Supermarkets in the US are watching this success and rushing out to meet the demand. The Kroger Co, Safeway Inc., and Supervalu Inc., Albertson’s LLC, are selling their own organic brands. Wal-mart stated it would double its organic offerings this year.

 

How to fill the gap between supply and demand is a long debate within our booming organic industry. Organic food is a way to improve out food supply, the environment, and help small farmers in their business.Organic food is a healthy way to eat. Do your due diligence to determine how you chose to eat.

 

Nan is an Accountant and Real Estate Profession with a lifelong interest in Diet

 

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Using Nutrition to Improve Longevity

 

In an archipelago southwest of Japan, lies the island of Okinawa, which is home to the healthiest population of centenarians (people over 100 years old) on earth. They suffer fewer instances of cancer, diabetes and heart attacks. Their secrets include a more nutrient based diet and less stressful living.

 

They maintain a healthy weight. For them, meals are a social event where the focus is on the social interaction and not the food itself.

 

Okinawan centenarians stay lean by eating fewer calories than they burn off during the day. They eat until they are almost full before they get stuffed.

 

It takes 20 minutes for the body to signal to the brain that is it full. Americans like to eat until they are stuffed. You can use a hunger rating system to monitor your level of satisfaction. During a meal, rate your hunger on a scale of 1 to 5- (1 is famished and 5 is stuffed.) By just taking the time to think about how you actually feel, you are less likely to overeat.

 

They eat a diet rich in vegetables, fruits, whole grains and lean proteins. They include fish and soy in their diet. They eat more food but less calories since the foods they choose have more nutrients, greater bulk and fewer calories per gram. Besides feeling fuller, eating a diet rich in vegetables and fruits and low in saturated fats from animal proteins have been shown to significantly cut your risk of chronic disease.

 

They eat locally grown foods, so their food choices are fresher, riper and more flavorful. They are also always changing their dietary intake so the constant changing of nutrients helps build their resistance to chronic illness. They also engage in many physical activities daily. They tend to exercise in the evening to relieve their daily stress and get their bodies ready for rest. They go to bed early and take naps during the day giving their bodies the proper sleep.

 

A major part of their diet is seafood which provides omega-3 fatty acids. These fats protect the body from heart disease, depression and Alzheimer’s because they reduce arterial inflammation. Another stable in their diet is soy which is made up of antioxidant-rich proteins. You can try to get more fish into your diet. Try to get some soy into your diet at least once a week.

 

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Running Nutrition Tips

 

Running nutrition is essential before an athlete or a routine-bound runner starts engaging on a fast-paced activity like marathon training, it is always important to make sure the body is in good condition with enough energy and endurance resources to overcome obstacles and meet daily goals. Without the proper diet and running nutrition, our body won’t be at its best fit to achieve what it needs to do. A runner should be knowledgeable about his diet and food intake; after all, our body is still our main foundation for any physical activities.

The things mentioned here will help you realize to correct our diet intake on the right time for your running nutrition.

This will help you make your own ideal diet and contribute to the development of your body weight. When you have accumulated all these running nutrition ideas, it will ensure the good output of your health before, during and after your workouts.

 

Carbohydrates or carbs as how it’s simply known is the main source of our body’s energy. Glucose is the sugar component that carbs produce and it’s essential to our muscles. The stored carbs in our muscles is called glycogen. This helps us achieve and execute our daily tasks properly. Best sources of carbs are vegetables, bread, cereals, pastas and potatos.

 

Protein is also vital for the body since we consume our strength through daily physical activities. Our body needs to repair itself and regain the loss strength by the previous task. To maintain protein in our body, meat, eggs, nuts and beans are the best sources we need to take.

 

Fuel yourself with sufficient water everyday or even before and after training. It is best to maximize your water intake since our body is ¾ water composed. Since running consumes most of your energy and water supply, it is advisable to drink water consistently, hydrate yourself so the heat released by the muscle to keep up with you while you run is regularized and prevented from rising too high. Being thirsty affects your running endurance so always be mindful of your liquid intake.

 

Don’t go out there if you haven’t eaten the right amount of food. Runners tend to skip breakfast for the reason that they want to start early. But the night before, the stomach has already consumed the food stored from last night meal since it never stops its grinding process. They won’t realize what they’ve missed until they find out later during the run. It is still best to follow what moms always say; breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

 

Having said all these main running nutrition tips, we still need one more ingredient to mention. A balanced natural supplement intake is the best way to complete your running nutrition list. But don’t get me wrong, there’s nothing like a natural, well-balanced diet with fruits, vegetables and other non-processed foods. Anti-oxidants supplement runner’s normal dietary intake. So go ahead, grab that apple!

 

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A Powerful Nutrition Secret: Food Combining

I do not endorse fad diets. I also do not make a practice of recommending health and wellness habits that are not backed by sound scientific studies and data. However, in my constant quest to help my clients and readers achieve optimal health, I'll occasionally stumble upon an amazing diet or fitness tidbit that is so interesting and potentially beneficial that I just can't ignore it. So this week, I'm going to share with you a powerful method to enhance nutrient absorption and decrease toxin and fat levels, while decreasing heartburn, bloating, gas, and other negative reactions to food. I was skeptical at first, but after trying it for a week, I've enjoyed significantly more energy, less post-meal sluggishness, better workouts and even more clarity of thought!

 

The process begins with an understanding of how the body digests food. Different types of food require different types of digestive enzymes for proper food breakdown. For example, carbohydrate foods require carbohydrate enzymes, whereas protein foods require protein enzymes. While the carbohydrate enzymes will only properly function in a non-acidic, or alkaline, environment, the protein enzymes will only properly function in an acidic environment.

 

Therefore, it is believed that when you eat a protein food with a carbohydrate food (i.e. steak and potatoes), digestion becomes impaired, since these two compounds cannot fully digest in their competing environments. Without complete digestion, nutrient absorption is incomplete. This incompletely digested food can also sit in the gut and become fodder for bacteria, which can ferment and decompose the food, causing a build-up of toxins and gas in the digestive tract. Furthermore, as nutrient absorption decreases and digestion slows, the metabolism becomes less efficient, and fat and cholesterol become more likely to accumulate.

 

While such a scenario has not been proved by science, the concept of "Food Combining" may allow you to avoid this potentially fat-gaining, metabolism-slowing, immune-depressing process. If your results are similar to mine, you may find that you have better endurance and stamina, increased focus, leaps in energy, more comfortable digestion, and an improved overall feeling. By following several rules, you can achieve less hindrance to your body's natural digestive process.

 

Here are the basic rules (think of it as a game...that helped me). There are more details to the rationale behind the rules, but I thought I'd try not to make this too complicated.

 

1. Don't eat fruit, especially melons, with any other food (including vegetables). They're too acidic, and likely to sit and ferment while slowing digestion of the other foods. So use fruit as a snack, served alone.

2. Don't combine proteins with starchy carbohydrates. They interfere with each other's digestion.

3. Only drink milk by itself, because it requires a unique environment for digestion.

4. Drink only pure water before, during, and after a meal.

5. Do not add accessory fats to proteins (i.e. cooking fish and chicken in excessive butter, or serving with a creamy sauce).

6. Do not consume starch and sugar foods together, like jam on toast or honey on oatmeal.

7. Eat predominantly protein-only or carbohydrate-only meals. For example, breakfast might be an egg omelet with turkey bacon, or a fruit smoothie with a banana.

 

Based on these rules, food combinations to avoid would include bread or potatoes with butter, rolls or toast with bacon, cereals with cream or milk, steak, chicken or fish with potatoes, bread, or rice, rolls and hot dogs, ice, whipped cream or any cream on starchy desserts, pork with baked beans, or vinegar and oil dressing with chicken on a salad.

 

Sound tricky to accomplish "food combining" without some serious dietary juggling? It is! Here's what I recommend: a 90/10 approach to diet or lifestyle changes. This means that 90% of the time, you make a conscious and intense effort to implement positive changes, and 10% of the time you just let things "flow" and allow yourself to mess up or break the rules.

 

For example, at breakfast you might have a bowl of oatmeal with a slice of whole grain toast, perhaps a raw apple in the mid-morning, a salad with avocados at lunch, and a handful of nuts in the mid-afternoon. Then, for your company potluck, you get your "10%" and load a plate with corn-on-the-cob, cabbage salad, chicken, a roll, and a brownie (whereas food combining would be just the cabbage salad and the chicken). This allows you a mental break from constantly attempting to achieve dietary perfection, and I find that most individuals who follow this rule are far less likely to completely lose control and go on a 2 week binge of sugar, alcohol, processed/packaged foods, and grease.

 

A final benefit to food combining may be a longer life. It has been suggested that the body has a certain amount of reserves that, if carefully conserved, will allow us to live longer and healthier lives. There have even been studies that observe a correlation between longer lifespans and lower caloric consumptions! The depletion of the body’s reserves can occur much quicker if our bodies are constantly overtaxed in the process of food digestion. Like any dietary or health practice, the concept of self-control, avoidance of giant smorgasborgs of buffet food and alcohol, and a general decrease in gluttony just seem to make good sense!

 

Remember, there's no "perfect diet" for everybody. If you want more dietary advice, fitness and lifestyle coaching, or help with achieving your goals, just shoot me an e-mail at elite@pacificfit.net, call me at 208-883-7705, or speak with the front desk about arranging a consultation with me. Whether you just want a month of online personal training to shrink your thighs, a consultation on how to run your first marathon, or tips on how to achieve healthy nutrition while you’re traveling - you can arrange anything with a personal trainer!

 

Ben Greenfield runs Pacific Elite Fitness at http://www.pacificfit.net, an online portal for personal training, triathlete coaching, and free fitness and multi-sport advice. He resides in Liberty Lake, WA, where he works as director of sports performance for Champion Sports Medicine, a training and testing lab for athletes. Ben graduated from University of Idaho with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in sports science and exercise physiology, and is certified as a personal trainer and coach by the National Strength & Conditioning Association. Ben also offers individualized personal training, multi-sport coaching, training program design for athletes, lifestyle wellness and diet advising, and corporate consulting for workplace fitness programs. To learn more, visit http://www.pacificfit.net or e-mail Ben at elite@pacificfit.net

 

Nutritional Immunology - Gastrointestinal Drugs

 

Considering the average diet of most Americans, it is no wonder the country is prone to stomach chaos, indigestion woes, gas attacks and ulcer pains. Doctors suggest healthier changes in diet for better gastrointestinal performance, but instead of giving up bad habits, the majority of people continue to give their stomachs good reason for upset. Rather than choosing good nutrition, they depend on gastrointestinal drugs to calm their troubled insides only to continue making poor dietary choices. It is an endless cycle plaqued with a plethora of potential problems from unplesant side effects to irreversible damage to one of the body's most vital systems.

 

Gastrointestinal drugs - such as antacids and anti-flatulents, laxatives, stomach acid blockers and ulcer drugs - may help the junk addict rationalize a substandard diet, but the body is not so easily fooled by these chemical dangers.

 

Antacids and Antiflatulents (Anti-gas)

An antacid is a common follow-up to a disagreeable meal, carelessly consumed as if it were a mere after dinner mint. However, the contents of antacids deserve cautious consideration. Many antacids feature aluminum hydroxide, an ingredient used to treat stomach acid and other antacids contain a combination of aluminum hydroxide, magnesium hydroxide and simethicone. Unfortunately, aluminum can cause bone damage, and the magnesium found in antacids can cause severe diarrhea. Doctors strongly discourage older adults with severe kidney disease from using magnesium antacids.

 

Other adverse side effects caused by antacids ingredients include painful urination, dizziness, irregular heartbeat, mental changes, muscle weakness, diarrhea, vomiting and stomach cramps.Not only found in antacids, the combination of magnesium hydroxide, aluminum hydroxide and simethicone is also taken as an antiflatulent (anti-gas) drug. But, according to physicians, there is no evidence that simethicone alone or combined with other ingredients effectively treats excess gas. In fact, physicians believe that treating excess gas is by and large a futile process. Suffers from excess gas may actually have a bloated feeling from overeating or discomfort from eating the wrong food. In this case, no anti-gas drug will help because the problem has nothing to do with gas. In general, the passing of gas is no cause for medical concern, but rather, a cause to improve diet.

 

Laxatives

Every year, Americans spend $725 million on laxatives (constipation 1). As with antacids and antiflatulents, many people take laxatives far more frequently than necessary. This is dangerous for several reasons. First, laxatives can cause lasting damage to the intestines and can interfere with the body's use of nutrients. Second, they can be habit forming. Of taken for long periods, they inhibit the body's natural abolity to digest food properly, causing consumer dependency. The unpleasant side effects are numerous and scientists are continually discovering additional causes for concern. For example, the laxative ingredient danthron was recently recalled in the United States because of its cancer-causing possibilities. According to physicians, laxatives should not be used to "clean out the system" or to promote intestinal regularity, a process the body generally controls naturally.

 

Unfortunately, even those with healthy diets are not immune to occasional constipation. Although it may be bothersome, according to physicians, constipation itself usually is not serious. For most people, dietary and lifestyle improvements can lessen the chances of constipation. A well-balanced diet that includes fiber-rich foods, such as unprocessed bran, whole-grain breads and fresh fruits and vegetables, is recommended. Drinking plenty of fluids and exercising regularly also help to stimulate intestinal activity.

 

Stomach Acid Blockers and Ulcer Drugs

Despite doctors' calls for improved lifestyles, the multitude of gastrointestinal drugs on the market is astounding. Stomach acid blockers, such as nizatidine, famotidine, cimetidine and randitine are another popular drug group used to treat duodenal and gastric ulcers and conditions caused by excess stomach acid. Long-term safety of these drugs is still unknown, but side effects may include confusion, hallucinations, dizziness, sore throat and fever, irregular heatbeat, abdominal pain, skin rash, depression, diarrhea, hair loss, headache and nausea. Because older people eliminate drugs more slowly from their bodies, they are at an especially high risk of side effects.

 

Ulcer drugs, such as sucralfate, misoprostol and omeprazole are used to treat and prevent ulcers resistant to the usual treatment with stomach acid blockers or antacids. Adverse side effects include constipation, dizziness, backache, drowsiness, dry mouth, indigestion, stomach cramps, difficulty breathing, fever, cloudy or bloody urine, bleeding or bruising and skin rash. Certain ulcer drugs have also been shown to alter chemical markers of bone metabolism, possibly leading to osteoporosis. Long-term suppression of acid by ulcer drugs can also lead to intestinal infections.

 

Stomach acid blockers and other ulcer drugs should not be taken for minor digestive complain such as occasional upset stomach, nausea or heartburn, as there is no evidence that they effectively treat these problems. They should also not be used by those with pre-existing conditions and in combination with other drugs, so it is critical to consult with a physician before taking any ulcer drug. It is also important to recognize that even with treatment, ulcers frequently return after a few months. As long-term prevention, people prone to ulcers should avoid smoking, foods that trigger ulcers and drugs known to aggravate ulcers, especially aspirin, ibuprofen and other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).

 

Anti-Nausea Drugs for Cancer patients

Although most instances of stomach pain are caused by diet, feeling of sickness, including nausea and vomiting, are also side effects linked with chemotherapy drugs can affect the lining of the digestive system and others can cause people to lose their appetite for a time. More rarely, chemotherapy drugs can cause constipation. A doctor may prescribe one of a number of anti-sickness drugs (antiemetics) to stop or reduce these side effects. However, these drugs can cause further side effects including signs of tardive dyskinesia, parkinsonism and neuroleptic malignant syndrome. Eating small, frequent meals so the stomach is never empty, avoiding foods with strong smells and drinking clear liquids are simple dietary changes that may prevent the need for antinausea drugs (drum).

 

Effective Solutions to Gastrointestinal Upset

Stomach disconfort is real, but it is preventable in many cases. According to physicians, dietary changes, as oposed to drugs, should be the first solution in the attack against inner aches and pains. E.Excel family's goal offers healthy and delicious ways to better meet the body's nutritional needs. As medical studies demonstrate, improved daily eating habits may help prevent the gastrointestinal nightmares haunting the stomachs of millions. Furthermore, choosing a healthy lifestyle hushes the phrase "oh, I shouldn't have" and prevents emergency drugstore trips and the body will celebrate their absence.

 

Chau Chee Fui, Website : http://www.myigamsuccess.com

The 4 Rules of Performance Nutrition... 98% Of You Aren't Doing These

If you are trying to build up muscle or burn off the fat and your eating habits are not optimal... this letter is for you. It's the 4 (four) Rules of Nutrition. Normally I don't like to use the word 'rule' as it sounds like I'm being an absolutist and it's my way or the highway. That isn't how I mean it at all. But generally speaking, if you aren't doing these 4 things when it comes to nutrition, you will not succeed at your performance goals.

 

Europe, Bolivia, Venezuela and South Africa are outpacing the supply grown in the United States. According to The Agriculture Department’s National Organic Program, the United States is importing far more than it exports in the organic food category.

 

What exactly is a rule?

"A generalized statement that describes what is true in most or all cases" - Dictionary.com

For starters, I've been receiving a whole lot of emails recently from people who are desperate to build muscle quickly or to burn off some fat for an event (wedding comes to mind). These people don't track what they eat and have no idea about what to eat, when to eat or why eating frequently would be something they would even want to do.More often then not, when you mention frequent eating, the first response goes like, "There's no way I can eat 5-6 big meals a day!"

 

Frankly, if you are not following these simple rules, it's not really shocking you aren't getting to where you want. [Print this letter out NOW before you forget and for 2 days, monitor your own eating habits. If you are not following these rules, you have found a problem that you can easily solve without spending a dime.]

 

:: Nutrition Rule #1 ::

Always eat at least 5 times a day. Two or three meals simply isn't enough. Two of the meals can be considered snacks as long as the nutrition ratios are correct as I'm about to describe in Rule 2.

 

Why is eating so frequently a must they ask?

* blood sugar levels will be controlled (you won't be as famished as your friends who binge on anything in sight as they are starving*

* you will be feeding yourself protein throughout the entire day. This means you will be anabolic and supporting muscle growth (more muscle = leaner you). Your recovery will be better.

* body fat will not be stored but used as energy. By providing yourself with a steady flow of required calories thru the day, your body's need to store it as fat will be reduced. Compared this to when you eat infrequently and your body detects this as a famine situation. At this point, too much of the food you consume is stored as fat.

 

:: Nutrition Rule #2 ::

In planning each of your daily meals (or snacks), a caloric ratio of approximately 1 part fat, 2 parts protein, and 3 parts carbohydrate is a good place to begin. What you will see in Rule 3 below, is this is just an estimate for average people. You can adjust this to fit your needs. Keep in mind, you do not want to eliminate the healthy fats from your diet.

This rule preaches consuming enough protein to support muscle growth and enough carbohydrates to ensure you have fuel for your workouts and you are able to recovery.

Low glycemic carbs are optimal for the choices in this stage. Remember that carbohydrates are your body's preferred fuel source!

 

:: Nutrition Rule #3 ::

Ask yourself, "What am I going to be doing in the next hour?" If you won't be active, then lower the amount of carbs you consume; if you will be training, then bump up the carbs you will consume so you'll have the energy to train. Alter your carbohydrate intake depending on your anticipated activities.

Remember that low glycemic carbs are optimal for pre- workout consumption.

 

:: Nutrition Rule #4 ::

If you want to build muscle and lose fat at the same time? Pick a new goal.

Simply put:

Building muscle requires a calorie surplus. Burning fat requires a calorie deficit.

 

As you can see, clearly the goals are in conflict. And while it's true that beginners can do both (their bodies are easily changed) the rest of you will find this an inefficient task. It's best to alternate periods of negative calorie balance with periods of positive calorie balance You'll ultimately build more muscle and burn more fat if you simply pick a single goal. If you want to listen to a better explanation of this, feel free to crank up the speakers and listen at: http://feeds.feedburner.com/bodybuildinglive?m=147

 

:: Secret Nutrition Rule 5 ::

I'm not entirely sure I agree with this one but it does make realistic sense to the common person who has a job, maybe married with kids and can't be a full time cook or simply doesn't have the time to prepare foods. This rule says that it's almost impossible to get all of the nutrients your body needs to remain healthy and active from food alone; especially if you are on some sort of diet. Therefore, it is important to supplement your diet with vitamins, minerals and carefully selected supplements.

 

Let's get real here (I fully expect fall-out from this statement)... I'm not preaching you HAVE to take supplements. In fact, many programs out there including my own do not require it any way shape or form. And if you can carefully select your foods, you will be just fine.

 

Personally I know of one bodybuilder who doesn't take any supplements and is ripped to sheds and his workouts make me cry. He's dedicated and proves every time he steps into the gym, natural, supplement-free bodybuilding is the way to go. But it's crazy not to at least mention the arguments for this secret nutrition rule because as a bodybuilder myself with a life and who's occasionally time constrained, these next points happen to most of us.

 

There's not a person who's reading this letter now that hasn't felt like, no matter how hard you try, no matter how good a cook you are, or where you buy your food:

* You cannot always eat 5-6 times a day

* There are instances when your body might need a certain substance in greater amounts then you and provide with food alone

* Soil depletion has left some foods less nutritious then you would expect. If you shop organic and are extremely careful in your selection, you might avoid this but for us big stores discount shoppers, an apple isn't always an apple.

* Periods of high stress sometimes lead to higher nutrient needs without an increase in caloric needs.

 

:: Additional Tips ::

* Eliminate the junk food. Refined sugars and processed foods are usually higher in fats. Neither of these things will be beneficial to you. All these foods really do is promote a rise in your blood sugar level and then a swift decline. You'll end up hungrier than before.

* Drink plenty of water a day. A really quick formula is to drink 1/2 your body weight in ounces. Drink water during the day in 15 minute increments; not all at once. It replaces water loss from exercise and keeps you hydrated. Your body is 55-75% water you know!

* Determine your daily protein needs. As you know, protein is required for muscle growth. By ensuring that you are getting enough protein all throughout the day, you will keep your nitrogen levels high and your body in a anabolic (growth and repair) state.

* Consume foods higher in fiber. Not only does fiber help lower your cholesterol but it helps lower the glycemic response of some meals and aids in efficient digestion.

* Increase your lean body weight thru resistance training. The more muscle you have, the more calories you burn. The more calories you burn, the leaner you can be. If you want to burn more fat then build more muscle. By having more muscle, you also strengthen joints, tendons, ligaments and bones for greater overall health. Building muscle is a primary goal of any program! Even people who want to burn fat should build muscle as it aids in doing exactly that.

 

To learn more about these nutrition rules and the training rules, you'll want to see what all the fuss is about in the Beginner's Guide to Fitness and Bodybuilding. This 250 page jam-packed book is full of insights like this and any more that will get your the results you want today. Take a look at what it's all about at: http://www.beginning-bodybuilding.com

 

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Anti Aging Treatments - Life, these days, is at such a fast pace, many people do not take the time to eat properly, thereby shortening their lives. When people do not eat right, their body cells cannot repair themselves. It is increasingly difficult to supply the family with the proper nutrition, because of the depletion of minerals and nutrients in farmland.

High Glycemic Carbohydrates - Once a child reaches their toddler years, ages 1 to 3, feeding can become a challenge. Developmental changes are occurring at this age. Toddlers are trying to gain independence and control and meals are part of that pattern. Keep in mind that good sense as well as planning will make this transition a smooth one.

High Quality Vitamins - Hair loss is a genetic/hormonal process that can affect both men and women. Hormones that bind to hair follicles can cause an imbalance in the biological processes that cause hair growth. Eventually, excess hormonal action on the follicle causes hair to stop growing and the follicle dies.

Increased Nutrient Needs - Legendary bodybuilding trainer Vince, "The Iron Guru" Gironda was famous for saying, "Bodybuilding is 80% nutrition!" But is this really true or is it just another fitness and bodybuilding myth passed down like gospel without ever being questioned? Which is really more important, nutrition or training? This IS an interesting question and I believe there is a definite answer.

Health Care Practitioner - Have you taken your vitamins today? Do I sound like your mother? Most doctors now recommend taking a good daily multiple vitamin. This is quite a reversal for many physicians who previously thought vitamins were a “waste of money”. Well, they were partly correct. Many vitamins and supplements ARE a “waste of money.

Well Balanced Meal - A good nutritious diet is a basic requirement for every individual in order to live a healthy life. Today, health is everyone's top priority, which can be ensured only by good nutrition. Here are the ten important reasons as well as steps to prove that you must ensure good nutrition if you are willing to lead a healthy life.

Breast Cancer Screening - It is generally accepted that by the time a cancer is found by mammography or palpated during a clinical breast exam, the cancer has been growing for 8-10 years.

Weight Loss Testimonials - Another very good reason why the holidays are a few months away from summer is so that you can have time to shed off the extra pounds you got from eating all those rich foods till you need to get in your swimsuit again.

 

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Malnutrition Related Diabetes - Brewer’s yeast is a wonder food. It is rich in traces of mineral chromium. This mineral helps the pancreas produce more insulin. It is one of the best supports for normal handling of sugar by the body. According to an article by Dr. Richard J. Doisy and others, which appeared in the Medical World News, Brewer’s yeast has lowered the insulin requirements of many diabetes patients.

 

Herbal Hair Cure - Men who start to go bald even before a mid-life crisis may have their mothers to blame, according to a new study. Researchers have found that the main construction manual for a full head of hair is located on the X chromosome, which sons always inherit from their mothers.

 

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