Category: Healthy living

Fat burning foods

Obesity increases the risk of many health issues including diabetes, heart disease, and stroke. Keeping your weight and deposited body fat under an acceptable limit is part of maintaining health and keeping you fit for productive everyday life. Avoiding excess fat is part of healthy living but if you are struggling to lose weight then… Read the rest
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Hair fall treatment

Though hair fall does not cause any problem on health, daily life, and efficiency or productivity of individuals, hair fall, especially in early age, may have a serious psychological effect, hair fall may be emotionally distressing. Probably the best solution is to accept reality. But there are various scientifically proven treatments to prevent or at… Read the rest
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Hair thinning causes and prevention

Excessive hair fall leads to hair thinning; at some point in life, many people experience this problem. Before starting the discussion on hair thinning I would like to mention some basic terms related to hair growth and hair fall. Except for palms of our hands and soles of our feet, hair grows on every external… Read the rest
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Vitamin E to prevent hair loss

Malnutrition may be a cause of hair fall. So you need to make sure that your body is getting required nutrition including vitamins and minerals. Only vitamin E deficiency may be causing your hair fall. You must ensure you are taking adequate vitamin E which is possible from daily diet only. But vitamin E supplement… Read the rest
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Autoimmune disease and hair loss

Autoimmune disease may be a cause of hair loss. There are more than 80 types of autoimmune diseases and many of those cause hair loss. So in those cases treating hair loss means treating the specific autoimmune disease which is the culprit causing your hair fall. Unfortunately, the diagnosis of many autoimmune diseases is very… Read the rest
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Egg and cholesterol – why you should take at least one egg everyday

Protein is essential for healthy and balanced diet. It helps to grow and repair your body. Protein repairs and grows muscle. But protein must come from healthy sources. Processed and fatty protein will increase risk of obesity and heart disease. Healthy protein will help to stay young and reduce risk of heart disease. Protein may… Read the rest
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Proven ways to manage weight loss and nutrition with diet and physical activity

You will see lots of pamphlets and blogs on the internet for losing seven pounds in a week or flattening stomach in a week, which is crazy and impossible ways to lose weight. There are some myths and misconceptions regarding weight loss and nutrition management. Here are some very basic information which may be handy… Read the rest
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Foods to lower high blood pressure

Why hypertension diet is important when medications are available? It is a well established fact that hypertension or high blood pressure may not be cured. But it can easily be kept inside accepted level and almost everyone can lead a normal life. So when your doctor says you have high blood pressure, the first thing… Read the rest
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Pros and cons of sleeping naked

Garments manufacturers around the world are marketing various sleeping dresses for men and women, bringing new styles and designs and even some are claiming to be helpful for intimate relationship. But scientific community including US national sleep foundation has backed the idea that sleeping naked has many health benefits. Why you should sleep naked Temperature… Read the rest
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Sleeping in cooler bedroom may help you to lose some weight

Normally our body temperature lies between 36.5–37.5 °C (97.7–99.5 °F). Human body always tries to maintain this temperature. During hot summer sweating helps to cool our body and when temperature falls below the normal range our body speeds up metabolism to generate some heat. You need to burn some stored calorie (or from food) to… Read the rest