101 Health Tips — Read Them All — Implement At Least 50 of Them!
1. Breakfast is the most vital meal. It should not be missed in order to
refuel your body from functional metabolic changes during long hours
of sleep. It is best to include carbohydrates, fats and proteins for an
ideal nutrition such as combinations of fresh fruits, bread toast and
breakfast cereals with milk.
2. Maintain a well balanced diet for a healthy living. A well balanced diet
is eating different kinds of nutritious foods in proportion. It will boost
your energy and will improve your welfare. Either excess or deficiency
of specific vitamins and minerals can harm your health. Continue reading
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HGH stands for Human Growth Hormone. Human Growth Hormone is the naturally occurring substance from the human pituitary gland that plays a key role in young, active function of body, brain and sex organs.
Levels of Human Growth Hormone decrease as we age. By middle age and beyond, HGH levels have plummeted to a tiny fraction of their youthful levels — and science shows that there is a direct correlation between lost HGH and the typical signs of aging, such as weight gain, loss of interest in sex, sagging skin and muscles, wrinkled skin that lacks good tone and texture, flagging memory. Continue reading
Often when the words oils and fats are mentioned, many health-conscious individuals turn off. What they fail to realize is that there are good fats and bad fats. Total avoidance of oils and fats is detrimental to health.
Truth about Fish Oil
Essential fatty acids must always be part of our daily diet – without them, we take one step closer to our deaths. Essential fatty acids are divided into two families: omega-6 EFAs and omega-3 EFAs. Although there are only very slight differences to distinguish the two groups of essential fatty acids from each other, studies have revealed that too much intake of omega-6 EFAs can lead to inflammation, blood clotting and tumor growth.
The good news, however, is that the opposite is true for omega-3 EFAs. Omega-6 EFAs can be found in vegetable oils while omega-3 EFAs can be found in fish oils among other foods. Continue reading
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Roaccutane is a vitamin A derivative (13-cis-retinoic acid) which is administered orally in pill form, normally for 15-20 weeks (3.5-4.5 months). It was originally prescribed for people with severe acne that did not respond to other treatments, but has gained in popularity in the past 25 years.
This practice is controversial because Accutane is a serious medication and causes side effects which can be as devastating as they are widespread. Apart from severe allergy and other side effects Roaccutane can also have inflammation of the lips or cheilitis as another side effect.
So please use this drug only after medical prescription. Don’t buy online and use without prescription.