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Here we discuss how Keto Diet can improve our health, life etc. Any issues, questions linked to ketogenic diet can be posted here.
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    Sugar Harms Human Health and Causes Cancer
    by Mike Hendricks





    Until 100 years ago, refined sugar was not an essential part of the daily diet. Only very rich people could afford it.

    Today the picture has changed dramatically and for most people a day without a sweet dessert looks bleak and dull.


    However, over the past 100 years, the number of cases of obesity, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer has increased dramatically.


    Scientists first started talking about
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  • Rolf Pettersen
    Even a Short Physical Activity Can Boost Your Brain Power
    by Rolf Pettersen


    We know that physical activity improves health, protects against obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular problems. But the beneficial effects of exercise extend not only to our body but also to our mind.

    It has long been known that exercise breaks during mental work improve performance.

    You might think that exercise, like any change in activity, simply allows the brain to get distracted and rest, but in fact, exercise itself directly affects the brain.
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    Yesterday, 04:49 AM
  • Barbara Radcliffe
    How to Program Yourself for Longevity
    by Barbara Radcliffe




    We have the right and ability to determine our own longevity.

    How much you want to live a long, fulfilling life, for what longevity you set or program yourself, largely depends on how long you will live. But this is just a theory that everyone can try to put into practice.

    Let's speculate! No one has yet died because of old age. People die of natural death only from diseases.

    Therefore, the prospects are extremely simple - first,
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  • Philip Deere
    What Are Keto Cheat Days? Why They Are Recommended and Why I Am Against
    by Philip Deere



    From the title of the article, my opinion about the carbohydrate load on the keto diet is already clear. But if you are interested in my arguments and thoughts on this matter, welcome!




    What is a cheat meal and why is it recommended?


    A cheat meal, in the classical sense, is cheating food, cheating your way of eating.

    This term was coined for people who want to remove food restrictions dictated by diets or even the indications
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    11-22-2020, 06:06 AM
  • Mike Hendricks
    Sugar Shortens Life Expectancy: Links to Studies
    by Mike Hendricks




    Avoiding sweets guarantees to extend the average life expectancy of a person.


    The benefits of avoiding sweets:



    - prevention of systematic vascular inflammation (prevention of stroke and heart attack)

    - prevention of autoimmune reactions (allergies, psoriasis)

    - prevention of atherosclerosis, and consequently-cardiovascular diseases

    - normalization of body weight, since body fat is modified...
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  • Rolf Pettersen
    Even a Short Physical Activity Can Boost Your Brain Power
    by Rolf Pettersen


    We know that physical activity improves health, protects against obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular problems. But the beneficial effects of exercise extend not only to our body but also to our mind.

    It has long been known that exercise breaks during mental work improve performance.

    You might think that exercise, like any change in activity, simply allows the brain to get distracted and rest, but in fact, exercise itself directly affects the brain.
    ...
    Yesterday, 04:49 AM
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