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  • Top 10 Most Amazing Examples of Weight Loss - Before and After

    Top 10 Most Amazing Examples of Weight Loss - Before and After





    In two years, she not only got her cholesterol levels in order but also lost weight from 335 to 156 lbs (152 to 71 kg).






    "Keto has helped me lose weight and keep it off!"







    Minus one and a half years and 264 lbs (120 kg)






    This girl's weight problems began in her teens. In six months she lost more than 110 lbs (50
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  • Why Fruit is Useless and Even Dangerous to Human Health

    Why Fruit is Useless and Even Dangerous to Human Health





    Any self-respecting nutritionist knows that the health benefits of fruit are undeniable. Well..., not that he/she knows and FEELS it. Rather, the word “learned and trained” is appropriate for the fact about the benefits of fruit.

    So, you and I have also absorbed this because it is spoken about since childhood in all sources of information — from the radio to the Internet.

    Therefore, fruit is always " green light” on the table in
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  • Attention: Don't Listen To Skinny People If You Want To Lose Weight

    Attention: Don't Listen To Skinny People If You Want To Lose Weight





    It's been almost three years since I found out that I'm special. Or vice versa, the same as everyone else. Well, 70% of adults. In short, we are special.

    And I have some bad news for us: we have been deceived. We are deceived by thin and slender people.


    They are among our acquaintances. They can eat 10 "Snickers" a day. They can constantly chew cookies. They consume an incredible amount of pizza and THEY DO NOT GET FAT.
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  • The Benefits of Fats - for Very Beginners

    The Benefits of Fats - for Very Beginners



    Friends, in this article, I have tried to present all the basic scientific information that I have been searching for, studying, filtering, and putting together bit by bit in a puzzle that would give a clear idea of how KETO works.

    There are quite a lot of letters, but I hope that your curiosity will overcome and you will finish reading them.

    I would like to discuss this topic with keto beginners and I will be happy to answer your questions in the comments
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    Last edited by Johanna Kelly; 08-24-2020, 10:37 AM.

  • Cervical Erosion: What It Is, Causes And Consequences, Treatment

    Cervical Erosion: What It Is, Causes And Consequences, Treatment

    The leading position among gynecological problems in women of reproductive age is occupied by cervical erosion.

    There are many prerequisites for the development of pathology, but only a gynecologist can determine exactly what caused the erosion after a preliminary differential diagnosis.

    Based on the results obtained, you can make a decision about the need for treatment or choose a wait-and-see position. Sometimes cervical erosion is a sign of dangerous conditions and requires
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  • Five Reasons Why You Suffer From Insomnia on the Keto Diet

    Five Reasons Why You Suffer From Insomnia on the Keto Diet




    At the beginning of the keto diet, insomnia is quite common. In this article, we will look into the reasons and tell you how to get enough sleep.


    Insomnia is a side effect of the keto diet. It is harder to concentrate and of course, you will blame the new style of eating for what happened. Keto can provoke insomnia. But there are nuances. Let's figure out why you can't really sleep and what to do about it.





    How does sleep affect...
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  • Obliterating Atherosclerosis of the Lower Limb Arteries: Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis, Treatment, Diet





    What is atherosclerosis of the lower extremities


    Atherosclerosis of the lower extremities is a group of pathological processes affecting the main blood vessels of the lower extremities and is a progressive violation of blood supply to tissues due to narrowing (stenosis) or blockage (occlusion) of the arteries.

    The term "obliterating" in relation to this disease means a gradual, but confident narrowing of the lumen of blood vessels.
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  • Giving Up Sugar. Why I Stopped Eating Sugar

    Giving Up Sugar. Why I Stopped Eating Sugar







    The suspicion that something is wrong with sugar first crept into my mind about 10 years ago. Years later, I came across an article about the effect of sugar on mood and moodiness in children.

    Then there was the documentary "Sugar: The Bitter Truth" (see below). This documentary can really change your life.




    Click on the image to see Video: Sugar: The Bitter Truth



    Well, then...
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    Last edited by Elizabeth Dawson; 08-20-2020, 10:59 AM.

  • Why Am I Not Losing Weight on Keto? Reasons and Solutions

    Why Am I Not Losing Weight on Keto? Reasons and Solutions







    From time to time I encounter questions: "why don't I lose weight on keto?", "how to speed up weight loss on keto?", "why did I stop losing weight?" etc.

    I decided to write a full article about it. It's easier than answering the same question every time. Moreover, a full-fledged article can help more people understand how to start losing weight on keto if weight loss did not start immediately or stopped in the
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    Last edited by Elizabeth Dawson; 08-19-2020, 09:19 AM.

  • Neanderthals Became Smart Thanks to a Low-carb High-fat (Keto) Diet

    Neanderthals Became Smart Thanks to a Low-carb High-fat (Keto) Diet





    Thanks to the discoveries of recent years, it turned out that Neanderthals are not a dead-end branch of evolution – the genome of most modern people contains from two to four percent of the genes of Neanderthals.

    For example, we inherited archaic variants of the genes that contribute to the development of type 2 diabetes, which helped Neanderthals to survive with a poor diet, as well as genetically determined protection against retroviruses, including viruses
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    Last edited by Sean Marshall; 08-18-2020, 06:06 PM.
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  • The Harm of Table Salt Is Exaggerated
    by Barbara Radcliffe



    Reducing sodium intake with table salt lowers blood pressure in people with high blood pressure. Therefore, public health authorities recommend a low dietary sodium intake (<2.3 g / day) to lower blood pressure, which is equivalent to less than 5.7 g / day of salt (NaCl).

    This is expected to reduce cardiovascular outcomes (stroke, heart attack, etc.).


    However, a research team from Australia demonstrated that lower sodium intake is paradoxically
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    Today, 05:02 AM
  • Breastfeeding Nearly Halves the Mother's Future Risk of Developing Diabetes
    by Barbara Radcliffe





    The benefits of breastfeeding for both parties involved in it have long been known: for example, it reduces the risk of developing breast and ovarian cancer in the mother, and in the infant, it helps the proper formation of the immune system.

    But nothing has been said about the role of breastfeeding in reducing the risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes. Now such evidence has appeared, and this is another argument in favor of the type of feeding
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    Yesterday, 10:59 AM
  • High Cholesterol: How to Understand It and Should You Worry About Having High Cholesterol?
    by Gregg Hewitt



    Why does the body need cholesterol if it's so bad?



    The word "Cholesterol" is still a scary totem in the world of health. Want to scare someone who is interested in health and nutrition?

    Then ominously say "Cholesterol!" in their presence. People will immediately have associations with death, heart attack, cancer, and any other horrors.

    And the phrase "High cholesterol" generally crushes a weak psyc
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    12-01-2020, 05:48 PM
  • Want to Live Longer? How 7-8 Hours of Sleep Affect Our Life Expectancy
    by Antony Convey




    Nothing destroys a person's immunity so much and does not shorten a person's life expectancy as a constant lack of sleep.

    Sleep not less than 7-8 hours a day guarantees to extend the average lifespan.




    Sleep quality significantly affects a person's lifespan

    Scientists were able to reliably establish that nothing affects the reduction in life expectancy like a lack of sleep.

    During sleep, the amount of dopamine
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    12-01-2020, 08:40 AM
  • To Live Healthy and Longer, We Should Stop Using Sunflower Oil
    by Barbara Radcliffe




    Sunflower oil consists of more than half of linoleic acid. The content of fatty acids in sunflower oil (in%): stearic 1.6-4.6, palmitic 3.5-6.4, myristic up to 0.1, arachidonic 0.7-0.9, oleic 24-40, linoleic 46-62, linolenic up to 1. Of the polyunsaturated fatty acids, sunflower oil contains only 1% of omega-3 acids, and Omega-6-unsaturated fatty acids prevail.


    It is in the linoleic acid of sunflower oil that there is a huge potential harm to heal
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    11-30-2020, 11:29 AM
  • Not All Vitamins Are Good for Your Health
    by Antony Convey



    It is generally accepted that vitamins are useful. This is perceived as an axiom that does not require proof. Have you ever wondered why and for what purpose we take various vitamin and mineral complexes offered to us by the pharmaceutical industry?


    Just because we were forced to think about their usefulness? Or for a speedy recovery from colds and flu?


    But under normal circumstances, with a normal diet, people do not experience vitamin defi
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    11-29-2020, 07:44 AM
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