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  • Even a Short Physical Activity Can Boost Your Brain Power

    Even a Short Physical Activity Can Boost Your Brain Power



    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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    Last edited by Rolf Pettersen; 11-24-2020, 06:35 AM.

  • Bulletproof Coffee - You Cannot Spoil Your Coffee With Butter

    Bulletproof Coffee - You Cannot Spoil Your Coffee With Butter





    Usually, the bitterness of coffee is smoothed out with milk or low-fat cream. But more and more popularity is gained by a drink with butter - bulletproof coffee. Let's find out how and why to make it.

    Keto coffee (bulletproof coffee) is called the favorite drink of Silicon Valley, the star of "Big Little Lies" Shailene Woodley confesses her love for in - on the Jimmy Fallon show, she told how wonderful it is to recharge with a dose of healthy fats
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  • How to Program Yourself for Longevity

    How to Program Yourself for Longevity





    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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  • What Are Keto Cheat Days? Why They Are Recommended and Why I Am Against

    What Are Keto Cheat Days? Why They Are Recommended and Why I Am Against




    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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  • Sugar Shortens Life Expectancy: Links to Studies

    Sugar Shortens Life Expectancy: Links to Studies





    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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  • Sport as Reliable Protection Against Diseases

    Sport as Reliable Protection Against Diseases




    There is a simple and reliable way to protect yourself from diseases. These are physical activity, exercise, sports.

    Illness is a crime against oneself! So, don't be a criminal! Avicenna said: "Movement can replace many drugs, but no drug can ever replace movement."

    Sport gives a feeling of muscle joy and emotional lift.

    Lifestyle changes can rejuvenate body tissues. Many disorders in the body that occur due to low physical activity
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  • The Harm of Low-fat Foods or What Diseases Are Caused by the Fear of Fatty Foods








    Fear of fatty foods as a socially acceptable eating disorder

    Fatphobia (Lipophobia) – fear of fatty foods and their deliberate avoidance. This phenomenon is not given much importance.

    I would even say that in modern society, it is simply customary to be careful when it comes to fatty foods and strive for low-fat products. Animal fats are a particular subject of fear.


    For example, we are afraid to fry
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  • Do I Need to Count Calories on the Keto Diet?

    Do I Need to Count Calories on the Keto Diet?




    In this article, we look at how the microbiota, the way food is prepared and even sliced affects calories, why the calorie theory doesn't work, and if there is a way to calculate calories on the ketogenic diet.

    Keto adherents often repeat: "Eat when you are hungry until you feel full".


    The keto diet gives you freedom - from food stalls, from endless snacks, from the need to think about where and when you can get food next time.
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  • How Fruit Juice Causes Aging of the Skin

    How Fruit Juice Causes Aging of the Skin


    Fruit juice causes aging of the skin of the face, due to the exclusion of coarse fiber of the fruit itself, which provokes the glycation of proteins and the destruction of skin collagen.

    Many girls, when they want to become more beautiful, go to the solarium, sunbathe, and even after the tanning procedure, they drink beautifully advertised freshly squeezed fruit juice. And all this in the hope of becoming more attractive.

    We will not talk here about how ultraviolet
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    Last edited by Rolf Pettersen; 11-17-2020, 06:52 AM.

  • How Fructose Destroys People With Type 2 Diabetes

    How Fructose Destroys People With Type 2 Diabetes




    The information I will share today is valuable not only for type 2 diabetics but also for those with fatty liver. And also for those who are more or less healthy, but have 5-10 extra pounds, which they are going to get rid of.

    At first glance, fructose may seem like a tempting alternative to regular table sugar for type 2 diabetes. It is a couple of times sweeter than regular sugar and has a low glycemic index!

    Therefore, it seems ideal to "kill
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    Last edited by Rolf Pettersen; 11-16-2020, 12:43 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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