Tag Archives: Diet

Connections between diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease explored

A special issue of the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease

Amsterdam, The Netherlands, May 11, 2009 – Modern societies face the increasing burden of age-related diseases, in particular Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and type 2 diabetes (T2D). There is some evidence that the causes underlying both diseases are linked. Continue reading

Facing the Weight Loss Problem

by Jeffrey Sloe

Are you struggling with your weight? I believe, as the new year approaches and you start to think about making resolutions for the up coming year, it’s time to take serious action. We are all getting older, and the times are getting worse. Not only are we facing the worst economic times in the history of the US, but we are also facing an increase in obesity which is bordering on an epidemic. Continue reading

Eat to lose weight

by RS Martin

How to eat to lose body fat seems to be a question that many people make in their lifetime. The older you get, the easier it is to gain fat. It seems no one can avoid gaining weight when they get older. The metabolism changes and/or they become less active. They stop growing taller and start growing wider. Although, an answer exists. Continue reading

Have a sexier body with Honey Cayenne Pepper Diet

by Gen Wright

Our greatest concern in life is our health. Maintaining a good health condition makes our lives better and easier. Our health is our wealth. Many health problems we experience were caused by the food we eat. The kind of lifestyle we follow affects our health condition too. Aside from the deadly effects of cancer, one of the greatest problems regarding people’s health today is losing the extra weight. Many people are trying to find ways to shed off excess fats and have a healthier body. Continue reading

Honey Cayenne Pepper Diet: A great solution for your weight problems

by Gen Wright

When you see an overweight person, you immediately conclude that this person never exercises and eats excessive fatty foods. However, according to studies, it doesn’t matter how much a person exercise or eat excessively. They will stay fat even if they avoid excessive eating or do not exercise. It’s because a person’s daily intake of toxic substances inhibits the natural ability of the body to operate up to its full potential. Continue reading

Researchers learn that some ‘good cholesterol’ isn’t good enough

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New article in the FASEB Journal describes how the quality of HDL cholesterol is as important as its type

If you think your levels of “good cholesterol” are good enough, a new study published in the December 2008 issue of The FASEB Journal suggests that you may want to think again. In the report, researchers from the University of Chicago challenge the conventional wisdom that simply having high levels of good cholesterol (HDL) and low levels of bad cholesterol (LDL) is necessary for good heath. Instead, they show that the good cholesterol has varying degrees of quality and that poor quality HDL is actually bad for you. Continue reading

Healthy Diet Plans

by RS Martin

Healthy diet plans are vital to helping you live a long and disease free life.Healthy diet plans do not mean that you should starve to remain fit and agile.Healthy diet plans start with food shopping.Healthy diet plans revolve around fresh and unsaturated foods, meaning vegetables, lean meat and fruits should also be constantly in the grocery cart.Healthy diet plans are flexible and sensible; they are not strict three-meal-a-day plans that do not allow for energy. Continue reading

Living with Acid Reflux Pain

by Harry Heys

Some people know Acid Reflux as Gerd, Gord or Heartburn. The pain which comes with these is very difficult to cope with.

As is often the case the name of the disease differs depending on the country, in the United Kingdom it is Gastro Oesophageal Reflux and in the United States it is Esophageal Reflux Disease. Continue reading