How Water Impacts Blood Sugars

Picture a glass of water. Mix in a little sugar and stir until it dissolves. Now place it outside on a hot, sunny day. As the water evaporates, the remaining water gets sweeter and sweeter. If you have diabetes, this happens to your blood when you’re dehydrated. Because your blood is 83% water, when you…

Weight Loss for Insulin Resistant People

A waist larger than 100cm for men and larger than 88cm for women is a major risk factor for insulin resistance. As your waist circumference increase, the prevalence of insulin resistance is also on the rise. Insulin resistance develops when your body no longer reacts to normal concentrations of insulin, and your pancreas has to…

Does Too Much Water Wash Out the Vitamins?

The amount of water you drink can have an effect on your body’s vitamin retention. Water’s ability to flush vitamins is determined by the type of vitamin you’ve ingested. Drinking too much water may be a cause for concern for reasons other than vitamin loss, though.  Water Solubility You can flush out water-soluble vitamins by…

7 Most Effective Exercises

Does Your Workout Really Work? Done right, these seven exercises give you results that you can see and feel. You can you do them at a gym or at home. Watch the form shown by the trainer in the pictures. Good technique is a must. If you’re not active now, it’s a good idea to…

Signs of low testosterone in men

Ever wondered what makes men different than women? The master male hormone, testosterone, is the answer. While testosterone is essential to women’s health as well, it is crucial for many functions in the development and maintenance of the male body. It is considered an anabolic (building) and androgenic (male) sex hormone. Women produce testosterone in…