exercise reduce risk of type 2 diabetes

Exercise shown to reduce risk of type 2 diabetes

Evidence of the benefits of exercise in the control and risk reduction of type 2 diabetes has been offered by a study from the University Of Pittsburgh Graduate School Of Public Health. They revealed that moderate exercise can reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, regardless of your weight. People suffering from type 2 diabetes have to control their blood…

candida and diabetes

Candida and Diabetes

If you have diabetes, chances are good you will also have problems with bacteria known as Candida. Why is there a connection? Because every living human has Candida in his or her system. Usually the “friendly bacteria” keep the non-friendly Candida at bay, but certain factors can allow the Candida to flourish – factors that…

Low estrogen Levels could lead to heart attack

Low Estrogen Levels can lead to Heart Attack

Low estrogen levels usually occur in women who are going through menopause but can also occur suddenly if a woman has a hysterectomy that includes the removal of the ovaries. Some of the symptoms of low estrogen levels include but are not limited to fatigue, hot flashes, cold chills, joint pain, headaches, depression, dry skin, back…

Stress and weight loss

How Stress Affects Weight Loss

Stress is prevalent in today’s fast-paced world. Common triggers range from relationships and finances to work stress, leaving focus on exercise and weight loss blurred. In addition, chemical responses in the body from stress can bring weight loss to a halting grind. Understanding how stress affects the body and recognizing stress triggers can aid in…

Weight loss stopped

Why Has My Weight Loss Plateaued?

When you decided to start a weight loss program, your goal was to lose weight. You committed to making changes and you started to see progress. The best thing about weight loss is achieving your goal. The worst thing about weight loss is hitting your first plateau. You’re dealing with a weight loss plateau when…

Cutting calories

What Cutting Calories Could Do for You

Calorie restriction tied to reduced blood pressure, cholesterol and insulin resistance, among other health factors – To live longer, you may want to eat less. A new study found that patients who reduced their total calorie intake had reduced blood pressure, cholesterol and insulin resistance — all factors tied to life span. “It is encouraging…

Herb and cheese omelette

Herb and cheese omelette

Ingredients (1 serving) 2 eggs 1 tablespoon milk 3 teaspoons chopped fresh chives 3 teaspoons chopped fresh parsley Salt & freshly ground pepper 5g butter ¼cup grated cheese of choice Method Use a fork to whisk eggs and milk together. Stir in chives and parsley. Season well with salt and pepper. Melt butter in a…

Foods to avoid on a low carb diet

Foods to Avoid on a Low-Carb Diet

Carbohydrates are chains of molecules your body breaks down into sugar during the digestive process. When people refer to a low-carb diet, they typically mean they are limiting the amount of simple carbohydrates or simple sugars they ingest. A typical low-carb diet can include between 50 and 150 grams of carbohydrates daily, depending on your…