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Exercise and your Heart 2

Instead of parking right in front of the store or your work, you can park further away in order to give yourself a little walk. If you take the bus,

Fitness Health Weight Loss

Exercise and your Heart

  Exercise of all kinds is fantastic for the way your body looks, for your fitness level, and for your overall health too. Many people may think that regular exercise

Diet Health Nutrition

The increased cholesterol also ‘’increases’’ the body weight PART 2

The level of cholesterol depends on cholesterol and the fat contents from alimentation, energy balance, reflected through body weight, age, physical activity, estrogen hormone level  (in women) and genetic polymorphism

Diet Health Nutrition

The increased cholesterol also ‘’increases’’ the body weight PART 1

Searching what could be so harmful in the diet cholesterol, Dr. Peng and Taylor in Albany, New York, found that by keeping, cholesterol from food combines with oxygen in the

Diet Health Nutrition

The saying ‘’The cholesterol is indispensable for life!’’ is a lie!

‘’The cholesterol is indispensable for life!’’ was the slogan launched some years ago by the dairy products industry, to not lose their customers. Assertion is perfectly true, but it does

Diet Health Nutrition

Cholesterol – always too high, never too low PART 2

The best studied molecule in medicine and for who’s research were awarded 13 Nobel Prizes is cholesterol. Isolated for the first time in 1784 from gallstones and exerting a hypnotic

Diet Health Nutrition

Cholesterol – always too high, never too low PART 1

Coronary artery disease with its consequences – heart attacks, cardiac arrhythmias and myocardial functional reduction – is the leading cause of death in most industrial countries, and, very soon it

Diet Health Nutrition

Proteins – Meat proteins increase the cholesterol! PART 2

Although this amount exceeds the necessary, in industrial countries are consumed 100-120 grams of protein daily, most being of animal origin. High concentrations of amino acids in intestine will stimulate