Archive | July, 2010
Gallstones – Prevention and Treatment

Gallstones – Prevention and Treatment

Gallstones are tiny, pebble-like substances that are formed in the gallbladder(bile). Bile is a liquid substance formed by the cells of the liver that is responsible for digesting food in intestine, particularly fat. Painful spasms after meals is an important symptom of gallstones which are caused by clumps of cholesterol. By taking fiber rich foods and specific [...]

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How to Resist Ageing

How to Resist Ageing

Many a system in the human body slow down as age advances and it is found that at the age of 75 a person has only 70% of the cells he or she had earlier. Nowadays many look aged before they actually become old. Let us see the basic reasons and tips to resist ageing. [...]

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10 Best Foods to Eat for Healthy Life

10 Best Foods to Eat for Healthy Life

You all know the importance of healthy food routine. Eating healthy foods will help you to stay away from diseases and it will also make your coming generations healthy who are going to carry your genes. If you start thinking that way there will be a big healthy change in your food routine. Here I have written [...]

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Abdominal Crunches

Abdominal Crunches

See how to perform abdominal crunches in the right way. It includes both normal crunch and reverse crunch. Also see the mistakes you should avoid while doing crunches. Crunch Lie faceup, keep your legs bent and your feet on the bench. Support, but don’t pull, your head with your hands while you contract your abs [...]

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Beginning BodyBuilding Tips

Beginning BodyBuilding Tips

Deciding to enter into a fitness program is an ambitious undertaking. But deciding is easier and attaining your target fitness level requires a lot of consistent effort. This article will give you tips on how to keep yourself motivated and achieve success. Set Specific Realistic Goals You must have long-term realistic goals such as competing [...]

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Lactase Deficiency (Disaccharidase Deficiency)

Lactase Deficiency (Disaccharidase Deficiency)

Generalized disease of the intestinal mucosa causes commonly a non-selective disaccharidase deficiency as these enzymes are present normally in the intestinal mucosa. In simple terms, Lactose Intolerance (Lactase Deficiency) is the inability to digest and absorb lactose. Common Names Disaccharidase Deficiency Lactase Deficiency Lactose Intolerance Milk intolerance Dairy products intolerance What is Lactose and Lactase? [...]

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Metachromatic Leukodystrophy (MLD)

Metachromatic Leukodystrophy (MLD)

Metachromatic leukodystrophy (MLD) comes under the group of lysosomal storage disease and belongs to leukodystrophies family. It is basically a genetic disorder that affects muscles, nerves and various other organs.

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Ab Exercises for Women

Ab Exercises for Women

When it comes to working out, especially doing abdominal exercises, the type of workouts for men and women are usually very different, because women do not want to achieve the same look as men. Men are usually trying to achieve a six-pack, whereas the majority of women are looking to tone up and lose some [...]

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Treatment for Stroke

Treatment for Stroke

Stroke is a disease with an acute beginning and a chronic end. It is a major cause of morbidity and mortality in the elderly. The condition is of equal frequency in the two sexes and increases steeply with age, and approximately 75% of all strokes occur in patients over 65 years of age.

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Lose Weight and Build Muscles

Lose Weight and Build Muscles

Did you know that you can look like you’ve lost weight without actually losing anything at all? When you work to build your muscles, you will find that you not only feel better but you look terrific too. Muscle building burns calories, so you are bound to lose some weight but what it also does [...]

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Green tea and its Features

Green tea and its Features

‘Green Tea’ is often lauded for its amazing health benefits. This Chinese tea is renowned globally for its authentic use. Green teas are non-fermented teas. Since the oxidation of catechins is minimal, they are the best anti-oxidants. Green tea is found to have anti-carcinogenic, cardio-protective and anti-ageing properties. People in Green tea consuming countries mainly Japan [...]

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Pranayama

Pranayama

Yoga is excellent for both our body and mind. One can follow a well-written book on yoga or learn it from a master. Do fifteen minutes of deep breathing every day.

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