TRENDS coolest in weight loss method now is to sit in a cold room to burn fat. Sounds nice, does not it? According to the study, this trend could reasonably dipercaya.Seperti reported from Womehealthmag ,
One study in the Journal of Clinical Investigation found that people who spend two hours a day for six weeks in room temperature 17 degrees Celsius, can burn more energy than people who spend time in warmer temperatures.
In a study of diabetes, people who sleep in the room 19 degrees Celsius increased levels of brown fat. Brown fat is a healthy body fat, which is associated with weight loss, healthier blood sugar levels, and longevity.
There is a possibility [...]
Losing weight takes a lot of sweat and discipline, but even when you’re not powering through a treadmill interval workout or counting calories, there are a lot of simpler ways to see those pounds drop on the scale. Employing these 10 little tricks daily will help you lose weight, no gym or diet required.
Always start a meal with a glass of water: You’ll stay hydrated and feel fuller instantly, which can help you from overeating.
Make a few simple swaps at every meal: Going for a vinaigrette dressing instead of a Green Goddess dressing [...]
Dinner is a unique dining hours. On the one hand, many people avoid it by reason of fear of fat. But many people who consider the dinner as the most important meal hours because they can pamper themselves with a menu dinner after a day of activity.
However, for health reasons, be sure to always proper dinner menu that is healthy and easy dicernan by the body. For dinner is a meal that close to bedtime, where the body will cease to digest food during bedtime. So when food is not digested properly it will cause obesity.
Here is a healthy dinner menu that will not make your body [...]
Coconut is a powerhouse of essential nutrients like vitamins, dietary fibre and minerals providing wide range of health benefits. Although this functional food has been widely used in traditional medicine, its amazing benefits have been recently unlocked. Here are eight reasons coconuts are great for your health –1. It is good for your heart :
Being low in sodium and high in potassium, coconut is an excellent food for people suffering from high blood pressure. As coconuts contain no trans fats and are gluten-free, they are loaded with high amounts of dietary fibre, and are good for your heart. Coconuts not only improve the cholesterol ratio in your body, but also protects [...]
You’ve heard the line – an apple a day keeps the doctor away — forever now and must have dismissed it as an old wives’ tale. However, nutritionists are time and again shedding light on the numerous health benefits that this wonder fruit has in store. If you are unaware of this humble fruit’s health benefits, have a look at this post to get a clear idea why you should eat apple every day.
Nutritional Information for Apples Apples contain almost no fat, sodium or cholesterol.
Apples deserve to be called “nutritional powerhouses”. They contain the following important nutrients:Vitamin c: a powerful natural antioxidant capable of [...]
BMI is a useful measure of overweight and obesity.
It is calculated from your height and weight.
BMI is an estimate of body fat and a good gauge of your risk for diseases that can occur with more body fat.
The higher your BMI, the higher your risk for certain diseases such as heart disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, gallstones, breathing problems, and certain cancers.
Although BMI can be used for most men and women, it does have some limits:It may overestimate body fat [...]
Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a complex condition in which a woman’s ovaries are generally bigger than average. Polycystic means the ovaries have many cysts or follicles that rarely grow to maturity or produce eggs capable of being fertilised.
Up to a third of women may have polycystic ovaries seen on an ultrasound, but they do not all have PCOS.
PCOS is relatively common, especially in infertile women. It affects 12 to 18 per cent of women of reproductive age (between late adolescence and menopause). Almost 70 per cent of these cases remain [...]