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Fast food can be useful, and especially fat found in fast food products can help prevent the most deadly form of skin cancer, a study said. Experts have found that palmitic acid contained in products like burgers, biscuits, snacks is involved in the pigmentation process and can thus protect the skin from harmful skin cancer mutations. While fast food can have harmful effects on the…
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WHEN SHOULD WE EAT SO THAT FOOD CAN BE BRED AND AVOID EXCESS POUNDS When should we eat, interesting research. You will lose weight more easily if you do not eat during this time of day! Each country has traditions in terms of daytime nutrition, what it contains and when to do it. In the modern cosmopolitan…
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SUITABLE FOOD FOR BEAUTIFUL FACIAL SKIN AND RADIANT TAN Suitable food for beautiful facial skinand radiant tan. Five steps for beautiful face skin. Little tips for radiant tan. What moisturizing daily face cream for dry skin wrinkles do you use? Most likely, each of you has asked this question to your girlfriends because we do not stop searching for the best. Every woman takes daily…
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 DETAILED EXPLANATIONS OF HOW THEY AFFECT CERTAIN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES How to feed your skin, it is important to know that nutrition is not intended merely to satiate our hunger or to satisfy our tastebuds. The food is mostly source of essential nutrients that keep us alive and tone. Some of the minerals and vitamins in food are also responsible for the beautiful appearance of…
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Although honey and cinnamon cannot magically melt the fat away, as some Internet sites say, there is a small amount of evidence behind the claims, and they may help you lose a small amount of weight when combined with a healthy diet. Consult your doctor before attempting any weight-loss diet, and don't rely on any food to be the "magic bullet" for weight loss. *For…
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Bloodstream triglycerides increase when you consume too many calories or carbohydrates on a daily basis. High levels of triglycerides can convert bad cholesterol (LDL) into a more dangerous form that is capable of damaging arteries. High triglycerides can also prevent the creation of good cholesterol (HDL). Weight loss and a reduced fat and carbohydrate intake can lower triglyceride levels, reducing the risk of heart disease.…
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Even the slimmest people can look like they've instantly gained belly weight when they eat or drink foods that cause abdominal bloating. Gas, water retention and constipation are common causes of uncomfortable stomach bloating. Trigger foods that can wreak havoc on your flat midsection can vary from person to person, but there are some common offenders that affect most. Avoid these foods and review some…
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Diarrhea can be caused by a variety of reasons including Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Crohn's Disease, taking certain prescription medications, eating an unhealthy diet, hormone changes or having a cold or the flu. Many times, the first reaction to having diarrhea is to stop eating and only drink liquids. However, Barbara Bradley Bolen, Ph.D., believes that eating certain foods may actually help calm your stomach…
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Bloating, a common digestive problem, can affect anyone. There are many causes of bloating, but most people notice this problem after eating or drinking certain foods. Menstruating women often complain of bloating. But regardless of the cause, there are techniques to control the uncomfortable feeling of bloating. Identification Medline Plus Medical Encyclopedia describes abdominal bloating as a feeling of tightness or fullness around the stomach…
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Weight gain during menopause is so common that some women even have a name for it — the “meno-pot.” It’s the potbelly that develops in so many women during mid-life, when changing hormones and a slower metabolism team up to pack on the extra pounds. There’s no quick-and-easy fix for mid-life weight gain, but weight gain during menopause is not inevitable. Even though there is…
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