Planned intermittent fasting may help to reverse Type 2 Diabetes

In a study, three men aged between 40 and 67, carried out planned intermittent fasting to see if it might ease their symptoms. They were taking various drugs to control their disease as well as daily units of insulin. In addition to type 2 diabetes, they all had high blood pressure and high cholesterol. Two of… Read More Planned intermittent fasting may help to reverse Type 2 Diabetes

Cardiovascular Diseases has been observed on rise in young people, regardless of gender – Health News

Cardiovascular diseases affect mainly the elderly, but for many years an increase in incidence has been observed in young people as well, regardless of gender.”The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that cardiovascular diseases cause more than 52% of all deaths in women and the number continues to rise.” Compared with young women who did not have… Read More Cardiovascular Diseases has been observed on rise in young people, regardless of gender – Health News

High Fiber Foods

       Scientific evidence links fiber intake to a vast number of health benefits, including preventing constipation, hemorrhoids, and diverticulitis; decreasing blood cholesterol levels, which protects against certain forms of cancer; and increasing satiety to help control weight. Dietary fiber may play a role to modulate the immune system and therefore produce a decreased… Read More High Fiber Foods

Cooking on High Heat like Grilling and Roasting can be Harmful

Cooking meat at high temperatures like grilling, or even roasting and frying can cause chemical reactions that release some nasty toxins in the air and our bodies. Higher cooking temperatures can create chemical reactions among amino acids, creatines, and sugars, these are the reactions that may produce dangerous carcinogens and mutagens  The formation of HCAs and PAHs… Read More Cooking on High Heat like Grilling and Roasting can be Harmful