Friday, December 12, 2014

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Banish Joint Pain with Six Foods

You've heard "You are what you eat". Whatever you eat will affect your health both positively and negatively. By choosing the right foods you can also reduce joint pain.

Joint pain usually health problems facing them at the end of the age of 30 years. Joint pain can occur in the knees, elbows, neck, shoulders, and hips. In addition to exercise, you should eat healthy and nutritious foods that can reduce pain. Here are six of the best food that can relieve joint, Friday:

1. Salmon: This fish is rich in Omega-3 fatty acids. Include salmon in your daily diet to cure joint pain. The content of this can reduce the inflammation which is a common cause of joint pain. Other seafood rich in Omega-3 fatty acids.

2. Berry: Strawberries and blueberries are the most effective diet to help reduce joint pain. According to the Journal of the American College of Nutrition, strawberries and other berries reduce C-reactive protein that causes inflammation and joint pain. In addition, the antioxidants in fruit, especially bioflavonoids known as quercetin and anthocyanidins can reduce joint pain mostly.

Thursday, December 11, 2014

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Prevent Stroke with Diligent Eat Tomatoes

Blessed are those who like to eat tomatoes. Research experts from Filandia shows, people who love to eat tomatoes may have a lower risk for stroke.
   
As published in the journal Neurology, experts from the University of Eastern Finland, Kuopio investigated approximately 1,000 parents. Research found that those who had higher levels of the antioxidant lycopene, which is relatively high in the blood, are less likely to have a stroke over the next twelve years.

Lycopene is a chemical substance that gives the red color to foods such as tomatoes, red peppers, watermelon and papaya. For most people, the tomato is the best source of lycopene.

Lead researcher Jouni Karppi, stating lycopene is "a powerful antioxidant". That is, these substances can help protect body cells from damage that can eventually lead to disease. Laboratory studies also showed that lycopene helps fight inflammation and blood clotting, and probably better in the process than other antioxidants.

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

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Overcome Depression With Coffee

You like to drink coffee? It turns hobby coffee can improve your mental health. According to the study, women who like to drink coffee is rare to suffer from depression than women who did not drink coffee or eat only as much as one cup of coffee a day. Although this conclusion seems too early, a written research results in the journal Archives of Internal Medicine, said that with the consumption of coffee, one can reduce the guilt that exist within them.

With the present study, the negative impression that had been attached to the coffee and then decreased. High doses of caffeine levels that have associated with many diseases could finally distracted by this positive impact.
Approximately 80% of the caffeine in the world is generally consumed in the form of coffee. Caffeine is a stimulant of the nervous system that is most widely used. Caffeine is proven to have adverse effects on cardiovascular health, cancer, and inflammation. However, beyond that, caffeine has a positive impact on one's mood.

It has been widely demonstrated that in the short term, caffeine has a positive effect on mood by increasing energy. In addition, caffeine is also able to make your eyes always awake. Based on the short-term positive effects, many experts who became interested in knowing more positive effects of caffeine in the long run.

Tuesday, December 09, 2014

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Obesity in Young Risk of Kidney Disease

Overweight and obesity have been associated with various diseases, such as heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, and some other diseases. According to recent studies, obesity since the young can also increase the risk of kidney disease.

A recent study analyzed the long-term data on more than 4,600 people in the UK who were born in March 1946. The participants had a body mass index varied, namely 20, 26, 36, 43, 53, 60, and 64. The body mass index is a measurement of fat body based on height and weight. The body mass index above 29 is considered obese.

The participants were overweight to obese at a young age or the age of 26 or 36 have an increased risk of chronic kidney disease is higher in the age 60 to 64 years. Risk than those who are not obese at a young age and in old age.

According to a study published in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, has a waist-hip circumference ratio greater during middle age is also associated with chronic kidney disease at the age of 60 to 64 years.
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