Fiber can help you slim down and reduce the risk of disease. You all must have known the benefits of the most effective fiber, which is useful for digestion. There are many reasons why we are strongly encouraged to consume enough fiber every day.
In addition to working to aid digestion, fiber also able to regulate cholesterol levels, blood sugar and energy in the body. Fiber also gives a sense of fullness in the belly, so that makes you not feel hungry too soon, which can lead to obesity because of frequent meals. Function of fiber that can not be seen by one eye, was always questionable in the daily diet.
Sources of fibrous foods can you get from vegetables and fruits. There are several reasons why you really are required to eat fat every day basis.
You may be surprised to know at least one in ten women of reproductive age suffer from PCOS.1 Next time you are at a function, on the bus, or walking around the supermarket, look around. I can guarantee you are not alone in your struggle.
Most effected women you walk by will not know what causes their condition either. They are probably as frustrated as you are. And if you don’t know the cause, you cannot possibly find the answer.
PCOS does not simply affect your ovaries, as the name might imply. PCOS affects your hormones, growth, mood, energy, your whole body. If not addressed, it also predisposes you to a plethora of chronic dis-eases like type II diabetes2,3, obesity4, heart dis-ease4, high blood pressure4, cancer5 and more.
So, what really causes PCOS?
There are two drivers which stand out in the development and exacerbation of PCOS:
Insulin resistance is a condition where our cells may not correctly recognize, or use, the hormone insulin secreted by our pancreas. It is a hormone that manages the metabolism of sugars or carbohydrates in our body, amongst other duties.
Studies show that insulin resistance is due to faulty diet, lifestyle, excessive stress and toxic overload. Insulin resistance is a most integral part of having PCOS. 44 to 70% women with PCOS suffer from insulin resistance irrespective of whether they are overweight, their ideal weight or thin. However women who are obese have an increased risk of developing insulin resistance.
A stroke is closely related to the elderly is now threatening the younger generation.Recognize the symptoms early so that you avoid the threat.
Stroke is not only attacking the old age but tends to attack younger generation who are still in their productive age. Stroke is also no longer attack a city full of people full of activity but also experienced by rural residents who live within the limitations and shortcomings.
This was conveyed by Dr. Tri Wahyuliati as a speaker in a talk show with the theme ‘Discover & Prevent Stroke Early “in PKU Muhammadiyah Hospital II unit.
During pregnancy, a mother is required to maintain body weight to stay balanced. The reason, pregnant women who are obese are susceptible to disease and harmful to the baby’s health.
Gynaecology of India, Dr Suman Bijlani says that pregnant women need a balanced diet with some extra material to meet the needs of babies in the womb.
“You need to consume about 300 extra calories per day, which means an extra meal. But not too much because it makes you vulnerable to obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity and make babies. Focus on the addition of extra protein, iron, andcalcium to the diet, “said Dr Bijlani, as reported by the Times of India.
The risk of obesity stalking children, especially to see their lifestyle is like sweet foods and beverages. In fact, if observed, various foods and beverages that contain high sugar levels.
When consumed, food and beverages directly absorbed quickly by the blood vessels thus increasing the levels of the hormone insulin. Furthermore it will attract the hormone insulin in sugar and fat from the blood to be stored on the network as a stock in the future.
This storage process if not balanced with energy expenditure, it will cause weight gain and eventually lead to obesity.
If you are talking about obesity, its tail would offend diabetes, particularly type 2 diabetes mellitus. Yes, the disease is becoming one of the risk for obesity.
Do Moms often have difficulty sleeping? You’ve been back and forth the body, but could not close his eyes. Meanwhile, my beloved partner or your baby is lulled next dream.
It’s time we give a review of insomnia for Moms at home. Happy listening!
What is insomnia?
According to Dr. Andreas Prasadja, RPSGT of RS Mitra Kemayoran, insomnia is defined as a phenomenon in which a person’s difficulty falling asleep, frequent waking at night, difficulty maintaining sleep and can not close my eyes so that during the day to be stress, fatigue and head feels dizzy so it can not be productive.
Whether you’re troubled by the problem of fat in the stomach and like finding a standoff over the solution? Do not linger in despair, get aerobic exercise.
A recent study suggests that aerobic exercise is the best choice when you feel the need toeliminate the fat deposits in the abdominal area.
Abdominal fat known as visceral fat and liver fat located deep within the abdominal cavityand filling the space between the internal organs. Abdominal fat is associated with an increased risk of heart disease, diabetes, and certain types of cancer.
Stroke can occur in anyone, especially those with risk factors. Early prevention is certainly a good way. Efforts can be done through a series of tests.
Stroke, in medically known as cerebrovascular disease is a condition where there was an attack on the brain tissue. The attack caused by blockage, narrowing, or rupture of blood vessels resulting in impaired function (reduction of blood flow and oxygen) into the nerve center of this.
Stroke appear suddenly; in seconds or minutes so that it can happen to anyone, anytime. Stroke not only cause a temporary phenomenon, but also can cause permanent damage.
Prevent stroke by identifying early risk factors. Some risk factors, such as age above 50 years, obesity, cholesterol, diabetes, high blood pressure, and lack of exercise. If you have risk factors as described, in general, your doctor will advise on how to reduce risk factors for stroke.
Materials research based Health Organization (WHO), patients with diabetes has increased from 8.4 million in 2000 and later in 2030 is estimated to 21.3 million. Furthermore, as many as 1 of 7 people in Jakarta suffer from diabetes.
Serbacepat lifestyle acted more and more people. Demands of the job done quickly become proclamation for the urban, especially to find the food served quickly. Various problems arose related to these changes, one of which diabetes.
Dr. Dante Saksono SpPD-PhD of Diabetes & Thyroid Clinic Hospital Royal Progress explained, several risk factors for early symptoms of diabetes (prediabetes), is the wrong mindset, lifestyle is wrong, wrong diet, obesity, and lazy to exercise. Especially for adolescents, he added, age is a very important component in shaping the mindset and lifestyle of each individual.
“Someone said to suffer from prediabetes if your blood sugar has gone beyond normal limits, but has not reached the limits of diagnosis of diabetes. Do you feel safe and secure when it is done when blood sugar tests (tests carried out without prior fasting) and the result shows the number below 140 mg / dl, “he said, such as release received Legal, Tuesday (11/08/2011).
In fact, 1 in 3 people in Jakarta suffer from prediabetes. When you begin to feel the symptoms of prediabetes, such as excessive thirst, frequent urination, blurred vision, and get tired for no apparent reason, Dr. Dante asserted to immediately change the pattern of life. The goal is that prediabetes from becoming diabetes. Royal Hospital Progress reveals the fact that 50 percent of individuals who are in a position prediabetes will develop diabetes.
“Individuals with prediabetes will progress to diabetes within 10 years. Although new in the prediabetes stage, the risk of complications is no less evil than the diabetes, “he said.
All over the world, people with diabetes (diabetasi) continued to increase sharply. In 1985, only an estimated 30 million people worldwide suffer from diabetes. Over the next decade, this number has increased to more than 150 million people.
According to the International Diabetes Federation, diabetes currently has become a global public health problem by the number of patients recorded more than 285 million.The largest increase is feared will occur in developing countries.