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Article 44 Published on August 23, 2016
About Probiotics Foods
Probiotics food improves our digestive health and gut bacteria. They help us in nutrient absorption and supports the immune system. Side effects if we don't have enough probiotics are
- Skin problems
- Digestive disorders
- Frequent flus caused by viruses
- Autoimmune disease such as cancer, diabetes etc
- Frequent colds
Our diet contain little or no probiotics due to current agricultural practices and refrigeration. Probiotic killers are
- Genetically modified foods
- Emotional Stress
- Tap Water
- Chemicals and medications
Benefits of eating probiotic foods are
- Probiotics destroy candida, which is the most common cause of a fungal infection on the skin
- Improved digestion and immune system
- Reduced cold and flu
- Weight loss
- Prevention of urinary tract infections
- Production of more vitamin B12 and vitamin K2
- Destroy harmful bacteria by creating enzymes
Usage Of Metformin On Colorectal Cancer Individuals
A study shows that usage of diabetes drug metformin gives 13% overall survival chances compared with those using other medications in individuals suffering from colorectal cancer disease. Colorectal cancer is cancer developed in the colon or rectum. Investigators analyzed data from 21,352 individuals diagnosed with colorectal cancer and came to conclusion. The study finding was published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology.
About Mimicking Exercise With Cuffs
A study by researcher Ravil Lai, University of Queensland, Australia shows that type 2 diabetes (T2D) individuals having physical movement problems can mimic walking exercise by placing cuffs on upper and lower legs and can get exercise benefits.
About Mobile PC Tablet-Based Diabetes Analyzer Application
Diabetes Analyzer is a software application to store, display, track and manage blood glucose levels on mobile or PC or Tablet. The application does all calculations once you feed glucose levels data. With this application, one can store, retrieve, export and display in .csv or .pdf format.
Complication With Belly Fat
A heart-healthy diet is a diet that contains food items such as fruits, vegetables, low-fat dairy items, fish, beans, whole grains, nuts etc by limiting added sugars, sodium salts and bad fats (saturated and trans fats). Belly circumference excess of 40 inches in men and excess of 35 inches in women is considered as abdominal obesity. Belly fat is harmful and increases the risk of diabetes, heart diseases and cancer. The study shows that daily consumption of sugar beverage raises belly fat to dangerous levels. Belly fat within the abdomen is called as visceral fat and the study findings shows visceral fat linking directly to diabetes and heart diseases. The study findings were published in the American Heart Association journal.
Tips To Manage Type 2 Diabetes (T2D)
Health experts warn that individuals should not take diabetes lightly as diabetes increases health costs, hospitalization time and raises the risk of serious health complications such as heart disease, kidney failure, blindness, amputations, impotence. Few simple tips to manage type ii diabetes (T2D) are
- Plan your daily calorie intake and spread eating them evenly throughout the day. Excess consumption increases blood sugar levels and fat.
- Avoid high glycaemic index (GI) food items.
- Eat fewer carbohydrates
- The physical exercise required to increase insulin sensitivity and for the body cells to consume sugars in the blood.
Foods To Reduce LDL Cholesterol
Our liver produces enough cholesterol that body requires as it is must for the functioning of cell membranes. High cholesterol increases the risk of heart attacks and strokes. An individual should plan eating foods that can reduce "bad" LDL cholesterol without reducing "good" HDL cholesterol. Some of the foods are
- Monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats such as oils (olive, canola, peanut), peanuts, avocados etc
- Bran such as oats, brown rice. They are rich in dietary fiber, important fatty acids, protein, vitamins etc
- Flax seeds
- 900 mg of garlic
- Whole barley
- A half cup of almonds
- Plant sterols and stanols
- Lycopene foods such as tomatoes, papaya, watermelon, grapefruit etc
- Dark chocolate
- Green tea
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