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  • Managing Blood Pressure At Your Finger Tips
    Tips For Managing Blood Pressure High blood pressure also known as hypertension do not exhibit any symptoms, thus it is many times referred as a ‘silent killer’. Hypertension simply means that your heart is exerting extra pressure to pump the blood throughout the body. This extra pressure and work can[...]

  • Aerobic Strength Training Exercise | Aerobic Weight Lifting | Aerobic Weight Training
    Aerobic Weight Training-Aerobics weight training involves lifting light weights at heavier speeds. The most popular form of aerobic weight training is circuit training.[...]

  • Risks and Side Effects of Yo Yo or Chronic Dieting
    Risks of Dieting and Chronic Dieting Side EffectsChronic Dieters who lost 10% body weight and then gained it back, increased heart risk by 30%. Yo-yo dieting or weight cycling makes it harder to lose weight permanently and is more dangerous to health.Ways to Lose Weight and Healthy Weight[...]

  • Diet and Exercise Plan for Weight Loss | Diet Tips For Weight Loss
    Advice on weight loss - These are a few useful tips to lose weight. Along with these, it is a good idea to consult your dietician and physical trainer for healthy weight reduction methods.[...]

  • All You Need to Know about Bad Fats that You Should Avoid
    Bad Fats There are four food groups that provide nutrition to the body. Of the four food groups, fats are the ones that cause numerous complications in the health of an individual. Fats are sub divided into good fats and bad fats. Good fats are those fats which are burnt[...]

  • How to Avoid Foods that Trigger Acid Reflux Problems
    Treat Acid Reflux By Choosing Foods EffectivelyAcid reflux is a condition that could possibly be a precursor to the more chronic situation called Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease or GERD. This is a condition in which the stomach acids and gastric juice is regurgitated leading to a persistent cough and a[...]

  • Diet After Angioplasty | Post Angioplasty Diet And Nutrition | Foods To Avoid After Angioplasty
    Diet after angioplasty is one of the most important factors when it comes to post angioplasty care. These include fish meat, leafy vegetables,olives and various oils derived from plants.[...]

  • Lentils - Nutritional Value and Health Benefits
    LentilsLike other beans and legumes, lentils also have an impressive nutrient profile, but they are not considered complete food. Lentils can be cooked quickly and easily as compared to other beans and readily absorb various flavors of other foods and seasonings in which they are cooked. Lentils are available all[...]

  • Nutritional Value of Kidney Beans and Health Benefits
    Kidney BeansLike their name kidney beans have a kidney like shape and are excellent choice in simmered dishes where they tend to absorb the flavor of the other foods and seasoning in which they are cooked. Like most of the other beans and legumes, kidney beans are available throughout the[...]

  • Benefits of Broccoli for Type 1 and 2 Diabetes
    Broccoli for DiabetesBroccoli, a cruciferous vegetable is part of the Brassica family. It contains a high concentration of sulforaphane, a sulfur compound which is very effective in combating diseases. It is rich in vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients and dietary fiber and is most nutritious if eaten raw. Broccoli is good for[...]

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