Tea is good drink for people who want reduce their excessive weight. Three cups of green tea a day could keep obesity at bay even if you keep eating junk food. Research shows the tea helps the pounds melt away, even while still eating junk food. Spearole Tea, a blend of green tea, spearmint, grape seed and olive leaf, also cuts blood pressure and makes it easier for the body to process sugar, a medical conference will hear tomorrow.
Researcher Dr Lindsay Brown said: ‘If someone had told me you could do all these things with something as simple as green tea with olive extract I would said they’d been out in the sun too long. Continue reading →
Weight control is all about how your lifestyle. If you have bad lifestyle, then you will have to fight with excessive weight all the time. You just need to make a small changes to achieve a balance body weight. Kathleen M. Zelman, MPH, RD, LD give advice about 10 habits that can help you lose weight.
1. Evaluate your eating habits. Are you eating late at night, nibbling while cooking, finishing the kids’ meals? Take a look around, and it will be easy to identify a few behaviors you can change that will add up to big calorie savings.
2. Eat regular meals. Figure out the frequency of your meals that works best in your life and stick to it. Regular meals help prevent bingeing.
3. Eat your food sitting down at a table, and from a plate. Food eaten out of packages and while standing is forgettable. You can wind up eating lots more than if you sit down and consciously enjoy your meals. Continue reading →
Most of us have resorted to grandma’s home remedies at one point or another. Like gargle with salt water to ease a sore throat or drink a mug of hot milk before go to bed to help you sleep. “Although these natural remedies may have some medical credence as long if it won’t harm you and you understand that positive effects may be due to placebo, they could be worth a try”, said Dr Rob Hicks, a GP and hospital doctor in his new book “Old Fashioned Remedies From Arsenic To Gin”
Here is outlines some of the most effective – and unusual – home remedies by Rob Hicks. Please note that these remedies should not be treated as a substitute for the medical advice of your own doctor. Continue reading →
When you wake up on Monday but was not fit and lack of concentration, maybe you do not get enough sleep on the weekends. Extra sleep on weekends contribute to improve brain performance during the next week.
A health study which is publised on Sleep Journal concluded that people who sleep more on weekends has performed better than people who slept less on weekends. Extra sleep time on weekends is needed to increase brain energy, sharpen alertness and attention after a week of sleep restricted. Scientists also warn, staying up all night on weekends will disrupt brain performance significantly in the next week. Continue reading →