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Losing Weight Post-Pregnancy – Dietary Habits

20 May, 2016
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Every new mommy wants to lose the extra pounds and get back into shape once her baby arrives. But, no matter how many miles you’ve walked, how many diets you’ve tried, the extra bit of flab on your tummy post pregnancy doesn’t seem to budge. However, new mommies should keep in mind not to start dieting too soon. …

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Ultra-processed Foods ‘linked to cancer’, says study

16 February, 2018
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A number of surveys undertaken in the U.S., Canada, Brazil, Europe, and New Zealand have revealed that up to 50% of daily energy intake of people is from ultra-processed foods such as packaged snacks, ready-to-cook meals, sugary cereals, soda, fizzy drinks and reconstituted meats. Now, is this a wake-up call for all of us? Let’s …

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Learn How to Make Skin Glow Naturally

15 January, 2018
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A bright complexion free of imperfections is a sign of youth, vitality and good health. Regardless of your age, you probably would want to achieve the benefit of glowing skin on a daily basis. Therefore, one of the most common questions that would arise is how do we make our skin glow. Before we delve …

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Vitamin D Rich Foods For Immunity, Nutrition and Bone Health

7 December, 2017
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For a country that gets abundant sunlight for most parts of the year, it’s strange to find a significant part of our population being diagnosed with Vitamin D deficiency. It’s almost become a pandemic. Vitamin D or the ‘sunshine vitamin’ is an essential nutrient that keeps the bones and teeth healthy. Most of the people …

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10 Foods That Lower Cholesterol Naturally

2 December, 2017
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Heart diseases are one of the biggest killers in the world. The main reason behind heart problems and high cholesterol is the lack of attention paid to what we eat. We will through this article, therefore, try to unravel the super foods that lower cholesterol. Different foods lower cholesterol in different ways. Some deliver soluble …

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Indian Diet after Angioplasty: What to eat and what to avoid

27 July, 2017
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A well-maintained diet after angioplasty plays a crucial role in the process of recovery after an angioplasty procedure.When a person experiences coronary artery disease, the arteries or the corridors in the heart may totally or partially be obstructed by a sticky material called plaque (made up of cholesterol). This medical condition is called atherosclerosis, and …

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Recovery after Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting (CABG) and Exercises

25 July, 2017
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Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting (CABG), commonly known as Heart Bypass Surgery, is a procedure to correct narrowing or blockage of the arteries that provide oxygen and blood to the muscles of the heart. CABG is performed on individuals who have blockages in more than two coronary arteries or are suffering from coronary artery disease with …

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Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse

15 April, 2017
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Ethyl Alcohol or Ethanol is the intoxicating ingredient in wine, beer, and liquor which affects the human body adversely. Excessive alcohol consumption causes deformation of the brain, Headache, Nausea, Vomiting, impaired judgment, slow reflexes, lack of coordination, flushed appearance, and blurred vision. Alcohol Abuse is the condition whereby the drinker can set limits on the consumption. …

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Oral Cancer: How Can I Quit Smoking?

14 April, 2017
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Nicotine is the primary addictive substance in cigarettes. It causes harm to many parts of the body, including the Brain, Lungs, Heart, and Kidney. Smoking is one of the leading causes of Cancer, as well as many other diseases. Smoking leads to: Heart Diseases Strokes Bronchitis Emphysema Cataract Bone Diseases Pregnancy Problems Sudden Infant Death …

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Breastfeeding Benefits: For Moms & Babies

13 April, 2017
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Benefits to the Mother Breastfeeding benefits the mother in many ways, such as: It may help to shrink back the Uterus to Pre-pregnancy size It also induces to lose Pregnancy weight It reduces the risk of Pre-menopausal Breast Cancer, Ovarian Cancer, and Osteoporosis. It decreases the risk of Uterine Bleeding and Anemia Specialist One should …

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Can You Get Alcoholic Liver Disease?

12 April, 2017
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Liver is the largest organ of the human body and encompasses a wide array of tasks which include detoxification, energy production, storage, etc. The food which you eat, after digestion passes through liver via portal system (a group of vessels which transports blood containing digested food from intestine to liver). Consider this- Liver acts a …

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Relation Between Type 2 Diabetes and Diet Drinks

28 March, 2017
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We have heard this before and we will hear it again: Diet Drinks raise the risk for type 2 diabetes but for people already living with type 2 diabetes prefer these drinks since they cause zero effect to the blood sugars. And most of the calorie conscious or weight wary people also consume diet drinks as well. …

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10 Foods that Cause Bloating

27 March, 2017
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Whether we admit or not, all of us have been troubled with bloating and gas at least sometime in our life. Gas results as a consequence of swallowing air and breakdown of certain food in your digestive tract. This may lead to burping, feeling bloated, or passing gas. Gas itself is no reason for worry …

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Understanding Heart Transplant

23 March, 2017
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A heart transplant is procedure where a new healthy heart replaces the old diseased and dysfunctional heart. Most of the donor heart comes from people who have died and who have pledged their vital organs. Their families support the noble cause and help in carrying out a heart transplant. Choosing the Right Candidate for Heart …

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Maintaining a good health after Menopause

22 March, 2017
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Menopause is medical condition when a women stops having her monthly menstruation and is no longer fertile and unable to reproduce. It marks the period where a woman’s body is subject to many hormonal changes, and few of these changes may have an overbearing impact on the lady. The good part is menopause doesn’t start …

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Understanding Sprains and Strains

10 March, 2017
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We all have used Sprains and Strains in an interchanging meaning without realising that these two stand for different problems and their symptoms, causes and risk factors, all are widely different. So let us first begin to understand the gross difference between the two. A sprain refers to the stretching, tearing or any injury that happens to …

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7 Nutrients All Breastfeeding Moms Need

23 February, 2017
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All breastfeeding mothers who wish to see optimal growth and development in their baby should follow a healthy eating routine. A healthy diet would ensure that the baby is receiving all the nutrients in proper amounts and is not suffering from any deficiencies. Increased focus on healthy diet during pregnancy is not only thing essential but breastfeeding …

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Ovarian Cancer: Complications, Treatment & Support

20 February, 2017
736 Views

Ovaries are the female reproductive organs situated on either side of the Uterus. Ovarian Cancer, as the name suggests, starts in the Ovaries. It is the fifth most common form of Cancer and causes more deaths than any other form of female reproductive Cancer. Mostly found in women aged 40 to 70 years, Ovarian Cancer …

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Answers to FAQs about Coronary Angioplasty

23 January, 2017
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Angioplasty is a Greek term that means vessel shaping. The procedure involves widening of clogged arteries (especially coronary arteries- the arteries surrounding the artery like a crown). A tiny balloon is placed on a guide wire, also called balloon catheter and is then inserted into the blocked artery to help widen it. The arteries can …

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Life After Bariatric Surgery

11 January, 2017
651 Views

Bariatric surgery or weight loss surgery is an essential process to set tone for a healthy life for obese patients. However it alone cannot benefit the patient since it is not a permanent cure to obesity and good aftercare and lifestyle changes can make sure that the effect is long term. Your post-surgery diet Post-surgery …

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