Are your looks becoming dull and glow-less day by day? Are you getting lot of pimples on your skin? Do you become constipated very often? Yes, constipation may be a reason for our dull and glow-less skin. Why do you get constipation? Some medication may cause constipation. If you are suffering with hypothyroidism, uremia (i.e. increase uric acid in blood) or some other metabolic and endocrine abnormalities. Lack of exercise. Ignoring the urge to defecate Poor diet, low in fiber Pregnancy etc. If you have problem with upper gastrointestinal tract e.g. celiac disease etc. 5 Diet tips to help you overcome constipation problem Fiber plays a very important role.
A lot of people train very hard just to see themselves get smaller or never develop any more muscle. The problem may lie in post workout nutrition. What you eat after your training session is crucial for your progress. During intense workouts, your body uses glycogen from muscles for energy. Therefore, after training, muscle glycogen is depleted and muscle tissues will be broken down. If you don't provide your body with proper nutrients to replenish muscle glycogen, your body will never get more lean mass. The first rule is that you must have nutrition replenishment as soon as possible, within 30 minutes after training for best results. Many of us train hard then leave the gym and will not eat until we get home for dinner.
Chicken curry is a wonderful spicy taste sensation from the East. It is incredibly easy to make, and you can do it in large or small amounts. Curry is basically like a spicy stew. Stews are easy to make. Let's first discuss chicken curry in a health and nutritional light. What is curry? As already mentioned, a curry is a stew. The Indian word which translates to the English word "curry" actually means "stew". There are different types of curry spice mixes. The most common spices which are contained in the mix for common chicken curry are Coriander seeds, Turmeric, Cumin, Salt, Bengal Gram, Chilli (hot red pepper), Yellow Mustard Seeds, Fenugreek Seeds, Fennel Seeds, Garlic, and Bay Leaves.
At first glance, using the GI for glycemic index diets might seem a bit daunting. But in reality, using the index to incorporate more low GI foods into your diet can be pretty easy. The basics are pretty straight-forward and easy: eat more fruits and vegetables, avoid white flour products, replace sugar and artificial sweeteners with lower GI alternatives like agave, and be more proactive in your meal selections. True, this is only the tip of the iceberg, but just making these changes will certainly be a major step in the right direction towards healthy glycemic index diets. But there are ways to make simple changes that will literally "sneak" low GI foods into your diet.
The omega-3 essential fatty acids commonly found in fatty fish and algae help animals avoid sensory overload, according to research published by the American Psychological Association. The finding connects low omega-3s to the information-processing problems found in people with schizophrenia; bipolar, obsessive-compulsive, and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorders; Huntington's disease; and other afflictions of the nervous system. The study, reported in the journal Behavioral Neuroscience, provides more evidence that fish is brain food. The key finding was that two omega-3 fatty acids docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) appear to be most useful in the nervous system, maybe by maintaining nerve-cell membranes.
Theaflavins can help raise good cholesterol or HDL levels, according to some researchers and also lower total blood levels by inhibiting the absorption of cholesterols in the intestines. Other researchers say that there is no benefit, but it all seems to depend on the dosage used and the duration of treatment. In studies of short duration with a dose of less than 100mg per day, little benefit was seen. In studies of longer duration, with higher doses, 200-210mg per day, better results were seen. Animal studies were the basis of the few clinical trials that have been conducted. Typically, obese mice with high total blood lipids were used.