Studies show people who sit all day have a far higher risk of diabetes, stroke, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. Surprisingly, studies have also learned that one specific thing is far more beneficial to weight loss than exercise is. People who do this all day but get no exercise do better than those who sit all day and exercise for 30 to 60 minutes. Some even say this activity "may save your health and/or your life".
More and more research keeps finding the bottom line cause of many health problems today is chronic inflammation. Inflammation is our immune system's response to a threat - whether it's a real or an "imagined" one by the immune system. It's characterized by swelling of the tissues and joints in our bodies. Somewhat surprisingly there are some tasty raw foods and ingredients that can reduce inflammation quickly. For the detail
An awful lot of people wind up dealing with this problem. To say it's not pleasant is a huge understatement and it impacts your body in many ways. The amazing thing is that people may be able to help protect themselves from problems with it by doing one very simple thing. It's not time consuming or something anyone dreads doing. It's simple.
If asked what they can do to protect their memory and make their brain work well, most people think of the kinds of food they eat, nutritional supplements they take, exercise they get, and maybe controlling the stress in their lives. But very few think of a common item in their house that might play a part in boosting their brain power... it's not microwave ovens. cell phones or TVs....
Statistics say close to 40% of all Americans suffer from this problem at least once a month, and nearly 50% of pregnant women suffer with it in `their third trimester. Unfortunately, common Other-the-Counter (OTC) medications used for it, have been linked to heart attacks, fractures, infections, and more.
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