Category | Health

5 benefits of making love

Posted on 17 December 2011

Making love is about more than experiencing pleasure. According to health experts, the process of love making adds several benefits to your bodily health. Moreover, it certainly puts you in an affirmative frame of drollnesses. Therefore if making love has become a non-priority in your life, you should reconsider it assigning at the apex of [...]

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Best tips to gain weight

Posted on 16 December 2011

It’s merely a spoof that the process of gaining weight is a really tough job. Simplistically, for increasing weight, you should preferably use more calories than you are capable to burn. Here are some substantial tips that’ll help you gain weight, build muscle and positively ameliorate your physique. Here we go.

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Famous health quotes

Posted on 15 December 2011

Here are some famous quotes on health, comprising a pack of minimal words, but a bigger punch.

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NOT TO SKINNY (Fatty)

Posted on 23 June 2011

The infamous bad guy in our deit today is, undoubtedly, FAT. Everywhere you look, fat free is in! But the universal truth, as with most things in life, is that anything in excess is bad-but so is the elimination of a basic food group from your deit.

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Muscle builder supplements

Posted on 31 May 2011

We have all been told,’Eat your protein, it’s good for you.” Have that egg, it will make you strong.’ So we know that proteins are the good guys. What we will now look at is just why protein is important for the beauty of our skin.
The composition of skin is predominantly protein. But the protein molecules are not absorbed through the epidermis into the underlying tissues. So, you need to supply protein to your body through the foods you eat every day. A deficiency of proteins is indicated by the skin becoming slack and loose, loss of hair, sallowness and loss of glow on the skin. Thus, adequates protein is necessary for healthy hair, skin, teeth and nails and for firm, youthful skin tissues.

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No Sugar Tonight…….

Posted on 31 May 2011

…..and not tomorrow morning either! The verdict is now clear: avoid simple sugars: if not for your waist, then in the interest of glowing skin! I can see the skepticism on your face: Is this just another way of pushing a no carbs diet at me? Are you trying to appeat to my vanity rather than my fitness to push me to avoid all carbs?

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Cancer : Can we win

Posted on 08 March 2011

Cancer, as a disease, has existed all along with man. Hippocrates, twenty-five centuries ago, called it karkinois because the swollen blood vessels going and coming from the tumour mass, gave the appearance of the claws of a crab. Indian ancient medic Susruta described cancer as a tumour which would ulcerate and would not cure and “sow its seeds in other parts of the body”.

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Obesity: a disease of mind or body?

Posted on 03 March 2011

Obesity, as a disease, is perhaps one of the most talked-about pathological disorders globally. Almost all of us know someone who’s obese. It is not a hidden disease and yet we have failed to address the problem permanently.

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The philosophy of health

Posted on 03 March 2011

Health is not just the absence of any ailment but rather a complete state of well-being, whether physical, mental or emotional. But these days, being healthy seems to be more of a fad than a lifestyle, because often we tend to disregard the emotional and mental quotient while dolling out tips on healthy living.

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Alcohol and Exercise

Posted on 23 February 2011

After a days labour when you feel like relaxing, most of the people look out for alcohol. If it is a friday evening the urge becomes huge and generally we succumb to it. There is no harm in merry making when you obviously think that you deserve it, but if you are on a exercise regime do go through this article.