According to researchers, being mindful while engaging in physical activity amplifies the anti-anxiety and anti-stress effects that we know that exercise has. The researchers discovered that although study participants reported being less stressed when they were moving around, the benefits were…
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Monthly Archives: June 2018
16:8 Fasting Diet Proven To Be Effective For Weight Loss
There is now preliminary scientific evidence that supports the 16:8 diet, which can be another effective weight loss tool. According to a study, fasting every day is effective for reducing weight and lowering blood pressure. The study examined how time-restricted eating affected weight loss in…
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Higher Vitamin D Levels Linked To Reduced Breast Cancer Risk
A study has indicated that higher vitamin D levels are associated with reduced breast cancer risk. Data was pooled from 2 randomized clinical trials consisting of 3,325 participants and a prospective study consisting of 1,713 participants for examining the association between breast cancer risk…
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What Is The Best Time To Consume Protein Supplements
A review of existing studies reveals that the consumption of protein supplements together with meals could be better for the promotion of weight control than the consumption of supplements in-between meals after a resistance exercise training routine.
It’s well known that the…
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Guide to Asthma Reliever Inhalers
Understanding asthma reliever inhalers is of critical importance for both asthma sufferers and parents with asthmatic children. The following guide covers some of the most important points for those new to the subject of asthma reliever inhalers.
How do reliever inhalers help asthma?
When an …
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“Strenuous Exercise Weakens The Immune System” Proven To Be A Myth
Research findings from the 1980s led to the popular belief that taking part in endurance sports will suppress the immune system and increase risk of infection. An in depth analysis of research articles which have been published since the 1980s has proven this to be a myth.
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Smartphone Addiction Can Increase Risk Of Depression
Smartphones have become an important part of our lives for the majority of us, enabling us to be connected and up to date all the time. The negative aspect of this convenience is that a lot of us are addicted to the frequent chimes, pings, vibrations and other devices alert, not able to ignore…
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Breastfeeding For 6 Months Can Help Reduce Diabetes Risk
According to a study, women who breastfeed for 6 months or more have almost half the risk of type 2 diabetes during their childbearing years. The study revealed a significant association between duration of breastfeeding and reduced risk of diabetes, even after all other possible risk factors…
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One Hour Of Exercise Every Week Can Help Prevent Depression
Research has shown that exercising regularly for just a single hour a week can help prevent depression. The results of an analysis reveal that even a small amount of any intensity exercise can help to protect against depression and benefit mental health regardless of gender or age. The analysis…
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Low-Calorie Sweeteners Could Increase Risk Of Metabolic Syndrome
A study on fat samples and stem cells derived from fat indicates that low-calorie sweetener consumption could promote metabolic syndrome, a cluster of risk factors: high blood pressure, abdominal fat, unhealthy cholesterol levels and high blood sugar, which increase the risk of heart and blood…
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