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Preggie Fitness

Maricel lifts weights three times a week. Teresa runs five kilometers every day. Vicky plays tennis as often as she can. All three women have recently gotten pregnant and would like to continue to exercise but they are concerned that it might hurt their baby. The good news is that experts like the American College […]

Swimming His Way To Good Health

Just as boxing champ Manny Pacquiao has Freddie Roach to be grateful for, top Filipino swimmers Eric Buhain and Ryan Papa have this man to be thankful for. Related terms:is swimming good for diabetesis swimming good for diabeticsSWIMMING IS GOOD FOR DIabeticspinoy swimmer eric buhainswimming good for diabetesswimming good for diabeticsbert lozada prime healthswimming lessons […]

Benefits of Malungai Life Oil

Malunggay plant has always been associated with health and this is purely because malunggay has a variety of health benefits. Although Filipinos are at a convenience of eating malunggay in the form of leaves or fruit, it is also good to know that it is also available in other forms available in the pharmacy. Malungai […]

Pechay Health Benefits

Pechay, also known as bok choy or Chinese cabbage is a green, crunchy and leafy vegetable. This is usually added to a lot of Asian cuisine. The outer leaves of pechay, which are usually sturdy and fibrous, are usually added to soups and stews, while the inner leaves, which are tender can be eaten raw. […]

Fitness Tips for the Holidays

“I feel it in my fingers, I feel it in my toes…” Nowadays, you might actually find yourself singing along to the tune of this song; or you can actually pull off wearing gloves or that turtleneck while walking in the city. And the best part of it? People will not give you the strange […]

ADA Food Guideline debunks One Size Fits All Diet Mindset

With the development of its first food guideline, the American Diabetes Association (ADA) warned patients from subscribing to extreme fad diets, reiterating the fact that there’s no “one size fits all” approach in meal planning, especially among diabetics. Related terms:ada guidelines 2012 for food sizediabetic diet ada 2011 Department of Health studydiet for diabetic patient […]

Keeping Yourselves Fit in School

Going back to school could mean losing time for yourself. Here are some suggestions on how to deal with it and stay fit. It has been a month since summer vacation ended. For sure, a lot of you are still (or once again) in an adjustment period. Waking up early, sitting for hours in a […]

What’s Good About Cholesterol

You just had your annual physical exam, and you proudly present your laboratory results to your physician. Everything seems well; you’re sure your physician will be pleased with you. Why, all your results are normal, and one, which says HDL cholesterol in your lipid profile, is even low! But after showing your results, your physician […]

Eating Out with Diabetes over Holidays

T’is the season to be jolly”…despite diabetes. Holidays bring family and friends together, and food is always one of the centers of the celebration. Enjoying holiday food is for everybody, including persons with diabetes. First things first, remember these principles: Related terms:diabetic diet and tennis ballseating out over the holidaysholidays and insulin

Conquering the Supermarket Aisles and Diabetes

The success of diabetes mellitus management is largely influenced by what goes into our shopping carts and eventually into our mouths. This makes wise and healthy shopping habits essential in managing diabetes, the prevalence of which co knues to increase among Filipinos. Let us accompany you to your trip to the supermarket and usher you […]