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How to Shed Those Extra Pounds

September 15, 2019 Category :Healthy Advocacy 0

Overweight and obesity remains a great public health concern that needs to be addressed by both the private and government sectors. According to the 2003 National Nutrition and Health Survey by the Food and Nutrition Research Institute, 19.6 percent of adult Filipinos are overweight, while 4.9 percent are obese.

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Coconut for Diabetes

March 29, 2015 Category :Diabetes Research 0

Coconut, which is dubbed as the tree of life can provide a person a complete meal. Coconut, both the water and its flesh or meat is good for diabetics. Meanwhile the coconut pulp or “gata”, which is high in sugar and fat, is bad for diabetics.

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Saluyot Health Benefits

November 2, 2014 Category :Healthy News 1

Saluyot, jutes or Corchorus olitorius is an edible leafy vegetable that is widely found Philippines. This plant is so common that it is mistaken as weed in the Philippines. Unknown to many however, saluyot has long been used as food staple since ancient times by Jewish people and Egyptians. It has been grown since 6000 B.C. and accordingly was eaten by Cleopatra for its health and beauty benefits.

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Taebo and diabetes

September 13, 2014 Category :Physical Wellness 0

Tae Bo which combines tae kwon do and boxing is a body work out developed by Billy Blanks in the 1990s which become popular because it is an excellent cardiovascular workout and for toning the body which was palatable to body conscious young generation and health conscious aging population.

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Badminton and Diabetes

April 4, 2014 Category :Fitness 0

The best and most effective way of strengthening one’s immune system is through physical exercises or sports activities because they increase breathing, induce blood circulation and help burn fats. And one of the easiest and most convenient form of sport activity that people especially diabetics can perform is badminton as more and more people are switching to it as their regular physical activity.

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Claw Foot and Hand Treatment Diabetes

March 17, 2014 Category :Health Watch 0

Claw foot or claw toes is a medical condition where your toes or hand bend into a claw-like position. This is recognizable when the bottom half of your toe points up while the top half bends down. Because the toes are not properly position, a person with claw foot is vulnerable to corns or calluses as the toes often rub against your shoes.

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Benefits of Tae Bo Exercise

November 17, 2013 Category :Fitness 0

Tae Bo is a cardio boxing body fitness system developed by American taekwondo practitioner Billy Blanks in 1976 that integrates Martial Arts and exercise. The term Tae Bo is a combination of tae kwon do and boxing and is an acronym that stands for T for Total commitment to whatever you do, A for Awareness of yourself and the world, E for Excellence, the truest goal in anything you do, B for Body as a force for total change and O for Obedience to your will and your true desire for change.

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Chelation Therapy for Diabetes

October 10, 2013 Category :Diabetes Research 0

Chelation Therapy is a safe, effective and relatively inexpensive treatment for the restoration of blood flow for the elimination of toxins and heavy metals (e.g. lead, mercury cadmium and iron) from the body. These toxins are often related to hypertension. The procedure involves a simple intravenous infusion of Ethylene Diamine Tetra-Acetic Acid (EDTA), and other vitamins and minerals at prescribed dosages. The EDTA solution is allowed to circulate through the blood stream thereby treating the whole arterial system and regulate the distribution of required metallic elements. It also enhances the metabolism of calcium and cholesterol by eradicating metallic catalysts that damages cell membranes and facilitate the production of oxygen free radicals, which contributes in managing atherosclerosis, cancer, and lately even diabetes.

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Red Light Therapy for Diabetics

October 29, 2012 Category :Physical Wellness 0

Light therapy has been in used for treating different ailments and other beneficial effects for over 50 years now. Light is both energy and matter. And the tiny particles of matter that constitutes light called photons are what is used healing. There are different light therapies that are available which essentially depend on the wavelength of the light used and applied for different purposes because different proteins in the human body absorb and react to different wavelengths. The photons absorb by the body tissues are transformed into Adenosine Triphosphate or ATP, which is a type of energy cells use to fuel cellular metabolism such as the synthesis of DNA & RNA. The same energy is used for repairing or regenerating cells by facilitating cell reproduction and healing.

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Laser Biochelation in the Philippines

October 27, 2012 Category :Physical Wellness 1

Today, people live in a very toxic environment. They are relentlessly incessantly bombarded and exposed to different chemicals every minute of their lives. The air people inhale may be polluted with different chemicals especially carbon from exhausts of vehicles. Even the food we eat had been subjected to fertilizers and pesticides. Processed foods and canned goods contain heavy metals. Drinks such as tea, cocoa and coffee can contain cadmium and nickel. Even the water we drink can be polluted. People are also exposed to different chemicals placed directly in the bodies such as perfumes, hygienic products (deodorant, soap, shampoo) make up and other pollutants. Still others have vices such as cigarette smoking or liquor drinking.

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