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Is Peanut Butter Safe for Diabetics?

November 13, 2018 Category :Diabetes Facts 0

I remember peanut butter being my favorite palaman on ‘tasty bread’. I’d come home from school and a peanut butter-guava jelly sandwich would be waiting for me for merienda. Through the years, I’ve been cutting back on peanut butter (and telling dieters, too), knowing that it is high in fat and calories. But peanut butter is not totally bad. In fact, in recent years, it has been found to have many health benefits, even for diabetics like you! » Continue Reading

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Meditation may lower metabolic syndrome risk

August 13, 2018 Category :Diabetes Research 0

Chanting “Om” may do more than just bring you inner peace; a new study claims meditation may improve your cardiovascular health by decreasing the risk of metabolic syndrome.

A study that transcendental meditation can significantly decrease insulin resistance, lower blood pressure and decrease heart rate variability. Transcendental meditation involves sitting quietly while your mind settles into a quieter and quieter state until you are not thinking at all, or literally “transcending the thinking process.”

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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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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

August 20, 2013 Category :Health Watch 0

Polycystic ovary syndrome or PCOS for short an imbalance in female hormones which can result to irregular menstruation periods as well as difficulty in getting pregnant. It can also cause unwanted changes in your physical look. If left treated, it can lead to serious health problems like diabetes and heart disease. PCOS is common problem affecting among women and often appears during adolescence. The cause of the imbalance of hormones remains unknown. However, hormonal imbalance can trigger the imbalance of other hormones. For instance, when a woman’s sex hormones slightly increase more male hormones or androgens, this can result to the person having more facial hair or even stop one from ovulating.

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