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Lemonsito for Weight Loss

January 10, 2021 Category :Health Watch 0

Lemonsito or calamansi is small citrus fruit that is commonly used as a condiment for adding sour taste to fish sauce, soy sauce and bagoong. Calamansi is also usually included in meal preparation to remove the stench of fish, beef, goat meat and other food that is stinky. Calamansi is also use to add sourness to pansit, goto and other food.

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Herbal Cure for PCOS

January 4, 2021 Category :Health Watch 0

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder among women in which the woman develops several cysts on their ovaries, mainly due to irregular menstruation or amenorrhea (absence of menstrual cycles. Common symptoms included obesity/ weight gain, acne, hirsutism (increased growth of corporal hair), male pattern baldness (hair loss), insulin resistance, skin tags, high cholesterol and even a strong appetite for sex (promiscuity). If left untreated, this ailment can lead to serious health conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and endometrial cancer.

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Camote Tops for Diabetes

November 15, 2020 Category :Healthy Recipes 0

Camote Tops, sweet potato tops or Talbos ng Kamote a green leafy vegetable which is basically the leaves of the camote plant, which grows practically in any backyard in the Philippines. Camote is common across the country and is often used as an alternative to rice by locals who live in typhoon belt areas as well as indigenous natives in the mountains.

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Ivabradine for Diabetes

October 20, 2020 Category :Diabetes Research 0

Ivabradine is a revolutionary novel medication for the symptomatic management of stable angina pectoris or the chest pain caused by obstruction or spasm of the coronary arteries in the heart. It is marketed in different names such as Procoralan, Coralan, Corlentor, Coraxan and Ivabidand Bradia among others. The drug is essentially a cardiotonic agent that reduces the heart rate.

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Ampalaya Good for Pregnant?

October 9, 2020 Category :Diabetes Research 0

Ampalaya or bitter melon is a vegetable popular for its bitter taste. In fact, ampalaya had become the traditional example for bitter. Lately, however ampalaya was brought to the people’s attention for its beneficial effect to people with diabetes, which is currently an epidemic in the modern society. Because of this, many people are turning into ampalaya as an herbal supplement in managing diabetes. Since, pregnant women are prone to gestational diabetes, a type of diabetes or glucose imbalance caused by being pregnant, some experts have claimed that ampalaya can be helpful for pregnant women to prevent and control gestational diabetes.

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Chronic Social Stress linked to Obesity

February 22, 2020 Category :Health Watch 0

DIETARY MEDICINES might do wonders for the waistline but in reality, all you ever really need is a “chill pill” to stay slim. That’s because chronic stress was found to be linked to obesity in an individual, according to a recently published study.

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Eat Your Way to a Thinner Body

November 29, 2019 Category :Healthy Advocacy 0

In dieting, more is really less. This simply means eating more of certain kinds of foods, which can help burn fat faster. Sound too good to be true? Read on to find out.

Want to burn fat? Here’s a different advice – try eating more. While this statement may seem fallacious (and wonderful, for food-lovers worldwide), science has found that there are actually certain types of food that can help get rid of fat faster. And the best news is: most of these can be found inside our refrigerator.

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Snoring an Indicator of Diabetes

April 28, 2019 Category :Diabetes Research 0

Snoring may be more than just a sign of tiredness: a recent study from Yale University showed that people who snore heavily had a 50% greater chance of developing diabetes, compare to those who sleep silently.

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Weight Fluctuation increases CVD risk

February 22, 2019 Category :Diabetes Research 0

Normal-weight individuals who experience weight cycling in which their body mass index fluctuates during a 2-year period are at an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. This was the finding of a study presented at the Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology and Prevention and Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Metabolism Conference held in San Francisco, California.

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Fitness Tips for Busy Bodies

February 10, 2019 Category :Fitness 0

We’ve heard it all before, isometric training, core strengthening, multi-lateral conditioning — the works! But such jargon just leaves you feeling overwhelmed and overloaded with information. So instead, you read thousands of fitness magazines, consult hundreds of experts, and dive into a diet/fitness program but still have yet to achieve the form and feel you want.

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