Regular Signs of Aging? Or Magnesium Deficiency? Don’t Mistake One For The Other
Some of the most frequent complaints I hear from my patients, especially those older than 50, involves muscle cramps and spasms, notably those leg zingers that make them jump out of bed in the middle of the night; trouble sleeping and daytime stiffness or pain in their muscles. Most of my patients laugh these symptoms off as just “getting old”, but they’re surprised when I tell them these are more likely symptoms of a magnesium deficiency, which can easily be corrected. Read on and see if you have any of the common symptoms of low magnesium and what I recommend.5 Great Healthy Breakfast Tips
It is very important that you eat a healthy breakfast for maintaining health, energy and for weight loss. The key to eating a healthy breakfast and still achieving a weight loss, is to choose your food wisely.Lose Your Love Handles Part Two: Nutritional Steps to Fight the Belly Bulge
Many people are unaware than insulin is the hormone of aging, and too much of it can cause a lot of problems in your body, starting with increased fat storage around your waist and progressing to accelerated aging of your body’s cells and even diabetes. The good news is that you have complete control over this hormone based on what food you decide to eat each day. You want to strive to be insulin sensitive, so that your body can effectively utilize this storage hormone for it’s intended purpose of driving blood sugar into the appropriate cells.The Effects of Animal Products From a Girl Who Loves Burgers
I’m no vegetarian, but I know how to face the facts. There are very strong points behind the vegetarian argument. So before you eat your next steak, consider the following.Traditional Foods In The Prasouda Diet
In the world of juicers there are two main technologies, centrifugal and masticating. The most popular type is the centrifugal models and this article will explain what they are and why they are so chosen by so many.What Is The Alkaline Diet?
The alkaline diet lifestyle comprises a set of simple daily practices which easily become habits. Through the power of “the slight edge” these simple daily habits compound to produce a massive difference in terms of energy levels, well being and overall health. This article explains 5 key principles of the alkaline diet and how to introduce them into your life.The 6 Benefits Of Vitamin A
Here we’ll go into the 6 major benefits of Vitamin A. These include how it affects your immune system on a daily basis, being a strong antioxidant and even how it can help in your fight against cancer.The Importance Of Breakfast: Fact Or Fiction?
Breakfast has long been pointed to by many as being the most important meal of the day. But is this just a myth passed down through the ages, or is there actual scientific verification for the statement that breakfast is important. To understand more about this subject, it is good to realise what breakfast actually is.How to Work More Omega-3 Fatty Acids Into Your Diet
We’ve all heard the reports about omega-3 fatty acids and how important they are for our bodies. They’ve been shown to reduce depression, cut down on the risk of heart disease, and even help with inflammation and empowering the body to fight back against other diseases. So how do you go about getting more omega-3 into your diet? The easy route would always be to take a supplement, but if at all possible, it is best to get your omega-3 from natural sources. Here are five foods that will help you work more omega-3 fatty acids into your diet naturally:3 Steps to Lower Your Intake of Sweets
Since I have a great respect for the vicissitudes of eating lots of sugar I am always thinking of way to enjoy sweet things, without harming my sugar metabolic pathways and damaging my teeth and bones. So what are the perks of lowering your sugar intake? One that is not usually mentioned is that an over load of sugar can affect maintenance of good bone density as you age.Top Health Benefits of Ginger
The health benefits of ginger are plentiful and it is often classed as a wonder spice with both medicinal and culinary upsides. Over forty-four hundred years ago, according to “Rodale’s Encyclopedia of Herbs”, Greek bakers made gingerbread from ginger that was imported from the Orient. In the sixteenth century the Spanish were cultivating it. From Jamaica conquistadors brought it to the New World. In 1884 Great Britain was importing well over 5 million pounds of ginger root. The origin of ginger is uncertain. It is believed to be native to southern China and India. It was then introduced into southern Florida. It grows well in fertile, well-drained and moist soil that can be partially shaded.