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Natural remedy for Burnout and Depression

Posted by on Apr 24, 2017 in Health | 0 comments

Amino acids are building blocks proteins that fulfill vital functions in the body. Among other things, they allow the production of messenger substances and neurotransmitters that affect our mental well-being. Amino acids can be used as natural antidepressants and help the body process of building up its energy reserves consumed in mitochondria. This energy is used in the body for the impaired production of neurotransmitters and neurotransmitter. Amino acids as a natural alternative to chemical antidepressants. Through the judicious use of bio-available amino acids the body enough building materials are made available, so that it can establish the lack of messengers themselves. In a timely detection of deficiencies (in blood test) conventional antidepressants should not be taken. With current treatments, however, the antidepressant dose could be reduced or the drug are replaced. Thus, the side effects related risks of chemical drugs can be minimized or excluded entirely. At the same time it is allows the body to build his energy visual function itself and to return to the path of self-regulation. If the bioavailability of amino acids falls, the body can no longer cover its needs for vital proteins. Here proteins are involved in all aspects of life processes: They act in the regeneration of all tissues with You are in the form of...

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Too much processed fructose harms the brain

Posted by on Apr 22, 2017 in Nutrition | 0 comments

It is a long-known fact that too much food with too much fructose harms the body by so the ideal conditions for diabetes, obesity and fatty liver. But what does this mean for your brain? Researchers studied the effects of high-fructose corn syrup, similar to the High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS), a cheap sweetener, six times sweeter than cane sugar, which is used in most soft drinks, processed foods and spices and even in baby food. This new study from UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) showed how a steady diet high fructose may impair memory and learning ability.The aim of the study was the effects of the intake of these super-processed, concentrated form of fructose, which is very different from the natural fructose in fruits. They fed rats with a fructose solution in the drinking water for six weeks, then tested their ability to recall its old maze-way out of the cage. Die Ergebnisse erregten die Aufmerksamkeit der Forscher. Too much sugar affects the brain. The rats that were fed with fructose syrup, showed a significant impairment of their cognitive skills- she struggled to remember her way out of the maze. Overall, they were slower and their brains show a decline in synaptic activity. Your brain cells has trouble distinguishing the signaling and...

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The sleep disordered breathing can have serious health consequences

Posted by on Apr 20, 2017 in Mental health | 0 comments

“Apnea” is a Greek word for bad breath, or not breathing. Thus, sleep apnea is the restriction of breathing during sleep. Sleep apnea is associated with an increased risk of stroke, silent cerebral infarction and heart attacks. According to a study half of all women from 20 to 70 years of age suffer a mild to severe sleep apnea. Among women with hypertension or obesity were 80 to 84 per cent who suffer from sleep apnea. How many women...

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Importance of bacteria in your life

Posted by on Apr 18, 2017 in Health | 0 comments

We humans are not designed to exist in a sterile bubble isolated from the life. We are designed to stop us outdoors to be active and to meet many other people. We develop a lasting immunity to potentially infectious agents. Asthma, hay fever, eczema, food allergies, lupus, multiple sclerosis and other immune-mediated suffering are all on the rise. In an alarming rate, the immune system is overreacting, and that already for substances which are actually harmless. This leads to...

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Advantages of vibration training for your health

Posted by on Apr 16, 2017 in Wellness | 0 comments

A unit from the Soviet space era has made its way in the contemporary fitness centers. Strong as the shaking of a diet scale vibrations stimulate the Power Plate the stretch reflexes of your body and let your muscles work harder. Full-body vibration training such as with a Power Plate is an excellent complement to the fitness program because it can increase the effectiveness of almost every exercise. According to research provides the acceleration training a number of health...

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How to optimize your zinc levels

Posted by on Apr 14, 2017 in Nutrition | 0 comments

After we had described the role of zinc for our health, we explain what you need to consider in optimizing the zinc level today. As always, it is best to introduce enough zinc in the diet foods. Animal products contain the highest proportion of zinc, as you can see in the table. Oysters are here to tip the scales up to 182 mg per serving! If you have a zinc deficiency, for any reason, you can add to your...

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Vegetable diet is the key to bone health

Posted by on Apr 12, 2017 in Nutrition | 0 comments

In most people, after age 30, bone mass gradually begins to regress. Also, women are a special risk group, because with them in the first 10 years after menopause often develop osteoporosis can. There are several ways to slow degenerative diseases or even stop. How this can be prevented, is described in today’s Post. Play a central role in the foods which are rich in vitamin K2. Vitamin K2 and vitamin D leads to bone loss. Many people weigh...

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