Benefits of Garlic

In addition to dishes used for flavoring dishes, garlic also has many health benefits for humans.

Plants that are commonly used as an ingredient in various traditional medicine is known to have more than 100 biologically useful chemicals. Garlic also has antibacterial properties, antiviral, antifungal and antioxidant.

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8 Soda Alternatif

Sodas are often coveted by many people when the weather is hot. Some foods are also considered to be more fitting if paired with a can of cold soda. In fact, these drinks can deplete calcium reserves and accelerate the arrival of our bone disease.

The sensation of freshness of carbonated drinks can actually be replaced by other more healthy drinks. What?

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Overstated Sleep Dangers

We know that it is difficult to sleep or commonly known as insomnia are not good for health. Likewise with the “opponent”, ie, oversleeping (excess sleep) or hypersomnia, it is equally bad for the body.

Although sleep is an activity that must be met to help the process of rejuvenation of body, if done excessively, it will give a negative impact on health. Experts also recommend against sleeping more than nine hours each night.

What are the possible cause of oversleeping or hypersomnia?

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A Quality Good Night Sleep …

Good sleep does have many benefits for health. But, do you know if the sleeping position that will greatly affect the perceived effects of your body? The results of recent research that was launched site, showed sleep lying down or supine sleeping position is best.

Supine sleeping position could prevent the attack neck and back pain, and reduce wrinkles. Sleeping in this position is also good for the spine. However, for those who have a snoring problem should avoid this position.

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Choose Swim, Bike, or Jogging?

Improving fitness can certainly be done without having to provide a variety of strange equipment. Three sports activities of a general nature, ie jogging, swimming, and cycling, is a three-sport activities which could obviously increase fitness because it is aerobic exercise.

Among the three, swimming is a sport that most small risk of getting injured. Except for swimming pool facilities are needed, two other activities is very easy to do. The so constraint is to maintain discipline.

To swim, besides improving fitness for those who do not have physical disorders, sports are also beneficial for those who have physical barriers.

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Smoke Make Mutated Sperm

Too often suck the air in a smoky room can damage sperm, a study mentioned.

It looks at new research showing that mice exposed to smoke exposure is continuously damaged sperm DNA mutation persists even in the offspring later.

In that study, researchers tobacco smoke pumped directly to cage animals for 2 weeks for approximately 20 to 90 minutes per day. Then they found a specific region of the sperm DNA shows damaged properties and the possible magnitude is passed to future offspring.

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Plum Make Strong Bones

Besides good consumed to overcome constipation, a recent study says it turns out the plums are also effective for maintaining bone density, especially for women after menopause.

Scientists from the U.S. Department of Nutritional Sciences has found that postmenopausal women can be helped to face osteoporotic fractures with only a consumption of about 10 dried plums a day.

In fact they claim that the fruit is believed to come from China is much better than figs, dates, dried strawberries, dried apples, and raisins in a function increases bone density.

To discover this fact, they are more than a year doing research on two groups of postmenopausal women. The first group, consisting of 55 women, were instructed to consume 100 grams of dried plums (about 10 pieces) per day.

While the second consisted of 45 women and were instructed to consume 100 grams of dried apples. All participants also received an additional daily dose of calcium and vitamin D.

The result, the group who consumed dried plums have a higher bone mineral density at the ulna (one of two long bones in the forearm, and spine) compared with the group who ate dried apples.

“During my career, I have been testing a lot of fruit, including figs, dates, strawberries and raisins, and none of them have effects that are equivalent to the effect that given the plums to the bone density” jelasa Bahram H. Arjmandi, Florida State professor and chairman of the U.S. Department of Nutritional Sciences.

For that Arjmandi confirmed for the women who care about bone health to always regular consumption of plums. Because according to him in the first five to seven years after menopause, women at risk of losing bone density as much as three to five percent per year.


Want Headaches Missing? Eat This

Headache is often attacked anyone. Not infrequently, some people eat lots of different kinds of drugs to muffle.

In fact, in addition to medical drugs, food could also be a headache reducer origin consumed within reasonable limits. What?

Magnesium can relieve a headache by making the blood vessels become more relaxed. Patients with migraine also can rely on dietary magnesium. Almonds contain lots of magnesium such as avocado, brown rice and cashew nuts.

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Exercise to Prevent Heart Disease

Overweight is a risk factor for heart disease. However, do not give up, a lot we can do for heart disease not to approach. One of them is exercise.

With regular exercise, heart rate into a more efficient pump so the heart does not have to work as hard as when you exercise less.

According to a recent study, the most ideal type of exercise to reduce the risk of heart attacks in people who are overweight is the combination of weight training with aerobics.

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Vitamin D, important and dangerous

Low levels of vitamin D caused by lack of sunlight exposed to spray at risk for type 2 diabetes. Similarly, findings by scientists in Australia as reported by the Daily Express.

According to the study, people who have high levels of vitamin D a small tendency for the development of diabetes. “It is very important, so you should not be underestimated,” says pathologist Dr. Ken Sikaris, study co-author of Melbourne.

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