There are several types of ‘diets’ trending in the nutrition world that are coined to help lose weight. Out of these, the two diets that focus on carbs and calories- Low calorie diet and Very low calorie diet are two of the most commonly used ones. In this article you will learn what does each one offer.
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Whey protein is one of the two major protein types that are found in milk and contributes to about 20% of the total milk composition. The other protein being casein, however, whey is the one widely accepted and used as compared to casein due to its rapid absorbency rate and also because it is less likely to cause digestive problems.
So, how is whey protein positioned in the role of decreasing blood sugars in individuals with diabetes? Let’s find out.
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There can just never be enough ways to be fit! Here are a few of the most common diet practices around the nutrition world that you can go through and see for yourself which ones work best for you.
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Perhaps, you are someone who has tried and tested many tips and advices given to you by family, friends and gym buddies but have somehow still failed to give you the kind of results that you have been hoping for. Worry not, for we have the best of expert advice lined up here for you to skim and skimp through.
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Biotin is a water soluble vitamin that is essential for all mammals. it’s an important part of enzymes to help them do their job in the body. It’s a member of group B vitamin complex, but also known as vitamin H or co-enzyme R. It’s especially abundant in liver. Biotin is made in human intestines by gut bacteria, but our bodies are not able to store it. It is unknown how much of this bacteria-produced biotin contributes to overall nutrition of the body.
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Before knowing the important foods that should be included in the PCOS diet menu, it is necessary to know what PCOS is. PCOS is the abbreviated form of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, also known as the Stein-Leventhal Syndrome. It is one of the most prevalent hormonal endocrine disorders among women, and it affects 1 in 10 women who are at their child-bearing age. It is difficult to diagnose PCOS with just a single test and the symptoms vary from woman to woman.
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Adequate amount of protein intake is something that is essential to everyone in order to prevent muscle mass, especially as you age. As inevitable as ageing is, it does not only refer to how the skin appears over time. Age process also applies to the changes in body composition, bone health and hormonal changes.
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Don’t we all feel losing the magic kilos we put on during festive seasons would go away as sneakily as they came? Here are some easy tips to get rid of the stubborn kilos in a nifty way.
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Inadequate sperm quality and production is one of the most common male health issues these days owing to increase in pollutants, higher intake of toxins, increased exposure to stress and faulty lifestyles. Various natural remedies and other tips can help increase your sperm count and also improve sperm quality.
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Acid reflux occurs when there is backflow of acid from the stomach into the esophagus. The esophagus is the tube carrying food from the throat to the stomach. The lower esophagus has a specialized muscle also known as a sphincter that prevents the backflow of food from stomach into the esophagus, under normal conditions. It is when this muscle weakens; it causes the acid from the stomach to splash back into the esophagus leading to symptoms like heart burn, discomfort in the chest and sometimes shortness of breath too. This is generally known as GERD or gastroesophageal reflux disease.
There are a number of factors that cause GERD, including foods. Here is a list of all the foods you need to avoid and can take in case GERD.
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