Wednesday, April 27, 2016

How To Get Omega 3 Daily

A Delicious Way To Get Your Daily Dose Of Omega-3s 

By Chef Gui Alinat

The benefits of Omega-3 fats are well documented.

Optimal omega-3 levels can greatly improve your overall health, increase your energy, and help you retain mental function as you age.

Omega-3s also reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke, cancer, depression, and Alzheimer’s disease – and they can be used to treat rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, digestive disorders, and a host of other diseases.

Salmon is one of the most delicious sources of Omega-3s.

Check out this easy and delicious recipe from Chef Gui.

Grilled Salmon & Mango Salsa
Active time: 10 minutes | Cook time: 8 minutes | Yield: 4 servings
•4 (8-oz.) salmon fillets
•2 mangoes, peeled and diced
•2 tbsps chopped red onion
•2 tbsps chopped fresh tarragon
•1 tsp red pepper flakes
•Salt and pepper, to taste

1. Combine mango, onions, tarragon, and crushed red pepper flakes. Cover and chill 1 hour.

2. On a hot grill, place fish and grill 4 minutes on each side, or until fish flakes easily when tested with a fork.

Serve with mango salsa.

Sunday, April 17, 2016

The First Wealth Is Health

Hello My Friend,

Do you know that the air we breathe in has 20% Oxygen, 78% Nitrogen and 1% Inert Gases?
Do you know that we breathe in Oxygen and breathe out Carbon Dioxide?
Do you know that it's ONLY Oxygen that sustains life, neither Carbon Dioxide nor Carbon Monoxide does?
Do you know that ALL CELLS of our body depend on Oxygen for survival?
Do you know that BRAIN CELLS denied of Oxygen die within 4 - 5 minutes and can never be revived?
Do you know that our ability to think and to act depends on the level of Oxygen in our body?
Do you know that with the depletion of the Ozone layer, the amount of Oxygen available for us to survive on has continued to decrease over the years?
Do you know that cells deprived of Oxygen begin to wither and shrink and eventually die?
Do you know that the death of any cell in an organ of our body compromises that organ? especially those organs whose cells cannot be regenerated
Do you know that when most cells in an organ die due to insufficient supply of Oxygen, that organ is said to become diseased and might eventually pack up?

You don't know all these?
Or you know some but not the others?

Well,  read what a renowned Medical Practitioner said about Cells and Oxygen

"...All chronic pain, suffering, and diseases are caused from a lack of oxygen at the cell level." -
Dr. Arthur C. Guyton, M.D., The Textbook of Medical Physiology

And he is not the only one to testify to the goodness of Oxygen to our lives

Dr. Stephen R. Krauss also said that "Oxygen is the key to life, health and longevity"

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Do you suffer from chronic arthritis, pains all over your body or just waist pains and joint pains?
How about eczema and black heads?
Do you also suffer from constant constipation, hard rat like faeces which makes you to develop the fear of eating food?

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Sunday, April 3, 2016

Exercise Does Not Build Strong Bones

Exercise has many benefits, but it does not build strong bones. CreditTara Moore/Getty Images

Misconception: All you have to do is walk or do modest strength training exercises to build strong bones.

Actually: Exercise has little or no effect on bone strength.
It sounded too good to be true, and, unfortunately, it was. 
Many public health groups, professional societies and health sites on the Internet promote this exercise prescription, promising it will stave off weak bones.
But osteoporosis researchers know the advice is not backed up by rigorous studies.
The idea may have begun as an extrapolation of a well-known fact: People who are bedridden lose bone mass. So do astronauts who spend time weightless. 
The pull of gravity seems to be needed for bone strength. But is there a threshold beyond which bones are about as strong as they will be from the force of gravity? Is everyday walking around just as good as running a marathon? Those studies did not say.
The answer came a little more than a decade ago when scientists did rigorous studies, asking if weight bearing exercise increased bone density in adults. 
They used DEXA machines, which measure bone density by hitting bones with X-rays. 
Those studies failed to find anything more than a minuscule exercise effect — on the order of 1 percent or less, which is too small to be clinically significant. 
As expected, DEXA found bone loss in people who were bedridden and in astronauts. But there was no evidence that bone was gained when people walked or ran.
Scientists have continued to investigate as tests for bone density grow ever more sensitive. 
More recently, using new and very expensive machines that scan bone and are able to show its structure at a microscopic scale, they reported a tiny exercise effect in one part of the bone’s architecture known as the trabecula, little branches inside bone that link to each other. 
The cortical shell — the outer layer of bone — also seems to be slightly thicker with weight bearing exercise. 
But these are minute changes, noted Dr. Clifford Rosen, a bone researcher at the Maine Medical Research Institute. 
There is no evidence that they make bone stronger or protect it from osteoporosis, he said.
All that can be said is that if exercise builds bone, it does not build much bone. 
Which isn’t to say that exercise cannot protect bones in other ways. 
Studies have found that older people who did weight bearing exercise decreased their risk of fractures. 
But this seems to be more likely explained by the fact that exercise leads to stronger muscles that in turn made falling less likely.
At this point nothing except injections of parathyroid hormone and, perhaps, a new injectable drug called abaloparatide now being tested in clinical trials, make bone denser and stronger. 
Popular osteoporosis drugs like Fosamax slow the rate of bone loss, but they do not build bone.
There is a glimmer of hope for those who have put their faith in exercise. 
Perhaps, osteoporosis researchers say, even though bones do not get stronger with exercise, exercise might make bones healthier in terms of a mysterious property called bone quality. 
No one knows exactly what it is but it may help explain why some people with bones that look strong get fractures while others with bones that look fragile do not. 
Maybe those microscopic changes in bone make a crucial difference, but it is too soon to say.
Original Article:     Exercise Is Not The Path To Strong Bones