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Benefits of Blueberries Blueberries are a good source of vitamin C and are high in manganese. They’re also packed with dietary fiber. One cup of blueberries has 4 grams of fiber.  Antioxidant Properties of Blueberries Blueberries are packed with antioxidants and have more antioxidant capacity than many other berries and fruits. (2) Oxidative stress on our body is associated with aging, heart disease and cancer. So it’s important for you and your family to get your daily servings of blueberries for all of their antioxidant-boosting properties! Antioxidants may also do more for controlling DHT than you might expect. These can help to neutralise many of the free radicals in your scalp that DHT is known to attach to at times. Blueberries for Heart Health Blueberries can also help lower cholesterol and make blood platelets less sticky. This may help lower the risk of blood clots and may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease – a good thing to help prevent starting at a young age! (3) Ber


Rich on vitamins: In addition to proteins, chicken is also rich in vitamins. By eating chicken, your guests get, among other things, the important B vitamins that strengthen the immune system, improve the nervous system and generally give more energy in the everyday life. Moreover, chicken also produces a good shot of vitamin D, which is a rare commodity in these dark winter times, while the vitamin A in chicken ensures a sharp eyesight. Perhaps you should convince your guest to cancel Gran Canaria and their contact lenses subscription and instead order one of your chicken sandwiches? High protein content: First of all, chicken is filled with proteins, which are the building blocks of muscles. Proteins is composed of amino acids, which also maintains and strengthens other vital functions in the body, including cells, bones and the degradation of toxics. So you just put chicken soup on the menu tomorrow! Lots of minerals: On the mineral front, your guests are also well covered. Chicken


Nuts like almonds are an excellent source of Vitamin E, Vitamin B, and Zinc, eventually linking it to hair growth. The multiple nutrients that can be delivered by a single bowl of mixed nuts are significant and can multiply hair growth. Replace those calorie-loaded evening snacks with this healthy food for hair growth. Almonds contain a rich amount of magnesium, which promotes lustrous hair growth. When applied topically, the oil helps in reducing frizzy texture and decreases hair damages. A selenium-rich nut variety, Brazil nut actively helps infuse antioxidants essential for hair growth and eliminate free radicals. When consumed in a limited amount, brazil nuts are the best way to attain wealth and healthy hair. These are all great advantages of nuts, but there's one other advantage that many people tend to forget about. Nuts can also stop the development of DHT in the scalp.


How DHT Works DHT is dihydrotestosterone, an androgen that is found in the male body. This can also be found in the female body, but it is typically more likely to be found in men. The thing is that men and women alike can develop it, but men have more of these androgens. Still, it is something that will occur upon people at any age; it typically does not discriminate against race or hair color either. The 5-alpha-reductase compound will synthesize DHT around the hair follicles, adrenal glands, and prostate. In some cases, the body's metabolic rate will change dramatically as a result of the development of the compound, but in most cases, it will be responsible for causing hair loss above all else. DHT will work by moving its way into the dermal papilla. This is a key component of the hair follicle that is required to help you get more hair. It is practically the deepest space on your scalp. This will be the main hub for the production of hair on your scalp so it will continue to l

Causes Of Hair Loss

  Causes of Hair loss The fact is that hair loss is caused by DHT, A component that will keep hair follicles from being as strong as they should be. In particular, there is a component called 5-alpha-reductase that can cause DHT to develop around the scalp. What Is 5-alpha-reductase? This sound complicated, but it's easy to understand. This is the key point that will promote hair loss in the first place. 5-alpha-reductase is an enzyme that can be found in the scalp. This is the key enzyme that will cause DHT to develop within the body. In particular, this is a protein that will help to hasten the process of getting hair follicles to shrink. is an enzyme that will cause the metabolism of steroids in the body. The natural production of steroids will help to control the ability of your body to metabolize androgen and estrogen. It can also help to control the development and processing of bile acids so your digestive system will not be at risk of problems. While this is an enzyme that

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Diabetes - Simple Tip

Use this tip when your sugar levels fall down. Always carry a Chacolates with you. If you feel your sugar levels are dropping down (Fast heartbeat ,  Shaking, Sweating, Nervousness, or Anxiety).  Immediately eat that chocolate (If you forget to carry chocolate with you. Then eat any sweets, eat some sugar are fruits like Apples) which will help you to balance your sugar levels for time being.  A very simple trick will save your life. Once your sugar levels get normal then don't forget to visit your doctor. 

Diabetes - Foods to avoide

1. Sugary food Everyone craves sugary foods at some point, whether it’s chocolate, cake or candy. However, foods that are high in added sugar usually contain no protein or fibre, so they can cause your blood sugar levels to spike quickly and then drop sharply. Sugary foods are also associated with increased weight gain when eaten regularly. Replace sugary foods with fresh fruits, yogurt and berries. 2. Sweetened breakfast cereals Breakfast cereals are some of the most commonly consumed processed foods that are high in added sugars. In fact, most of them list sugar as the second or third ingredient. Starting the day with a high-sugar breakfast cereal will spike your blood sugar and insulin levels. Excess consumption of sugar may also increase your risk of obesity, as well as heart disease and cancer. Replace sweetened breakfast cereals with oatmeal.  3. Packaged snacks and processed baked goods Most packaged pastries, cookies and cakes are made with refined sugar, refined wheat flour an

Diabetes - Symptoms

Sometimes Diabetes can develop without any warnings signs. In fact, about a third of all people who have Diabetes don't know they have it; most of them have Type 2 Diabetes. That's why it's important to talk to your doctor about your risk for Diabetes and determine if you should be tested, even if you have none of the warning signs. Early symptoms of diabetes may include: Fatigue-  As your cells are deprived of sugar you may feel tired. Frequent infections and slow healing sores -  Type 2 diabetes decreases your ability to heal and resist infections. Increased thirst-  The extra sugar build up in your body causes fluids to be pulled out from tissues. This may make you feel thirsty frequently. Frequent urination-  As a result of having more water, you will urinate more. Hunger pangs-  Your body is not able to convert food into energy due to lack of insulin, which carries sugar to the cells and produces energy. When we are low on energy we feel hungry more often. Blurred visi

Diabetes - History

A Brief History of Diabetes  Diabetes as a known condition has been around since ancient times. Here is a brief timeline of the disease: 1552 BC : The physician Hesy-Ra wrote the first mention of a symptom of diabetes (frequent urination) on Egyptian papyrus. 250 BC : Apollonius of Memphis coined the term diabetes. 11th century AD : The word mellitus—Latin for honey—was added to the term diabetes. At the time, diabetes was diagnosed by tasting the urine to see if it was sweet. The 1800s : A test was developed to detect sugar in the urine. The early 1900s : Several diabetes diet treatments were rolled out. These included a whiskey and black coffee "cleanse" followed by a restrictive diet (often leading to starvation) and an "oat-cure," consisting of frequent doses of 1:1 oats to butter mixture. 1929 : Insulin was produced and distributed for the first time. 1950 : The diabetic food exchange system was first developed. 1959 : Type 1 and type 2 diabetes were distinguis

Diabetes - Myths

MYTH : Diabetics cannot consume fruits. FACT : Diabetics can consume fruits because they contain fibre and fructose sugar. Due to the fibre content of fruits, fructose is released slowly into the blood and our body can utilise fructose without insulin. However, fruit juices are not recommended because they don't contain fibre. (Fruits like banana, Chikoo, Mango, Grapes, Sugarcane and Custard Apple are not recommended.) MYTH :  Bitter tasting foods will lower blood sugar. FACT :  Consuming bitter tasting items like neem and bitter gourd (karela) will not reduce blood sugar because glucose is derived from foods rich in carbohydrates, even if they are not sweet. MYTH :  A diabetic cannot consume any type of sweetener. FACT :  Direct sugar is usually omitted from the diet of most diabetics. However, sugar substitutes can be used in two forms; fructose sugar (fruits) and artificial sweeteners. MYTH :  All types of diabetes are same. FACT :  There are several types of diabetes out of whi

Diabetes - Preventions

Being overweight, leading a sedentary lifestyle, lack of exercise and consumption of high calorie, sugary and fatty foods are the reasons that give rise to this lifestyle ailment. Follow these simple tips: Regular exercise Regular physical activity can help you prevent or manage a wide range of health problems and concerns, including stroke, metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, being active boosts high-density lipoprotein (HDL), or "good," cholesterol and decreases unhealthy triglycerides. This keeps your blood flowing smoothly, which also decreases your risk of cardiovascular diseases. Avoid unhealthy food like fat food and junk food Junk food is the type of food which has no nutritional value and is high in calories and also poses health hazards. The good taste of junk food comes from hydrogenated fats. These fats lead to obesity, atherosclerosis, hypertension, diabetes and heart diseases. Consumption of junk food increases the risk of diabetes to a great extent and should

Diabetes - Cause

While these are the most common causes, there are two main factors that lead to diabetes. One is when pancreas produces insufficient insulin or do not produce insulin at all and second one is the inability of the body to use insulin properly. As we mentioned earlier, there are three types of diabetes so the causes for all three of them vary.   Causes of Type 1 diabetes: Type 1 diabetes is caused when your immune system destroys the cells that are produced in pancreas to make insulin. This leads to insulin insufficiency, needed by the body to function normally. This reason is called as autoimmune reaction, as the body attacks itself. Some triggers that may be involved in this are: - Chemical toxins in foods items. - Infection (viral or bacterial). - Unidentified component causing autoimmune reaction. Causes of Type 2 diabetes: The reason behind type 2 diabetes is mostly family history. Though there are a variety of other factors causing type 2 diabetes, some of them are: -Ageing -Obesit

What is Diabetes

Diabetes is a disease in which your blood glucose or blood sugar levels are so high that your body can't use it. Normally, the pancreas releases insulin to help your body store and use sugar and fat from the food we eat. Diabetes occurs when the pancreas produces very little or no insulin, or when the body does not respond appropriately to insulin. Diabetes is a metabolism disorder that cannot be cured as it is a life-long condition. It is entirely dependent on the way our body uses digested food for growth and energy. It is a long-term condition in which along with blood sugar levels, blood pressure and cholesterol levels should be monitored regularly, as those with diabetes are at a higher risk of developing cardiovascular problems.  There are primarily three types of Diabetes: Type 1, Type 2 and Gestational Diabetes. Types 1: This is a situation where the pancreas does not produce any insulin.  Type 2: The most common type, now found both in adults and children, this is the kind