Category: Lifestyle-Diet

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Cancer and Food

Cancer and Food Cancer is a disease which affects a large number of people. Some of the food you consume can increase the risk of cancer from the chemicals they contain.   To avoid...

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Fatigue Causes

Little things that you do or do not do can make you feel both mentally and physically tired, which will turn your day into a difficult one.   If you feel lethargic even after...

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How To Avoid Sugar

Nowadays, modern food constitutes a . These foods contain, unfortunately, very much sugar and can create dependency in the consumers. Many people think that sweet foods will give them energy to finish the day...

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What Are The Causes Of Cardiovascular Diseases?

The European Guidelines on cardiovascular disease prevention recalls two main categories of risk factors: modifiable and non-modifiable. The main modifiable risk factors are responsible for about 80% of ischemic heart disease and cerebrovascular disease,...

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What Should Be In Our Plate?

Fruits, vegetables, not too much fat and less sugar … but how often and in what proportions? Here are the latest recommendations of the studies of the most important American universities.   Assaulted by...

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Cardiovascular inpatient rehabilitation

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of mortality among middle-aged adults and elderly in most European countries. In the cardiovascular pathology atherosclerosis is involved, a systemic disease with onset during childhood (so-called fatty streaks)...

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How much salt should you consume in a day

The World Health Organization recently published recommendations regarding the amount of sodium and potassium that should a person consume in a day. The need for these recommendations comes from the large number of people...

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Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases

Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) are the leading cause of premature death in Europe and are important causes of disability and contributes substantially to the rising cost of health care. Underlying atherosclerosis is developed insidiously in...