Friday, September 15, 2017

Pepsi Halloween Cola Limited Edition

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Yup, it's Halloween again and Pepsi is joining the fun with their latest limited edition "Halloween Cola." It's pink but you can't tell the flavor since it's secret. It's probably strawberry flavored. Unfortunately for us it's only available in Japan. So you have to travel to across the globe just to get your hands on this Pepsi Halloween Cola.


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Thursday, September 7, 2017

Supersize Fastfood Products Fueling the Obesity Epidemic



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Consumers who were persuaded to supersize a meal or drink take on an extra 55% more calories on average and it has resulted to a huge yearly weight gain according to an experts. 78% of the participants in the survey said that the restaurants, fast food outlets and stores at least once a week asked them if they wanted to "go large." Those consumers who said yes get an extra 55% more calories on average by paying just a fraction more. Supersizing a meal or a coffee raises the cost by an average of 17%. Those calories add up to a weight gain of about 5lbs a year. People who are in the age range of 18-24 are the most likely to experience up-selling, consuming an extra 750 calories a week that could potentially lead them to gain 11lbs of extra weight in a year.

The report comes from the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH). Studies have shown that when people are presented with larger portion sizes, they consume more and increase their calorie intake. According to fastfood staff they were trained and get extra bonus if they up-sell. One cafe worker says that if they are asked for a latte, “I will reply with ‘large?’ The confidence of insinuating that a large is in fact what a typical customer orders often nudges the customer into getting the bigger and slightly more expensive drink.” If somebody asks for a cake, the response is: “Is that with cream or ice cream today?”
~ source

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Friday, August 18, 2017

How to Treat Dry Eyes?



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Sometimes when you are staring too much into your computer monitor or smartphone your eyes become dry and really tired. If you have any symptoms of dry eye, you can try natural remedies, over-the-counter drops, or prescription treatments that will help you deal with it.

Dry eye syndrome, or dry eye disease, is a common condition that occurs when the eyes don't make enough tears, or the tears evaporate too quickly. This leads to the eyes drying out and becoming red, swollen and irritated. Dry eye syndrome is also known as keratoconjunctivitis sicca, or simply "dry eyes."

Some people are at higher risk of dry eye than others. Tears are really important for the eyes since it contain antibodies, lubricants, and nutrients that protect the eye. If dry eyes is untreated for too long it can cause damage to your eyes.

OTC eye drops - this is the first line of treatment for dry eye. They are called artificial tears and are available over-the-counter. It is really effective as long as it is applied consistently.

Wash your eyelids - "meibum" which is basically oil is a very important component of tears, and they are produced by meibomian glands found on the rim of eyes, near your lash line. Blocked meibomian glands can lead to dry eye. Washing your eyelids regularly and using a warm washcloth as a compress can help keep inflammation under control and restore the flow of oil to the eye.

Block your tear ducts - Tear ducts or puncta are found in the inner corners of your upper and lower eyelid. They drain tears away from the eye into the nose. Plugging the ducts with sterile lacrimal plugs or punctal plugs can keep both your own tears and artificial tears in the eye. It can be plug with a silicone that is reversible.

Wear therapeutic contact lenses - wearing regular contact lenses can cause dry eye specially if worn for a long period of time. Special contact lenses called scleral lenses or bandage lenses can fix the problem by protecting the surface of the eye and keeping moisture from seeping away.        

Eat more food that are rich in omega-3 - Adding more omega-3 fatty acids to your diet may also help relieve dry eye. Dietary sources include salmon, sardines, tuna, walnuts, and flaxseed.

Prescription meds - eye drops that contain the anti-inflammatory compound cyclosporine (Restasis) needs prescription, there's also a a new type of dry eye treatment that is approved by the FDA it is called lifitegrast ophthalmic solution (Xiidra). There are also eye drops that contain corticosteroids, which also control inflammation. 


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Saturday, August 5, 2017

Are you "Overfat"?

 


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Overfat is a word that describe people who have a body fat level that is harmful to their health. An overweight person has a BMI (body mass index) between 25 to 29.9, while an "obese" individual has a BMI of 30 or above. Even if that individual has normal weight or is non-obese using traditional standards, those with high fat level can still be categorized as "Overfat."

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Being overfat will have some seriously negative consequences for a person's overall health since excess body fat is associated with cardiometabolic dysfunction, a clinical situation that can progressively worsen, potentially leading to various common disease risk factors, chronic diseases, increased morbidity and mortality, and reduced quality of life.

A recent study about "Overfat Adults and Children in Developed Countries" reveals that overfat people in the top 30 industrialized countries eclipse the all of the obese and overweight people in the world. In fact, they estimate that 90% of the men and 50% of the children in the US, New Zealand, Greece and Iceland are overfat. In the top overfat countries, researchers found 80% of the women were overfat, too.

The authors of the new study argue that using BMI will not account about 50% of the people who still have dangerous amounts of fat. Those are typically people who have the proverbial beer belly, but are otherwise in decent shape.

Author Paul Laursen, an adjunct professor and performance physiologist at the Sports Performance Research Institute in New Zealand said: "We shouldn't be as much worried about weight, what we should really be worried about is the fat part and where your fat is concentrated."

Abdominal overfat is the most unhealthful form of this condition, since the fat that is in your stomach area grows deep inside your body and it wraps around your vital organs. Your liver borrows this fat and turns it into cholesterol that can sneak into your arteries and start collecting there. When it collects, your arteries start to harden, and when they get hard, this can lead you to having a heart attack or stroke. This is why it is concerning that average waist circumference measures, generally indicative of abdominal overfat, have increased. Despite a leveling off appearance of being overweight and/or obese in some developed countries, the overfat pandemic continues to grow.

This deep layer of belly fat is also what makes your body insulin-resistant, which can lead you to having type 2 diabetes. It can also cause inflammation, which scientists are finding at the root of many chronic diseases and even cancer and Alzheimer's. Excess belly fat can also raise your glucose levels and decrease your muscle mass. You need good muscle mass to help keep good heart health.

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Friday, July 21, 2017

How to Deal with Hair Loss




If you are experiencing excessive hair loss there may be an underlying reason, it can be poor diet, illness, excessive dieting, tension, work pressure, too much exposure to sun, frequent coloring of hair, or bad reaction from hair treatment chemicals

Here are some tips on how to deal with hair-fall:

- Eat protein rich food like fish, eggs, milk, and meat.
- Eat a balance diet with more green leafy vegetables and fresh fruits.
- Eat nuts that have high vitamin E content like walnuts, almonds, or hazelnuts daily.
- Apply vitamin E to your scalp. Vitamin E is an antioxidant that helps repair and build tissue. It helps reduce inflammation and repair damage to the follicles, and healthy follicles encourage hair growth.
- Eat plenty of fruits with antioxidants like strawberries, prunes, plums, oranges, blue berries, black berries, currants, and grapes. They help in lessening the negative effects of sun-rays on hair.
- Fruits rich in vitamin C like oranges, lemon and guava are good for health of hair.
- Avoid eating food that have high content of refined and processed carbohydrates like white bread and white rice.
- Food that contains whole wheat flour, pulses, curd and vegetables is good for over all health including hair.
- Drink plenty of water daily, at least 10-12 glasses.  
- Engage in physical activity everyday to relieve stress and improve blood circulation.
- Take iron supplements, since many women and men have iron deficiency (anemia). The symptoms of iron deficiency include fatigue, shortness of breath, frequent infections, pica (craving non-food items such as chalk or ice), brittle nails and hair loss.
- Use some oil like almond, castor, olive or coconut oil once a week to massage the scalp thoroughly.
- Keep your hair clean by washing it often (twice a week) with mild shampoo.
- Use Henna as a hair conditioner but not too frequently since it can weaken the hair strand.
- Don’t wash hair with too hot water.
- Restore moisture through hot oil treatments

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Friday, June 30, 2017

The Dangers of Placenta Pills - CDC




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Health officials issued a warning about possible dangers of taking encapsulated pills made from their placenta, after an Oregon infant's infection was tied to the practice. The baby was born healthy and without complication in September, but then its health began to deteriorate rapidly.

The practice of ingesting the placenta after giving birth is believed by some to help with postpartum depression, breast milk production and increase energy levels. It's trendy now since a lot of celebrity moms and bloggers are doing and promoting it.

In a CDC report published last Thursday, a group of doctors and health officials say the capsules appear to have caused an infant's illness in Portland, Oregon, last fall. The authors said moms should avoid taking them, noting that the making of placenta capsules is not regulated and there's no guarantee they are free of harmful germs.

Last fall, the Oregon baby fell ill twice with a strep infection. Doctors of the infant transferred the baby to the neonatal intensive care unit and began a series of tests. Those tests revealed a deadly blood infection known as late-onset group B Streptococcus agalactiae (GBS) bacteremia, which doctors treated with an 11-day course of antibiotics. Investigators believe the mom passed an infection to her child during birth. Later, the mom started taking placenta capsules. The child got sick again weeks later, and health officials think the pills played a role. Tests found the bacteria in the placenta pills.

The mother had sent her placenta to a company that offers to clean, slice and dehydrate it, then grind it and put it into gelatin capsules, according to the report. It's possible the company which was not identified failed to heat the placenta enough to kill germs, the authors said.

The placenta grows in the uterus during pregnancy and provides oxygen and nutrients to the fetus. Most mammal mothers eat placentas after giving birth — camels and humans traditionally were the exceptions. Ground placenta was a treatment in ancient Chinese medicine, though it wasn't standard practice for new mothers.

CDC report: http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr








Tuesday, June 13, 2017

2 Billion People are Overweight, USA is on top




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- 2.2 billion people in the world are overweight or obese.
- Egypt is on the top country with the highest percentage of obese adults while U.S. has the highest percentage of children.
- A rising number of deaths is resulting from diseases attributable to obesity.

According to a new study published Monday in the New England Journal of Medicine, about 30% (2.2 billion people) of the world's population is affected by weight problems, with 10% listed as obese. People were classified as overweight if their body mass index was in the 25 to 29 range, while obesity is defined as anyone with a BMI of 30 or more. 600 million adults and 150 million children have body mass index numbers above 30, which is a metric used to determine obesity.

The results show "a growing and disturbing global public health crisis," according to the study.

The United States had the highest percentage of obese children and young adults at nearly 13%, while Egypt had the highest number of adults at 35%. Bangladesh had the lowest rates of obese children, and Vietnam the lowest number in adults which are about 1% in both country.

The U.S., with 79.4 million, had the most obese adults, followed by China. The research found obesity has tripled in youth and young adults in countries such as China, Brazil and Indonesia.

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