Heart Disease 

The Heart Disease Reversal Plan

Statistically, heart disease is the No: 1 killer disease in the world. In many cases, nothing is detected hence patients do not see symptoms coming on. A heart attack that comes when the patient is unaware, is often fatal especially if the person is below the age of 40. In most circumstances, this kind of death is completely unavoidable. So how do you ensure that you have a healthy heart? First of all, never wait for symptoms to strike. Start being proactive about your health after the age of 30.…

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30 days to a New You!

Sometimes it’s just the last 5 kilos. Sometimes you just need that push to get back on track. And often, the right advice can change your life. The 30-day weight loss plan is exactly that. I have seen people lose anywhere between 3 to 11 kilos on this plan! You can sign up if you are facing any of the following issues: If you have been trying to lose weight but it is stuck If you have only the last 5 kg to go but nothing is working If you…

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Female? Obese? You’re at higher risk for cancer

Women have always had it tough. As if hormones blocking weight loss, making skin pigmented, hairfall more weren’t enough, now there’s the risk of cancer. Obese women have around a 40 per cent greater risk of developing a weight-related cancer in their lifetime than women of healthy weight, according to new figures released by Cancer Research UK. While we all know that our cancer risk depends on a combination of our genes, environment and other aspects of our lives, many of which we can control — helping people understand how…

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Veganism cured my hypertension, diabetes, obesity

My quest for health began in 2009. It was a difficult time emotionally and I also faced multiple health issues. I was overweight and on medication for hypertension. Latest blood reports showed me as pre-diabetic and anaemic with many other parameters out of range. In my heart I searched for answers better than what conventional medicine was offering me. I came across many teachers, books and videos and like a drowning man, I latched on to any strand of hope to keep me afloat. After reading Deepak Chopra’s Reinventing the…

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Sleep less, gain weight, get diabetes

Compromising on your sleep to get your work done? Losing as little as 30 minutes of sleep per day on weekdays can have long-term consequences for body weight and metabolism, a new study finds. The results were presented at ENDO 2015, the annual meeting of the Endocrine Society in San Diego, USA. While previous studies have shown that short sleep duration increases risk for obesity and diabetes, this study found that as little as 30 minutes a day of compromised sleep can have significant effects on obesity and insulin resistance. Due to social and work commitments,…

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Fatty liver attracts Type 2 diabetes

Beware. If you have fatty liver, you could be inviting diabetes. In recent years, fatty liver has become more appreciated as a sign of obesity and resistance to insulin, a hormone that controls the body’s glucose levels. This new study shows that fatty liver may be more than an indicator of obesity but may actually have an independent role in the development of type 2 diabetes. People with fatty liver are five times more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes than those without. This higher risk seemed to occur regardless of the patient’s…

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