The first rule of healthy eating woman
- Eat small meals 5-6 times a day. This will allow you to stretch the stomach, which should not be either completely empty or crowded.
- The basic amount of food should fall to breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea. Dinner – the easy, no later than 20-00. Generally, a break between dinner and breakfast shall be 12 hours. Your stomach will thank you for it.
The second rule of healthy eating woman
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Metabolism is a physical and chemical process occurring naturally in the body to sustain life. To give you a better view on its relationship with weight gain, you should be able to understand these two important aspects of metabolism: metabolic rate and the factors affecting metabolism.
Metabolism is the rate at which your body is capable of using energy as well as burning your calories. Metabolism functions the same way in every individual. However, the rate at which the nutrients are metabolizes vary per person. Here are the two aspects of metabolism to help you in fully understanding its connection with weight gain:
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The specific choice of medication or combination of medications depends on various factors, including your individual risk factors, your age, your current health and possible side effects. Common choices include:
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Esophageal spasms are an uncoordinated series of muscle contractions that prevent food from traveling properly from your esophagus to your stomach. These spasms can be very painful. Chest pain is a common symptom of esophageal spasm.
Treatment of esophageal spasms in the short term may involve using medications to quickly relax the esophageal muscles. Long-term treatment may involve managing any contributing health condition, taking additional medications and altering your eating habits. In some people, esophageal spasms can lead to chronic swallowing problems and pain.
Esophageal spasms affect the smooth (involuntary) muscles in the walls of your lower esophagus. These spasms may occur in two forms:
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Despite appearances to the contrary, more than half of normal-weight Americans have a high percentage of body fat. And, like their overweight contemporaries, this makes them susceptible to heart disease, diabetes and other metabolic disorders, a new study says.
Men whose body fat is greater than 20 percent and women whose body fat is greater than 30 percent are suffering from “normal weight obesity,” Continue reading Normal Weight – Healthy Weight