Posts Tagged ‘harmful’

The sugar is not the only one problem for the teeth

Thursday, July 15th, 2010

SweetsUse your teeth permanently – while eating, talking and smiling. Therefore it is essential to keep them healthy. We present some fact about them that are little known, but this does can be useful in everyday life for everyone – to protect the health of your teeth and your entire mouth:
1. Yogurt is just as harmful as sweet
Sugar is not the only enemy of our teeth. Acidic, low pH acidic foods such as confectionery, soft drinks and fruit juices soften the teeth, a result is the appearance of erosions of the enamel and reducing the size of the teeth themselves. Studies show that citric acid is extremely harmful. The worst nightmare for children’s teeth are very acidic and sweet foods that adhere to them. They “melt” teeth like a piece of ice left at room temperature. Moreover, children’s teeth are not fully formed since enamel maximum yield strength only ten years after the growth of teeth. In childhood it is softer and therefore more easily susceptible to the harmful effects of acids. Adults also consume no small amount of acidic foods that pose a threat to the health of teeth. However, if you decide to eat something sour, do it best with the main meal – it will reduce the harmful effects. More is better then chew gum containing xylitol because it helps the prevention of caries.
2. Email is the most solid substance in the human body, but it is brittle

Fast weight loss is pointless and harmful

Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

Thin WomanExperts strongly opposed to rapid weight loss, the reasons for this are scientifically justified. Stocks of fat lie inside the fat cells. To escape from them fat, it must fall apart into their constituent parts – glycerol and fatty acids, and to perform this decomposition, it is necessary to obtain a signal of its necessity. Nature of the signal may be different, but since it comes to diets, it can be either a reduction in blood concentrations of fatty acids or increasing the concentration of degradation products, which is a source of energy and whose synthesis is needed fatty acids. They are soluble in water and transported in the blood protein albumin with. The more fatty acids in the blood is, the more albumin should be and the greater is the tenacity of the blood. , According to nutritionists is the first disadvantage of rapid weight loss. Part of the fatty acids may be used by working muscles to produce energy. The more active muscle work, the more fatty acids are activated. “Burning” of fatty acids is accompanied by the release of same products, and wood combustion – carbon dioxide and water. The mass of water is formed approximately 7.5 times greater than the mass of the “burn” fat. I.e. if you “burn” fat 200 g for a period of one week, everything is fine, but if this happened on one day, the volume of circulating blood was increased by 1.5 liters. And this leads to loading of the heart and kidneys, therefore, there is the second negative.

Which is the best antioxidant?

Monday, January 18th, 2010

FruitsThere is nothing surprising in that the topic is particularly relevant antioxidants – those beneficial nutrients protect us from the harmful effects of free radicals that are responsible for the development of many cardiovascular diseases, cancer and aging processes. Below we offer you answer the questions, what amount of antioxidants it is desirable to adopt, is it possible to overdose vitamins A, C, E and other “defenders” of the immune system.
1. How do we know whether getting enough antioxidants?
There is no way to know, as yet not known the exact recommended quantities to be consumed. To meet the daily needs of the body, include in your diet foods rich in antioxidants – mostly a variety of vegetables and fruits. If you are a complex of vitamins and minerals, observe the recommended doses indicated on the label.
2. Can you overdose antioxidants?
The rule that too much is not good good, and true in this case. Experts argue that large amounts of antioxidants could overload their immune system, damaging the body’s ability to “samopopravya. Such a problem when taking the recommended amounts of antioxidants does not exist. If you are taking large doses of one or a limited number of antioxidants in the human body balance can shift in an unfavorable direction, by reducing the benefits of other antioxidants.

Who should give up from coffee?

Thursday, January 7th, 2010

Woman CoffeeSince childhood we are convinced that coffee is harmful because it increases blood pressure and although several new studies showed that moderate use does not cause injury either hypertensive or healthy people, this remains a controversial drink. In fact, blood pressure to rise 15-20 minutes after drinking a cup of coffee, but as it appears that its effect is negligible and only very briefly. It can not be talking about negative effects of coffee on people suffering from hypertension or even less – for provoking a hypertensive crisis. Modern studies show that 1 to 4 cups of coffee is not detrimental to health but if the daily limit (ie more than 300 ml) is crossed, you may experience serious problems. When women can disrupt the menstrual cycle. People suffering from cardiac arrhythmia, episodes of nausea, disorders of the gastrointestinal tract, nervous tics, insomnia, increased levels of nervousness and anxiety should also be very attentive to this drink. We must not forget that caffeine is contained in many of confectionery, soft drinks, ice cream and in some medicinal preparations. On the other hand can not be denied that in many cases, coffee has a beneficial effect on health. Its use helps to focus attention, improve mood, increase vitality, relieve headache condition, the muscles of the airways and stimulating work of muscles.

Long workday is harmful for women

Wednesday, October 14th, 2009

Workday WomenLong working hours and extra hours spent at work are borne more heavily than women and have more harmful effects on health of the fair sex, according to research by British scientists from Cambridge University (University of Cambridge). As a result of increased stress in the workplace, more women smoke cigarettes, drink more coffee and consume harmful food. Interesting findings of the study is that both men and women drink less alcohol when they have to work a lot. In women, however, increases the desire for more abundant and unhealthy eating. Experts say that women who work longer, eat less calorie and fat foods and less engaged in physical exercise, women smokers smoke more cigarettes, while the length of working day does not affect focused on sport for men, the number of cigarettes smoked or tried their coffee. A group of scientists led by Prof. Daryl O’Connor (Daryl O `Connor) have been studied in particular the impact of stress on the nutritional behavior. It turns out that the events causing the most stress – prepare for a manifestation, a meeting with the boss, behind schedule, compel women are more likely to eat between meals, as logically prefer foods that satisfy your appetite quickly.

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