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How Sporty Is Your Sport?

It’s not a coincidence that there are a myriad of sports. Whether you’d rather go at it yourself or love the camaraderie of a team the benefits of taking up sports always outweigh the costs. 68 more words

Nikki Nies

Hypothesis

Randomised controlled trials and other evidence supporting the case for carbohydrate restriction as the primary intervention to reverse obesity, fix type 2 diabetes and minimise cardiovascular disease.

Carbohydrates

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black domino

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bye antigay

bexause antigay is on da loose

mm back the magic… 18 more words

Adventure

Medoroga / Sthoulya (Obesity) – A Risk Factor for Hridroga (Cardiovascular Diseases)-An Ayurveda Perspective

Medoroga / Sthoulya: The terms (diseases) Sthoulya or Medoroga explained in Ayurveda can be simulated with the modern day disease Obesity (Weight Gain… 2,130 more words

Ayurveda

Mothers who smoke and have a preterm birth more than triple their risk of CVD

European Society of Cardiology says that mothers who smoke and have a preterm birth more than triple their risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD), according to research in more than 900,000 mothers. 253 more words

Heart Complication

The Skinny on Saturated Fat

We’ve heard it all before, “Don’t eat saturated fats – they’ll give you heart disease!” or “Have some more olive oil, it’s full of polyunsaturated fats!” 632 more words

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Positive effect of yoga on cardiorespiratory fitness

I love these types of comparative studies that show yoga health benefits. In this study, despite low energy expenditure, yoga practices are better in some cardiorespiratory fitness parameters than other aerobic activities recommended by current guidelines for Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) prevention. 202 more words

Yoga