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Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Jack Ho 
 Article Title :: Asthma- Cause and Treatment
There are various forms of and causes for this distressing trouble, One of these causes, giving rise to a comparatively simple form, is cramp of the ring-muscle of the windpipe so contracting the windpipe that breathing is rendered difficult. A "wheeze" is heard in breathing, though there is no bronchitis or lung trouble present. The cause of this cramp is an irritation of the ring-muscle’s nerve. It can be relieved by pressing cold cloths gently along the spine, from the back of the head to between the shoulders, taking care that the patient remains generally warm during the treatment, and attending to the feet and skin as directed below in this article. Sometimes the cause seems to li  (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Stewart Hare 
 Article Title :: The Importance of Calcium in the Diet
Calcium is absorbed in the small intestine; this process is dependent on vitamin D. To provide the rigid structure of the skeleton calcium is vital, around about 3lb of the body’s weight is calcium, 99 per cent being in the teeth and bones. It is important in growing children to help bones grow and the elderly as the ability to absorb calcium becomes impaired with age. Together with magnesium it is needed for nerves and muscles to function properly. It also helps to maintain the right acid/alkaline balance and blood to clot. An adult needs a daily calcium intake of between 700 and 1000mg. Those at risk of osteoporosis may need as much as 1500mg a day. This protection is boosted when com  (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Stewart Hare 
 Article Title :: The Importance of Water
Water is very important in therapeutic diets because two-thirds of the body consists of water, which naturally means that it is the most important nutrient. Water is in all body tissue and every cell, two thirds of the body’s water is situated inside the cells and the rest outside the cells in the tissue. The process of osmosis needs water, as well as water, nutrients and waste material pass in and out of the cell walls. Even bones consist of one third of water and muscle and brain cells are made up of seventy one per cent of water. One point five litres of water are lost per day through the skin, the bowel, and the lungs and via the kidneys as urine; this ensures the toxins are elimina  (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Stewart Hare 
 Article Title :: The Sodium/potassium Balance
The main positively charged electrolyte that is found in the extracellular fluids which baths all the body cells is sodium. A pump in the cell membrane maintains high levels of sodium inside the cells to offset that in the extracellular fluid. Sodium chloride (salt) is found in table salt, salted crisps, bacon, salted nuts, tinned products especially ones that contain brine, meat pastes, pates, ready-prepared foods, sauces and packet soups, stock cubes, yeast extracts and cured, smoked and pickled fish and meat.Potassium is the main positively charged ion found inside cells. The ion-exchange pumps found in cell walls actively pump potassium inside cells and sodium ions are pumped o  (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Stewart Hare 
 Article Title :: Total Body Load
‘Total body load’ is the phrase used to describe a principle that relate to factors that bring stress onto the body that lead to an overload on the body which results in illnesses.‘Total body load’ is one of the most important body healing principles, the principle is the key to beating and recovering from all illnesses. Any illness or disease is cure by nature not doctors, all a good doctor can do is to reduce the body load to allow nature to run its course and cure. Unfortunately, most doctors these days rely too much on modern drugs which only add to the biological burden placed upon the body which makes things worst not better, as intended.The human being, as wit  (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Stewart Hare 
 Article Title :: Zinc Deficiency
There is a range of effects that signal zinc deficiency such as retardation of growth in children, male reproduction, low blood sugar, poor bone growth, brain disorders, high blood cholesterol, poor circulation, eating disorders, problems with female reproduction, poor skin, nails and hair conditions and poor sense of taste and smell.Zinc is vital for healthy growth; dwarfism, stunted growth and being underweight for their age may occur in children if there diet is deficient in zinc.Zinc is essential for sexual reproduction and development. Sperm needs zinc to function properly; any deficiency in zinc will affect fertility. Deficiency in zinc interferes with the cell divisio  (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Elizabeth Martyn 
 Article Title :: Healthy Cakes - How to Adapt Recipes and Enjoy Healthy Cakes
Eating cakes as part of a healthy diet isn't a problem, but it’s virtually impossible unless you make your own cakes. That way, you know exactly what's in them and can enjoy them, knowing there are no unhealthy fats or additives lurking. There's nothing unhealthy about a cake made with wholewheat flour, organic butter, free-range eggs - as long as you don't eat the lot at one sitting! The taste and texture will be far superior to anything you can buy at the supermarket.*Home-made cakes generally contain far less sugar than commercial cakes. Inspect the labels of bought cakes, and you'll find all sorts of food additives that you'd probably rather not eat, especially the spectacula  (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Christos Varsamis - 
 Article Title :: Be Healthier With Veggies.
The new food guidelines issued by the United States government recommend that all Americans eat between five and nine servings of fruits and vegetables each and every day. When you first hear that number, it may seem like a lot, but it is actually much easier than you think to fit that many servings of fruits and vegetables into your daily diet. For one thing, the shelves of the grocery stores are fairly bursting with fresh fruits and vegetables. In addition, vegetables and fruits are some of the least expensive, most nutrient rich, foods in the supermarket. With all these fruits and vegetables to choose from, it is very easy to make these nutritious, delicious foods part of your daily meals  (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Tania 
 Article Title :: Healthy Hair Vitamins
There a number of different specific hair vitamins and minerals that can play a major role in helping a person have a healthy head of hair. If a person does not have sufficient hair vitamins then the deficiencies can lead to thinning hair or even total baldness in the most severe cases. The fact is that the state of a person’s hair reflects the overall condition of their body. Extra hair vitamins are likely to be needed if a person is generally unwell or is undernourished as their hair will show damage too and may even stop growing. Some of the most important hair vitamins that a person needs to have healthy hair include B6, biotin, inositol and folic acid. The best way to ens  (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Ross Bridgeford 
 Article Title :: 1 Free and Simple Step to Boosting Your Energy
Breathing Exercise | Boost Your Energy with the Power of BreathTaking ten minutes each day to practice deep, cleansing and energising breathing is something that we should all be doing. Not only does it give incredible health benefits, but it is also free!Deep Breathing and the Lymphatic SystemThere are many benefits that arise from making deep breathing a part of your daily routine, most of which are due to the fact that deep, cleansing breaths give your lymph system a helping hand in clearing out the toxins from your body.What is the lymphatic system?The lymph system is commonly referred to as the body’s sewerage system. It works  (read full article)
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