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Month: April 2019

Lose Belly Fat: Dieting to Lose Fat From Your Belly

Lose Belly Fat: Dieting to Lose Fat From Your Belly

It gets very frustrating when you try something for a particular purpose and you never get the end result you’re looking for. That’s what many people experience when they choose the wrong diet to lose weight. With all the information out there in this day and age, people choose whatever they can find without actually knowing how it will help them. Though it is the age of information people have stopped using their brains to fully understand what products they are using or following. When it comes to building a diet plan to lose fat from your waist, the key is to keep things smart and healthy.

Keeping up with your bodies basic needs is the first factor you need to consider when planning out your meals for the day. Start with basics such as fruits, vegetable, protein, and vitamins. Whatever your diet plan may be it is imminent that you keep up with the appropriate amount of fruits and vegetables your body needs. Just because you are overweight doesn’t mean you can starve yourself to a skinnier life. You must give your body a controlled amount of protein, because without protein your body can not fully produce new red blood cells which are required to living a healthier longer life. Last but not least, stay on top of your game when it comes to multivitamins. Multivitamins provide the type of balance your body needs to keep functioning, the same way your computer needs a frequent virus scan to balance … Read more ...

Why is the Colon Important to Health?

Why is the Colon Important to Health?

In an anatomical drawing you can see that our colon is the end of our digestive tract. In effect is like a corrugated pipe wrapped in a rectangular shape in our lower abdomen. It’s about 5 feet long and 2 and half inches around. The colon is comprised of six parts including: the cecum, the ascending colon, the transverse colon, the descending colon, the sigmoid and the rectum

The colon has two main jobs. First it must receive the positive and life promoting B-vitamin complexes that are produced by healthy bacteria on its walls. In order to do this the walls of the colon must be free from debris. Second, the colon prepares the liquefied remains of our food called “chyme” for elimination. After the colon absorbs the excess water from the chyme it then pushes it out of the body, along with any dead bacteria, through the rectum.

One way to look at the colon is as a sewer system. Like a city sewer, it’s main function is to protect us from waste and poisons. It makes sense, then, that when the colon is healthy and well the rest of the body can be at ease.

Dr. Norman Walker, the inventor of vegetable juicing, wrote several books on colon health in his long career. In them he shows how the colon is linked to every other organ in the body. With his patients he observed that when there was a blockage in the colon a corresponding infirmity … Read more ...

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