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A truly healthy person has a sound body and mind that is free of disease and infirmity. Healthy living includes taking the steps needed to optimize one's chances of surviving and thriving, like eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly. Questions relating to all aspects of health and living a healthy life are welcome here!


Asked in Health, ADD-ADHD, Medication and Drugs


What medications are used to treat ADHD?

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   There are three primary classes of medication that are currently prescribed for ADHD. The primary class of medications are the stimulants such as adderall (amphetamine salts) and ritaln (methylphenidatw. Both of these medications increase and potentiate the neurotransmitter dopamine (albeit via different mechanisms). Adderall (and the amphetamines) are agonists at the dopamine receptors where as Ritalin is a dopamine reuptake inhibitor. Now among these medications there are different formulations such as Vyvanse (which requires injestion before it becomes active as an amphetamine) as well as extended release adderall (Adderral XR). There are also extended release medications such as Concerta (methylphenidate) as well as Daytrana (which is a transdermal patch). The second class of medications are antidepressants which act on the neurotransmitters dopamine and norepinephrine. The primary medications prescribed are Wellbutrin (Bupropion) and Strattera (Atomoxetine). Finally there is a class of
   drugs called alpha-2 adrenergoc agonists (that is they bind to areas of the brain (primarily the locus coeruleus) which in turn enhances norepinephrine release. I did not include an exhaustive list of all of the medications that could be provided but rather provided a summary of the classes of medications used to treat ADHD. I personally see more success with the stimulants but that's a conversation you should have with your psychiatris. I've only considered options 2/3 for cases where there is substance use disorder or concern for abuse. I hope this answers your questio. Let me know if you have any additional concerns and I wish you all the best!

Asked in Health, Carbohydrates and Low-Carb Diets, Nutrition


How many grams of carbs are recommended per day?

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   The dietary rules prescribe that carbs give 45 to 65 percent of your every day calorie consumption. So on the off chance that you eat a 2000-calorie diet, you should focus on around 225 to 325 grams of carbs every day. Be that as it may, on the off chance that you have to get more fit, you will get a lot quicker outcomes eating around 50 to 150 grams of carbs.

Asked in Health, Dieting and Weight Loss, Exercise


Easiest way to lose lower stomach fat?

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   Follow Keto diet as described on

Asked in Health, Conditions and Diseases, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Sinus Infections


What causes bumps on the back of your tongue?

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   Bumps may even appear after an injury from a bite or irritation to some foods, for example hot foods. A canker sore is another common cause of pain on or under the tongue. But if you have large bumps at the back of your tongue, and a coating of white on your tongue it may be a sign of Thrush.

Asked by Jude Beatty in Health, Dieting and Weight Loss, Nutrition


Is breakfast the most important meal of the day?

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   More research is needed to get a conclusive answer, but some studies have suggested that eating a nutritious meal in the morning does help to kickstart your metabolism. Nutritious is the keyword here, as there’s obviously a big difference between eggs and donuts when it comes to a beneficial breakfast. It’s also been shown that going without breakfast is associated with a higher Body Mass Index. The weight aspect aside, most experts seem to be in favor of a well-balanced breakfast that includes protein, whole grain, and a fruit or vegetable. However, the tagline "breakfast is the most important meal of the day" was actually coined by cereal companies as a marketing tactic, so it’s fair to be a little skeptical of breakfast’s supposed benefits. And what’s more, there’s some research to back up that skepticism—one recent review found no significant weight management benefits to eating breakfast. "The key message is that if a person likes to eat breakfast, that is fine. However, there
   is no evidence that we should be encouraging people to change their eating pattern to include breakfast in order to prevent weight gain or obesity," Flavia Cicuttini, senior author of the review, said.

Asked in Health, Dieting and Weight Loss, Calorie Count


How many calories are in eggs?

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   155 calories

Asked in Health, Dieting and Weight Loss, Nutrition, How To


How to lose stomach fat?

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   हम अक्सर अपने पेट की चर्बी के बारे में चिंता करते हैं और और पेट की चर्बी कैसे कम करे इसके लिए कई काम करते हैं। लेकिन अब आपको ज्यादा परेशान होने की जरूरत नहीं है। हम आपको बताएंगे कि आप बिस्तर से पहले इस आसान से तैयार रस का सेवन कैसे कर सकते हैं। खीरे द्वारा पेट की चर्बी कैसे कम करे खीरे के रस की सामग्री – दो खीरे – दो चम्मच नींबू का रस – अदरक का एक छोटा टुकड़ा – 2 चम्मच चीनी – 1 चम्मच भुना जीरा
   पाउडर – तीन से चार पुदीने की पत्तियां स्वाद के अनुसार काला नमक पूरी जानकारी के लिए दिए गए लिंक पर विज़िट करे पेट की चर्बी कैसे कम करे realherbs गूगल पर सर्च करे और 6th नंबर के लिंक पर क्लिक करे

Asked in Dieting and Weight Loss, Health, Nutrition, How To


How to lose belly fat?

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   To reduce the belly fat means excess on belly can form many times after preganacy and with obesity. women and men around the world are facing this problem , specially they feel their body looks bad. To reduce this belly fat , we have so many options are there in that i recommend YOGA is the best one. Best Yoga poses to reduce belly and hips fat: 1.Veerabhadrasan - Warrior posture: 2.Utkatasana - Chair Posture: 3.Bhujangasana - Cobra Posture: 4.Dhanurasana - Bow Posture: read more tips from here www plus100years com

Asked in Health, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Drinking Water


Is drinking too much water toxic?

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   Yes, drinking too much water can be toxic - except it is very hard to drink too much fresh, clean water to be able to die. Normal healthy people would need to drink on the order of 20 liters per day for it to be toxic but people with some medical problems, particularly the elderly and very young, can get toxic on much lesser amounts. Also people with psychiatric disorders, most notably schizophrenia. Drinking too much water is called polydipsia. This, as well as several other processes, can cause low blood concentrations of sodium, which is known as (dilutional) hyponatremia.

Asked in Health, Exercise, Weightlifting, Weight Training and Strength Training


How long does it take to see weight lifting results?

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   You can get results in 1-2 weeks. That is, you can 'feel' some muscles growing, but dont expect to look noticably different. On the first day lift weights for about 30 mins, and make sure you lift weights that are 'reasonably heavy' but not to an extent that you are struggling after the 3rd lift (rep). Your muscles must hurt for a few days after this session, to the extent that when you extend your arm it hurts, and when you do a sit up it hurts. If they don't , you need to go back and lift heavier weights. Once you have completed this initial session, you need to increase your weights marginally each session. For toning your body you generally go for less weights but more reps. For big muscles you go for bigger weights but fewer reps. Also, make sure you rest your muscles for at least 48 hours otherwise you could actually go backwards! So on day one you might do biceps and abs, on day 2 you do chest and triceps. If you go to the gym 4 or 5 days a week, I promise you will notice some
   difference (or moreso 'feeling' ) in about 2 weeks. After 4 you will notice your biceps and chest musles will be bigger. After 6 bigger, etc etc. The more results you get, the more research you can do on better exercisies , diet, etc. Finally, its important to know how muscles develop: when you lift weights you are sort of 'damaging' or tearing your muscles. Your body needs to repair them, which it does in the 48 hour rest period, but actually makes the muscle slightly bigger 'just in case'. This is why you need to increase your weights marginally after each training session.

Asked in Health, Dieting and Weight Loss, Fitness


What are fat burning foods?

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   Consuming certain foods can lead to a reduction in body fat. When a person adds these fat-burning foods to the diet, they can burn fat and lose weight over time. Such fat-burning foods include eggs, nuts, and oily fish.

Asked in Health, Literature and Language, Prefixes Suffixes and Root Words


What are examples of prefixes and suffixes?

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   A prefix is a syllable placed in front of a word to add or to change its meaning. Prefix -- Meaning -- Example 1) anti -- against, opposite -- anti-fungal, antidepressant 2) auto -- self -- autograph, automobile 3) bi -- two -- bicycle, bivalve 4) con -- with -- contact, conform, converse 5) un -- not -- unconvincing, unnatural, unprepared 6) re -- again -- revisit, reenter 7) a, an -- not, without -- amoral, anesthetic, apolitical, asocial 8) ab -- away from -- abduction, abstain, abnormal 9) ambi -- both -- ambidextrous, ambivalent 10) centro, centri -- around, center -- concentric, centrifugal 11) dis -- apart, not -- disengage, discord, discomfort A suffix is a set of letters added at the end of a word to make another word or as an inflexion. It can alter the spelling of words when changing the part of speech. Suffix -- Meaning -- Example 1) -er -- doer -- teacher 2) -able -- able to -- unbelievable 3) -ous -- full of -- dangerous 4) -ness -- state of being -- happiness 5) -ful -- full
   of -- wonderful 6) -ly or y --like -- gently, wintry 7) -ment --state of -- government 8) -cide -- kill(ing) -- patricide, infanticide, herbicide, suicide 9) -logy -- study field of -- biology, geology, etymology, cardiology 10) -phobia -- exaggerated fear -- photophobia, claustrophobia, agoraphobia

Asked in Health, Cold and Flu, Infectious Diseases, Viruses (biological)


How can you protect yourself and others from viruses and flu?

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   Well there could be llot of ways to protect. You can either be proactive or reactive. Choice is yours! Since I have been associtated with the different businesses in different times. Here's my take on how to protect yourself and other from viruses and flus. First Things Come FIrst. Say you have booked some hotel. The first thing, you should check if the sheets or the mattress cover or the pillow cases are changed or these have been disnfected. As far as I know any renowened hotel will have a substantial hospitality supplier. For example when I was working with the hotel industry in Dubai, I remember we had a hotel and restuarant supplies from Acacia Supply LLC. Those suppliers used to provide us the sheets and complete manual and the procedure on how to keep these disinfected. Same is the case while I was working with the hospital and I have seen that how frequently they used to change the sheets. So I believe that, this enirely depends on us as how we can protect ourselves against such

Asked in Health


What are the 8 comprehensive school health program?

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   8 components of CSH program are: Environment Instruction Services PE Nutrition Counseling Promotion Partnerships

Asked in Health, Nutrition


How can you gain weight quickly and easily?

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   One can gain weights by eating excessively. One can also gain weight without enough exercise. Too much fatty foods can also lead to weight gain.

Asked in Health, Gospel Music, Alzheimer's Disease


Does gospel singer Lee Williams the QC's have Alzeheimer's disease?

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   Yes, he is in the early stages.

Asked by Derick Treutel in Drinking Water, Health


Do I really need to drink eight glasses of water per day?

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   Although conventional wisdom holds that humans need eight, 8-ounce glasses of water each day, the truth is a little more complicated. According to The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, an adequate daily fluid intake is about 125 ounces (3.7 liters) for men and about 91 ounces (2.7 liters) for women. However, keep in mind that these fluid intake guidelines include all sources of water, not just glasses of the stuff. In fact, we get about 20 percent of our daily water from what we eat, especially fruits and vegetables. The truth is that when it comes to hydration, one size does not fit all. There are many factors that should influence an individual’s daily water intake, including where you live, your activity level, and your overall health. So while there is no scientific evidence that supports the “8x8 rule,” staying hydrated is still important. The best advice is to trust your own body, and when you’re thirsty, reach for water first.

Asked in Health, Dieting and Weight Loss, Carbohydrates and Low-Carb Diets


Best foods for weight loss?

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   Middle damp conditions, school get-aways, long evenings, blasting sun, and searing breezes: late spring is an extraordinary chance to remain inside and get more opportunity to mingle and mess around with your loved ones. Between margarita-filled cheerful hours and end of the week grills, summer is an extraordinary time to feel invigorated. Be that as it may, on the off chance that you are attempting to get in shape, you want to conceal like a loner to stay away from all the enticement rich and unhealthy nourishment or enjoy voraciously consuming food to a degree than your weight-reduction plan gets seriously crashed. All things considered, you don't generally need to enjoy. In any case, summer is an incredible time to enjoy scrumptious nourishment and you without a doubt have a lot of alternatives that are delightful, crisp, and reviving. So, eat good foods to get weight loss.

Asked in Health, Vitamins and Supplements, Urinary System


Is bright yellow urine normal?

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   It's not necessarily a danger sign. You may be simply offloading a high concentration of vitamin C (which, when you over-consume, simply dumps the excess to the urine), or betacarotene, the precursor to vitamin A, and the coloring agent in lots of orange fruits and veggies such as carrots or cantaloupe. Also, a lot of the B-vitamins can have this exact effect. If the urine is clear, this is a good sign and makes the vitamin density the most likely explanation. It could also mean that you're somewhat dehydrated and you're expelling very rich urine. In that case - rehydrate! :} Note that this works better with liquids that have some electrolytes in them - some salts. These include sports drinks like Gatorade, various juices (such as orange, pineapple or tomato), or simply drinking water and having a banana or two (high in potassium - an electrolyte). Far less common are cases of kidney problems. But if this is a new phenomenon for you, and has no other symptoms, I wouldn't worry unless it
   persists. I would definitely rather be excreting excess vitamins in my bright yellow (normal) urine, than having clear urine and vitamin-starved body cells. More comments from WikiAnswers contributors: Asparagus is another veggie that will make your urine bright yellow. Drink lots of water (8 glasses a day) and that will help to flush out the kidneys. Bright yellow urine can mean that your body is dehydrated and also it can mean you are highly acidic. Yellow urine indicates that a person is able to flush out acids stored in the body or that a person's body is not able to process the food that he is eating. If it is the first situation it is good. If it is second situation it is bad. Liver does not get any water if taken with meals or shortly afterward. Such water is flushed out of the body faster. One should drink 1 hour before meals to be able to get the water to the liver. Except for this period one should not drink water. Drinking one hours before meals will help water to stay in the
   body for a longer period and work on the acids and toxins for a longer time. Taking certain vitamins will turn your urine intensely yellow. Urine should be almost clear in color, if you're drinking enough clear fluids. The less you drink, the darker your urine will become, and some medications will affect urine color. If you're not taking meds, then up your water intake; drinking cranberry juice also helps the kidneys to flush any toxins which can lead to urinary tract infections. Water, water and more water! Six 8 oz. glasses a day is what is good for you, but even 4-5 will make a difference. To add, it is usually the B Vitamins, found either in multivitamins or as a additional supplement, that can make urine bright yellow or even orange. Other medications, such as ones for urinary tract infections, can do the same thing (such as phenazopydidine, AZO-standard, etc.). Read the information the pharmacy gives along with any prescription medication you are taking to see if this is a common
   side effect of them. Otherwise, you can certainly see a physician if you are concerned. Although this is a commonly mentioned "fact" in the news, there is no scientific evidence behind the "8 glasses of water a day" theory. Before you spend a bunch of money on supplements (many of which are useless), try drinking more water. Urine is yellow because the major waste product of the blood, bilirubin converts to urobilin in the kidneys. Urobilins are yellow. Drinking more water will dilute your urine and it will appear clearer. While it is true that many are re-thinking the "8 glasses a day theory," it is also true that not being properly hydrated can cause urine that is bright yellow in color. B Vitamins and other medications can also cause discolored urine. Pay attention to your fluid intake (and remember to drink before you feel thirsty), and you should see a change in color.

Asked in Health, Food Safety


Is it safe to eat chicken every day?

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   There are no specific dangers related to eating chicken (with other things) every day. However, limiting your diet also limits the various vitamins, minerals, and nutrients your body needs. If you are sticking with chicken, be sure to mix up your different veggies, fruits, grains, and other types of food to better cover your diet.

Asked in Health, Muscular System


Can a girl have a six pack?

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   With proper Exercise and diet anyone regardless of gender of body type can achieve a six pack all it required is persistence and dedication.

Asked in Dieting and Weight Loss, Health, Weight Training and Strength Training, How To


How to build muscle and burn fat?

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   HOW TO BUILD MUSCLE AND BURN FAT (suitable for men or women) How to build muscle and burn fat? Well, the correct ways to burn fat and build muscle are through specific eating habits and specific exercises. The best overall approach involves three components: (1) Eating specific foods (2) Weight/Strength training (3) Cardiovascular (cardio) exercise Awaiting you at the bottom of this answer, are links to free lists of foods to eat and foods to avoid, choices of free cardio exercise plans, and free weight/strength training exercises/routines. These links will guide you at your own pace; clearly showing you step by step how to build muscle and burn fat. First, on this page, let me give you an overview of the three component parts. (1) HOW TO BUILD MUSCLE AND BURN FAT THROUGH EATING Here's how to cut through all the confusion about correct eating. Eat a small meal about every three waking hours. You will not be eating more food, you will simply be spreading it throughout the day. It's critical
   never to skip a meal, and to obtain sufficient quality protein at each meal. 'Sufficient' means at least 15 grams per feeding if you are female and at least 20 grams per feeding if you are male. Your protein should come from unprocessed (preferably organic where possible), natural sources. To lose body fat, and for optimum health, avoid or strictly limit refined processed carbohydrates (apart from an occasional treat). Over-consumption of refined processed carbohydrates is a major cause of unwanted body fat, insulin resistance, fat accumulating around the abdomen or stomach, overall weight gain, obesity, hypertension, heart disease, type 2 diabetes and many other diet related diseases and conditions. If you are unsure what these foods are, at the bottom of this answer you will find a page link leading to a list of refined processed carbohydrates. Replace refined processed carbohydrates with more of the so-called fat burning foods and make use of the thermic effect of fat burning foods.
   Drink plenty of fresh water to enable you body to process these foods. I suggest 3 quarts daily and adjusting your intake from there (unless you have a medical condition that would prohibit this). If you are unsure what these foods are, at the bottom of this answer you will find a page link leading to a full list, and more detailed information about the thermic effect of food. Eating this way (as outlined above) will significantly boost your metabolism. Increasing your metabolic rate is the key to achieving and sustaining a low percentage of body fat. Again, remember to drink plenty of clean water. As stated earlier, I suggest 3 quarts daily and adjusting your intake from there (unless you have a medical condition that would prohibit this). (2) HOW TO BUILD MUSCLE AND BURN FAT THROUGH WEIGHT/ STRENGTH TRAINING Proper weight/strength training will build muscle, which is your METABOLIC FURNACE that burns additional calories 24 hours a day and not just when you are exercising. Do a whole body
   routine. Concentrate on the basic, compound exercises, which are full squats, deadlifts, presses, rows, dips, and chins. Learn proper exercise technique and use it on every rep. Once you are able to train intensely, you'll experience DOMS. In order to ensure systemic recovery, wait 24 or 48 hours after all DOMS has disappeared before training again. Remember: you do not grow in the gym. What you do in the gym should stimulate growth during the recovery period. Exercise is like medicine: too little is ineffective and too much is counter-productive. Therefore, between sessions get plenty of rest and sleep. As stated earlier, at the bottom of this answer, you can find page links to free exercises/routines suitable for beginners and upwards, as well as relevant information such as safety and warm-up tips. (3) HOW TO BUILD MUSCLE AND BURN FAT THROUGH CARDIOVASCULAR (CARDIO) EXERCISE Here are a few examples of cardio exercise: brisk walking on a treadmill or outdoors running on a treadmill or
   outdoors rowing cross-country skiing trampolining nordic walking aerobic dancing In fact, any exercise, sport or activity that increases your heart and respiration rate for a specific period is cardio exercise. It is important to do cardio exercise at the right intensity. Cardio exercise ranges from mild to intense. Unlike mild cardio, intense cardio must always be brief. Intense cardio exercises include running, interval training, and graded exercise protocol. Brisk walking is an example of mild cardio exercise. Mild cardio exercises keep your maximum heart rate at about 60 to 65%. Intense cardio exercises involve a maximum heart rate that is considerably higher (usually up to about 85% or even 90%). In terms of burning fat during exercise, mild cardio is superior to intense cardio. So, you might think that everyone should do mild cardio exercise. That is incorrect. Mild cardio exercises are not effective fat burning exercises in the long-term. WHY? Well, they do actually burn more fat
   than intense cardio exercise. Unfortunately, by doing them regularly, your body adapts to mild cardio by storing fat during the recovery period until your next mild cardio exercise session. This is bad. You want to burn fat not store it! Whereas, intense cardio burns more fat overall because it stimulates more fat burning between intense cardio exercise sessions. In addition, because intense cardio is intense, it must be brief, (whereas mild cardio is prolonged). By that, intense cardio is great for people who are lazy, or do not like prolonged exercise, or grow bored by it, or do not have the time. Nonetheless, if you are new to exercise and wish to begin with mild cardio such as brisk walking see the choice of plans at the bottom of this answer, and then progress to intense cardio (see the intense cardio plan at the bottom of this answer). Whatever cardio you choose (mild or intense), choose a cardio exercise that you dislike the least and that you will stick to without giving up after
   the first week or so. Cardio exercise will increase the amount of calories your body uses during and immediately after exercise. HOW TO BUILD MUSCLE AND BURN FAT, SUMMARY So, the best way to build muscle and burn fat is to eat as outlined in the earlier part of this answer, and combine cardio exercise with weight/strength training. You can use this sustainable program from now until your dotage. If you adopt it and make it habitual, you are going to know how to build muscle and burn fat, like the way you look, and love the way you feel! Depending upon your current degree of fitness, I suggest two to three intense cardio sessions per week. In particular, if you have not been doing intense cardio exercise, I recommend starting with GXP (see the Intense Cardio Plan 3 page link at the bottom of this answer). Even if you do twice weekly strength-training as well as intense fitness exercise two or three times weekly, if you want to go further it's also a good idea to go for a brisk walk once a
   week. 'Brisk' means 2 miles in 30 minutes, 3 miles in 45 minutes, or 4 miles in 60 minutes. For weight loss or health, even if you start with mild cardio that will be a great step forward, and then move on to intense cardio exercise as soon as you are able. Cardio exercise will increase the amount of calories your body uses during and immediately after exercise. Weight/strength training will add more muscle and muscle is you METABOLIC FURNACE that burns calories 24 hours per day and not just when you are exercising. (Don't worry you don't have to build huge muscle (unless you want to.) Moreover, in addition to adding muscle, weight/strength training benefits your body in so many, many ways. One should never underestimate the benefits of weight/strength training for optimum health. Male of female, young or older, you are never too old to benefit from some form of weight/strength training. The free exercises and programs at the bottom of this answer are suitable for males or females,
   beginners of more advanced, young or old. Therefore, when you combine weight/strength training with cardio exercise you not only have the best answer for 'how to build muscle and burn fat' you also have the best exercise answer for optimum health. (Incidentally, even people who cannot engage in cardio exercise because of injuries, or specific health conditions, can usually engage in some from of weight/strength training and, by that, enjoy its many, many health benefits.) So, for the 'how to build muscle and burn fat' free programs, plans, and lists, to show you how to do it step by step, use the page links given below: FREE MILD CARDIO EXERCISE PLAN 1 (the easier plan) FREE MILD CARDIO EXERCISE PLAN 2 (the slightly harder plan) FREE INTENSE CARDIO EXERCISE PLAN 3 BEST EXERCISES TO LOSE WEIGHT LIST OF REFINED PROCESSED CARBOHYDRATES (to avoid or strictly limit) FREE FAT BURNING FOODS AND THE THERMIC EFFECT (to replace refined processed carbohydrates) and more about detailed information abut
   the thermic effect of food 128 people + others elsewhere, found the above 'how to build muscle and burn fat' answer very useful. You may first wish to seek the approval of your own physician before changing your eating or exercise habits, especially if you have any known condition or disease. *

Asked in Health, Hair, Head Lice


Is it better to dye your hair when it is clean or when it is dirty?

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   While there is some controversy about this question, it is a fact that it takes longer for the chemicals to break through dirt to perform the reaction desired. If the hair is not too dirty, the dirt will help protect the scalp from the sometimes harsh reaction to the skin. "Too dirty" is a relative term, and includes styling products and processes. If your hair has been washed within 3 days and you have not used a whole can of hairspray on it, then you do not need to re-wash your hair prior to coloring it. It will not affect the chemical process. They say when you're hair is dirty the hair color comes out better. But maybe they mean by when you've put some products in your hair or something, and haven't washed it in like a day or so. When its dirty! When you apply dye to the newly washed hair shaft it WILL take BUT by washing it you have stripped it of all its natural oils WHICH is better to have present on the hair in order for the dye to adhere easier. If you've ever had your hair dyed at
   a salon you'll have noticed that they NEVER EVER wash the hair first, they just start applying it no matter WHAT dirt or products have built up on it. So nevermind what the over-the-counter drug store hair dye instructions recommend, DIRTY is better!!!

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Is gobo root good for you?

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   Yes, it is. It has a high source of protein. It also tastes good.... YUM!!

Asked in Health, Biochemistry


What is The meaning of phosphorous?

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   Phosphorus is one of the mineral elements, indeed a major mineral required by the body for its proper metabolism. The term metabolism used here is in a loose sense. Actually, phosphorus level in the body is checked alongside with that of calcium. This is done by the hormone secreted by the parathyroid gland, the parathyroid hormone (PTH). This hormone is supported by the prohormone, provitamin D3, which is actually produced by the direct rays of the UV light at about 298nm on a substrate know as 7-dehydrocholesterol found on the skin. The regulation of phosphorus alongside with calcium in the body is important in bone formation and mineralisation as well as in teeth formation. The amount of these minerals in different parts of the body like the bone marrow and the plasma must be controlled effectively to avoid disease states.
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