Tag Archive: food

Oct 09

Check your Weight

Nov 15

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Jun 25

Food Habits That Cause Diabetes

Diabetes has become one of the most aggressively-spreading lifestyle diseases. It seems to affect people without any discrimination for gender, age or race. It has been established that the onset of diabetes can be prevented if our food habits are corrected. Thus, food habits responsible for causing diabetes should be properly understood. This includes: Common Diabetes Causing Food Habits: …

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Jun 20

The top 10 worst foods to eat

10 foods that are really bad for your body True, we are surrounded by junk foods, packed with sugar, fat and salt and generally processed to the extreme — but which ones are the real no nos, foods that you really should avoid? We’ve selected 10 of the big hitters, 10 foods that are really …

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Feb 20

7 Foods To Lower Your Blood Pressure Naturally

Related article: Top 5 Hypertension Myths You Should Never Believe Stroke is a silent killer and one of its major predisposing factors is a consistent high blood pressure reading. As a matter of fact, hypertension is the fifth major cause of morbidity in the Philippines according to DOH. This is the reason why people must take …

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Jun 25

PPARs – Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptors

PubMed U.S. National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health [PPAR and diabetes]. [Article in Japanese] Terauchi Y, Kadowaki T. Source Department of Metabolic Diseases, Graduate School of Medicine, University of Tokyo. Abstract The peroxisome proliferator-activated receptors (PPARs) are nuclear fatty acid receptors that have been implicated to play crucial roles in metabolic diseases such …

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Aug 21

Our visit to International Chlorella Sorokiniana – CRYPTOMONADALES Farm

I woke up at exactly 3am and got prepared and ready for my flight on board PR0896 (with ETD 7:45am) bound for Taiwan. While waiting for our departure, everyone showed signs of excitement and hysteria, although most of us were still a bit sleepy and some came from far places like Tacloban, Bicol, and Bataan. …

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