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Cancer and Food

Cancer and Food Cancer is a disease which affects a large number of people. Some of the food you consume can increase the risk of cancer from the chemicals they contain.   To avoid cancer, you must adopt a healthy, balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables, fibre and other natural products. The people who consume […]


September 18, 2015, Lifestyle-Diet
Fatigue Causes

Little things that you do or do not do can make you feel both mentally and physically tired, which will turn your day into a difficult one.   If you feel lethargic even after the third cup of coffee, your lifestyle may be to blame.   Here are the most frequent situations that can make […]


September 10, 2015, Lifestyle-Diet
How To Avoid Sugar

Nowadays, modern food constitutes a . These foods contain, unfortunately, very much sugar and can create dependency in the consumers. Many people think that sweet foods will give them energy to finish the day well. But what they ignore is that this energy does not last more than a few minutes after consuming the sweets. […]


September 8, 2015, Lifestyle-Diet
What Are The Causes Of Cardiovascular Diseases?

The European Guidelines on cardiovascular disease prevention recalls two main categories of risk factors: modifiable and non-modifiable. The main modifiable risk factors are responsible for about 80% of ischemic heart disease and cerebrovascular disease, such as hypertension, dyslipidaemia (abnormal levels of cholesterol); diabetes / glucose tolerance disturbances; smoking; obesity (BMI 30); physical inactivity; microalbuminuria or […]


August 8, 2015, Lifestyle-Diet
What Should Be In Our Plate?

Fruits, vegetables, not too much fat and less sugar … but how often and in what proportions? Here are the latest recommendations of the studies of the most important American universities.   Assaulted by a stream of information, sometimes contradictory, we do not know what’s good to eat. What should be in our plate? This […]


August 7, 2015, Lifestyle-Diet
Cardiovascular inpatient rehabilitation

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of mortality among middle-aged adults and elderly in most European countries. In the cardiovascular pathology atherosclerosis is involved, a systemic disease with onset during childhood (so-called fatty streaks) but which becomes symptomatic ¬†during adulthood, when the stage of development is already advanced. The current goal in modern cardiology, taking […]


July 18, 2015, Lifestyle-Diet
Potassium plays an important role in heart health

Potassium, an essential nutrient for maintaining fluid volume in the body and important for regulating the balance between acids and electrolytes, plays a crucial role in maintaining heart health. Direct proportion between body potassium concentration and cardiovascular health has been highlighted by a study conducted by the World Health Organization in 2013, which focused on […]


October 27, 2014, Lifestyle-Diet
How much salt should you consume in a day

The World Health Organization recently published recommendations regarding the amount of sodium and potassium that should a person consume in a day. The need for these recommendations comes from the large number of people with hypertension, high blood pressure being a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease and stroke. The WHO researches has shown that […]


August 29, 2014, Lifestyle-Diet
Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases

Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) are the leading cause of premature death in Europe and are important causes of disability and contributes substantially to the rising cost of health care. Underlying atherosclerosis is developed insidiously in many years, and is usually advanced when symptoms appear. Death from CVD often occurs suddenly, before providing access to healthcare, so […]


July 27, 2014, Lifestyle-Diet
Benefits of Healthy Eating in Heart Disease

According to statistics in every day about 2,700 people in the whole world die of heart disease.¬† Among the factors that contribute to the onset of the heart diseases we include: smoking, stress, genetics and last but not least food. Eating, for cardiac patients involve a number of restrictions in the daily diet, so they […]


April 8, 2014, Lifestyle-Diet