The part of spinach that is consumed is the leaves. Spinach has wide leaves and bright green. Spinach is very popular with children, adolescents, and parents. According to research results, spinach has many ingredients and health benefits. Flavonoids in spinach have antioxidant and anticancer properties. Spinach is high in vitamin K and other minerals, such… Continue reading The Magic Benefits of Spinach Green Leafy Vegetables for Immunity
The food we consume plays an important role in controlling the level of stress experienced, or it may even make stress levels worse. Sometimes we eat unhealthy foods, like foods that contain caffeine, alcohol or fat. In a state of stress, the possibility of appetite will be excessive, or no intention to eat at all.… Continue reading Eating Healthy and Balanced Food For Controlling Stress
Diabetes is characterized by symptoms of increased blood sugar levels caused by insulin insufficiency and causing damage to other systems in the body, especially damage to blood vessels and nerves. The damage is what causes the emergence of one or more other diseases that affect the development of diabetes in a person, otherwise known as… Continue reading Diabetic Retinopathy, One of The Complications of Diabetes on The Eye
Triglycerides are the most common type of fat in our body which is found in our blood. The liver produced triglycerides as well as from the foods we eat. Most of the time we consume more calories than our body needs. The calories needed by our body are burnt as energy. When the calories input… Continue reading What Is The Difference Between Triglycerides and Cholesterol?
Diabetic retinopathy is a microangiopathy that concerns retinal pre-capillaries, capillaries and venules, resulting in microvascular occlusion and vascular leakage, due to high and long blood sugar levels. Diabetic retinopathy can cause decreased vision and blindness, mainly due to complications such as macular edema, vitreous hemorrhage, tractional retinal detachment and neovascular glaucoma. In diabetic retinopathy, too… Continue reading Types of Diabetic Retinopathy
Watermelon is rich in vitamins A and C, potassium and folic acid, but low in saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium. Besides being able to meet the needs of vitamins and minerals of nursing mothers, high water content in watermelon is also good for body fluid intake. High vitamin A content in watermelons is beneficial for… Continue reading Watermelon Can Help Increase Breast Milk Production Capacity
Oil doesn’t mix with water, that’s why cholesterol can’t easily dissolve in the blood. Cholesterol is a kind of fat, similar as oil, while our blood is like water. Our body needs cholesterol, such as to constructing walls for the cells, producing hormones, Vitamin D etc. Cholesterol distributed through out the body in the bloodstream… Continue reading How Cholesterol Affecting Our Heart
The two scariest health problems nowadays are Cancer and Cholesterol. There are several symptoms to alarm us for Cancer, while cholesterol is considered as a silent killer because it shows no obvious symptoms nor pain. High cholesterol levels even occurs in children with a family history of cardiovascular disease or stroke as it’s passed on… Continue reading Why Do Serious Health Problems Encounter Younger and Younger Victims?
Our heart is a muscle that generates the force that propels blood throughout our vascular system. The heart requires a constant supply of oxygen, fuel and has its own private blood supply, the coronary arteries, which circulate around the heart. Atherosclerosis is the technical term for a dangerous condition of heart disease that develops when… Continue reading Cholesterol, Atherosclerosis and Heart Disease
We keep hearing Lipoprotein as an indication for our cholesterol levels. HDL, High-Density Lipoproteins is the good cholesterol and the LDL, Low-Density Lipoproteins is the bad cholesterol. So, why lipoprotein is always connected to cholesterol? Cholesterol is a kind of fat, produced and controlled by the liver through our blood. As our blood is like… Continue reading Lipoprotein and Cholesterol