Are the Velocity Diet Before and After Results Healthy?

Are the Velocity Diet Before and After Results Healthy?

Judging by its name, the Velocity Diet sounds like a dream come true for those looking to lose weight quickly. The Velocity Diet, or “V-diet” for short, is marketed as a “rapid body transformation program.” It promises to give you a lean and muscular body more quickly than a typical diet plan, but only to those who commit to 28 days of intense dieting and workouts. The V-diet is a low-calorie, high-protein diet. It’s designed to help you control your eating habits and lose fat. People who’ve completed the program…

AMAZING BENEFITS OF POTATO JUICE FOR TONED, CLEAR SKIN

AMAZING BENEFITS OF POTATO JUICE FOR TONED, CLEAR SKIN

Did you know, potato is neither a vegetable nor a root and definitely does not belong to the ‘fruit’ category. It is an underground stem which is widely used in cooking and in beauty regime. You can always have a relaxed afternoon munching those crispy spicy potatoes with some tomato ketchup to it. About potato they are rich starch are quite nutritious which helps you to be healthy and also make your skin look glowing and so are the benefits of its raw juice too. Let’s check the different benefits…

Poor grades tied to class times that don’t match our biological clocks

Poor grades tied to class times that don’t match our biological clocks

It may be time to tailor students’ class schedules to their natural biological rhythms, according to a new study from UC Berkeley and Northeastern Illinois University.   Students’ biological clocks often conflict with their class schedules, negatively impacting their academic performance. Researchers tracked the personal daily online activity profiles of nearly 15,000 college students as they logged into campus servers. After sorting the students into “night owls,” “daytime finches” and “morning larks” — based on their activities on days they were not in class — researchers compared their class times…

New Metabolic Process Can Switch Off Inflammation

New Metabolic Process Can Switch Off Inflammation

Rejoice! Scientists may have found a new way to curb chronic inflammation! Researchers from the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute, Dublin have discovered a new metabolic process that can switch off inflammation. They have discovered ‘itaconate’, a molecule derived from glucose, which has the power to switch off the macrophages. What are macrophages? Macrophages are the cells of the immune system, which are formed in response to various infections. It is important to note that any infection or wound cannot be healed without inflammation, however, chronic inflammation can lead to various diseases. These include…

The MIND Diet: How to Eat for a Healthy Mind

The MIND Diet: How to Eat for a Healthy Mind

. The MIND diet is a new brain-healthy diet that helps reduce Alzheimer’s risk while boosting overall cognitive and mental health. Learn how, start now.   There’s exciting news about a new diet known as the MIND diet. The findings of a large clinical study show great promise for this diet’s cognitive and mental health benefits, especially in regards to Alzheimer’s disease. Finding the key to preventing and treating Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most pressing medical needs of our time. Alzheimer’s is currently the sixth leading cause of death…

GETTING FIT UNDER WATER

GETTING FIT UNDER WATER

Swimming pool offers relief from summer heat, and makes for an excellent exercising ground. Picture underwater squats and lunges. Exercising in the pool is a good alternative to unload the body when it fatigues from intense land-based exercises. Aqua-jogging, flutter-kicking, leg-lifts, standing water push-ups and arm-curls are some easy to do water exercises. Many pools and gyms are offering regular batches in water-boxing, aqua-step as well as introducing specialised equipment that can be used for different exercises underwater. Underwater strength training is the newest to join the water workouts bandwagon….

Stress: Your brain and body

Stress: Your brain and body

      What is stress and can it be good for you? Does it kill off your brain cells and can it cause depression? How does your brain perceive a terrifying situation and prepare your body for survival?   Your body’s stress response kicks in when you perceive you are under threat. Mammals have evolved this superb mechanism to ensure we have the best possible chance of survival when faced with a life-threatening situation.   Imagine you are in the jungle and you hear movement behind you. You stop…

Flu increases the risk of heart attack

Flu increases the risk of heart attack

(Reuters Health) – Influenza is already known to be deadly, but a new study suggests that the risk of heart attack is six times greater than normal while people are ill with the flu. “I was a little bit surprised by the strength of the association. It’s not every day you see a six-fold increase in the risk during the first seven days of lab-confirmed influenza,” chief author Dr. Jeffrey Kwong told Reuters Health in a telephone interview. “We were also surprised the risk dropped off to nothing by day…

DASH Diet May Cure Depression

DASH Diet May Cure Depression

You could stay away from depression by a mere change in diet! Dietary modification emphasizing consumption of more fruits, vegetables, and whole grains may be helpful in preventing the late onset of depression, according to a study. Researchers from Rush University Medical Center have found that Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) diet, is also linked to reducing the risk of depression. The DASH diet limits foods that are high in saturated fats and sugars and emphasizes eating vegetables, fruits, whole grains, nuts, beans, and seeds. The DASH diet was originally developed to…

Nutrition- Ultra-processed foods may be linked to cancer,

Nutrition- Ultra-processed foods may be linked to cancer,

rise in cancers, but scientists say more research is needed Findings suggest increased consumption of ultra-processed foods tied to Ultra-processed foods can include noodles, ready meals, cakes and confectionery which contain additives, preservatives, flavourings and colourings – and often high levels of sugar, fat and salt. Photograph: Premier Foods/PA “Ultra-processed” foods, made in factories with ingredients unknown to the domestic kitchen, may be linked to cancer, according to a large and groundbreaking study. Ultra-processed foods include pot noodles, shelf-stable ready meals, cakes and confectionery which contain long lists of additives,…