Intermittent fasting

James LiddellArticles, Fasting, Obesity & Weight LossLeave a Comment

Are you struggling with excess weight and showing signs of insulin and leptin resistance and/or is your fasting blood sugar above 5.5 often? If you answer yes to these questions, you should reconsider what you eat and when you eat as well. Research reveals that a vast majority of Americans eat all day long. Most consume the majority of their … Read More

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Why sugar is not good for you – sugar causes havoc with testosterone and oestrogen

James LiddellArticles, Health Tips, Obesity & Weight LossLeave a Comment

Studies have shown that even moderate amounts of sugar can increase your risk of disease. Research performed at the Child and Family Research Institute in Vancouver, Canada identified that eating too much sugar can affect testosterone and oestrogen levels. When females experience elevated insulin levels, there is an enzyme known as 17,20 lyase that gets up-regulated and then converts some … Read More

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Deep Venous Thrombosis – act immediately and take the patient to the hospital

James LiddellArticles, Health Tips, Lifestyle and Natural Medicine, Obesity & Weight LossLeave a Comment

Deep Venous Thrombosis Deep vein thrombosis is the formation of a clot in the deep veins of the legs or arms. Causes Vein injuries Faster blood clotting Decreased blood flow rate in other cases, Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) can occur as a result of decreased blood flow rate noted due to conditions such as: Prolonged bed rest Decreased mobility of … Read More

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The importance of amino acids in a diet

James LiddellArticles, Obesity & Weight Loss, SupplementationLeave a Comment

Amino acids are the building blocks for protein and a life necessity for humans and animals. Amino acids are bonded with nitrogen and form proteins and nitrogen is the end product of protein digestion. Amino acids are the primary building blocks of your muscles, bones, enzymes and many hormones. We cannot live without protein and as long as we get … Read More

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How leaky gut affects your body

James LiddellArticles, Chronic Illness, Food Management, Obesity & Weight Loss, Stress & DepressionLeave a Comment

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What is a leaky GUT? Leaky gut develops due to gaps between the cells (enterocytes) that make up the membrane lining of your intestinal wall. The tiny gaps allow substances such as undigested food, bacteria and metabolic waste that should be confined to your digestive tract, to escape into your bloodstream. Once the integrity of your intestinal lining is compromised, … Read More

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