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It's Okay To Go A Little Nuts About Nuts

I know it may not seem like nuts are healthy if the only person you ever saw eating them was that chubby guy at the end of the bar at Happy Hour, but trust me nuts are good for you. Some are better than others though so let's take a look. According to leading nutritionists today, you can eat almonds, peanuts, walnuts, and even Brazil Nuts without increasing your risk of a heart attack from clogging your arteries. The truth is that eating nuts will actually make you healthier and unless you just eat them by the bowlful they will not make you overweight. According to studies at Penn State, it seems the more nuts you eat the lower the risk of heart disease. The difference is the type of fats that are in nuts. Polyunsaturates and monounsaturates which are found in nuts are good for you plus nuts are high in protein, vitamins, phytonutrients, and fiber. Eating nuts as a regular part of your diet will help to lower bad cholesterol and blood fats while keeping good cholesterol high and cutting the risk of heart atta...

 


Asthma: the Common Chronic Disease

Asthma is a common chronic disease. It refers to the constriction and inflammation of the airways in response to environmental triggers. The constriction can be accompanied by mucus along the airways which further restricts breathing.Symptoms of this disease include wheezing, coughing, difficulty of breathing etc. Increased attention is being paid to asthma due to its mounting prevalence among urban populations. Estimates say that as many as one in four urban children suffer from asthma. Medical studies continue to probe into the causes of asthma.The best understood cause of asthma is the body's response to inhaled allergens. An allergen is a substance that initiates an immune-system response even though the substance is not technically harmful. Research suggests that genetic characteristics are the reason for each individual's response to allergens.For asthmatics the inhalation of allergens causes the body to produce mucus in the lungs along with chemicals that cause inflammation of the airways. This...

 


Be Aware Of Health Conditions That May "Run In The Family"

When people think about family traits being passed down from generation to generation, they are more likely to think of Grandpa's piercing blue eyes or Great Grandma Myrtle's long tapering fingers which were ideal for piano playing. But did you know that your mother's struggle with diabetes may also become yours? Here are some conditions which are known to or are suspected of running in families.First, it's important to point out that family members sharing health problems may not necessarily be related to genetics alone. There are a variety of environmental and habitual factors which must be considered in the equation. For example, a family of Type 2 diabetics may develop this condition because of shared eating habits and obesity. They may not have a genetic predisposition at all, but have simply developed this condition because of their environment.-- Breast cancer is one of several types of the disease which may have a genetic component. Two genes called Breast Cancer Gene 1 and Breast Cancer Gene 2 have b...

 




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