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15 Dec Stop, if you like BBQ foods!
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"Acrylamide", is a carcinogenic (cancer-causing) chemical compound that is naturally released from cigarette smoke and food cooked under high heat above 120 degrees Celsius; cooking methods such as deep frying, barbecuing or baking often reach temper..
31 Aug Drink in moderation
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Limit daily alcohol beverage to two drinks for men and one for women. While many researchers have confirmed that the natural antioxidant compounds in red wine are good for improving heart and cardiovascular health, there are others who also observed ..
10 Aug Good fat enhances your manhood
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According to studies, men with higher intake of omega-3 fatty acid produce more and better quality semen than those with lower intake. An unhealthy diet with high amount of saturated fat is also associated with low and poor quality semen.  ..
15 Jun Health benefits of red beans
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Red bean is a protein-rich super food. It is also rich in antioxidants and packed with folate, minerals, fibre and resistant starch (starch molecules that resist digestion). Research found that resistant starch found in red bean has several important..
16 Oct Avoid Constipation To Beat Bloating
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Too little fiber, fluids, and physical activity can lead to constipation, which can result in bloating. It is important to have diet that is high in fiber from whole grains, fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts, and seeds. Also, drink plenty of fluids (..
19 Jun Take 10,000 Steps Daily
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Walking elevates your mood, challenges your heart  and can even help to reduce food cravings. Wear an activity tracker or pedometer and strive to take at least 10,000 steps a day to keep your body healthy...
19 Jun Cut Down On Deep Fried Foods
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Reduce your intake of deep fried foods such as fast food, fries, chips and wedges. Not only are they very fattening (1 tablespoon of oil is 120 calories), deep fried food contains Acrylamide, a potential cancer-causing chemical that is produced durin..
03 Jul Watch For Trans Fat!
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Trans fat can make food taste good, last longer on grocery-store shelves, but it is hazardous to your heart. It can raise your bad (LDL) cholesterol levels, lower the good (HDL) cholesterol levels and increases the risk of developing heart disease an..
02 Jul Simple Drink To Fight Cancer
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Catechins is a class of flavonoids that has become the focus of widespread study for their anti-cancer potential. Tea is the best source of catechins in the our diet, and green tea contains about three times the quantity of catechins found in black t..
27 Jun Less Salt, Better Health!
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The average intake of salt of an average adult in Singapore is 9g per day, which is more than the recommended 5g per day. Excessive sodium intake can lead to hypertension and aggravate health problems such as kidney disease, congestive heart failure ..
12 Jun Restore Your pH Balance with Vinegar
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Contrary to belief, vinegar which tastes sour is not acidic but actually an alkalizing food that helps to maintain healthy pH level of the body. This ensures the vital functioning of all the cells, systems and organs in the body. Having too acidic pH..
12 Jun Healthy Lifestyle, Healthy Liver
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Liver damage usually has mild or no symptoms, and it is highly associated with one’s lifestyle. Excessive consumption of alcohol, nightlife, diets rich in fatty and sugary foods, and long-prolonged use of medications can place undue stress on his/her..
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