Friday, January 28, 2011

Hair Loss Causes – About Protein Deficiency

Protein deficiency may lead to hair loss as because of it made up of protein. This deficiency can result from poor absorption.

Pregnant women and those who are building muscle with weight training may need additional protein in their diets.

Main Common Hair Loss Causes:-

(1) Caused by a wide variety of other nutritional and medical issues

(2) Hormone problems can deficiencies in numerous vitamins such as vitamin E, vitamin D or vitamin A

(3) Some hair products will cause hair loss too

Dry and brittle hair or hair loss lead by Protein deficiency, anemia and immune suppression are also symptoms, as is depression.

Below given Effective Natural Hair Care Tips which I want to share with you, just read online before few days ago,

(1) We can find protein for our Healthy Hair Growth from animal sources, such as fish, chicken, pork and turkey. Animal proteins are loaded with fat and cholesterol

(2) Organic meats and non-farmed fish are advised, as toxins and hormones in conventionally raised animals or farm-raised fish add to the body's toxic load.

(3) Vegetarian sources of protein are found in whole grains, beans, and nuts as they have added benefit of containing fiber and many vitamins such as vitamin C and vitamin A, as well as antioxidants, which fight free radical damage. They are low in fat and high in healthy oils, such as peanut oil or almond oil

Rice bran is another low-fat source of vegetable protein.

Nuts contain protein along with many other healthy nutrients. They contain unsaturated fats, which help lower cholesterol as well.

Eating a few servings of nuts each week can lower the risk of heart attacks or sudden cardiac deaths by 30 and 50 percent.

Hair growth slows with aging, but adequate nutrition can contribute to maintaining healthy hair growth at any age.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Weight Loss Tips - Want to recover from Holiday Diet Damage

For Holidays, it’s possible that we cannot manage our regular diet habit for healthy lifestyle.

So let’s undo what we did in that time.

(1) Ask first question to yourself about “how good you feel when you eat right” to fight through the cravings and have to get back to your regular nutrition and exercise plan right away.

(2) Go for a run, head to your Pilates class, and get back to your regular routine.

(3) Just remove the temptation to keep eating that pumpkin pie.

(4) Don't spend all day on the scale or in the gym, just be happy that you had a good holiday and move forward as because of had a good time with your family and friends.

Just continue on the healthy track you were on before and go on as if nothing happened.

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Health Care Tips – For New Year 2011

(1) See your doctor and dentist regularly.If you receive regular care from people you trust and who know you well, you will receive the prevention advice you need.

(2) Ask about sun protection, heart health, aspirin, calcium and vitamins. Never put off medical care. Most diseases are easier to prevent or treat early.

(3) Get immunized. Childhood immunizations improve health and lifespan. Adult immunizations for flu and pneumococcal disease also work to prevent illness.

(4) Seat belts and child safety seats are priorities on the road. When driving, follow the rules of the road. Be alert, in full control of your vehicle and be patient with other travelers.

(5) Substance abuse affects more than physical health. Addictions can destroy quality of life, mental health, relationships, work and school, and they often land people in legal trouble. Good parenting is also important to help prevent substance abuse.

(6) Keep relationships healthy. Build positive, long-term family and social relationships. Plan a pregnancy when you are ready to care for a baby.

(7) Get enough sleep. It will help you to learn, be productive and safe. Having a regular sleep-wake cycle has benefits that are hard to measure, but easy to feel.

Friday, January 7, 2011

Winter Fatigue Cures – Let beat it naturally

Many people experience fatigue when seasons change and the weather cools.
Few simple lifestyle changes, healthful diet and immune system support can help you feel more energized throughout the season."

(1) Opening drapes and blinds in the morning to allow sunlight in. Get as much time outdoors as your schedule and the weather permit. Sunlight stimulates production of Vitamin D in the body and also benefits mental health. However, remember to use sunscreen.

(2) Keeping to a regular sleep schedule and make a bedroom conducive to sleep by de-cluttering, choosing comfortable linens and turning off the TV.

(3) Eating foods high in protein, fruits and vegetables and whole-grain bread or beans, while avoiding sugar because sugar's energy rush is followed by an energy drop resulting in more fatigue.

(4) Using natural ways to lower levels of stress.

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Losing Weight Naturally – remain slim also in 2011

(1) Always keep in mind before taking any type of meal that you have to eat slowly which will allow stomach time to let your brain know that you're full which will also help to decrease overeating. Try to put your fork down between bites; this should help buy some time.

(2) To keep yourself accountable, work with a nutritionist and seek out the support of an online group, such as SparkPeople.

(3) To keep Natural Weigh Losing in mind, just saying to another that I am changing up my lifestyle instead of saying I am on dieting as because of diets are temporary and weight lifting isn't about being on a diet.

(4) Take always at least seven hours sleep at night because of have plenty of sleep will play a big part in managing body weight.

(5) Apart from busy schedules, workout at least three times a week is recommendable. Try to plan out your week in advance, if you realize you won't have time for three days, try breaking it down into shorter sessions. Even if you only get in 20 minutes, that's better than nothing.

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