Health

Hot towel(not enough to burn) few times a day for pimples etc.

Sore Throat. Hot tea. Normal candy(sacrifice teeth for throat). Goggle with epsom salt water.

If you are fat or diabetic, exercise, don’t drink soda, and eat healthy and less overall etc.

  1. Losing weight
  2. Exercise(sports, walk, pushup, dance, hike, beach, etc)
  3. Avoid beef fat and butter
  4. Less deep fried food
  5. More non-starchy vegetables and fruits
  6. Skip soda and drink alkaline water(pinch of baking soda(not powder)) but if you are old then probably need to buy machine since you don’t want extra salt.
  7. Brown rice(some modern varieties are pretty good tasting).
  8. Replace hamburger with lean top sirloin
  9. Ham instead of spam or bacon
  10. Replace sugar/nutrasweet with stevia (probably only need like 1/10 or less)
  11. Replace butter with extra virgin olive oil after the cooking
  12. Eat extra watery oat meal as soup(ie 1 oat meal 2-4 part water)
  13. Wash it extra good and lemon/orange add with salad etc., or perhaps lemonade with stevia.
  14. Eat little bit nuts
  15. Eat fish
  16. Eat flux seed
  17. beans and vegetables
  18. Eat as little processed food as possible
  19. Standup much as possible
  20. Less fried food, baked potato without butter etc… just salt/herbs/pepper
  21. Checkup with doctor, especially cortisone levels if you are 50lbs or move over weight
  22. If you are female, take estrogen supplement since body don’t produce enough for fat people

Alkaline water and oat meal sort of help kill the appetite too.

Also don’t excessively deprive yourself or jump into exercise too much. You don’t want to yoyo and gain more weight when you give up, or stretch marks neither. You don’t need health food or equipment. Eat like whole stick of celery without anything instead of potato chips etc.

In social situations, eat anything (1-2 times a week).

Other than that, eat all you like etc. once in a while.

Type 2 diabetes. It is not that hard to beat it.

  1. Same as losing weight plus
  2. Gardenia plants (all parts) can be eaten.
  3. Cinnamon(take it as herbal medicine)

There’s also candida http://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-8376/10-signs-you-have-candida-overgrowth-what-to-do-about-it.html

Sugar also help bad bacteria candida and harm good bacteria, thus can be consider preservative.  Similarly white flour last longer. I sort of wonder if candida convert sugar to fat.

Hot towel(not enough to burn) few times a day for pimples etc.

Sore Throat. Hot tea. Normal candy(sacrifice teeth for throat). Goggle with epsom salt water.

If you are fat or diabetic, exercise, don’t drink soda, and eat healthy and less overall etc. https://real7777.wordpress.com/science/fat/

Don’t excessively deprive yourself or jump into excessive exercise too much. You don’t want to yoyo and gain more weight when you give up, or stretch marks neither. You don’t need health food or equipment. Eat like whole stick of celery without anything instead of potato chips etc.

In social situations, eat anything (1-2 times a week).

Other than that, eat all you like etc. once in a while.

Japanese discovered adiponectin fat cell hormone is correlated to long life.

Brain growth.  Sleep, exercise,sex, resveratrol,omega fat,calorie restristion,intermitten fast,blueberries,folic acid,zinc,flavonoids, curcurmin, caffeine
Bad high saturated fat, sugar, vitamin deficiency, soft food

2 thoughts on “Health

  1. real7777 December 2, 2015 / 1:19 pm

    Not you everyday greens, but worth looking out for! Wakame, Kombu, Kelp and Arame are a few examples, and they are all good sources of iron, magnesium and calcium which boost the body’s ability to reduce chronic inflammation and oxidative stress.
    Tomatoes (and other tomato-based products) – like Chlorella – are another source of carotenoids which help keep our cells oxygenated. They also contain an inflammatory inhibitor – TNF-alpha, so they are worth adding to more of your dishes either fresh in salads, or blended as a sauce base.
    esveratrol is a type of natural phenol and is found in the skin of grapes. In the plant world, this is used as a defence mechanism when a plant’s cells are under attack, and research has been conducted into how this might help humans fend off liver cancer.

    These are both types of algae with a whole host of high-impact elements. Chlorella contains carotenoids and helps keep human cells oxygenated, and Spirulina is high in magnesium, iron and vitamins B, E and K which boost the body’s natural immune system and can lead to increased vitality.
    This is most often associated as an ingredient in Asian food preparation having originated from Southwest India, but it can be used in a wide range of other dishes. Its powerful antioxidants are a great help in preventing the formation of metastases – the spreading of cancer between parts of the body which don’t have a direct connection.

    Related to the Cannabis plant, Hemp has been shown to have a positive impact in people suffering from several types of cancer, and in some cases even severe forms. It does so by hugely increasing the amount of melatonin – a hormone our bodies naturally produce from our pineal gland.
    A widely unknown name for a very widely known family of veggies! You’ll be familiar with many of them – broccoli, cabbage, kale and cauliflower are just a few, and they are all a great source of glucosilonates and a range of vitamins and minerals known for their anti-cancer properties.

    Shiitake is probably the best known variety of these fungi, and have been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years. In more recent history, their high levels of metabolites have led them to being used in the preparation of anti-cancer drugs, antibiotics and cholesterol inhibitors.

  2. real7777 December 6, 2015 / 8:18 am

    British scientists unlocked the secret to pain — and how to end it

    If you’d rather hurt than feel nothing at all (a la Lady Antebellum), this medical breakthrough is not for you. But for the rest of us who’d like an end to physical pain (sorry, heartbreak not included), science has delivered once again. A team of British scientists has discovered the secret to human pain, which in turn has unlocked the recipe for ending it altogether — a classic case of working backwards to find the answer. “After a decade of rather disappointing drug trials, we now have confirmation that Nav1.7 really is a key element in human pain,” said Professor John Wood, senior author of the Nature paper detailing study results. Wood and his team came to their conclusions by studying individuals with a rare genetic mutation that makes it impossible for them to feel pain. In 2006, previous studies revealed that Nav1.7, a sodium channel present in normal humans, is paramount in the pain signaling process. Individuals with nonfunctioning Nav1.7 live a physically painless life. But Wood went a step further, and discovered that both people and the test mice used in his research produced more natural opioid peptides than normal. And opioid peptides, Wood says, are the missing link in painlessness. “The secret ingredient turned out to be good old-fashioned opioid peptides, and we have now filed a patent for combining low dose opioids with Nav1.7 blockers,” Wood said. “This should replicate the painlessness experienced by people with rare mutations, and we have already successfully tested this approach in unmodified mice.” Related: Here’s what this year’s Nobel Prize winners achieved for physics, chemistry, and medicine Blocking sodium channels is nothing new in terms of pain management, but it’s never been proven as an effective long-term solution. However, with this latest discovery, Wood hopes that doctors can provide their patients with a new method of addressing discomfort in a safe, sustainable way. “We hope to see our approach tested in human trials by 2017 and we can then start looking into drug combinations to help the millions of chronic pain patients around the world,” the scientist noted. So congratulations, world. We may be looking at a pain-free future. Also watch: Scientists Use Penguin Look-Alike Rover To Study Penguins Please enable Javascript to watch this video

    If you’d rather hurt than feel nothing at all (a la Lady Antebellum), this medical breakthrough is not for you. But for the rest of us who’d like an end to physical pain (sorry, heartbreak not included), science has delivered once again. A team of British scientists has discovered the secret to human pain, which in turn has unlocked the recipe for ending it altogether — a classic case of working backwards to find the answer. “After a decade of rather disappointing drug trials, we now have confirmation that Nav1.7 really is a key element in human pain,” said Professor John Wood, senior author of the Nature paper detailing study results.

    Wood and his team came to their conclusions by studying individuals with a rare genetic mutation that makes it impossible for them to feel pain. In 2006, previous studies revealed that Nav1.7, a sodium channel present in normal humans, is paramount in the pain signaling process. Individuals with nonfunctioning Nav1.7 live a physically painless life. But Wood went a step further, and discovered that both people and the test mice used in his research produced more natural opioid peptides than normal. And opioid peptides, Wood says, are the missing link in painlessness.

    “The secret ingredient turned out to be good old-fashioned opioid peptides, and we have now filed a patent for combining low dose opioids with Nav1.7 blockers,” Wood said. “This should replicate the painlessness experienced by people with rare mutations, and we have already successfully tested this approach in unmodified mice.”

    Related: Here’s what this year’s Nobel Prize winners achieved for physics, chemistry, and medicine

    Blocking sodium channels is nothing new in terms of pain management, but it’s never been proven as an effective long-term solution. However, with this latest discovery, Wood hopes that doctors can provide their patients with a new method of addressing discomfort in a safe, sustainable way.

    “We hope to see our approach tested in human trials by 2017 and we can then start looking into drug combinations to help the millions of chronic pain patients around the world,” the scientist noted.

    So congratulations, world. We may be looking at a pain-free future.

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