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Why Knowing Your Body Mass Index Can Help You Fight Diabetes by David Silva
... a BMI of less than 20 implies underweight, over 25 is overweight, and over 30 is obese. For a more specific idea of where you fall in the index, the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute provides a complete Body Mass Index Table for your convenience. You can find it here: The bottom line: if you're overweight, you're in danger of developing diabetes. This dreadful disease is nearly silent, yet it can cause kidney failure, heart damage, strokes, even the loss of limbs to amputation.

Healthy Body Weight by Rex Ng
... Studies have indicated the amount of weight put on since mid-twenties have proportional effect on the chances of developing heart attack, stroke, diabetes, arthritis, gallstones, snoring, and sleeping disorder. Another metric often use by the medical community to gauge healthy weight is BMI (Body Mass Index). Since tall people tend to weight more due to mass associated with longer bones and surrounding tissue. This ratio factor an individual’s height into the equation.

Buying Low Fat Foods by Glen D. Williams
... We just have to take a few simple steps to get started. Not Buying Low Fat Claims: The first simple step to buy low fat foods is to ignore the health claims on packages in the supermarket. Ever seen the claim, "all natural?" This is often used to get you to think you're buying healthy food. Consider that fat, cholesterol, sugar and salt are all 100% natural, and you can see what good that claim really is. "Lower Fat" is another popular package claim that bears suspicion.

How To Absolutely Suck In Your Next Triathlon by Ben Greenfield
... Forget to print the Mapquest directions, arrive at the race late, and have barely enough time to dip your toes in the water before the starting pistol fires (who am I *anybody* use a firearm anymore to start a race?). Since a warm-up in each skill - running, bicycling, and swimming - will distribute blood flow for specific individual muscle requirements, allow for enhanced lactate buffering, and improve heart stroke volume and respiratory muscle elasticity, you want to completely avoid ...

Green Travel – Making Better Environmental Travel Choices by Susanne Pacher
... • Avoid vehicles with two-stroke engines such as jet skis, scooters and certain boats, which are enormously polluting. • Be culturally sensitive to local customs, greetings, dress codes and food habits. • Treat others with the same respect that you would ask for in your own community. Other eco-certification programs for tourism operators and tips for eco-savvy consumers include the following websites: - Terra Choice - Green Globe 21 - Environmental Choice - Green Seal - The Global ...

Why Sexual Technicians Get Only A One Time Hit, No Repeat Requests by Christine Akiteng
... They start making love and you can almost hear the clock ticking in their heads: “Okay, we’ve kissed for three minutes, now I can advance to touching the breast…good, four minutes on the breast, now I can start stroking her thighs, just for a minute or two… wait a minute, it’s three minutes already, I must turn her on her back and get down to business! Sexual technicians are often those who have a need to be in control of themselves, of their partner and of the situation at all times.

Your Kidney Function Really Matters: A Lighter Look at What You Need to Know to Prevent Adverse Dru by Timothy McNamara
... 2) If you are in one of the following categories, you should expect your physician and pharmacist to have considered your renal function before dosing a medication:known kidney disease;age greater than 50;history or heart attack, angina, stroke, or other artery blockages;history of diabetes (any type);history of high blood pressure;prior exposure to chemotherapy drugs;prior prolonged exposure to IV antibiotics;frequent use of pain medications (especially non-steroidal anti-inflammatory ...

Death Calculator-How Long will You Live? by Barbara Kimmel
... Remember, long life depends on seven factors: genetic inheritance (good genes give you a good head start), physical fitness, mental fitness (exercising your mind), emotional fitness (meaningful lives last longer), spiritual fitness (interpreting the purpose of life), food fitness (healthy nutrition and diet) and environmental fitness (limiting our exposure to toxic chemicals). Remember, the key to a long and healthy life is more than smart genes and dumb luck.

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