Sunday, November 23, 2014

How to keep our self healthy?


The health of our body relies on the health of our cells. This plan will focus on five different strategic areas of health so you can decrease the burden on your cells and allow them to perform their appropriate functions optimally. Integrating this information into your daily life will help you live better and healthier, from the cellular level up.

Even though some of us see our self as someone of average health, we may still interested in becoming a performance athlete or fully healthy person. This is an exciting and admirable goals for most people. This article will help you make some positive lifestyle changes that will allow you and your body to perform at its optimal levels. Keep in mind that if you're serious about reaching your health goals, you'll have to make a commitment to change your lifestyle habits, eating habits, and exercise habits. It don't be easy, but in the end it will be worth doing it.

How to Have a healthy lifestyle

Toxic Burden


Each one of us have different interpretation about toxic burden. But no matter how you interpret your personal toxic burden, there's no question that the modern age exposes us to a number of toxins that can build up in our body over time. While it's impossible to avoid all dangerous substances, there are many things you can do to cut down on your exposure.

Two pieces of advice are true for everyone: first, wear gloves when dealing with any substances you wouldn't want to put in your mouth. Think about it-your skin can absorb those chemicals just as if you were ingesting them purposefully. Second, do your best to keep places like your garage ventilated so chemicals in the air aren't so concentrated. You don't want to breathe those chemicals into your body.


People in an urban are likely exposed to a great deal more toxins than someone who lives in a more rural area. Dense urban areas are a source of chemical and industrial pollutants that fill the air and your lungs. Some of the most common sources are power plants, industrial production, and vehicle engines.

This unclean air can result in congestion, throat and eye irritation, and respiratory problems, with symptoms growing worse with continued exposure. There's not much you can do about air pollution in the city where you live. However, you should take steps to make sure that your home has the cleanest air possible.

It's very likely that the air inside your home is even more polluted than the air outside. That's because the air in your home contains all the same noxious fumes you'll find outside (after all, that's where the air comes from) but it's also contaminated with volatile organic compounds (VOCs). These VOCs are there because you put them there-with paint, adhesives, chemical cleaners, bug spray, air fresheners, and anything else you spray into the air in your home. These products are filling the air-and your lungs-with toxins.

The best solution, of course, is to control or eliminate the sources of the indoor pollutants or make certain your home has adequate ventilation involving fresh outside air. That means opening a few windows whenever you get the chance. Otherwise, choosing a quality air filter or purifier is an option.

Your body may also be combating challenges arising from light pollution and noise pollution. Light pollution is mostly a problem if lights are shining in your bedroom window at night while you're trying to sleep. Ideally, you should sleep in complete darkness. Lack of light causes your body to produce melatonin-the hormone that regulates the sleep/wake cycle. Any light during the night can disrupt this production.

If light pollution is a problem where you live, make sure to buy blackout curtains so you can sleep in peace. Noise pollution can also disrupt sleep, so try some earplugs to block out the sounds of the city.


If you have silver fillings on your teeth you have to read this. Mercury is one of the most toxic metals known to man, and one of the most common forms of exposure is through mercury amalgam fillings-those silver fillings in your teeth.

The solution is simple: have them removed and replaced with biocompatible alternatives, such as a resin based composite. Work with a biological dentist to see what kind of schedule will work for you to have them replaced one or two at a time to reduce the toxic burden of removal. In the meantime, avoid chewing gum, brushing with a dry toothbrush and drinking hot or acidic beverages-this will decrease the friction and heat that release mercury vapor from your fillings.

If you want to decrease your exposure to mercury even further, avoid fish that tend to be high in mercury, such as mackerel, swordfish, and most types of tuna. Usually the smaller the fish, the safer it is to eat. It's also a good idea to be careful with tattoos, because the ink may contain mercury or aluminum. Some symptoms of mercury toxicity disappear completely when mercury sources are removed. However, it is in your best interests to follow a detox program to effectively flush out the mercury that has already been deposited in your body.

For more information on the dangers of mercury amalgam fillings, read A Mouthful of Poison by Dr. Myron Wentz.


Good work on drinking filtered water. A simple charcoal-filter can remove a number of impurities from your drinking water, including pesticides, solvents, chlorine, and some heavy metals. However, it won't remove many inorganic contaminants or fluoride, which can be harmful to teeth and bones in high amounts. You can check with your municipal water authority to find out if your water is artificially or naturally fluoridated. Consider upgrading from a charcoal filter to a reverse-osmosis or distillation system in your home. These water filtration systems will remove virtually all harmful contaminants and most fluoride from your water.


People have been using fluoride for decades as a way to keep their teeth healthy, but it's not a cure-all for oral health. In fact, too much fluoride exposure can actually cause mottled teeth and brittle bones. The physical action of the toothbrush is what really cleans teeth, and twice-daily brushing with a fluoride-free toothpaste, tongue-scraping, and flossing, along with regular dental checkups, are all you need to maintain a beautiful smile.

There are several fluoride-free toothpastes on the market, including brands that can be found in most supermarkets and drug stores. If you don't need that foamy mint feeling when you brush, try just using baking soda, which will provide enough abrasion to help clean your teeth. If you do decide to keep using fluoridated toothpaste, avoid other products that may also contain fluoride, such as mouthwash and artificially fluoridated water.



You know it's true for everyone: having a balance and variety of foods is key to a healthy, nutritious diet. Of course, fad diets come and go, and while some stick around longer than others because of dramatic, temporary results, they all lead to nutritional deficiencies of some type.

So how do you achieve a proper balance while maintaining a healthy weight? What's important is to manage your ratio of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. For adults, proteins should be between 10 and 35 percent of the diet, fats between 20 and 35 percent and carbohydrates between 45 and 65 percent. And in addition to helping you achieve your weight-loss goals, eating the correct ratio of foods may help you permanently change your eating habits, which can improve your long-term health.

Make sure your diet includes a wide variety of micronutrients as well. You'll find a great deal of these in fresh, colorful vegetables and fruits. Make sure the majority of the food you eat is nutrient dense, as opposed to empty calories from processed food.


Make a good number of fruit and vegetable intake to get your recommended daily doses of fruits and vegetables. You've heard time and time again how important it is to incorporate fruit and vegetables into your diet. But there's a reason this is one of the most commonly known diet tips. Research consistently shows that fruits and vegetables are critical to promoting good health and reducing certain disease risks.

Fruits and vegetables contain essential vitamins, minerals, and fiber that may help protect you from chronic diseases. Compared with people who consume a diet with only small amounts of fruits and vegetables, those who eat more generous amounts as part of a healthful diet are likely to have reduced risk of chronic diseases, including stroke and perhaps other cardiovascular diseases and certain cancers.

If you're having trouble incorporating these foods into your diet, try not to be repetitive in your selection. Eating fruits and vegetables of different colors and varieties gives your body a wide range of valuable nutrients, like fiber, folate, potassium, and vitamins A and C. Some examples include green spinach, orange sweet potatoes, black beans, purple plums, red watermelon, and white onions.


There are numerous reasons why someone might choose to cut down or eliminate dairy products from their diet, but they usually fall under three main categories: ethical considerations, allergies or other intolerances, or avoidance of the saturated fats and cholesterol that sometimes accompany dairy products.

No matter your reason, because you don't eat a lot of dairy products, it is important for you to get nutrients like protein, vitamin D, calcium, and phosphorous from other food sources.

Consume vitamin D rich foods like fish-or, if you don't eat meat, soymilk or vitamin D enriched orange juice-or take a daily vitamin D supplement. And the calcium found in dairy foods can be substituted with other foods rich in calcium, including leafy green vegetables and tofu products.

Biometrics and Genetics
Cardiovascular diseases, infectious and parasitic diseases, and cancers are the top leading causes of death in men. While it can be difficult to predict if you will contract any of these diseases, remember that prevention is key. By having regular screenings, exercising, and eating properly, you can lower the risk of developing any of these diseases.


In most country such as Asian country, statistics show that Asian are less likely to have cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. But This doesn't mean that you are immune to these diseases, just less likely to develop them. This is due in part to genetic dispositions, environmental factors, weight, diet, and smoking habits. One of the best ways to lower your risks of any disease is to take control. A healthy diet and exercise can help tremendously. Also, regular doctor visits and screenings can help in determining if you are on the path to contracting any of these diseases.



Stress is necessary for life. You need stress to fuel your creativity and learning. Stress is only harmful when it becomes overwhelming and interrupts the healthy state of equilibrium that your nervous system needs to remain in balance.


If it appears that you may be experiencing "chronic stress." If the cause of your stress is not addressed, you could experience, or may already be experiencing, feelings of irritability, anxiousness, and even physical manifestations of your stress, such as tension-related headaches.

Watch out for these signs, as they suggest you are already experiencing higher levels of stress. If you feel like your stress level at any point exceeds what is considered a healthy level, seek a professional's recommendations and practice the proper coping mechanisms. Stress is normal, but left unchecked, it may cause damage to the body and the mind.

Try these tips to reduce your overall stress level.

Keep a stress journal: It may help you identify the regular stressors in your life and help you gain insight into the way you deal with them. As you keep a daily log, you will begin to see patterns and common themes.

Acknowledge ways you currently manage and cope with stress in your life. Your reaction to stress is just as important as the stresses themselves. When confronted with a stressful situation, take a moment to breathe and make a conscious decision to react differently than you normally would.

Don't Overextend Yourself: Know your limits and stick to them. Refuse to accept added responsibilities when you feel as if you're taking on too much. Always remember that it's okay to say "no."

Avoid People Who Stress You Out: If someone consistently causes stress in your life and you can't turn the relationship around, limit the amount of time you spend with that person or end the relationship entirely. If you're dealing with a difficult family member, be honest and up front with them about why you are distancing yourself from the relationship. You may find that speaking your mind and letting others know how you feel will improve your relationship with them and reduce your stress even further.

Take Control of Your Environment: If the evening news makes you anxious, turn the TV off. If your commute makes you irritable or nervous, plan your route and allow yourself sufficient time to reach your destination safely and on time without feeling rushed. If you find that large crowds add to your anxiety, stay away from congested stores or shopping malls during peak hours.

Avoid Sensitive Topics: If you get upset over religion, politics, or other hot-button issues, cross them off your conversation list. If you repeatedly argue about the same subject with the same people, stop bringing it up or excuse yourself when it's the topic of discussion.

Cut Down Your To-Do List: Analyze your schedule, responsibilities, and daily tasks. If you have too much on your plate, distinguish between the "shoulds" and the "musts." Drop tasks that aren't truly necessary to the bottom of the list or eliminate them entirely.


No matter your age, background, or current level of activity, you should always feel empowered to make positive changes in your daily habits that will help you live a long, healthy, happy life. We hope this article has shed some light on what you can do now to make your future a better one. But it's up to you to take this information and put it to good use.

We wish you luck on your way to a healthier future. Your choices and actions can make a positive difference in your life. Take control now, and love life and live it to its fullest in happiness and health.

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Thursday, July 31, 2014

HSA alerts public to three illegal products with potent ingredients

SINGAPORE — Three illegal health products used for the treatment of pain contain undeclared potent western medicinal ingredients, said the Health Sciences Authority (HSA) in a media release issued today (July 31).
The products are “Joint-Soft”, “Kebigutaijiaonang” and “Pil Raja Urat Asli”. The HSA said it found the presence of potent steroids and painkillers in the products. The steroids should only be used under strict medical supervision, as long-term unsupervised use can cause medical complications such as diabetes, high blood pressure and cataracts, the authority warned, while unsupervised used of the painkillers can lead to gastric bleeding, heart attack and stroke.
These products were bought overseas and are not known to be available locally. The HSA warns that such illegal health products from illegitimate or unknown sources are generally produced under poor manufacturing conditions with no quality control, and the contents can vary significantly with each batch.
The HSA said a patient in his 60s who had consumed “Joint-Soft” was hospitalised after he experienced bleeding. Another patient in her 50s gained weight and experienced a worsening of her diabetic condition after consuming “Kebigutaijiaonang”. A third patient in her 60s gained over 8kg after taking “Pil Raja Urat Asli”.
Members of the public who are consuming these products are advised to:
• Consult a doctor as soon as possible before stopping their consumption of the products. Sudden discontinuation of steroids without proper medical supervision can cause serious withdrawal symptoms, such as weakness, fatigue, confusion and low blood pressure.
• Be wary of complementary health products, such as traditional medicines and health supplements, which claim to provide unexpected rapid relief of pain symptoms. Consumers should exercise discretion in their purchase of these complementary health products, and obtain them from reliable and reputable sources locally.
• Seek appropriate medical treatment for acute and chronic medical symptoms and conditions, such as arthritis and rheumatism, and do not self-medicate.
The HSA said it will take strong enforcement actions against those who engage in the sale and supply of health products containing undeclared potent medicinal ingredients. Anyone found to contravene the Poisons Act faces a penalty of up to S$10,000 or imprisonment for a period of up to two years or both.
Members of the public who have any information on the sale and supply of these three illegal products, or other illegal products, may contact HSA’s Enforcement Branch at 6866-3485 during office hours (Monday to Friday) or email: Thye are also encouraged to visit to learn more about the dangers of buying illegal health products from dubious sources. CHANNEL NEWSASIA

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Saturday, July 12, 2014

Top source of Vitamin C

Before we talk about the other source of vitamin C, let us understand first what is vitamin C and what are their benefits. Vitamin C also known as Ascorbic Acid is an essential nutrient for humans and certain other animal species. It is known to be a powerful antioxidant in the body.

Vitamin C is a water-soluble essential vitamin that is quickly lost from your body, so daily intake is vital. Having a not enough vitamin C on humans body is very crucial, cell growth and circulatory health can be compromised. In fact, those who are people with less intake of Vitamin C are those experiencing different symptoms such as Fatigue, weight loss, muscle and joint pains and easily get bruises.

According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), it's recommended that adult men consume 90 mg of vitamin C daily and that adult women obtain 75 mg daily. The amount varies depending on age, gender and other factors such as if a person is pregnant or breastfeeding.

Foods rich in vitamin C While an orange is likely the first food to come to mind as the go-to vitamin C source, there are other foods that top its levels of the nutrient. For example, one navel orange has about 83 mg of it, but a small papaya has 96 mg of vitamin C.

Additionally, papaya has other health benefits including the fact that it's high in fiber and foliate. Broccoli is another food with a high vitamin C content; one serving has about 132 mg of the nutrient.

According to The World's Healthiest Foods website, "Amongst all of the commonly consumed cruciferous vegetables, broccoli stands out as the most concentrated source of a premiere antioxidant nutrient--vitamin C." Strawberries also contain high levels of vitamin C. One serving has nearly 87 mg of it, and consumption of them has also been linked to reductions in cognitive decline. Cauliflower, with nearly 128 mg of vitamin C in a head that's about 4 inches in diameter, is another source of the nutrient.

The World's Healthiest Foods also touts this food as an "excellent" vitamin C source that does wonders for fighting damaging free radicals in the body and acting as an anti-inflammatory.

Eating these foods on a regular basis can increase vitamin C levels and boost overall health. As always, choose fresh, organic options.

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Wednesday, June 18, 2014

What you should know about degenerative diseases
In our today's post, we will tackle about some of the most common degenerative disease and how we can avoid them. According to my trusted source, degenerative disease is a kind of disease in which the function or structure of the affected tissues or organs will increasingly deteriorate over time, whether due to normal bodily wear or lifestyle choices such as exercise or eating habits. Degenerative diseases are often contrasted with infectious diseases. (original source:

I know how difficult it is to see someone we love suffering from this kind diseases. Believe me, I know how painful it is 'cos I personally experience it with one of my love one who suffered from malignant bone cancer when she was 13 years old and fight for her life for almost 2 years. I don't want that to happen again to any of my family member so I better equipped myself and my family with the right protection against diseases.

As what I always tell to all my friends and relative "Prevention is better than cure" yes you read it right! If we can prevent; why not! rather than curing it once it started killing your cells.

But don't you know that degenerative disease are able to avoid by having a healthy cells on our body and a strong immune system? You can do your own health assessment by visiting this website: www. and they will provide you with a personalized a personalized assessment base on your answer and they will do a recommendation on how you can equipped your self with the right composition of products.

Here are some of the most common type of degenerative disease.
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  1. Diabetes mellitus (DM) also known as simply diabetes, is a group of metabolic diseases in which there are high blood sugar levels over a prolonged period. This high blood sugar produces the symptoms of frequent urination, increased thirst, and increased hunger. Untreated, diabetes can cause many complications. Acute complications include diabetic ketoacidosis and nonketotic hyperosmolar coma. Serious long-term complications include heart disease, stroke, kidney failure, foot ulcers and damage to the eyes.

  2. Parkinson's disease (PD also known as idiopathic or primary parkinsonism, hypokinetic rigid syndrome/HRS, or paralysis agitans) is a degenerative disorder of the central nervous system. The motor symptoms of Parkinson's disease result from the death of dopamine-generating cells in the substantia nigra, a region of the midbrain; the cause of this cell death is unknown. Early in the course of the disease, the most obvious symptoms are movement-related; these include shaking, rigidity, slowness of movement and difficulty with walking and gait. Later, thinking and behavioral problems may arise, with dementia commonly occurring in the advanced stages of the disease, whereas depression is the most common psychiatric symptom. Other symptoms include sensory, sleep and emotional problems. Parkinson's disease is more common in older people, with most cases occurring after the age of 50.

  3. Cancer, also known as a malignant tumor, is a group of diseases involving abnormal cell growth with the potential to invade or spread to other parts of the body. Not all tumors are cancerous; benign tumors do not spread to other parts of the body.Possible signs and symptoms include: a new lump, abnormal bleeding, a prolonged cough, unexplained weight loss, and a change in bowel movements, among others. While these symptoms may indicate cancer they may also occur due to other issues. There are over 100 different known cancers that affect humans.
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In fact, degenerative diseases is caused by genetic factors or heart defects present at birth, but most cases stem from unhealthy lifestyle choices. Eating a diet high in fat and calories and living a sedentary lifestyle are all potential risk factors for heart disease. Treatments often include changing these unhealthy lifestyle habits and engaging in more positive ones. Medication and surgery are also common treatments.

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Saturday, June 14, 2014

Weight loss program that really works.

Hi my fellow blogger and readers, apologize for not giving you a fresh post for quite some time now as I am too busy with my new life doing my own business...

I feel so excited with my personal experience and I want you to experience it as well.

Anyway, upon talking to people specially girls (oh don't get me wrong about talking with girls ok?) She is my friend and her main concern is her body figure. It came up to my mind that there is a big deal for some girls or maybe for guys as well about their physical looks.

Mostly girls (like my friend) doesn't want to look fat, and calling them fat is just like you committed a crime against them.

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To cut the long story short, I personally advise her to do a reset program provided by the top of the line health supplement, same program that I am doing. But in my case, I'm not doing a weight loss program, and instead I am using that program to help me maintain my healthy lifestyle.

And guess what! After doing the program for 2 weeks, from 75kg she is now 69kg. The good thing about the product, it is not a appetite suppression like other weight loss products.

I highly recommend to take this True Health Assessment to receive a personalized nutrition program designed exclusively for you.

Here are some great reviews about the person who tried the exact program and product that I am using. I hope it will help you as well. If you want to find out more about the product and program, you can visit it and have a glimpse of this amazing product.
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Monday, February 6, 2012

Tips to beat fatigue

Essential advice on how to avoid tiredness

How do you beat fatigue? We’ve all been there: those days when you wake up shattered, can barely drag yourself into work, and then struggle to keep your head off the desk. More often than not this is because you had a particularly late night which has left your body crying out for more sleep.

On the other hand, sometimes you may be getting to bed in good time, thinking you’ll get a good night’s sleep, and yet when the morning arrives you still feel like every waking thought and movement is a real effort.

So, how can you beat fatigue, regain your verve and put the spring back in your step? Simply check out the following top 10 tips — which aim to help you beat fatigue and ensure you get the most of yourself and your day!
Get enough sleep

It may be stating the obvious, but to avoid tiredness you should ensure you get enough sleep! Remember that your body needs sleep in order to recharge — and staying up and watching a movie which starts at midnight isn’t going to help! If you are having any trouble sleeping, then aim to have a better sleep routine such as going to bed and getting up at the same time. You could also improve your sleeping environment by making sure your bedroom is quiet, dark and comfortable. Also, by using your bedroom for sleep alone, your body will come to associate it with sleeping rather than reading or watching TV.
Try to avoid stress

Stress is one of the most common reasons for feeling tired — so beating stress will naturally help to alleviate your tiredness. There are several ways in which to tackle stress, but the most important thing to do is identify what is causing your stress in the first place. It may be work that is the main cause of your stress — perhaps because of bad work relationships, long hours, or an unfulfilling job. If that’s the case, then look at your options about how you can improve the situation. Also, make sure you switch off from work in your leisure time, and try out some relaxation techniques such as having a massage, taking a hot bath or listening to some music.
Eat well

Your diet can have a big impact on how you feel. Without a proper, balanced diet you can start to feel a bit sluggish and are likely to become fatigued — so ensure that you eat healthy meals and at the correct times. Skipping breakfast will ensure you start your day on the wrong footing and force you to run on empty until lunchtime! Eating ‘little and often’ can work for some people, as it means that they’ve got something to sustain them rather than going for longer periods between meals — which will help them to avoid the feeling of being hungry and tired prior to their main meals. Keeping blood sugar levels stable is also important to avoid fatigue — so make sure you eat enough carbohydrates.
Avoid caffeine in the evening

While caffeine might be great for giving you a boost in the daytime, and while some people just can’t do without their early morning wake-up cuppa, by the evening time you really need to start thinking about laying off the caffeine unless you want to get a restless night’s sleep! Caffeine — contained in things such as tea, coffee, chocolate and cola drinks — can cause restlessness and sleeping difficulties, which will only add to your tiredness the next day. It may also result in you needing more caffeine to keep you going — so it’s best to try and break the cycle by cutting down on the amount of caffeine you drink.
Slow down

People frequently get in the habit of trying to do too much. The demands they are putting on themselves may leave them feel fatigued — and if there are not enough hours in the day to juggle their job, family and friends, then they may end up not getting enough sleep either. On the other hand, having a more balanced lifestyle, making some time for yourself, and learning to relax and slow down sometimes will mean you’ll be more able to function efficiently. Think about what you could change to give yourself more time for relaxation. It’s also best to have realistic expectations about what you can achieve rather than running yourself into the ground!

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Ways to improve your health

Healthy living tips

There are many ways you can improve your health and just a few small changes can give big results. But there always seems to be conflicting advice concerning what is good for us and what are the right ways to improve our health.

Some pieces of health advice are always useful, however — and so the team at have compiled a list of 25 health-boosting tips which we believe to be pretty much incontrovertible! Doing a combination of our suggested activities will boost your health and improve your lifestyle and well-being — so try them out.
1. Reduce your fat intake

The effect of fat on our arteries and general health are pretty well known, so you should try to reduce your fat intake by changing your cooking methods. Try grilling, baking, steaming or poaching, rather than frying.
2. Improve your sleep

If you’re having trouble sleeping, try cutting out alcohol or caffeine and other such stimulants, as this can help you to nod off and get a good night’s sleep. Also, adding a few drops of lavender oil onto your pillow at night has been shown to have relaxing effects.
3. Cut down on your salt intake

To reduce the impact of salt on your blood pressure, cut down on your salt intake. We suggest using herbs and spices such as oregano, nutmeg and paprika to season your food, rather than always adding salt. You may eventually find that you don’t need to add salt at all!
4. Enjoy a glass of wine

Drinking just one or two glasses of wine a day is thought to cut your risk of heart disease by up to a third. Make sure you go for red or rosé variety, as they contain much higher levels of antioxidants than your average glass of white wine.
5. Be good to your bones

A diet high in calcium and vitamin D will lead to strong bones and healthy nerves and muscles. Good sources of calcium and vitamin D include egg yolk, broccoli, oily fish and direct sunlight.
6. Eat a high fibre diet

Fibre aids the digestive system by helping to speed up the passage of waste material through the body — thereby ensuring that cancer-causing substances do not stay long enough in the bowels to have any damaging effect.
7. Have a good laugh

Laughing can to boost the blood flow by more than 20 per cent, and researchers say it may reduce the risk of developing heart disease. Laughing can also help to fight infections, relieve hay fever, ease pain and control diabetes.
8. Fruits for immunity and blood pressure

Fruits such as oranges, lemons, and grapefruit are a great source of vitamin C, which helps to boost the immune system. Also, citrus fruits and bananas are also a good source of potassium, which can help to regulate blood pressure.
9. Eat more garlic

Garlic is a powerful cleanser of the body. Regular consumption of garlic (either in natural form or odourless capsules) promotes a healthy heart and good circulation by lowering blood pressure and cholesterol — and it also helps to fight infection and boost the body’s immunity.
10. Drink more water

The general recommendation is that we should drink around eight glasses of water a day. Taking in this amount of water will greatly enhance your digestion‚ nutrient absorption‚ skin hydration‚ and detoxification — as well as many other aspects of your health.

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