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Why getting your nutrition only from food is a bad idea?

Walking into a pharmacy or health food store can sometimes be intimidating, especially when it comes to the vitamin and supplement aisle. There are countless bottles, types of supplements, and dosages to choose from. And a person cannot help but ask themselves countless questions about them all. But is it really necessary to take all…

9 TRIGGERS THAT SLOWS METABOLISM

  9 Triggers That Slows Metabolism Are you struggling with obesity and unusual weight gain? Are you fed up with taking all the medicines for weight loss and doing hard exercise? Then, you come in the categories of slow metaboliser. When we eat food, it undergoes several processes like absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion(ADME). Metabolism is…

What causes ED?

  Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the disease that is considered to be a stigma on manhood. Our hectic  and stressful life style has introduced us to many lifestyle releated diseases Several  diseases that have clinched us are diabetes, cancer, hormonal disorders, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disorders. Erectile dysfunction is also one of them. Sexual health is…

Lose Belly Fat

5 Ways To Lose That Tummy Fat Fast

Lose Belly Fat Lose Belly Fat You slip into your favourite pair of jeans, suck in your breath, and button in up. As you slowly exhale, your tummy starts to push against the fabric, and the zipper line becomes visible and strained. As always, you ignore the ever-increasing bulge that is threatening to burst out…

BE CAUTIOUS ABOUT TREATING ALOPECIA, IT COULD INHIBIT TESTOSTERONE FUNCTION

Alopecia or hair loss in men is such a stressful disease that any man having this disease tries to get the treatment as soon as possible. Alopecia affects the lifestyle of the patient to a much higher extent. Under the effect of this disease, hair is lost from some or all areas of the body, usually from the scalp due to the body’s failure to recognize its own body cells and subsequent destruction of its own tissue. It results in bald spots on the scalp, especially in the first stages and then spreads to the whole body.