Diseases & Allergies Archive

Prostate Diet

What is Prostate? The prostate is a male gland of the reproductive system that surrounds the first inch of the urethra. Roughly the size and shape of a walnut, the prostate is located below the bladder and produces seminal fluid. Because the gland surrounds the urethra that drains the bladder, prostate disorders often affect urination. [&hellip

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A Healthy Diet for Your Liver

Diet in liver disease is a very controversial topic. Perhaps the most important aspect in the fight against liver disease is a proper diet to avoid harmful foods. A proper diet is also especially important because most of the food ingested is processed by the liver. Therefore this diet protects the liver from working too [&hellip

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Gout Diet

Gout is a form of arthritis (joint inflammation) usually occurring in the cooler extremities of the body, like feet or toes. It is general disease, constitutional and very often hereditary, characterized by an excess of uric acid in blood. The uric acid s not eliminated in the urine as normal, but left such as needle-like [&hellip

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Gastritis Diet

What is Gastritis? Gastritis is an inflammation of the stomach lining or mucosa. The inflammation may be caused by different factors such as: alcohol; smoking; drugs; poisoned food; viral infection; stress. There are acute gastritis and chronic gastritis. 1. Acute Gastritis: occurs suddenly, causes vomiting, and is manifested by hairy tongue, thirst, mild fever, burning [&hellip

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Hypertension Diet

Your blood pressure is the force exerted on your artery walls by the blood flowing through your body. A blood pressure reading provides two measures, systolic pressure and diastolic pressure, which are expressed as millimeters of mercury (mm Hg), or how high the pressure of blood would raise a column of mercury. Systolic pressure is [&hellip

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Mediterranean Diet vs. Alzheimer’s Disease

Mediterranean Diet is a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, nuts, fish and grain, but decreased the amount in respect of meat and whole dairy products is beneficial for brain and heart. A study examined a group of patients who suffer from mild cognitive nature in parallel with a group of healthy people. Five years later, [&hellip

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Cholesterol–Allowed and Forbidden Foods

In the last years we talk more and more about the “bad cholesterol” and the harm caused to our health. We can easily control the cholesterol in our blood, maintain the correct level. You can reduce the cholesterol if you follow the   right nutritional choices and a healthy life style . What we have  to [&hellip

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Diabetes and I

Diabetes is a chronic disease characterized by excess sugar (glucose) which can be detected by biological, blood (blood sugar) or urine (glycosuria). Excess blood glucose is harmful to health. Glucose comes from food digestion. To enter the cells where it is used as fuel, glucose needs insulin, a hormone secreted by the pancreas. A person [&hellip

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Cholesterol and I

Not many decades ago it was discovered a causal link between cholesterol in the diet and cardiovascular disease. Most of us are familiar with the name of drugs used to reduce blood cholesterol levels but not many of us know what to eat or avoid, in order to lower the cholesterol level. What is cholesterol? [&hellip

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