Debriefing: is it worth giving up coffee
It is difficult to imagine your morning without a cup of aromatic, freshly brewed coffee. This drink has become a tradition for many people, allowing you to wake up, feel…

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Imom.me review: Pilestone brand color correction glasses
A person with color blindness does not see the world at all as he sees the eye of a healthy person. This is because the photopigments that are in the…

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Why you can’t lose weight fast
Healthy nutrition, regular classes in the fitness room, a moving lifestyle - these are the advice doctors give to people who dream of a slim body. But this is a…

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Wolf hunger: why you constantly want to eat

Good appetite is always associated with health. But only as long as it does not develop into a “wolf”. If a person constantly wants to eat, even after the last crumbs of a full meal are eaten, then it’s time to think about the reasons for such an appetite.

Hunger and appetite – different concepts
First, you need to understand that the terms “hunger” and “appetite”, although very similar, but from the point of view of physiology, are somewhat different concepts. Hunger is an objective reaction of the body to nutrient deficiency. It occurs within a few hours (usually 3 hours or more) after the last meal. With the help of hunger, the body requires replenishment of energy resources (food intake). Continue reading

All you need to know about metabolism

The word “metabolism” has long ceased to be considered an exclusively medical term and has become firmly established in colloquial speech. Metabolism must be accelerated in order to lose weight, improve health, improve appearance. This is evidenced by successful people from TV screens, slender models from glossy pages, ordinary people from advertising posters who achieved their cherished dream. Therefore, almost every person periodically raises the question: how to speed up the metabolism?

A bit of metabolism theory
The body is constantly undergoing many chemical reactions. They support human life, provide development, growth, allow you to adequately respond to the environment. These processes are called metabolism. And in the language of doctors – metabolism. Continue reading

Why Omega-3,6,9 Fatty Acids

For weak babies who are often ill, doctors prescribe fish oil. Not surprising. After all, it is rich in omega-3 fatty acids. The body needs the latter for the proper functioning of almost all organs. What are fatty acids? What are women, men and children of omega-3s taken for? And what threatens the shortage of necessary substances?

Bit of theory
Media, nutritionists often remind about the need to regularly include fatty acids in the menu. Thanks to these substances, one feels better, nails are strengthened, and the beauty and silkiness of the hair are restored. But before you introduce them into your diet, you need to get to know them better. After all, even the most useful components, if used improperly, can turn into enemies. Continue reading

Unsafe procedure: side effects of laser hair removal
Women have long been fond of laser hair removal. After all, a laser can quickly and painlessly remove unwanted hair from any part of the body. Many are sure that…

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Signs of obesity in a child
A healthy child in the view of many parents is a strong baby with many folds and constrictions. Moms are happy when their child gains weight well. After all, an…

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What do “suspicious” moles look like?
Moles, birthmarks, nevi are all the names of benign formations on the skin that can be congenital or appear during a person’s life. Moles can be located everywhere, even on…

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Molluscum contagiosum. What does it look like and how to treat it
Molluscum contagiosum - a bundle of light pink color with a depression in the center, similar to a human navel. It is localized on the skin, rarely affects the mucous…

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