Archive for March, 2011
It is a very natural human tendency to munch on something or the other frequently. But some unlucky people who aspire to lose weight cannot indulge in such luxuries.
If such people wish to lose weight then they will have to stop snacking on unhealthy foods. Ideally it is best to have 5-6 small meals throughout the day. But most working people do not find time to schedule their meal pattern accordingly. Such people can have three well balanced meals everyday and snack 2-3 times between their meals.
Now that certainly does not mean that you can have a double-layered meat burger with extra cheese and French fries and soda to compliment the burger for meals.
When it comes to making hamburgers, the higher fat content ground beef generally produces more flavorful burgers. Lean ground beef can produce a dry, tasteless burger quite easily. Luckily, there is a cooking technique you can use to ensure that the burger remains moist without the high fat content as well as flavorful.
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Study Shows Actos Lowers Risk of Developing Diabetes in People With Prediabetes
The diabetes drug Actos, which increases insulin sensitivity, appears to dramatically lower diabetes risk in people with prediabetes, according to a new study.
People with prediabetes who took the drug had a 72% reduction in diabetes risk, compared to patients who did not take it, researchers report.
They estimate that one case of diabetes could be prevented if 18 high-risk people were treated with the drug for a year.
The study appears in the March 24 issue of The New England Journal of Medicine.
The findings suggest that millions of people at high risk for diabetes may benefit from taking Actos, but experts urge caution.
Actos (pioglitazone) is in the same drug class as the controversial diabetes drug Avandia.
Why do some people hate to exercise? Probably because they think it’s not fun and not easy.
If it were fun and easy, more than 15 per cent of us would be working out regularly.
Even Edmonton YMCA trainer Carla Serna struggles some days.
“I’m no different than anybody else,” she says with a laugh. “I am normal, unfortunately.”
Most people take the path of least resistance, the easy or lazy route, Serna says. They come home from work and sit on the couch because it’s easy to do.
But there’s a price to pay for being a couch potato. You gain