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It's a common story for most of us: You eat right, exercise, but still can't seem to lose those extra pounds. Is it genetics, age, or just something unknown that's keeping you looking and feeling heavy?
The surprising truth is that it may be your digestive system.
Many physicians and nutritional experts are pointing to an under-active digestive system as the real culprit behind all kinds of stomach issues. To put it simply, if your gut isn’t doing its job, your stomach can become a breeding ground for nasty bacteria—bacteria that cause painful stomach aches, embarrassing gas, and uncomfortable bloating.Lire la suite : Probiotics: The Surprising New Way to Lose Weight
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Chest pain or discomfort.
Chest pain is the most common heart attack symptom, but some women may experience it differently than men. It may feel like a squeezing or fullness, and the pain can be anywhere in the chest, not just on the left side.
It's usually "truly uncomfortable" during a heart attack, says cardiologist Rita Redberg, MD, director of Women’s Cardiovascular Services at the University of California, San Francisco.
"It feels like a vise being tightened."Lire la suite : 6 Symptoms of Women's Heart Attacks
One of my first recommendation when I meet for the first time patients naturopathy is to drink on an empty stomach with hot water and add half a squeezed lemon .
But why ? This small gesture when we take the usual changes a lot , it has more lasting effects than one might think ....Lire la suite : Why drink hot water and lemon in the morning?
By Karl Moore
Every day, most of us focus on the grey clouds in the sky. Life is dim and gloomy, and showers are just minutes away. But we forget something. We don’t remember that just behind those clouds, the sun is beaming brightly – every single minute of every single day. These are 17 rules designed to shift your perspective, helping you to rediscover the happiness you may have forgotten.
Rule #1 – Stop Feeling Sorry for Yourself! It’s not going to help the situation. It’ll only help you to wallow in a state of apathy, playing the victim. The kind of person that things happen to, but that can’t do anything about it. By stopping feeling sorry for yourself, you can actually get on and DO something about it. If you want to be happy – stop feeling sorry for yourself. “Self-pity is our worst enemy and if we yield to it, we can never do anything wise in this world.” -Helen KellerLire la suite : 17 Rules For Happiness