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  • Kidney disease - Causes and treatment of kidney failure

    In this animation the functioning of the kidneys and the symptoms of kidney disease are explained. It tells about how kidney failure develops and what treatment can be applied.

    Healthchannel makes complex medical information easy to understand. With 2D and 3D animations checked by medical specialists, we give information on certain diseases: what is it, what are the causes and how is it treated? Subscribe to our Youtube channel and learn more about your health!

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  • 10 Questions You Should Never Ask Your Partner

    1. "Should I get my hair cut?" Yes? No? We like ... your hair?

    If you're just taking half an inch off or something, we're not even going to notice (unless you already have your hair short ... like half an inch short).

    This is just putting us in a situation where three things could happen: We say "yes," and you get offended because we don't like your hair as is. We say "no," and you cut it anyway. Or we both happen to agree.None of those situations are constructive and at least one ends in you getting mad at us.

    2. "Which dress looks best?"

    Our answer is always going to be the one that shows off your cleavage the most and then you're going to get mad we chose that one.

    3. "Do you want to come to my mom's birthday party?"

    No. We're going to go because we're obligated, but we'd rather stay home and screw around. Please don't tease us with the illusion of choice. Just tell us what day it is.

    4. Literally anything about your weight. Anything. You're good. You look good. And if you're asking, you're not going to believe us anyway. Just don't sweat it.

    5. "Did your ex do this better?"

    As far as we're concerned, our ex is dead to us so it doesn't matter.

    6. "Do find Jennifer Lawrence attractive?"

    Please don't ask this, because the answer is "yes" and you don't want to hear us say "yes" and we're also bad liars. Plus, it doesn't mean we don't like you. It just means we have eyes.

    7. "How often do you masturbate?"

    Literally anytime you aren't looking at us. All right,not literally, but it might as well be. We do it a lot. And we don't really want to talk to you about it because that's weird.

    8. "Notice anything different?"

    The only time you should ask this question is if you literally want your boyfriend to shit his pants for some reason. We probably don't know, unless it's something incredibly obvious like you dyed your hair a (drastically) different color or surgically grafted your iPhone to your face. Please don't make us guess.

    9. "Was that the best sex you've ever had?" 

    Here's the thing: The answer to this is always yes.That's either because it's true or because we're lying. Save both of us the awkwardness of the question and just be content with knowing we're going to tell you "yes."

    10. "What are you thinking about?"

    Something stupid. It's always something stupid and the reason we don't want to tell you is that it would take way too long to explain why we're thinking about what would happen if The Incredible Hulk were drafted to the New York Yankees and they played baseball on the moon and we are also all best friends. It's not because we were thinking of breaking up with you or even about you at all. We were honestly daydreaming about the dumbest thing ever and it isn't worth explaining.

    11. "Can we talk?"

    This is frightening no matter who asks it. If it comes from your partner or your boss or a friend or even if your fucking mailman knocks on your door and asks this question. This is shorthand for "let's talk about serious business" and that's never fun. This is especially evil if you add "later" to the end of the sentence, making us walk around all day in a perpetual pool of cold sweat.

    12. "Are you still going to the gym?"

    Nope, and now we know it's showing.

    by,http://www.cosmopolitan.com

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  • 13 Things Mentally Strong People don’t do

    Mentally strong people have healthy habits. They manage their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors in ways that set them up for success in life. Check out these things that mentally strong people don’t do so that you too can become more mentally strong.

    1. They Don’t Waste Time Feeling Sorry for Themselves

    Mentally strong people don’t sit around feeling sorry about their circumstances or how others have treated them. Instead, they take responsibility for their role in life and understand that life isn’t always easy or fair.

    2. They Don’t Give Away Their Power

    They don’t allow others to control them, and they don’t give someone else power over them. They don’t say things like, “My boss makes me feel bad,” because they understand that they are in control over their own emotions and they have a choice in how they respond.

    3. They Don’t Shy Away from Change

    Mentally strong people don’t try to avoid change. Instead, they welcome positive change and are willing to be flexible. They understand that change is inevitable and believe in their abilities to adapt.

    4. They Don’t Waste Energy on Things They Can’t Control

    You won’t hear a mentally strong person complaining over lost luggage or traffic jams. Instead, they focus on what they can control in their lives. They recognize that sometimes, the only thing they can control is their attitude.

    5. They Don’t Worry About Pleasing Everyone

    Mentally strong people recognize that they don’t need to please everyone all the time. They’re not afraid to say no or speak up when necessary. They strive to be kind and fair, but can handle other people being upset if they didn’t make them happy.

    6. They Don’t Fear Taking Calculated Risks

    They don’t take reckless or foolish risks, but don’t mind taking calculated risks. Mentally strong people spend time weighing the risks and benefits before making a big decision, and they’re fully informed of the potential downsides before they take action.

    7. They Don’t Dwell on the Past

    Mentally strong people don’t waste time dwelling on the past and wishing things could be different. They acknowledge their past and can say what they’ve learned from it. However, they don’t constantly relive bad experiences or fantasize about the glory days. Instead, they live for the present and plan for the future.

    8. They Don’t Make the Same Mistakes Over and Over

    Mentally strong people accept responsibility for their behavior and learn from their past mistakes. As a result, they don’t keep repeating those mistakes over and over. Instead, they move on and make better decisions in the future.

    9. They Don’t Resent Other People’s Success

    Mentally strong people can appreciate and celebrate other people’s success in life. They don’t grow jealous or feel cheated when others surpass them. Instead, they recognize that success comes with hard work, and they are willing to work hard for their own chance at success.

    10. They Don’t Give Up After the First Failure

    Mentally strong people don’t view failure as a reason to give up. Instead, they use failure as an opportunity to grow and improve. They are willing to keep trying until they get it right.

    11. They Don’t Fear Alone Time

    Mentally strong people can tolerate being alone and they don’t fear silence. They aren’t afraid to be alone with their thoughts and they can use downtime to be productive. They enjoy their own company and aren’t dependent on others for companionship and entertainment all the time but instead can be happy alone.

    12. They Don’t Feel the World Owes Them Anything

    Mentally strong people don’t feel entitled to things in life. They weren’t born with a mentality that others would take care of them or that the world must give them something. Instead, they look for opportunities based on their own merits.

    13. They Don’t Expect Immediate Results

    Whether they are working on improving their health or getting a new business off the ground, mentally strong people don’t expect immediate results. Instead, they apply their skills and time to the best of their ability and understand that real change takes time.

    Source: lifehack.org

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  • Woman bites off husband’s ear in row over beer

    A woman has been arrested after allegedly biting off her husband’s during a row over beer.

    Jamie Elrod, 37, of Minnesota, is accused of shouting at him over alcohol before launching an attack.

    Police attended the scene to find her husband missing part of his ear.

    Officers also found blood on the floor.

    The victim said it Elrod had been drinking and, when asked what happened to the victim’s ear, she said she did not know.

    According to records, a review of the jail’s phone calls made by Elrod revealed that she had admitted to biting the victim’s ear off.

    Elrod is currently being held at the Stearns County Jail.

    source : metro

     

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  • US Christmas lights consume more energy than entire countries

    Christmas lights bring that festive cheer on everyone’s face, right? Well, they might seem to you after reading this report.

    American household Christmas lights, a favorite holiday tradition, use up more electricity than some poorer countries — such as El Salvador or Ethiopia — do in a year.

    Bright lights strung on American trees, rooftops and lawns account for 6.63 billion kilowatt hours of electricity consumption every year, according to a recent blog post by the Center for Global Development.

    That’s more than the national electricity consumption of many developing countries. El Salvador for one, uses 5.35 billion kilowatt hours, while Ethiopia consumes 5.30 billion and Tanzania 4.81 billion.

    The researchers, Todd Moss and Priscilla Agyapong, used data from a 2008 US Department of Energy report and the World Bank to carry out their research.

    They added that the 6.63 billion kilowatt hours used by US Christmas lights represents only 0.2% of yearly US energy consumption, or enough power to run 14 million refrigerators.

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  • Here are the top 10 home remedies for melasma

    1. Lemon Juice

    Lemon juice is a natural skin lightener with superb astringent properties. The acidic nature of lemon juice also helps remove the outer layer of the skin, thereby eliminating a layer of the hyperpigmented skin.

    1. Extract the juice from one fresh lemon.
    2. Apply it on the affected areas and gently rub it around for one or two minutes.
    3. Leave it on for 20 minutes before rinsing it off with lukewarm water.
    4. Follow this remedy twice daily and you should see improvement within three weeks.

    2. Apple Cider Vinegar

    The acetic acid present in apple cider vinegar makes it a powerful bleaching agent, which helps remove spots and make the skin much smoother and more radiant.

    1. Mix together equal amounts of apple cider vinegar and water.
    2. Apply this solution on the melasma spots and allow it to air dry.
    3. Rinse it off with lukewarm water and pat dry the skin gently.
    4. Follow this remedy once daily.

    3. Turmeric

    Turmeric can also reduce the skin’s melanin and help combat melasma. The active ingredient curcumin in turmeric spice has antioxidant and skin-lightening properties.

    1. Mix five tablespoons of turmeric powder with 10 tablespoons of milk to make a paste. It is best to use whole milk because it has lactic acid and calcium that helps exfoliate and soften the skin.
    2. Add one tablespoon of gram flour to thicken the mixture.
    3. Apply this paste evenly on the affected area.
    4. Allow it to dry for 20 minutes. Then rinse it off with warm water and pat dry with a clean towel.
    5. Repeat this treatment daily for best results.

    4. Onion Juice

    Onion juice is another effective home remedy to restore your natural skin tone. Onion juice has a range of sulfur-containing compounds that can fade dark patches or discoloration on the skin. Also, onion juice provides nourishment to the skin cells.

    1. Finely chop two to three onions.
    2. Put them in a piece of cheesecloth and squeeze it to extract the juice.
    3. Measure the onion juice and mix it with an equal amount of apple cider vinegar.
    4. Apply it on the affected area with a cotton ball.
    5. Leave it for 20 minutes, and then wash it off with warm water.
    6. Follow this remedy twice daily for a few weeks.

    5. Aloe Vera Gel

    Due to the presence of mucilaginous polysaccharides in aloe vera gel, it can alleviate hyperpigmentation and restore your skin’s original color. It can also remove dead skin cells andpromote regeneration of new skin cells.

    1. Cut open an aloe vera leaf and extract the fresh gel.
    2. Apply the gel thoroughly on the affected area and gently massage for one or two minutes.
    3. Leave it on for 15 to 20 minutes, and then wash it off with lukewarm water.
    4. Follow this remedy twice daily for a few weeks.

    6. Oatmeal

    Oatmeal is an amazing natural exfoliating agent that can remove brown spots on the face and dissolve dead skin cells to give you brighter, glowing skin.

    1. Mix together two tablespoons of oatmeal powder, two tablespoons of milk and one tablespoon of honey.
    2. Apply it on the affected area.
    3. Wait 20 minutes and rub off the mixture with water.
    4. Pat your face dry with a clean towel.
    5. Do this two or three times a week for a month.

    7. Almonds                                                                            

    The high protein content in almonds has a skin-lightening effect. Also, almonds contain vitamin E thatnourishes the skin and removes discoloration.

    1. Mix one teaspoon of powdered almonds with enough honey to make a thick paste. Gently rub the paste onto the affected skin and leave it on for 30 minutes. Rinse it off with lukewarm water and pat your face dry. Do this three or four times a week until you see improvement.
    2. Alternatively, grind five soaked almonds with enough milk to make a fine paste. Add one teaspoon of honey to it and mix well. Apply the paste on the affected skin before going to sleep. Leave it on overnight and wash it off with cold water the next morning. Use this remedy daily for two weeks.

    8. Horseradish

    Horseradish is another traditional treatment for melasma. The bleaching property of horseradish will bleach out any kind of discoloration of the skin, including melasma.

    1. Cut horseradish into slices and rub it directly on the affected skin. Allow the juice of the horseradish to dry on its own. Then rinse it off with lukewarm water and pat dry. Repeat once a week until the brown patches fade away.
    2. Mix two tablespoons of horseradish powder in one cup of sour cream. Apply it on your skin and leave it on for 30 minutes. Then wash your face with lukewarm water. Do this once a week until you see positive results.

    9. Papayas

    Papain, the enzyme found in papayas, is a natural exfoliating agent that can eliminate dead and damaged skin cells.

    1. Mash a ripe papaya to get a paste-like consistency.
    2. Add two tablespoons of honey to one-half cup of the mashed papaya paste.
    3. Apply it as a mask over the affected skin area.
    4. Leave it on for about 20 minutes, and then rinse it off with lukewarm water.
    5. Follow this remedy once a week for several months.

    10. Sandalwood

    Sandalwood is another effective skin-lightening ingredient that can enhance skin complexion and reduce the signs of melasma as well as other types of blemishes.

    1. Mix equal parts of sandalwood power, turmeric, whole milk and lemon juice to make a thick paste.
    2. Apply the paste on the affected skin and allow it to dry on its own.
    3. Splash some water on your face to moisten the mask and scrub it off in circular motions.
    4. Finally, rinse with more water and pat dry.
    5. Follow this remedy three or four times a week until you get the desired result.
    6. Along with the melasma remedies, you must limit your exposure to the sun for prolonged periods of time.

    Also, remember to use sunscreen when you go out to protect your skin from harmful ultraviolet rays. Plus, eating high-fiber foods and drinking plenty of water will help get rid of toxins and treat melasma.

    Source:- www.top10homeremedies.com

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  • 10 Silent Killer Diseases You Must Know

    Many diseases fall under the category of “silent killers”. These diseases disguise their warning signs.

    They are characterized by subtle symptoms that often go undetected or unnoticed. If too much time passes without treating the disease, it may cause serious complications or sometimes death.

    Chances are high that people may be living with such dangerous diseases without knowing it.Hence, it’s very important to spread awareness about these diseases.

    Also, you should have regular medical checkups with your doctor, so that unexplained or vague symptoms can be diagnosed early and possibly save your life.

    Here are 10 silent killer diseases you must know.

    1. High Blood Pressure

    A person suffers from high blood pressure, also called hypertension, when their blood pressure reading is 140/90 mm Hg or higher.

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 70 million American adults, which means 1 out of every 3 adults, have high blood pressure.

    High blood pressure is usually associated with stress, smoking, high salt intake, anxiety, excessive drinking, and leading a sedentary lifestyle.

    Other contributing factors include obesity, genetic factors, use of birth control pills or pain relievers, kidney disease and adrenal disease.

    Usually, high blood pressure does not present noticeable symptoms. In some cases, it may cause headaches, shortness of breath or nosebleeds, but these symptoms occur when the blood pressure reading is extremely high.

    If ignored, high blood pressure may lead to heart disease or even strokes. The only way to identify it is to regularly measure your blood pressure, either on your own at home or by a doctor. If you find the numbers are too high, start taking steps to control it.

    Blood pressure can be measured by a blood pressure monitor, also called a sphygmomanometer. If it reads 140/90 mmHg or more, consult your doctor and be sure to take any prescribed medicine as directed to control it.

    2. Diabetes

    Diabetes is a condition that requires constant monitoring. There are two types of diabetes.

    In Type 1 diabetes, the body does not produce any insulin.
    Type 2 diabetes is a metabolic disorder in which your body is unable to make enough insulin, or cannot use it properly.
    According to the International Diabetes Federation, an estimated 387 million people worldwide have diabetes and 1 in 2 people do not even know that they have it.

    This is why diabetes is considered a silent killer. Some common symptoms include excessive thirst, hunger, sudden weight loss, frequent urination, tiredness, slow-healing sores or cuts, and blurry vision.

    The exact cause of diabetes is not known. However, genetics, obesity, a poor diet and lack of exercise appear to play important roles in developing this disease.

    Uncontrolled diabetes can lead to a variety of serious complications. These include heart disease, kidney disease, limb amputation, strokes, and vision loss.

    If you have a high risk of developing diabetes and notice any of the common symptoms, get your blood glucose levels checked. When diagnosed with diabetes, treatment may include taking insulin or other medications.

    3. Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)

    Coronary artery disease (CAD) is a common heart disease caused by plaque buildup in the walls of your arteries. Too much plaque buildup narrows the arteries over time, which could partially or totally block the blood flow throughout your body. Over a period of time, CAD can also weaken your heart muscle, leading to heart failure.

    Major risk factors for CAD include obesity or being overweight, a family history of heart disease, a poor diet, smoking and lack of physical activity.

    As CAD does not cause any immediate signs and symptoms, it can go unnoticed until you have a heart attack. Opt for regular health checkups for timely diagnosis.

    Eat a diet low in sodium and fat, avoid smoking, exercise regularly and take medications after consulting your doctor to reduce your risk of CAD or other heart conditions.

    4. Fatty Liver Disease

    Fatty liver disease is a condition in which the liver has difficulty breaking down fats, which causes a buildup in the liver tissue. There are two types of fatty liver disease– alcoholic liver disease and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.

    As the name suggests, alcoholic liver disease is caused by excessive alcohol consumption. The exact cause of nonalcoholic disease, is not known yet.

    It usually runs in families. Fatty liver is described as when more than 10 percent of the liver is fat and the impaired liver functioning has occurred in someone who drinks little or no alcohol.

    During the initial stage, fatty liver disease usually does not cause any noticeable symptoms, rather the disease is harmless at this stage.

    Overtime, the fat that accumulates in the liver can cause inflammation and scarring. This leads to a more serious form of the disease.

    You may experience dull or aching pain in the top right of your abdomen as well as fatigue, loss of appetite and a general feeling of being unwell if you have a fatty liver.

    You are at a higher risk of suffering from this condition if you had gastric bypass surgery. Other risk factors include high cholesterol, obesity, polycystic ovary syndrome, sleep apnea, Type 2 diabetes, underactive thyroid and underactive pituitary gland.

    If you suspect you have a problem in your liver, consult your doctor. A simple blood test or ultrasound can help diagnose this problem at an early stage.

    5. Osteoporosis

    Osteoporosis is a disease that leads to bone deterioration, making them thin and brittle. It is also a “silent disease” that often has no symptoms in the early stages.

    Thus, the early stages of osteoporosis are difficult to detect and diagnose. On top of that, this disease can strike at any age.

    Often, the first sign is a painful bone fracture. A few signs of osteoporosis are loss of height over time, back pain, a stooped posture and bone fractures that occur even due to a minor fall.

    Risk factors include being female, post-menopausal and being of Caucasian or Asian descent. Other risk factors include family history, poor diet, lack of exercise, smoking, certain medications, and a small-boned frame.

    If you are at risk for osteoporosis, consult your doctor about having a bone mineral density test. To prevent osteoporosis, you should do regular exercise, eat healthy foods (especially calcium and vitamin D-rich foods), limit alcohol consumption and avoid smoking.

    6. Colon Cancer

    Colon cancer is also a common silent killer. It is the third most common cancer in the U.S., with thousands of people diagnosed each year.

    A tumor in the rectum or colon rarely develops overnight. It often starts as a small growth known as a polyp. Most of these polyps are noncancerous, but when ignored or left untreated, some of them can turn cancerous after a few years.

    Early detection and removal of cancerous cells in the colon can cure the cancer in 90 percent of cases. But the key is to have colorectal screenings done at regular intervals to detect polyps and get them removed.

    Although colon cancer won’t give you early warning signs, if you notice more constipation, diarrhea, blood in your stool, unusual gas or abdominal pain, low blood count, unexplained weight loss, vomiting and fatigue, get a simple checkup done to address the cause of the problem and potentially save your life.

    7. Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer

    Nonmelanoma skin cancer develops slowly in the upper layers of your skin due to overexposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun or sources of indoor tanning, such as tanning beds and sunlamps.

    A family history of this cancer, pale skin that burns easily, and a large number of moles or freckles may increase your risk. Men and people over 40 years of age are at even higher risk.

    Usually a red lump or scaly patch on your skin that doesn’t heal even after a few weeks is the first sign of nonmelanoma skin cancer.

    Consult your doctor if you see any skin abnormality that hasn’t healed after four weeks. The specialist may perform a biopsy to confirm whether it’s cancerous.

    You should avoid overexposure to UV light, sunlamps and tanning beds, use a sunscreen, limit going out in sun during peak hours, and get regular checkups of your skin to reduce your risk of nonmelanoma skin cancer.

    8. Chagas

    Chagas disease, or American trypanosomiasis, is a parasitic disease affecting 10 million people worldwide. It is caused when bitten by a bug known as the ‘kissing’ bug that carries the parasite Trypanosoma cruzi.

    In the initial stage of this disease, there are usually no symptoms even though a high number of parasites are circulating in your blood.

    In less than 50 percent of the people, the first visible signs are a sore (where the parasite has entered the body), eyelid swelling (if the parasite has entered through the eye), fever, fatigue, body aches, headaches, swollen glands, loss of appetite, nausea, and vomiting.

    When the disease becomes chronic, it causes severe cardiovascular and gastrointestinal problems that can even lead to death.

    Factors that increase your risk of getting Chagas disease include living in an area having these deadly bugs, such as rural areas of Central America, South America and Mexico and receiving a blood transfusion from an infected person.

    If you have symptoms of Chagas disease, consult your doctor. A simple blood test can confirm the presence of the deadly bugs and timely treatment can save your life.

    9. Hepatitis

    Hepatitis refers to an inflammatory condition of the liver and is a viral infection that affects thousands of people globally. Different hepatotropic viruses cause different types of this disease, including hepatitis A, B, C, D and E.

    Hepatitis A and E are caused by eating contaminated food or drinking contaminated water. Hepatitis B, C and D are contracted through transfusions of contaminated blood, sexual contact and during childbirth.

    Hepatitis can also be caused by excessive alcohol consumption and autoimmune diseases.

    The virus may be present in the body for several years without causing any symptoms. However, it may cause symptoms like fatigue, muscle aches, jaundice, pale stools, low-grade fever, vomiting and diarrhea. If you have any of these symptoms, consult your doctor for a simple blood test or liver biopsy to check for hepatitis.

    If you are at a high risk of hepatitis, ask your doctor about getting a hepatitis vaccination.

    10. Cervical Cancer

    According to the World Health Organization, cervical cancer is the fourth most common cancer and cause of cancer mortality in women, especially in developing countries.

    This cancer occurs in the cells of the cervix, and usually causes no symptoms during its early stages. If not diagnosed on time, the cancer soon spreads to the bladder, liver, intestines or lungs. At later stages, one may experience pelvic pain or vaginal bleeding.

    Cervical cancer is caused by human papillomavirus (HPV), which spreads through sexual contact. In most cases, a women’s natural immune system is able to fight this infection. But certain types of HPV may lead to cervical cancer.

    Women who smoke, have multiple sex partners, have many children, are overweight, use birth control pills for a long period or are infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) are athigher risk of developing cervical cancer.

    Usually normal cells in the cervix take several years to turn into cancer cells. So, if you experience even mild symptoms, consult your doctor about getting a Pap smear test. It is very effective in screening for cervical cancer.

    source : top10homeremedies

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  • This Is Why You Should Never Drink Water With Ice

    Never order water with ice when eating out somewhere. There are reasons why iced water should not be drunk.

    Just think what will happen to your body and skin if you dive in a mountain lake whose top ice layer has just defrosted. Even if the temperature outside is pleasant, you know that the lake is still extremely cold.

    The pores on your skin open and the skin becomes loose in a contact with warm water. On the other side, if your skin gets in touch with cold water the pores close and the skin constricts. Iced water does the same to the digestive system.

     Consequences of drinking cold water

    • Iced water shrinks the blood vessels in the digestive tract. The digestive system becomes restricted and there is no hydration.
    • Your body spends energy to regulate the temperature after you drink cold water, so the digestive tract has no energy to digest the food and absorb the nutrients. Water loss also happens.
    • Excess mucus is created inside of the body when drinking iced water after eating. This affects the proper function of the immune system and the chances of catching a cold or some other illness increase.
    • Drinking cold water and other beverages while eating or after eating can make you fat. The body has no ability to digest the unnecessary fats so they remain in the body.

    Even though some people believe that cold water promotes the function of the digestive tract and it can burn more calories, this is not true. Our digestive system should work as easy as possible. We should not overload it with work.

    Warm water benefits

    Here are the benefits of drinking room temperature water or even warmer water:

    • Faster hydration
    • Digestion enhancement since there is a stimulation of the digestive enzymes
    • Easier food break down
    • Improved movement through the bowels (drink a mix of warm water and lemon in the morning)
    • Purification of the blood
    • Improvement of the natural detoxification through the lymphatic system, skin and kidneys
    You will notice the benefits of drinking warm water when you get used to it. Even the sugar cravings may disappear.

     source : http://choosehealthylife.com/

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