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#100792 Weapon Foods for Loss Weight

Posted by fastfoodtome on 30 October 2012 - 02:11 AM

Hi everyone..............................

Want to boost your efforts to lose weight? To loss weight eat well and exercising, but if you want to power up your efforts, check out this diet chart of foods that do a little of the work for you.
Low Calorie Desserts
Hot Chile Peppers

#77481 How to manage your anger

Posted by Zelda on 26 June 2010 - 09:27 PM

Among human emotions considered normal we could count anger, too. Of couse, when I am saying "normal" I'm thinking at anger in some limits, because when getting out of control, it might become destructive and thus dysfunctional.
The quality of life is low for an angry person, and not olny for him/her but for those around him/her, too.
Many relationships have been destroyed by an angry person who could not control his/her emotions anymore.
How do you react when you're angry? How do you manage your anger?

#68651 What to avoid when eating out

Posted by karileighk on 24 December 2009 - 02:26 AM

If you are trying to lose weight there are a few things that you should avoid when you eat out.

Don't get the fries. Those are bad and high in carbs. Instead ask for vegetables or a salad and that goes even when you're at Mcd's.

Avoid having the bun. Many places will gladly fix a hamburger for you without the bun.

Don't nibble on the rolls that are laid out right before you eat. Some places do this and those rolls are high in carbs.

Instead of getting yourself chocolate for dessert try saving the salad for last and eating that as a dessert. Crazy, I know but if you're still hungry the salad will taste good.

Tell yourself that you are full after one plate. Don't focus on it much after that. Most of the time we are just nibbling after one portion and nibbles can add up.

#99523 A diet that works

Posted by JASPER on 25 August 2012 - 02:58 AM

I have been on a diet for three weeks.
It is so easy.
What you do is restrict yourself to a TOTAL of just 500 calories a day every other day.
The otther days you eat what you want - yes even chocolate!
You will find that you wont want to go mad on the "eating days" and you will lose about 1lb for each day you keep to just 500 calories.

So far I have lost 9lbs.

#81391 hii

Posted by brainadames on 14 October 2010 - 01:44 AM

We just moved from Texas to New York and are still feeling our way around. We miss our family doctor and don’t have any idea how to find the right physician here. My wife suffers from High blood pressure and my younger son has diabetes so they need constant monitoring. I am basically looking in NY area. A colleague suggested Walk in Clinic NYC but frankly, I have no idea what kind of doctors and services I can expect from there. Does it actually mean that I can walk in at a short notice without any prior appointment? or is there any appointment form on the website?If yes can i get the website

#85171 Memory Loss

Posted by eveadam on 09 March 2011 - 01:50 PM

Memory loss


Factors like alcohol and certain drugs, can also affect brain functionality resulting in memory loss. Diseases like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and amnesia are major contributors of memory loss. Certain cancer treating drugs and chemotherapy may also result in memory loss. Stress and serious brain injuries may also result in loss of memory. Conditions like lack of oxygen supply to brain, bipolar disorder, forgetting an important incident in life, open heart bypass surgery, migraine, and vitamin B12 deficiency may also result in short or long term memory loss.


Forgetting the dates and time, places and incidents, friends and relatives and family members, fumbling to do a well-known chore, forgetting to finish the errands, getting lost and wandering in unknown places are few symptoms of memory loss. The condition varies for individuals. The severity of the condition depends on the cause of the problem.


Prevention is better than cure. Accidents cannot be anticipated but can be prevented. Major cause of memory loss is due to head injuries and shock due to injuries or loss. Make it a habit to wear your headgear while riding bikes and seatbelts while driving or traveling in the car.

Excess stress and depression can result in brain malfunction. So keep your mind relaxed and brain functional. Eat nutritious food to keep a healthy mind and body. High blood pressure triggers risk of strokes and may result in memory loss as well. Eradicate the reasons for high blood pressure by quitting smoking and alcohol. Follow some exercise routine to have blood pressure under control.

As per the saying, ‘Idle mind is devil’s workshop’, inactive minds will start imagining things and forget the real world around them. Keep your brain active by doing some activities like solving puzzles or playing memory games. Mingling with the people is another preventive measure for memory loss as your mind and body is active.


Memory loss can be treated when the cause of the problem is cured. Mild memory loss can be cured by changing the lifestyle. Aging related memory loss cannot be treated but can be controlled by following the preventive measures. Sound sleep with relaxed mind along with healthy food can also help in curing memory loss. Above all, support from the family members plays a vital role in handling the patient’s mental state carefully.

#63782 Inspiration

Posted by Fabio Cuffaro on 25 February 2009 - 09:58 AM

To be inspired is something that we don't sometimes look for but looking for it on a daily basis can help you appreciate your life a little more. We take many things for granted - I know I do. Here's a video that I found that may inspire you too.


#68998 Exercise Vs Food

Posted by karileighk on 02 January 2010 - 03:59 AM

What do you think is more important in a diet? Working out, or just watching your food? I know that some people say that you don't need to work out and still lose weight. However, I have found out that working out helps me lose around five pds or so more in a couple of weeks.

#66254 Is there any way to put on weight?

Posted by jr_sci on 25 September 2009 - 04:02 AM

I am thin. I weight almost 57 Kg and I am 6 feet tall. I am 20 years old. I think I am really underweight. Is there anything I can do to put on some weight?

Will exercise help to gain weight? Or eating chips and other junk foods shall help me gain some weight. I am in really confused.

#99522 Food for thought?

Posted by JASPER on 25 August 2012 - 02:52 AM

The US Institute of Medicine estimates the annual cost of OBESITY-related illness is $190bn - $600 per US citizen.
Diabetes treatments account for 10% of all US healthcare spending. $1 in every $10 spent on healthcare.

So enjoy your double whammy whopper 1/4 pounder cheeseburger with extra mayo, large fries, super gulper "soda" and banana split with double cream while you can still fit through the restaurant door!

#67728 Organic Shampoo Trends Are Growing

Posted by Seo Writer on 04 December 2009 - 10:08 PM

I have noticed that a lot of companies are trying to create an organic shampoo line of products to promote to health conscious consumers. I was wondering what everyone's opinion is on this topic as I have read a lot about organc shampoo on http://organicshampoostore.com and it seems that the shampoo I am using right now is not good for me, so I wanted to know if I was going to croak tomorrow if I keep using the same shampoo or if I should make the switch to organic shampoos.

#69179 No To Chocolate Is NOT easy!

Posted by karileighk on 07 January 2010 - 04:26 PM

Argh!! I am trying to lose weight but I love chocolate. I mean what woman doesn't? Ok, some don't but still lol. I am not sure what to do about the chocolate cravings I get. I fear that it might be delaying me losing weight though I don't eat a lot of it. Are there any suggestions and ideas of how I can overcome this chocolate kick?

#52012 Smoking?

Posted by michelle on 19 May 2007 - 06:27 PM

NeO, I was just wondering are you smoking again or are you and Trinity still smoke free?
Who here smokes?
Who is a former smoker?
Anyone never smoke?
I started smoking at about 12-13 quit when I was 22 (preggers) started again at 25. I quit for good at 28. I'll be 32 next month. I'm 4 years smoke free as of January '07.

#76870 Importance of aerobic exercises

Posted by coolman on 20 June 2010 - 08:44 AM

Aerobic exercises include swimming, brisk walking, running, jogging and the like. The performance of aerobic exercises make the heart pump more blood proportionate to the quanitity of oxygen required. This enables the heart to be hale and healthy.

#81635 Is it good to eat out?

Posted by coolman on 21 October 2010 - 07:13 AM

Doctors always ask us to guard against eating out. Is it to follow strictly? If so it is so difficult to control the taste buds!!!

#88857 Restylane Facial

Posted by amandaangelic on 01 August 2011 - 01:49 AM

Can anybody have an idea about Restylane Facial?

#86073 How to quit smoking?

Posted by sidharthbanyal on 18 April 2011 - 10:07 PM

Is there a way to quit smoking. I have seen lot of people smoke but they want to quit. Please share your experience.

#95568 Super-human Brain Technology Sparks Ethics Debate

Posted by santra on 01 March 2012 - 04:25 AM

A British ethics group has launched a debate on the ethical dilemmas posed by new technologies that tap into the brain and could bring super-human strength, highly enhanced concentration or thought-controlled weaponry. More

#102242 Digital Point Makeover

Posted by Fabio Cuffaro on 24 January 2013 - 08:42 AM

I just visited Digital Point as I do on occasion and was shocked at the design overhaul. There's always an adjustment period when things change, but this one is hard to get used to. Have you seen it? What d you think?

#104957 Results of UN food survey

Posted by JASPER on 15 October 2013 - 03:46 AM

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