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Keto Diet: Bacon Cheeseburger Casserole

Keto Diet: Bacon Cheeseburger Casserole Enjoy all the flavours of a cheeseburger in this delicious low-carb comfort dinner. No burger buns needed! Full recipe is at: http://bit.ly/BaconCheeseburgerCasserole Ingredients (makes 6 servings): 2 tbsp ghee (30 g/ 1.1 oz) 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 medium onion, sliced (110 g/ 3.9 oz) 1.1 lb ground beef (500 g) 1 cup sliced pickled cucumbers (142 g/ 5 oz) 1 tbsp Dijon mustard (15 g/ 0.5 oz) 2 tbsp sugar-free ketchup or tomato paste (30 g/ 1.1 oz) 7 oz canned chopped tomatoes (200 g) ¾ cup almond flour (75 g/ 2.7 oz) 2 cups grated cheddar (225/ 8 oz) 2 tbsp chopped parsley 3 large eggs ½ cup heavy whipping cream (120 ml/ 4 fl oz) ½ tsp salt ¼ tsp black pepper 5-6 thick-cut bacon slices or 10-12 thin-cut bacon slices (180 g/ 6.4 oz) Nutrition facts per serving: Total carbs: 8.3 g Net carbs: 2.4 g Protein: 34.7 g Fat: 58.3 g Energy: 697 kcal (calories) Carbs (3%) : Protein (20%) : Fat (77%) 4

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Limani

Limani http://tlinks.net/c105521f123p1460 Limani, a Mediterranean seafood restaurant focusing on traditional Greek specialties. We have come across a plethora of products that allows the Mediterranean diet to take its rightful place in the culinary landscape. Whether it is the premium first-pressed, cold-pressed olive oil from the Kalamata, jewels of fish and seafood, or local organic vegetables, to special items such as the capers from Santorini or the Saffron from Kozani you will find it at Limani. 7860 David Szesztay – Joy Of Youth 4.5

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News Techcology – Can a £59 DNA kit tell you which diet will really work?

News Techcology – Can a £59 DNA kit tell you which diet will really work? News Techcology – Can a £59 DNA kit tell you which diet will really work? If you’ve been staring forlornly at the scales and wondering why that new year diet hasn’t done the trick, help may be at hand.A high street DNA test is claiming it can tell you which diet is most likely to be successful – based on your genetic make-up.The test, which goes on sale today, checks for seven genes linked to body shape, the ability to lose and gain weight, fat storage and the risk of having high cholesterol levels.Slimmers are then recommended one of 180 diet variations according to their genetic profile. But unfortunately, it’s still up to you to provide the willpower to follow it.At £59, the myDNA test is relatively affordable compared to rivals which start at around £120.Each testing pack contains a small cheek swabbing brush which picks up DNA. This is sealed into pre-paid packaging and sent to a laboratory in Melbourne, Australia, where the company is based.DNA is not affected by travel or temperature change, and can be tested up to a year after a sample is taken. A week to ten days after posting, users can access their results, diet recommendations and suggested meal plans online.The diets are based on variations of six common regimes including high protein, high fat, high omega-3 and Mediterranean, tailored to their genetic profile. For example, certain expressions of the FTO gene – linked to the regulation of appetite – mean someone is more prone to snacking, but evidence suggests this could be offset by a high protein diet.Some studies have suggested a genetically tailored regime can increase weight loss by as much as 40 per cent compared to a generic diet. And Harvard researchers who reviewed existing studies in 2014 found ‘preliminary but promising’ evidence suggesting diets tailored to genes could be more successful.But other scientists are unconvinced. Professor Bill Newman, who specialises in translational genomic medicine at Manchester University, said: ‘I am very wary of the evidence regarding these tests. I do not know of any robust studies that indicate their clinical utility and certainly would not recommend them. They are not approved on the NHS as they do not meet the benchmark for clinical use.’Genetics writer Dr Kat Arney, author of How To Code A Human, said: ‘The scientific evidence that, for anybody with a particular genotype, following one diet will be any better than any other has not yet been proven.’I would treat a test like this as a gimmick – but if it encourages people to learn more about their genes and motivates them to live a healthier lifestyle then that is good.’The myDNA test will be sold in LloydsPharmacy. It has been available in Australia for around a year and recently launched in Canada. Dr Lior Rauchberger, myDNA’s chief executive said: ‘The whole idea is to enable you to make a better informed(…)

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12 Foods to reduce high blood pressure naturally | Natural Treatment & Home Remedies

12 Foods to reduce high blood pressure naturally | Natural Treatment & Home Remedies 12 Foods to reduce high blood pressure naturally At present, every three people in the world have a person suffering from high blood pressure, if you are one of them, then you should understand that lowering blood pressure is not difficult, just do some simple diet adjustment. In addition to maintaining healthy lifestyle habits, such as non-smoking, regular exercise, weight loss, eating fruits and vegetables at least 5 days a week, and drinking less alcohol 1.SHU diet (DASH Diet) A diet that specializes in resisting hypertension, based on a healthy Mediterranean diet, including olive oil, garlic, fruits, vegetables, nuts and low-fat dairy products. Protein intake comes mainly from white meats (fish and chickens) rather than red meat, while severely restricting the uptake of salt, saturated fats, cholesterol, sugar and refined carbohydrates. Follow the minimum sodium comfort diet, the blood pressure can be reduced significantly in days. 2. Tomatoes Tomatoes are loaded with lycopene , that has been shown to help reduce blood pressure . An Australian research found that by getting at least 25 mg of lycopene in your daily diet, you can lower your LDL ( the ‘bad’ cholesterol ) by around 10 percent . 3. Bananas The Banana is rich in potassium, which is known to help with reducing blood pressure. Studies have shown that daily banana intake, can help lower blood pressure. One study in particular said just two bananas a day can lower your blood pressure by 10 percent! 4. flaxseed Hypertensive patients taking flaxseed, either sprinkled on food or added to smoothies lower blood pressure effect is even more significant, up to 15/7 mm Hg. 5.beetroot juice Drink 250 ml of beet root juice every day, or eat 100 grams of ripe beet root, can reduce blood pressure 7.7/5.2 millimeters Hg, better than some antihypertensive drugs effect. 6.Eat less potatoes If you eat more than four potatoes a week, the risk of high blood pressure increases significantly: in particular, compared to people who eat less than one potato in one months. 7.Grinna Pandanuo cheese Grana Padano cheese is a type of hard-cheese Italian, similar to Parmesan cheese. The specific probiotic strains used to produce this cheese will release substances similar to the antihypertensive ACE inhibitors. Eat 30 grams of delicious Grinna Patano cheese every day for two consecutive months, lowering blood pressure by 12/8 mm Hg. 8.Yogurt A study of 275,000 women nurses and 50,000 male health workers found that people who eat yogurt five or more times a week have a 1/4 lower risk of developing hypertension than those who do not. 9. Coconut milk Coconut water is an excellent source of blood pressure-lowering electrolytes such as calcium and magnesium. Drinking coconut milk daily, even for two weeks, can significantly lower blood pressure. 10.Black garlic Eating two or three cloves of garlic a day may not help to expand the social circle, but it can greatly reduce your blood pressure(…)

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fox news – Can a £59 DNA kit tell you which diet will really work?

fox news – Can a £59 DNA kit tell you which diet will really work? fox news – Can a £59 DNA kit tell you which diet will really work? If you’ve been staring forlornly at the scales and wondering why that new year diet hasn’t done the trick, help may be at hand.A high street DNA test is claiming it can tell you which diet is most likely to be successful – based on your genetic make-up.The test, which goes on sale today, checks for seven genes linked to body shape, the ability to lose and gain weight, fat storage and the risk of having high cholesterol levels.Slimmers are then recommended one of 180 diet variations according to their genetic profile. But unfortunately, it’s still up to you to provide the willpower to follow it.At £59, the myDNA test is relatively affordable compared to rivals which start at around £120.Each testing pack contains a small cheek swabbing brush which picks up DNA. This is sealed into pre-paid packaging and sent to a laboratory in Melbourne, Australia, where the company is based.DNA is not affected by travel or temperature change, and can be tested up to a year after a sample is taken. A week to ten days after posting, users can access their results, diet recommendations and suggested meal plans online.The diets are based on variations of six common regimes including high protein, high fat, high omega-3 and Mediterranean, tailored to their genetic profile. For example, certain expressions of the FTO gene – linked to the regulation of appetite – mean someone is more prone to snacking, but evidence suggests this could be offset by a high protein diet.Some studies have suggested a genetically tailored regime can increase weight loss by as much as 40 per cent compared to a generic diet. And Harvard researchers who reviewed existing studies in 2014 found ‘preliminary but promising’ evidence suggesting diets tailored to genes could be more successful.But other scientists are unconvinced. Professor Bill Newman, who specialises in translational genomic medicine at Manchester University, said: ‘I am very wary of the evidence regarding these tests. I do not know of any robust studies that indicate their clinical utility and certainly would not recommend them. They are not approved on the NHS as they do not meet the benchmark for clinical use.’Genetics writer Dr Kat Arney, author of How To Code A Human, said: ‘The scientific evidence that, for anybody with a particular genotype, following one diet will be any better than any other has not yet been proven.’I would treat a test like this as a gimmick – but if it encourages people to learn more about their genes and motivates them to live a healthier lifestyle then that is good.’The myDNA test will be sold in LloydsPharmacy. It has been available in Australia for around a year and recently launched in Canada. Dr Lior Rauchberger, myDNA’s chief executive said: ‘The whole idea is to enable you to make a better informed(…)

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Looking Deeper at Your Blood Tests – Dr. J Live Podcast #168

Looking Deeper at Your Blood Tests – Dr. J Live Podcast #168 Looking Deeper at Your Blood Tests – Dr. J Live Podcast #168 Get Show Updates Here: http://www.beyondwellnessradio.com/newsletter You-tube Podcast Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=justinhealth Your blood test results can tell you so much about your health. Let’s take a careful and in-depth analysis of this data. Today, we’re happy to have a chat with Dave Korsunsky, the founder Heads Up Health, a great web app that monitors your health to help you master the low-carb diet and improve your overall fitness. In today’s video, the two health experts talk about the blood and how it helps keep track of your body’s state. Learn how to monitor your blood sugar, maintain a low-carb diet, detect diseases via blood test result tracking, and more. Watch this video to learn how to maintain a healthy body naturally! Link to the products mentioned in the video: Adjustable Kettlebells: http://amzn.to/2DpAEIu TRX suspension trainer: http://amzn.to/2DlXUmq Push up bar: http://amzn.to/2EVyRqI Subscribe on I-Tunes: http://www.beyondwellnessradio.com/itunes Review us at: http://www.beyondwellnessradio.com/itunes Visit us at: http://www.beyondwellnessradio.com Have a question: http://www.beyondwellnessradio.com/question 4

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