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Does Diabetes Control Affect the Blood Lipid Levels?
 
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Learn about diabetes lipids, lipid control, and diabetes lipid goals. MDs answer your diabetes questions.
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lipid profile
 
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november 7, 2011
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What Is Diabetes Cholesterol and LDL?
 
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Learn about diabetes cholesterol and LDL. MDs answer your diabetes questions.
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What Do Cholesterol Levels Mean for Diabetics?
 
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Learn about diabetes cholesterol levels. MDs answer your diabetes questions.
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How Can Diabetics Lower LDL Cholesterol?
 
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Learn how to lower LDL cholesterol levels in diabetics. MDs answer your diabetes questions.
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LIPID PROFILE.mp4
 
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Dr. Milady Murhpy talks about heart health and the importance of your blood lipid profile.
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How to Reduce Bad Cholesterol
 
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Watch more Healthy Eating videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/432350-How-to-Reduce-Bad-Cholesterol A little attention to detail never hurt anyone and may have benefits if it involves monitoring what you put in your body. Reduce your bad cholesterol through simple disciplined measures that are proven to help. Step 1: Disrupt fat with exercise Use exercise to naturally disrupt the metabolism of fat. Eating less helps, but excess body fat will keep cholesterol up until you actually lose pounds by breaking a sweat. Moderate walking and workouts five days a week can raise good cholesterol by 10 percent. Tip The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health suggests everyone 20 and over should check their levels of bad cholesterol every five years. Step 2: Relax and reflect Relax and reflect periodically, rather than give in to the high tension that constricts arteries and raises blood pressure. If you're constantly stressing out, consider making some long-term changes that will eliminate some of your stres for good. Step 3: Get good greens Drink green tea, full of compounds that can help lower bad cholesterol. Eat leafy greens as well, for soluble fiber that sponges up cholesterol in the digestive tract. Step 4: Consume nuts Consume nuts instead of cheese, meat, or croutons in salads. According to the Food and Drug Administration, a daily handful of 42.5 grams of nuts may reduce cholesterol and the risk of heart disease. Step 5: Substitute fish Substitute meat with fish twice or three times weekly. Consuming fish can profoundly lower cholesterol and triglycerides. Step 6: Choose smart fats Select smart fats for your diet, substituting canola or olive oils for vegetable oil, butter, margarine, lard, or shortening. It's not merely fats, but the kind of fats you eat, that make the difference. Tip Eggs do not drastically increase cholesterol. Step 7: Take drugs to lower cholesterol Take a cholesterol-lowering drug if you have evident cardiovascular risks. Beforehand, consider alternatives like niacin, bile acid resins, and fibrates. Step 8: Commit to win Resolve to make changes, and live a healthy lifestyle. It's your life -- only you can make the changes to lower your bad cholesterol. Did You Know? In 2010, researchers identified nearly 100 gene variants possibly linked to as much as one third of hereditary factors influencing cholesterol production.
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Be Familiar With Keeping Triglycerides Levels in  Check
 
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Check out this great site on http://triglycerides-levels.net/ Are you interested in learning more about Triglycerides Levels? Make sure to read this article to find out how!
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Are Normal Triglycerides Levels Really Safe?
 
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http://www.all-about-lowering-cholesterol.com/normal-triglycerides.html What are Normal triglycerides? Levels as recommended by your doctor may still be too high. Find out by watching this informative video on what should be your safe triglyceride levels.
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What role does adipose tissue play in the pathophysiology of type 2 diabetes?
 
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By Michael Jensen, MD, Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Department of Internal Medicine, Mayo Clinic and Foundation, Rochester, MN, USA.
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Cholesterol Medications and Its Side Effects
 
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http://www.all-about-lowering-cholesterol.com/cholesterol-medications.html This video discusses on cholesterol medications and their side effects on health. Know more on how to lower cholesterol by 14 percent without cholesterol medications and without side effects?
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High Cholesterol - LDL - Triglycerides - Joint
 
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Dealing with Diabetes: Hmong Profile
 
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Full documentary, "Dealing with Diabetes," available online: http://www.capradio.org/documentaries/dealingwithdiabetes.html
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Home Cholesterol Test (Total & HDL) Demonstration
 
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Demonstration video on the Suresign Cholesterol ++ Test which measures your total cholesterol and HDL (AKA Good Cholesterol) which can then be used to calculate your LDL levels (Bad Cholesterol) Available from Prevucare http://www.prevucare.co.uk/Cholesterol_test_plus_p/scho105.htm This test is very easy to use and just requires a pin prick of blood from your finger and some patience!
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Cholesterol-Doctor Live June22, Part 2
 
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Cholesterol is a waxy steroid of fat that is manufactured in the liver or intestines.
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Should Kids Get Cholesterol Test?
 
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How to find A Miracle For Weight Loss
 
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http://www.SaturdayMorningDiet.com How to find A Miracle For Weight Loss Need a Miracle for Weight Loss and get rid of the fat? Meet the Miracle Noodle Shirataki Noodles made with Konjac Root Fiber * made of naturally water soluble fiber with no fat, sugar, or starch. * contain zero net carbohydrates and zero calories, no gluten -made of a healthy natural fiber called "Glucomannan". * wheat & gluten free and kosher. Konjac root fiber is a soluble fiber and offers health-promoting benefits through its ability to form a soft gel with water. I also contains Glucommannan which research indicates it helps lower blood cholesterol, slow glucose absorption, lowers the glycemic index and promote regular bowel movements. It creates a feeling of fullness through it's water-binding effects. In addition to the numerous health benefits, eating lots of fiber-rich foods can help you lose weight. Fiber itself has no calories and is passed through your digestive system intact. However, because fiber absorbs water, it provides a "full" feeling. For example, eating an apple (which is rich in fiber) is more filling than drinking 4 ounces of apple juice, even though both forms contain an identical number of calories. Foods high in fiber also often require more chewing, which makes it more difficult for you to consume a large number of calories in a short period of time.* Easily absorbs the flavors of any soup, dish, or sauce. * are instant and come in a variety of styles * have shown beneficial effects backed by medical studies for Type II Diabetes, Constipation, Obesity, and Cholesterol! Glucomannan reportedly alleviates constipation, reduces intestinal flora, lowers blood sugar and cholesterol and may possibly promote weight loss and inhibit cancer. Glucomannan Dosing Clinical studies of glucomannan in diabetes, cholesterol control, and obesity have used doses of 2-13 g daily.An eight-week double-blind trial was conducted to test purified glucomannan fiber as a food supplement in 20 obese subjects. Glucomannan fiber (from konjac root) or placebo was given in 1-g doses (two 500 mg capsules) with 8 oz water, 1 hour prior to each of three meals per day. Subjects were instructed not to change their eating or exercise patterns. Results showed a significant mean weight loss (5.5 lbs) using glucomannan over an eight-week period. Serum cholesterol and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol were significantly reduced (21.7 and 15.0 mg/dl respectively) in the glucomannan treated group. No adverse reactions to glucomannan were reported. Glucomannan may be useful as a therapeutic adjunct for type 2 diabetes. It has been shown to improve the lipid profile and alleviate the fasting blood glucose levels of type 2 diabetics. Because fiber slows the emptying of the stomach, it can help people feel full and can help keep blood sugar more even. This is probably how glucomannan fiber helps with obesity and type 2 diabetes. Glucomannan can decrease blood sugar in people with type 2 diabetes. Diabetes medications are also used to lower blood sugar. Taking glucomannan along with diabetes medications might cause your blood sugar to go too low. Monitor your blood sugar closely. The dose of your diabetes medication might need to be changed. Potential health risk A health advisory states the following: "natural health products containing the ingredient glucomannan in tablet, capsule or powder form, which are currently on the market, have a potential for harm if taken without at least 8 ounces of water or other fluid. The risk includes choking and/or blockage of the throat, esophagus or intestine, according to international adverse reaction case reports. It is also important to note that these products should NOT be taken immediately before going to bed." Bill and Joan Loganeski have discovered a meal replacement you can make at home for very little money and when combined with our Saturday Morning Diet plan it will help you lose the weight. The Saturday Morning Diet channel is our educational and information channel to help you use lose weight in a healthy way. weight loss, exercise, free, meals, meal plan, diets, program, easy, healthy, foods, quick, rapid, diet, health, "weight loss"
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How Often Do I Check My Blood Sugar Once It's Well Controlled?
 
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Diabetes blood sugar testing and monitoring advice. Hundreds of diabetes videos.
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Cholesterol Basics and Raising HDL
 
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In this video we share some basic information on cholesterol and speak about some ways you can increase your HDL(good cholesterol). Please subscribe to our channel and website e-reports. You can take a look at our new ebook, Sexy Fit, at the following link. http://www.syerodriguez.com/www.syerodriguez.com/Sexy_Fit.html
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patogenesis de la diabetes
 
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http://www.piediabetico.ws PATOGENESIS DE LA DIABETES, expectativa de vida del paciente diabético, Nefropatiadiabetica, Retinopatiadiabetica,Vasculopatiadiabética, vasos sanguíneos, órgano blanco afectado, DIABETES Y DISLIPIDEMIA, LDL-C elevada, HDL-C disminuida, VLDL-C elevada, Triglicéridos elevados, APO B
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Surah Al-Adiyat (Those that run) By Sheikh Abu Bakr Ash Shatri
 
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Juz Amma (30th Chapter of the Noble Quran) Benefits of Fasting... one of the 5 pillars of Islam... Research suggests there are major health benefits to caloric restriction. Benefits include reduced risks of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, insulin resistance, immune disorders, and more generally, the slowing of the aging process, and the potential to increase maximum life span.[2] Besides these health benefits, research by Valter Longo has also uncovered a potential link between fasting and improved efficacy of chemotherapy. According to Dr. Mark P. Mattson, chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the US National Institute on Aging, fasting every other day (intermittent fasting) shows beneficial effects in mice as strong as those of caloric-restriction diets, and a small study conducted on humans at the University of Illinois at Chicago indicates the same results. According to the US National Academy of Sciences, other health benefits include stress resistance, increased insulin sensitivity, reduced morbidity, and increased life span. Long-term studies in humans have not been conducted. However, short-term human trials showed benefits in weight loss. According to the study conducted by Dr. Eric Ravussin, "Alternate-day fasting may be an alternative to prolonged diet restriction for increasing the life span". A team of cardiologists in the UAE found that people observing Ramadan, the Islamic fast, enjoy a positive effect on their lipid profile, which means there is a reduction of cholesterol in the blood, increased mental vigour and stamina, and gives your body the digestive organs and sexual organs a rest period. Also adherence to Eastern Orthodox fasting periods contributes to an improvement in the blood lipid profile, including a decrease in total and LDL cholesterol, and a decrease in the LDL to HDL cholesterol ratio. A statistically insignificant reduction in HDL cholesterol was also observed. These results suggest a possible positive impact on the obesity levels of individuals who adhere to these fasting periods. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-19112549 http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/feb/18/fasting-protect-brain-diseases-scientists Fasting for regular periods could help protect the brain against degenerative illnesses, according to US scientists.
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Surah Abasa (He frowned) by Sheikh Abu Ash Bakr Shatri
 
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Juz Amma (30th Chapter of the Noble Quran) Benefits of Fasting... one of the 5 pillars of Islam... Research suggests there are major health benefits to caloric restriction. Benefits include reduced risks of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, insulin resistance, immune disorders, and more generally, the slowing of the aging process, and the potential to increase maximum life span.[2] Besides these health benefits, research by Valter Longo has also uncovered a potential link between fasting and improved efficacy of chemotherapy. According to Dr. Mark P. Mattson, chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the US National Institute on Aging, fasting every other day (intermittent fasting) shows beneficial effects in mice as strong as those of caloric-restriction diets, and a small study conducted on humans at the University of Illinois at Chicago indicates the same results. According to the US National Academy of Sciences, other health benefits include stress resistance, increased insulin sensitivity, reduced morbidity, and increased life span. Long-term studies in humans have not been conducted. However, short-term human trials showed benefits in weight loss. According to the study conducted by Dr. Eric Ravussin, "Alternate-day fasting may be an alternative to prolonged diet restriction for increasing the life span". A team of cardiologists in the UAE found that people observing Ramadan, the Islamic fast, enjoy a positive effect on their lipid profile, which means there is a reduction of cholesterol in the blood, increased mental vigour and stamina, and gives your body the digestive organs and sexual organs a rest period. Also adherence to Eastern Orthodox fasting periods contributes to an improvement in the blood lipid profile, including a decrease in total and LDL cholesterol, and a decrease in the LDL to HDL cholesterol ratio. A statistically insignificant reduction in HDL cholesterol was also observed. These results suggest a possible positive impact on the obesity levels of individuals who adhere to these fasting periods. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-19112549 http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/feb/18/fasting-protect-brain-diseases-scientists Fasting for regular periods could help protect the brain against degenerative illnesses, according to US scientists.
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Surah Al-Mutaffifin (Those who deal in fraud) By Sheikh Abu Bakr Ash Shatri
 
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Juz Amma (30th Chapter of the Noble Quran) Benefits of Fasting... one of the 5 pillars of Islam... Research suggests there are major health benefits to caloric restriction. Benefits include reduced risks of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, insulin resistance, immune disorders, and more generally, the slowing of the aging process, and the potential to increase maximum life span.[2] Besides these health benefits, research by Valter Longo has also uncovered a potential link between fasting and improved efficacy of chemotherapy. According to Dr. Mark P. Mattson, chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the US National Institute on Aging, fasting every other day (intermittent fasting) shows beneficial effects in mice as strong as those of caloric-restriction diets, and a small study conducted on humans at the University of Illinois at Chicago indicates the same results. According to the US National Academy of Sciences, other health benefits include stress resistance, increased insulin sensitivity, reduced morbidity, and increased life span. Long-term studies in humans have not been conducted. However, short-term human trials showed benefits in weight loss. According to the study conducted by Dr. Eric Ravussin, "Alternate-day fasting may be an alternative to prolonged diet restriction for increasing the life span". A team of cardiologists in the UAE found that people observing Ramadan, the Islamic fast, enjoy a positive effect on their lipid profile, which means there is a reduction of cholesterol in the blood, increased mental vigour and stamina, and gives your body the digestive organs and sexual organs a rest period. Also adherence to Eastern Orthodox fasting periods contributes to an improvement in the blood lipid profile, including a decrease in total and LDL cholesterol, and a decrease in the LDL to HDL cholesterol ratio. A statistically insignificant reduction in HDL cholesterol was also observed. These results suggest a possible positive impact on the obesity levels of individuals who adhere to these fasting periods. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-19112549 http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/feb/18/fasting-protect-brain-diseases-scientists Fasting for regular periods could help protect the brain against degenerative illnesses, according to US scientists.
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Surah At-Tin (The Fig) By Sheikh Abu Bakr Ash Shatri
 
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Juz Amma (30th Chapter of the Noble Quran). Benefits of Fasting... one of the 5 pillars of Islam... Research suggests there are major health benefits to caloric restriction. Benefits include reduced risks of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, insulin resistance, immune disorders, and more generally, the slowing of the aging process, and the potential to increase maximum life span.[2] Besides these health benefits, research by Valter Longo has also uncovered a potential link between fasting and improved efficacy of chemotherapy. According to Dr. Mark P. Mattson, chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the US National Institute on Aging, fasting every other day (intermittent fasting) shows beneficial effects in mice as strong as those of caloric-restriction diets, and a small study conducted on humans at the University of Illinois at Chicago indicates the same results. According to the US National Academy of Sciences, other health benefits include stress resistance, increased insulin sensitivity, reduced morbidity, and increased life span. Long-term studies in humans have not been conducted. However, short-term human trials showed benefits in weight loss. According to the study conducted by Dr. Eric Ravussin, "Alternate-day fasting may be an alternative to prolonged diet restriction for increasing the life span". A team of cardiologists in the UAE found that people observing Ramadan, the Islamic fast, enjoy a positive effect on their lipid profile, which means there is a reduction of cholesterol in the blood, increased mental vigour and stamina, and gives your body the digestive organs and sexual organs a rest period. Also adherence to Eastern Orthodox fasting periods contributes to an improvement in the blood lipid profile, including a decrease in total and LDL cholesterol, and a decrease in the LDL to HDL cholesterol ratio. A statistically insignificant reduction in HDL cholesterol was also observed. These results suggest a possible positive impact on the obesity levels of individuals who adhere to these fasting periods. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-19112549 http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/feb/18/fasting-protect-brain-diseases-scientists Fasting for regular periods could help protect the brain against degenerative illnesses, according to US scientists.
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Surah Al-Infitar (The Cleaving) By Sheikh Abu Bakr Shatri
 
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Juz Amma (30th Chapter of the Noble Quran) Benefits of Fasting... one of the 5 pillars of Islam... Research suggests there are major health benefits to caloric restriction. Benefits include reduced risks of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, insulin resistance, immune disorders, and more generally, the slowing of the aging process, and the potential to increase maximum life span.[2] Besides these health benefits, research by Valter Longo has also uncovered a potential link between fasting and improved efficacy of chemotherapy. According to Dr. Mark P. Mattson, chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the US National Institute on Aging, fasting every other day (intermittent fasting) shows beneficial effects in mice as strong as those of caloric-restriction diets, and a small study conducted on humans at the University of Illinois at Chicago indicates the same results. According to the US National Academy of Sciences, other health benefits include stress resistance, increased insulin sensitivity, reduced morbidity, and increased life span. Long-term studies in humans have not been conducted. However, short-term human trials showed benefits in weight loss. According to the study conducted by Dr. Eric Ravussin, "Alternate-day fasting may be an alternative to prolonged diet restriction for increasing the life span". A team of cardiologists in the UAE found that people observing Ramadan, the Islamic fast, enjoy a positive effect on their lipid profile, which means there is a reduction of cholesterol in the blood, increased mental vigour and stamina, and gives your body the digestive organs and sexual organs a rest period. Also adherence to Eastern Orthodox fasting periods contributes to an improvement in the blood lipid profile, including a decrease in total and LDL cholesterol, and a decrease in the LDL to HDL cholesterol ratio. A statistically insignificant reduction in HDL cholesterol was also observed. These results suggest a possible positive impact on the obesity levels of individuals who adhere to these fasting periods. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-19112549 http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/feb/18/fasting-protect-brain-diseases-scientists Fasting for regular periods could help protect the brain against degenerative illnesses, according to US scientists.
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Surah Ad-Duha (The forenoon - After Sunrise) By Sheikh Abu Bakr Ash Shatri
 
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Juz Amma (30th Chapter of the Noble Quran) Benefits of Fasting... one of the 5 pillars of Islam... Research suggests there are major health benefits to caloric restriction. Benefits include reduced risks of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, insulin resistance, immune disorders, and more generally, the slowing of the aging process, and the potential to increase maximum life span.[2] Besides these health benefits, research by Valter Longo has also uncovered a potential link between fasting and improved efficacy of chemotherapy. According to Dr. Mark P. Mattson, chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the US National Institute on Aging, fasting every other day (intermittent fasting) shows beneficial effects in mice as strong as those of caloric-restriction diets, and a small study conducted on humans at the University of Illinois at Chicago indicates the same results. According to the US National Academy of Sciences, other health benefits include stress resistance, increased insulin sensitivity, reduced morbidity, and increased life span. Long-term studies in humans have not been conducted. However, short-term human trials showed benefits in weight loss. According to the study conducted by Dr. Eric Ravussin, "Alternate-day fasting may be an alternative to prolonged diet restriction for increasing the life span". A team of cardiologists in the UAE found that people observing Ramadan, the Islamic fast, enjoy a positive effect on their lipid profile, which means there is a reduction of cholesterol in the blood, increased mental vigour and stamina, and gives your body the digestive organs and sexual organs a rest period. Also adherence to Eastern Orthodox fasting periods contributes to an improvement in the blood lipid profile, including a decrease in total and LDL cholesterol, and a decrease in the LDL to HDL cholesterol ratio. A statistically insignificant reduction in HDL cholesterol was also observed. These results suggest a possible positive impact on the obesity levels of individuals who adhere to these fasting periods. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-19112549 http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/feb/18/fasting-protect-brain-diseases-scientists Fasting for regular periods could help protect the brain against degenerative illnesses, according to US scientists.
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Surah At-Tariq (The Night-Comer) By Sheikh Abu Bakr Ash Shatri
 
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Juz Amma (30th Chapter of the Noble Quran) Benefits of Fasting... one of the 5 pillars of Islam... Research suggests there are major health benefits to caloric restriction. Benefits include reduced risks of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, insulin resistance, immune disorders, and more generally, the slowing of the aging process, and the potential to increase maximum life span.[2] Besides these health benefits, research by Valter Longo has also uncovered a potential link between fasting and improved efficacy of chemotherapy. According to Dr. Mark P. Mattson, chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the US National Institute on Aging, fasting every other day (intermittent fasting) shows beneficial effects in mice as strong as those of caloric-restriction diets, and a small study conducted on humans at the University of Illinois at Chicago indicates the same results. According to the US National Academy of Sciences, other health benefits include stress resistance, increased insulin sensitivity, reduced morbidity, and increased life span. Long-term studies in humans have not been conducted. However, short-term human trials showed benefits in weight loss. According to the study conducted by Dr. Eric Ravussin, "Alternate-day fasting may be an alternative to prolonged diet restriction for increasing the life span". A team of cardiologists in the UAE found that people observing Ramadan, the Islamic fast, enjoy a positive effect on their lipid profile, which means there is a reduction of cholesterol in the blood, increased mental vigour and stamina, and gives your body the digestive organs and sexual organs a rest period. Also adherence to Eastern Orthodox fasting periods contributes to an improvement in the blood lipid profile, including a decrease in total and LDL cholesterol, and a decrease in the LDL to HDL cholesterol ratio. A statistically insignificant reduction in HDL cholesterol was also observed. These results suggest a possible positive impact on the obesity levels of individuals who adhere to these fasting periods. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-19112549 http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/feb/18/fasting-protect-brain-diseases-scientists Fasting for regular periods could help protect the brain against degenerative illnesses, according to US scientists.
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Surah Takwir (Winding round and losing its light) by Sheikh Abu Bakr Ash Shatri
 
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Juz Amma (30th Chapter of the Noble Quran) Benefits of Fasting... one of the 5 pillars of Islam... Research suggests there are major health benefits to caloric restriction. Benefits include reduced risks of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, insulin resistance, immune disorders, and more generally, the slowing of the aging process, and the potential to increase maximum life span.[2] Besides these health benefits, research by Valter Longo has also uncovered a potential link between fasting and improved efficacy of chemotherapy. According to Dr. Mark P. Mattson, chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the US National Institute on Aging, fasting every other day (intermittent fasting) shows beneficial effects in mice as strong as those of caloric-restriction diets, and a small study conducted on humans at the University of Illinois at Chicago indicates the same results. According to the US National Academy of Sciences, other health benefits include stress resistance, increased insulin sensitivity, reduced morbidity, and increased life span. Long-term studies in humans have not been conducted. However, short-term human trials showed benefits in weight loss. According to the study conducted by Dr. Eric Ravussin, "Alternate-day fasting may be an alternative to prolonged diet restriction for increasing the life span". A team of cardiologists in the UAE found that people observing Ramadan, the Islamic fast, enjoy a positive effect on their lipid profile, which means there is a reduction of cholesterol in the blood, increased mental vigour and stamina, and gives your body the digestive organs and sexual organs a rest period. Also adherence to Eastern Orthodox fasting periods contributes to an improvement in the blood lipid profile, including a decrease in total and LDL cholesterol, and a decrease in the LDL to HDL cholesterol ratio. A statistically insignificant reduction in HDL cholesterol was also observed. These results suggest a possible positive impact on the obesity levels of individuals who adhere to these fasting periods. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-19112549 http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/feb/18/fasting-protect-brain-diseases-scientists Fasting for regular periods could help protect the brain against degenerative illnesses, according to US scientists.
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Surah Al-Fil (The Elephant) By Sheikh Abu Bakr Ash Shatri
 
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Juz Amma (30th Chapter of the Noble Quran) Benefits of Fasting... one of the 5 pillars of Islam... Research suggests there are major health benefits to caloric restriction. Benefits include reduced risks of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, insulin resistance, immune disorders, and more generally, the slowing of the aging process, and the potential to increase maximum life span.[2] Besides these health benefits, research by Valter Longo has also uncovered a potential link between fasting and improved efficacy of chemotherapy. According to Dr. Mark P. Mattson, chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the US National Institute on Aging, fasting every other day (intermittent fasting) shows beneficial effects in mice as strong as those of caloric-restriction diets, and a small study conducted on humans at the University of Illinois at Chicago indicates the same results. According to the US National Academy of Sciences, other health benefits include stress resistance, increased insulin sensitivity, reduced morbidity, and increased life span. Long-term studies in humans have not been conducted. However, short-term human trials showed benefits in weight loss. According to the study conducted by Dr. Eric Ravussin, "Alternate-day fasting may be an alternative to prolonged diet restriction for increasing the life span". A team of cardiologists in the UAE found that people observing Ramadan, the Islamic fast, enjoy a positive effect on their lipid profile, which means there is a reduction of cholesterol in the blood, increased mental vigour and stamina, and gives your body the digestive organs and sexual organs a rest period. Also adherence to Eastern Orthodox fasting periods contributes to an improvement in the blood lipid profile, including a decrease in total and LDL cholesterol, and a decrease in the LDL to HDL cholesterol ratio. A statistically insignificant reduction in HDL cholesterol was also observed. These results suggest a possible positive impact on the obesity levels of individuals who adhere to these fasting periods. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-19112549 http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/feb/18/fasting-protect-brain-diseases-scientists Fasting for regular periods could help protect the brain against degenerative illnesses, according to US scientists.
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Surah Naba (The News) by Sheikh Abu Bakr Ash Shatri
 
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Juz Amma (30th Chapter of the Noble Quran) Benefits of Fasting... one of the 5 pillars of Islam... Research suggests there are major health benefits to caloric restriction. Benefits include reduced risks of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, insulin resistance, immune disorders, and more generally, the slowing of the aging process, and the potential to increase maximum life span.[2] Besides these health benefits, research by Valter Longo has also uncovered a potential link between fasting and improved efficacy of chemotherapy. According to Dr. Mark P. Mattson, chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the US National Institute on Aging, fasting every other day (intermittent fasting) shows beneficial effects in mice as strong as those of caloric-restriction diets, and a small study conducted on humans at the University of Illinois at Chicago indicates the same results. According to the US National Academy of Sciences, other health benefits include stress resistance, increased insulin sensitivity, reduced morbidity, and increased life span. Long-term studies in humans have not been conducted. However, short-term human trials showed benefits in weight loss. According to the study conducted by Dr. Eric Ravussin, "Alternate-day fasting may be an alternative to prolonged diet restriction for increasing the life span". A team of cardiologists in the UAE found that people observing Ramadan, the Islamic fast, enjoy a positive effect on their lipid profile, which means there is a reduction of cholesterol in the blood, increased mental vigour and stamina, and gives your body the digestive organs and sexual organs a rest period. Also adherence to Eastern Orthodox fasting periods contributes to an improvement in the blood lipid profile, including a decrease in total and LDL cholesterol, and a decrease in the LDL to HDL cholesterol ratio. A statistically insignificant reduction in HDL cholesterol was also observed. These results suggest a possible positive impact on the obesity levels of individuals who adhere to these fasting periods. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-19112549 http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/feb/18/fasting-protect-brain-diseases-scientists Fasting for regular periods could help protect the brain against degenerative illnesses, according to US scientists.
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Surah Al-Humazah (The Slanderer) By Sheikh Abu Bakr Ash Shatri
 
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Juz Amma (30th Chapter of the Noble Quran) Benefits of Fasting... one of the 5 pillars of Islam... Research suggests there are major health benefits to caloric restriction. Benefits include reduced risks of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, insulin resistance, immune disorders, and more generally, the slowing of the aging process, and the potential to increase maximum life span.[2] Besides these health benefits, research by Valter Longo has also uncovered a potential link between fasting and improved efficacy of chemotherapy. According to Dr. Mark P. Mattson, chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the US National Institute on Aging, fasting every other day (intermittent fasting) shows beneficial effects in mice as strong as those of caloric-restriction diets, and a small study conducted on humans at the University of Illinois at Chicago indicates the same results. According to the US National Academy of Sciences, other health benefits include stress resistance, increased insulin sensitivity, reduced morbidity, and increased life span. Long-term studies in humans have not been conducted. However, short-term human trials showed benefits in weight loss. According to the study conducted by Dr. Eric Ravussin, "Alternate-day fasting may be an alternative to prolonged diet restriction for increasing the life span". A team of cardiologists in the UAE found that people observing Ramadan, the Islamic fast, enjoy a positive effect on their lipid profile, which means there is a reduction of cholesterol in the blood, increased mental vigour and stamina, and gives your body the digestive organs and sexual organs a rest period. Also adherence to Eastern Orthodox fasting periods contributes to an improvement in the blood lipid profile, including a decrease in total and LDL cholesterol, and a decrease in the LDL to HDL cholesterol ratio. A statistically insignificant reduction in HDL cholesterol was also observed. These results suggest a possible positive impact on the obesity levels of individuals who adhere to these fasting periods. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-19112549 http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/feb/18/fasting-protect-brain-diseases-scientists Fasting for regular periods could help protect the brain against degenerative illnesses, according to US scientists.
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Surah Az-Zalzalah (The Earthquake) By Sheikh Abu Bakr Ash Shatri
 
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Juz Amma (30th Chapter of the Noble Quran) Benefits of Fasting... one of the 5 pillars of Islam... Research suggests there are major health benefits to caloric restriction. Benefits include reduced risks of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, insulin resistance, immune disorders, and more generally, the slowing of the aging process, and the potential to increase maximum life span.[2] Besides these health benefits, research by Valter Longo has also uncovered a potential link between fasting and improved efficacy of chemotherapy. According to Dr. Mark P. Mattson, chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the US National Institute on Aging, fasting every other day (intermittent fasting) shows beneficial effects in mice as strong as those of caloric-restriction diets, and a small study conducted on humans at the University of Illinois at Chicago indicates the same results. According to the US National Academy of Sciences, other health benefits include stress resistance, increased insulin sensitivity, reduced morbidity, and increased life span. Long-term studies in humans have not been conducted. However, short-term human trials showed benefits in weight loss. According to the study conducted by Dr. Eric Ravussin, "Alternate-day fasting may be an alternative to prolonged diet restriction for increasing the life span". A team of cardiologists in the UAE found that people observing Ramadan, the Islamic fast, enjoy a positive effect on their lipid profile, which means there is a reduction of cholesterol in the blood, increased mental vigour and stamina, and gives your body the digestive organs and sexual organs a rest period. Also adherence to Eastern Orthodox fasting periods contributes to an improvement in the blood lipid profile, including a decrease in total and LDL cholesterol, and a decrease in the LDL to HDL cholesterol ratio. A statistically insignificant reduction in HDL cholesterol was also observed. These results suggest a possible positive impact on the obesity levels of individuals who adhere to these fasting periods. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-19112549 http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/feb/18/fasting-protect-brain-diseases-scientists Fasting for regular periods could help protect the brain against degenerative illnesses, according to US scientists.
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Surah An-Nasr (The Help) By Sheikh Abu Bakr Ash Shatri
 
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Juz Amma (30th Chapter of the Noble Quran) Benefits of Fasting... one of the 5 pillars of Islam... Research suggests there are major health benefits to caloric restriction. Benefits include reduced risks of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, insulin resistance, immune disorders, and more generally, the slowing of the aging process, and the potential to increase maximum life span. Besides these health benefits, research by Valter Longo has also uncovered a potential link between fasting and improved efficacy of chemotherapy. According to Dr. Mark P. Mattson, chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the US National Institute on Aging, fasting every other day (intermittent fasting) shows beneficial effects in mice as strong as those of caloric-restriction diets, and a small study conducted on humans at the University of Illinois at Chicago indicates the same results. According to the US National Academy of Sciences, other health benefits include stress resistance, increased insulin sensitivity, reduced morbidity, and increased life span. Long-term studies in humans have not been conducted. However, short-term human trials showed benefits in weight loss. According to the study conducted by Dr. Eric Ravussin, "Alternate-day fasting may be an alternative to prolonged diet restriction for increasing the life span". A team of cardiologists in the UAE found that people observing Ramadan, the Islamic fast, enjoy a positive effect on their lipid profile, which means there is a reduction of cholesterol in the blood, increased mental vigour and stamina, and gives your body the digestive organs and sexual organs a rest period. Also adherence to Eastern Orthodox fasting periods contributes to an improvement in the blood lipid profile, including a decrease in total and LDL cholesterol, and a decrease in the LDL to HDL cholesterol ratio. A statistically insignificant reduction in HDL cholesterol was also observed. These results suggest a possible positive impact on the obesity levels of individuals who adhere to these fasting periods. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-19112549 http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/feb/18/fasting-protect-brain-diseases-scientists Fasting for regular periods could help protect the brain against degenerative illnesses, according to US scientists.
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Surah Al-Inshiqaq (The splitting Asunder) By Sheikh Abu Bakr Ash Shatri
 
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Juz Amma (30th Chapter of the Noble Quran) Benefits of Fasting... one of the 5 pillars of Islam... Research suggests there are major health benefits to caloric restriction. Benefits include reduced risks of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, insulin resistance, immune disorders, and more generally, the slowing of the aging process, and the potential to increase maximum life span.[2] Besides these health benefits, research by Valter Longo has also uncovered a potential link between fasting and improved efficacy of chemotherapy. According to Dr. Mark P. Mattson, chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the US National Institute on Aging, fasting every other day (intermittent fasting) shows beneficial effects in mice as strong as those of caloric-restriction diets, and a small study conducted on humans at the University of Illinois at Chicago indicates the same results. According to the US National Academy of Sciences, other health benefits include stress resistance, increased insulin sensitivity, reduced morbidity, and increased life span. Long-term studies in humans have not been conducted. However, short-term human trials showed benefits in weight loss. According to the study conducted by Dr. Eric Ravussin, "Alternate-day fasting may be an alternative to prolonged diet restriction for increasing the life span". A team of cardiologists in the UAE found that people observing Ramadan, the Islamic fast, enjoy a positive effect on their lipid profile, which means there is a reduction of cholesterol in the blood, increased mental vigour and stamina, and gives your body the digestive organs and sexual organs a rest period. Also adherence to Eastern Orthodox fasting periods contributes to an improvement in the blood lipid profile, including a decrease in total and LDL cholesterol, and a decrease in the LDL to HDL cholesterol ratio. A statistically insignificant reduction in HDL cholesterol was also observed. These results suggest a possible positive impact on the obesity levels of individuals who adhere to these fasting periods. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-19112549 http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/feb/18/fasting-protect-brain-diseases-scientists Fasting for regular periods could help protect the brain against degenerative illnesses, according to US scientists.
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Surah Al-Maun (The small Kindnesses) By Sheikh Abu Bakr Ash Shatri
 
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Juz Amma (30th Chapter of the Noble Quran) Benefits of Fasting... one of the 5 pillars of Islam... Research suggests there are major health benefits to caloric restriction. Benefits include reduced risks of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, insulin resistance, immune disorders, and more generally, the slowing of the aging process, and the potential to increase maximum life span.[2] Besides these health benefits, research by Valter Longo has also uncovered a potential link between fasting and improved efficacy of chemotherapy. According to Dr. Mark P. Mattson, chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the US National Institute on Aging, fasting every other day (intermittent fasting) shows beneficial effects in mice as strong as those of caloric-restriction diets, and a small study conducted on humans at the University of Illinois at Chicago indicates the same results. According to the US National Academy of Sciences, other health benefits include stress resistance, increased insulin sensitivity, reduced morbidity, and increased life span. Long-term studies in humans have not been conducted. However, short-term human trials showed benefits in weight loss. According to the study conducted by Dr. Eric Ravussin, "Alternate-day fasting may be an alternative to prolonged diet restriction for increasing the life span". A team of cardiologists in the UAE found that people observing Ramadan, the Islamic fast, enjoy a positive effect on their lipid profile, which means there is a reduction of cholesterol in the blood, increased mental vigour and stamina, and gives your body the digestive organs and sexual organs a rest period. Also adherence to Eastern Orthodox fasting periods contributes to an improvement in the blood lipid profile, including a decrease in total and LDL cholesterol, and a decrease in the LDL to HDL cholesterol ratio. A statistically insignificant reduction in HDL cholesterol was also observed. These results suggest a possible positive impact on the obesity levels of individuals who adhere to these fasting periods. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-19112549 http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/feb/18/fasting-protect-brain-diseases-scientists Fasting for regular periods could help protect the brain against degenerative illnesses, according to US scientists.
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NBC 13 Birmingham-Fact Finder VAP Cholesterol Test-Atherotech
 
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http://www.armadamedical.com NBC13 Anchor Andrea Lindenberg discusses a more advanced lipid profile that helps to predict heart attack risk and save lives. Client: Atherotech Diagnostics Lab http://www.atherotech.com
Views: 819 ArmadaMedical
Surah Al-Asr (The Time) By Sheikh Abu Bakr Ash Shatri
 
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Juz Amma (30th Chapter of the Noble Quran) Benefits of Fasting... one of the 5 pillars of Islam... Research suggests there are major health benefits to caloric restriction. Benefits include reduced risks of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, insulin resistance, immune disorders, and more generally, the slowing of the aging process, and the potential to increase maximum life span.[2] Besides these health benefits, research by Valter Longo has also uncovered a potential link between fasting and improved efficacy of chemotherapy. According to Dr. Mark P. Mattson, chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the US National Institute on Aging, fasting every other day (intermittent fasting) shows beneficial effects in mice as strong as those of caloric-restriction diets, and a small study conducted on humans at the University of Illinois at Chicago indicates the same results. According to the US National Academy of Sciences, other health benefits include stress resistance, increased insulin sensitivity, reduced morbidity, and increased life span. Long-term studies in humans have not been conducted. However, short-term human trials showed benefits in weight loss. According to the study conducted by Dr. Eric Ravussin, "Alternate-day fasting may be an alternative to prolonged diet restriction for increasing the life span". A team of cardiologists in the UAE found that people observing Ramadan, the Islamic fast, enjoy a positive effect on their lipid profile, which means there is a reduction of cholesterol in the blood, increased mental vigour and stamina, and gives your body the digestive organs and sexual organs a rest period. Also adherence to Eastern Orthodox fasting periods contributes to an improvement in the blood lipid profile, including a decrease in total and LDL cholesterol, and a decrease in the LDL to HDL cholesterol ratio. A statistically insignificant reduction in HDL cholesterol was also observed. These results suggest a possible positive impact on the obesity levels of individuals who adhere to these fasting periods. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-19112549 http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/feb/18/fasting-protect-brain-diseases-scientists Fasting for regular periods could help protect the brain against degenerative illnesses, according to US scientists.
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Surah Ash-Sharh (The Opening Forth)
 
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Juz Amma (30th Chapter of the Noble Quran) Benefits of Fasting... one of the 5 pillars of Islam... Research suggests there are major health benefits to caloric restriction. Benefits include reduced risks of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, insulin resistance, immune disorders, and more generally, the slowing of the aging process, and the potential to increase maximum life span.[2] Besides these health benefits, research by Valter Longo has also uncovered a potential link between fasting and improved efficacy of chemotherapy. According to Dr. Mark P. Mattson, chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the US National Institute on Aging, fasting every other day (intermittent fasting) shows beneficial effects in mice as strong as those of caloric-restriction diets, and a small study conducted on humans at the University of Illinois at Chicago indicates the same results. According to the US National Academy of Sciences, other health benefits include stress resistance, increased insulin sensitivity, reduced morbidity, and increased life span. Long-term studies in humans have not been conducted. However, short-term human trials showed benefits in weight loss. According to the study conducted by Dr. Eric Ravussin, "Alternate-day fasting may be an alternative to prolonged diet restriction for increasing the life span". A team of cardiologists in the UAE found that people observing Ramadan, the Islamic fast, enjoy a positive effect on their lipid profile, which means there is a reduction of cholesterol in the blood, increased mental vigour and stamina, and gives your body the digestive organs and sexual organs a rest period. Also adherence to Eastern Orthodox fasting periods contributes to an improvement in the blood lipid profile, including a decrease in total and LDL cholesterol, and a decrease in the LDL to HDL cholesterol ratio. A statistically insignificant reduction in HDL cholesterol was also observed. These results suggest a possible positive impact on the obesity levels of individuals who adhere to these fasting periods. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-19112549 http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/feb/18/fasting-protect-brain-diseases-scientists Fasting for regular periods could help protect the brain against degenerative illnesses, according to US scientists.
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Cellsparc 360
 
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AIM Cellsparc 360® is superior to other CoQ10 products on the market. The coenzyme Q10 provides potent antioxidant capabilities, while the tocotrienols and fish oil help to maintain healthy cholesterol and triglyceride levels. The fish oil also serves as a dissolvent for the CoQ10 and tocotrienols. These ingredients work together to ensure adequate energy production at the cellular level and maintain a healthy lipid profile. They truly provide a synergistic effect for heart health, and the softgel format of Cellsparc 360 provides increased bioavailability. *Increases energy production at the cellular level *Helps maintain healthy cholesterol and triglyceride levels *Potent antioxidant *Helps maintain gum health
Views: 59 Terri Howell
What is the normal range for the two types of cholesterol?
 
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Dr. Thomas Lalonde, chief of cardiology at St. John Hospital and Medical Center on cholesterol levels. http://www.stjohnprovidence.org/SJHheartcare/
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Surah Al-Kafirun (the Disbelivers) By Sheikh Abu Bakr Ash Shatri
 
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Juz Amma (30th Chapter of the Noble Quran) Benefits of Fasting... one of the 5 pillars of Islam... Research suggests there are major health benefits to caloric restriction. Benefits include reduced risks of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, insulin resistance, immune disorders, and more generally, the slowing of the aging process, and the potential to increase maximum life span.[2] Besides these health benefits, research by Valter Longo has also uncovered a potential link between fasting and improved efficacy of chemotherapy. According to Dr. Mark P. Mattson, chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the US National Institute on Aging, fasting every other day (intermittent fasting) shows beneficial effects in mice as strong as those of caloric-restriction diets, and a small study conducted on humans at the University of Illinois at Chicago indicates the same results. According to the US National Academy of Sciences, other health benefits include stress resistance, increased insulin sensitivity, reduced morbidity, and increased life span. Long-term studies in humans have not been conducted. However, short-term human trials showed benefits in weight loss. According to the study conducted by Dr. Eric Ravussin, "Alternate-day fasting may be an alternative to prolonged diet restriction for increasing the life span". A team of cardiologists in the UAE found that people observing Ramadan, the Islamic fast, enjoy a positive effect on their lipid profile, which means there is a reduction of cholesterol in the blood, increased mental vigour and stamina, and gives your body the digestive organs and sexual organs a rest period. Also adherence to Eastern Orthodox fasting periods contributes to an improvement in the blood lipid profile, including a decrease in total and LDL cholesterol, and a decrease in the LDL to HDL cholesterol ratio. A statistically insignificant reduction in HDL cholesterol was also observed. These results suggest a possible positive impact on the obesity levels of individuals who adhere to these fasting periods. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-19112549 http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/feb/18/fasting-protect-brain-diseases-scientists Fasting for regular periods could help protect the brain against degenerative illnesses, according to US scientists.
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Surah Al-Qariah (The Striking Hour) By Sheikh Abu Bakr Ash Shatri
 
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Juz Amma (30th Chapter of the Noble Quran) Benefits of Fasting... one of the 5 pillars of Islam... Research suggests there are major health benefits to caloric restriction. Benefits include reduced risks of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, insulin resistance, immune disorders, and more generally, the slowing of the aging process, and the potential to increase maximum life span.[2] Besides these health benefits, research by Valter Longo has also uncovered a potential link between fasting and improved efficacy of chemotherapy. According to Dr. Mark P. Mattson, chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the US National Institute on Aging, fasting every other day (intermittent fasting) shows beneficial effects in mice as strong as those of caloric-restriction diets, and a small study conducted on humans at the University of Illinois at Chicago indicates the same results. According to the US National Academy of Sciences, other health benefits include stress resistance, increased insulin sensitivity, reduced morbidity, and increased life span. Long-term studies in humans have not been conducted. However, short-term human trials showed benefits in weight loss. According to the study conducted by Dr. Eric Ravussin, "Alternate-day fasting may be an alternative to prolonged diet restriction for increasing the life span". A team of cardiologists in the UAE found that people observing Ramadan, the Islamic fast, enjoy a positive effect on their lipid profile, which means there is a reduction of cholesterol in the blood, increased mental vigour and stamina, and gives your body the digestive organs and sexual organs a rest period. Also adherence to Eastern Orthodox fasting periods contributes to an improvement in the blood lipid profile, including a decrease in total and LDL cholesterol, and a decrease in the LDL to HDL cholesterol ratio. A statistically insignificant reduction in HDL cholesterol was also observed. These results suggest a possible positive impact on the obesity levels of individuals who adhere to these fasting periods. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-19112549 http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/feb/18/fasting-protect-brain-diseases-scientists Fasting for regular periods could help protect the brain against degenerative illnesses, according to US scientists.
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Surah Al-Balad (The City) By Sheikh Abu Bakr Ash Shatri
 
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Juz Amma (30th Chapter of the Noble Quran) When your mind has been indoctrinated by Shaytans weapons... listen to some Quran it will heal mindy, body and soul.. the Healer of the Hearts... spiritual nourishment for your heart and soul... peace of mind. Benefits of Fasting... one of the 5 pillars of Islam... Research suggests there are major health benefits to caloric restriction. Benefits include reduced risks of cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, insulin resistance, immune disorders, and more generally, the slowing of the aging process, and the potential to increase maximum life span.[2] Besides these health benefits, research by Valter Longo has also uncovered a potential link between fasting and improved efficacy of chemotherapy. According to Dr. Mark P. Mattson, chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the US National Institute on Aging, fasting every other day (intermittent fasting) shows beneficial effects in mice as strong as those of caloric-restriction diets, and a small study conducted on humans at the University of Illinois at Chicago indicates the same results. According to the US National Academy of Sciences, other health benefits include stress resistance, increased insulin sensitivity, reduced morbidity, and increased life span. Long-term studies in humans have not been conducted. However, short-term human trials showed benefits in weight loss. According to the study conducted by Dr. Eric Ravussin, "Alternate-day fasting may be an alternative to prolonged diet restriction for increasing the life span". A team of cardiologists in the UAE found that people observing Ramadan, the Islamic fast, enjoy a positive effect on their lipid profile, which means there is a reduction of cholesterol in the blood, increased mental vigour and stamina, and gives your body the digestive organs and sexual organs a rest period. Also adherence to Eastern Orthodox fasting periods contributes to an improvement in the blood lipid profile, including a decrease in total and LDL cholesterol, and a decrease in the LDL to HDL cholesterol ratio. A statistically insignificant reduction in HDL cholesterol was also observed. These results suggest a possible positive impact on the obesity levels of individuals who adhere to these fasting periods. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-19112549 http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/feb/18/fasting-protect-brain-diseases-scientists Fasting for regular periods could help protect the brain against degenerative illnesses, according to US scientists.
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BLOOD TEST , HEALTH EDUCATION , INFECTION CONTROL (ICSP) , URDU / HINDI  PART 2 OF 2
 
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http://infectioncontrolsociety.org Health awareness programme by I.C.S.P.
Views: 1370 icsp94