19-05-2011 by Drali @mesrahealth
Photo by David Hepworth.
It’s not a secret. Mushrooms are part of diet or nutrition which are not only delicious and various but also nutritious and important in our daily life.
Just imagine a bowl of cheesy mushroom soup with crouton or mixed with delicious and creamy cereals. Tempting!
Its legendary effects as herbal remedy now grab the attention of Western scientists to do research by research on mushrooms.
24-04-2011 by Drali @mesrahealth
A research done in the US found that men who lacking of vitamin D will suffer heart attack.
The vitamin is produce by the body when skin is exposed the sunlight.
Before, earlier research found that vitamin D deficiency is one of the factors of intestinal cancer, breast cancer and diabetes.
Apart from that, the deficiency also spurs hypertension, nerve disease, depression, hallucination and several other auto immune diseases.
10-02-2011 by Drali @mesrahealth
Lifestyles change linked to economic growth in developing countries are driving up the global incidence of several cancers, report the American Cancer Society.
The issued report, “Global Cancer Facts & Figures,” stated that lung, breast and colorectal cancers are particularly vulnerable to the rise.
In fact, most of the new cancer cases and deaths in the world (7.1 million and 4.8 million, respectively) are occurring in developing countries and this shows the growing adoption of unhealthy behaviors – such as smoking, sedentary lifestyles and poor diets – that typically come with economic development, as the report said.
27-01-2011 by Drali @mesrahealth
At this time, more than one billion adult people in the world are being overweight and at least 300 million are in the extremely obese category. Obesity rate of less than 5 percents are in countries like China, Japan and Africa but for most of the island countries, the rate of obesity of its occupants is very high.
Here is the latest list of countries with the most overweight people by its percentage of residents:
12-02-2010 by Drali @mesrahealth
Almond is one of the nuts that catches scientist eyes.
Eating almond can lower two level of bio marker for oxidative pressure effect in a group of 27 men and women volunteers who have high level of cholesterol.
The finding was found in a study conducted by scientists funded by Agricultural Research Service (ARS), United States (US), Almond Board of California and a Canadian research funding body.