The Ketogenic Diet: Beginner’s Guide to Keto


The ketogenic diet or keto diet, for short is a low carb, high fat diet that offers many health benefits. It involves drastically reducing carbohydrate intake and replacing it with fat. This reduction in carbs puts your body into a metabolic state called Ketosis.

Ketosis is a metabolic state in which your body uses fat for fuel instead of carbs. It occurs when you significantly reduce your consumption of carbohydrates, limiting your body’s supply of glucose (sugar), which is the main source of energy for the cells.

When this happens, your body becomes incredibly efficient at burning fat for energy. It also turns fat into Ketones in the liver, which can supply energy for the brain. And yes, Ketogenic diets can cause significant reductions in blood sugar and insulin levels.


  • Standard ketogenic diet (SKD): This is a very low carb, moderate protein and high fat diet. It typically contains 70% fat, 20% protein, and only 10% carbs.
  • Cyclical ketogenic diet (CKD): This diet involves periods of higher carb refeeds, such as 5 ketogenic days followed by 2 high carb days.
  • Targeted ketogenic diet (TKD): This diet allows you to add carbs around workouts. This is primarily used by bodybuilders or athletes.
  • High protein ketogenic diet: This is similar to a standard ketogenic diet, but includes more protein. The ratio is often 60% fat, 35% protein, and 5% carbs.

Following a ketogenic diet is the most effective way to enter ketosis. Generally, this involves limiting carb consumption to around 20 to 50 grams per day and filling up on fats, such as meat, fish, eggs, nuts, and healthy oils.

Doing Intermittent Fasting could also help you enter ketosis faster. There are many different forms of intermittent fasting, but the most common method involves limiting food intake to around 8 hours per day and fasting for the remaining 16 hours.


Intermittent fasting (IF) is a term used to describe a variety of eating patterns in which no or few calories are consumed for time periods that can range from 12 hours to several days, on a recurring basis. Focus on the physiological responses of major organ systems, including the musculoskeletal system, to the onset of the metabolic switch – the point of negative energy balance at which liver glycogen stores are depleted and fatty acids are mobilized (typically beyond 12 hours after cessation of food intake). The metabolic switch from glucose to fatty acid-derived ketones represents an evolutionarily conserved trigger point that shifts metabolism from lipid/cholesterol synthesis and fat storage to mobilization of fat through fatty acid oxidation and fatty-acid derived ketones, which serve to preserve muscle mass and function.


A ketogenic diet is an effective way to lose weight and lower risk factors for disease. Research shows that the ketogenic diet may be as effective for weight loss as a low fat diet. One review of 13 studies found that following a very low carb, ketogenic diet was slightly more effective for long-term weight loss than a low fat diet. People who followed the Keto Diet lost an average of 2 pounds (0.9 kg) more than the group that followed a low fat diet.

Another study in 34 older adults found that those who followed a Ketogenic Diet for 8 weeks lost nearly five times as much total body fat as those who followed a low fat diet.

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Keto Power Boost Review (2021) – Does It Really Work?

If you’re managing your weight, you must be wondering what Keto Power Boost can do for you on the ketogenic diet. Maybe you have become curious about its effects and need to know if it’s right for you. Or, perhaps you haven’t gotten the results that you want and need that proverbial Boost in your life to get you to your goals.

But then  first lets acquire a good understanding of Ketosis before setting our expectations on what Keto Power Boost can do for us.

What is Ketosis and Why Keto Boost can Help?

Ketosis is a metabolic state wherein the body switches its energy source from carbohydrates to fat. This is achieved by changing one’s diet to be high in fat content and low in carbohydrates. This starves the body of its normal energy source, making it switch to a more efficient source of energy, fat. Once the fat we eat is used up, the body breaks down the fat stores we already have, thus aiding weight loss. Our bodies create a substance called ketones to bring us to and keep us in ketosis– thus, the fat – burning state. This comes with the added benefit of better mental clarity, memory, and more energy throughout the day, with a suppressed appetite.

It can be quite difficult to get into ketosis, as you need to have the right amount of ketones in your body. You should also be eating carbohydrates well below a 50-gram threshold.

So it’s not just getting into ketosis, you should also be eating to stay there. Finding that balance can be very difficult. Keto is not an overnight miracle; you need to work to stay in ketosis and burn fat.

Yes, sometimes we do need an extra boost to bring you to where you want to be. We believe that is possible with KetoPowerBoost .


Keto Power Boost is a diet supplement that’s designed to help boost you into ketosis when you cannot get there yourself. It also is an easier way to keep you in ketosis, without struggling too much. It works by regulating your metabolism and making it more efficient to extract energy from the fat you eat and the fat in your body. It does this by working together with your ketogenic diet and moderate exercise routine, keeping you in that fat-burning state even in moments of rest. And that’s exactly what you want: to stay in ketosis without working too hard.


Keto Power Boost works because of the ketone esters present within the product. These are ketones identical to the ones your body produces to put you in that state of ketosis. By introducing exogenous ketones into your body, you are boosting your way into ketosis and making sure that you stay within that balance. This works even when you struggle a bit with your diet. Eat a little over your carb limit? Keto Boost makes sure you don’t get knocked out of ketosis. That, or experience keto flu, which is fatigue and nausea from first getting into keto. This is especially important when you are in your first few days of ketosis and your body is making the shift into its new metabolic state.

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Keto Power Boost is available in pill or drink format. As a pill, it is simply taken on an empty stomach with plenty of water. This is done twice a day, preferably before meals. Combining KetoPower Boost with exercise will also benefit brain function as it will absorb ketones quickly and convert them into a fuel source for your mind and body.

KetoPower Boost is packed with all natural ingredients to help you…

One of the main fat burning ingredients in KetoPower Boost is BHB (Beta-hydroxybutyrate) that is hands down the most amazing fat destroying ketone. Combining BHB with the KetoPower Boost fat incinerating blend causes greatly increased fat burning power that rivals any other product on the market! 

• Magnesium BHB

Magnesium is a mineral that boosts energy, regulates blood sugar levels, and supports your immune system.
On a ketogenic diet, it may be even more difficult to meet your magnesium needs, as many magnesium-rich foods like beans and fruits are also high in carbs. So they added this to our supplement to make sure you get the magnesium you need.

• Sodium BHB

One advantage of using a BHB salt to induce ketosis is the added benefit of minerals and electrolytes.
If the BHB is bound to sodium or potassium, for instance, this could help boost your body’s electrolytes and prevent an imbalance resulting from a keto-diet induced loss of minerals through the urine.

• Calcium and Potassium

Focusing on adding minerals through what you eat is important for people following a ketogenic diet.
The first weeks can be challenging as the body adapts to the very low number of carbs consumed. Increasing your intake of potassium and magnesium can counteract losses of these important minerals.

Keto power boost was designed to burn fat and carbs while neutralizing the toxins created by the fat loss which keeps you feeling great and your weight loss steady and smooth. KetoPower Boost is truly “Feel Good Fat Loss”!




What is Tinnitus?

Tinnitus is most often described as a ringing in the ears, even though no external sound is present. It affects about 15% to 20% of people, and is especially common in older adults. Tinnitus is usually caused by an underlying condition, such as age-related hearing loss, an ear injury or a problem with the circulatory system. The noises of tinnitus may vary in pitch from a low roar to a high squeal, and you may hear it in one or both ears. In some cases, the sound can be so loud it interferes with your ability to concentrate or hear external sound. Tinnitus may be present all the time, or it may come and go. In rare cases, tinnitus can occur as a rhythmic pulsing or whooshing sound ,often in time with your heartbeat. This is called pulsatile tinnitus.


  1. There are tiny, delicate hair cells in your inner ear (cochlea) that move when your ear receives sound waves. This movement triggers electrical signals along the nerve from your ear to your brain (auditory nerve). Your brain interprets these signals as sound. If the hairs inside your inner ear are bent or broken — this happens as you age or when you are regularly exposed to loud sounds — they can “leak” random electrical impulses to your brain, causing tinnitus.
  2. Your ear canals can become blocked with a buildup of fluid (ear infection), earwax, dirt or other foreign materials. A blockage can change the pressure in your ear, causing tinnitus.
  3. Head or neck trauma can affect the inner ear, hearing nerves or brain function linked to hearing. Such injuries usually cause tinnitus in only one ear.
  4. A number of medications may cause or worsen tinnitus. Generally, the higher the dose of these medications, the worse tinnitus becomes. Often the unwanted noise disappears when you stop using these drugs.

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Anyone can experience tinnitus, but these factors may increase your Risk:

  • Loud noise exposure. Loud noises, such as those from heavy equipment, chain saws and firearms, are common sources of noise-related hearing loss. Portable music devices, such as MP3 players, also can cause noise-related hearing loss if played loudly for long periods. People who work in noisy environments — such as factory and construction workers, musicians, and soldiers — are particularly at risk.
  • Age. As you age, the number of functioning nerve fibers in your ears declines, possibly causing hearing problems often associated with tinnitus.
  • Tobacco and alcohol use. Smokers have a higher risk of developing tinnitus. Drinking alcohol also increases the risk of tinnitus.
  • Certain health problems. Obesity, cardiovascular problems, high blood pressure, and a history of arthritis or head injury all increase your risk of tinnitus.

Note this: Tinnitus affects people differently. For some people, tinnitus can significantly affect quality of life.


In 2009, the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) sponsored a workshop that brought together tinnitus researchers to talk about the condition and develop fresh ideas for potential cures. During the course of the workshop, participants discussed a number of promising research directions, including:

  • Electrical or magnetic stimulation of brain areas involved in hearing. Implantable devices already exist to reduce the trembling of Parkinson’s disease and the anxieties of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Similar devices could be developed to normalize the neural circuits involved in tinnitus.
  • Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS). This technique, which uses a small device placed on the scalp to generate short magnetic pulses, is already being used to normalize electrical activity in the brains of people with epilepsy. Preliminary trials of rTMS in humans, funded by the NIDCD, are helping researchers pinpoint the best places in the brain to stimulate in order to suppress tinnitus. Researchers are also looking for ways to identify which people are most likely to respond well to stimulation devices.
  • Hyperactivity and deep brain stimulation. Researchers have observed hyperactivity in neural networks after exposing the ear to intense noise. Understanding specifically where in the brain this hyperactivity begins and how it spreads to other areas could lead to treatments that use deep brain stimulation to calm the neural networks and reduce tinnitus.
  • Resetting the tonotopic map. Researchers are exploring how to take advantage of the tonotopic map, which organizes neurons in the auditory cortex according to the frequency of the sound to which they respond. Previous research has shown a change in the organization of the tonotopic map after exposing the ear to intense noise. By understanding how these changes happen, researchers could develop techniques to bring the map back to normal and relieve tinnitus.

Yes, Tinnitus is not a disease — it’s a symptom. It’s a sign that something is wrong with your auditory system, which includes your ear, the auditory nerve that connects the inner ear to the brain, and the parts of the brain that process sound. So improve your quality of life.


Please note that the information we provide is not intended to replace consultation with a qualified medical professional. We encourage you to inform your physician of changes you make to your lifestyle and discuss these with him or her. For questions or concerns about any medical conditions you may have, please contact your doctor.



Gum Disease – Causes, Symptoms and What to Do?

Healthy gums are firm and pale pink and fit snugly around teeth.

PERIODONTITIS => is a serious gum infection that damages the soft tissue and, without treatment, can destroy the bone that supports your teeth. And Periodontitis can cause teeth to loosen or lead to tooth loss. Periodontitis is common but largely preventable. It’s usually the result of poor Oral Hygiene.


In most cases, the development of periodontitis starts with Plaque — a sticky film composed mainly of bacteria. If left untreated, here’s how plaque can eventually advance to periodontitis:

  • Plaque forms on your teeth when starches and sugars in food interact with bacteria normally found in your mouth. Brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing once a day removes plaque, but plaque re-forms quickly.
  • Plaque can harden under your gumline into tartar (calculus) if it stays on your teeth. Tartar is more difficult to remove and it’s filled with bacteria. The longer plaque and tartar remain on your teeth, the more damage they can do. You can’t get rid of tartar by brushing and flossing — you need a professional dental cleaning to remove it.
  • Ongoing gum inflammation can cause periodontitis, eventually causing pockets to develop between your gums and teeth that fill with plaque, tartar and bacteria. In time, these pockets become deeper, filling with more bacteria. If not treated, these deep infections cause a loss of tissue and bone, and ultimately you may lose one or more teeth. Also, ongoing chronic inflammation can put a strain on your immune system.


  • Swollen or puffy gums
  • Bright red, dusky red or purplish gums
  • Gums that feel tender when touched
  • Gums that bleed easily
  • Pink-tinged toothbrush after brushing
  • Spitting out blood when brushing or flossing your teeth
  • Bad breath
  • Pus between your teeth and gums
  • Loose teeth or loss of teeth
  • Painful chewing
  • New spaces developing between your teeth
  • Gums that pull away from your teeth (recede), making your teeth look longer than normal
  • A change in the way your teeth fit together when you bite

Note this: The sooner you seek care, the better your chances of reversing damage from periodontitis.

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GINGIVITIS => is an inflammation of the gums, usually caused by a bacterial infection. If left untreated, it can become a more serious infection known as periodontitis. Yes, Gingivitis is the earliest stage of gum disease, an infection of the tissues around your teeth caused by plaque.

If you have gingivitis, your gums may become red, swollen and bleed easily. You may also experience bad breath. Because gum disease is usually painless, you may not know you have it.


The most common cause of gingivitis is the accumulation of bacterial plaque between and around the teeth. The plaque triggers an immune response, which, in turn, can eventually lead to the destruction of gingival, or gum tissue. It may also, eventually, lead to further complications, including the loss of teeth.

Dental Plaque is a biofilm that accumulates naturally on the teeth. It is usually formed by colonizing bacteria that are trying to stick to the smooth surface of a tooth. These bacteria might help protect the mouth from the colonization of harmful microorganisms, but dental plaque can also cause tooth decay, and periodontal problems such as gingivitis and chronic periodontitis, a gum infection.

When plaque is not removed adequately, it can harden into calculus, or tartar, at the base of the teeth, near the gums. This has a yellow color.


  • bright red or purple gums
  • tender gums that may be painful to the touch
  • bleeding from the gums when brushing or flossing
  • halitosis or bad breath
  • inflammation, or swollen gums
  • receding gums
  • soft gums

Note this: If diagnosis happens early, and if treatment is prompt and proper, gingivitis can be successfully reversed.

Gum Disease may progress painlessly, producing few obvious signs, even in the late stages of the disease. The goals of Gum Disease Treatment are to promote reattachment of healthy gums to teeth; reduce swelling, the depth of pockets, and the risk of infection; and to stop disease progression. Treatment options depend on the stage of disease,

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This content is for informational purposes only. Only a dentist, physician or other qualified health care professional can make a diagnosis.



Ways to Make Your Home Look Elegant on a Budget – Wise Living

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Making a high-end looking home can be difficult, especially if you have a tight decorating budget. Fortunately, there are ways – even on a budget – that you can get the high-end look you dream of.


Interior designers have shared a few secrets over the years that have given homeowners some insight on how they can make their home look elegant without breaking the bank. Example, from adding pillows and a fresh coat of paint to window treatments and hardwood floors. 

Take the time to keep reading – you just might be surprised at these simple tricks to show your guests you live a high-end life.


  1. Paint Color => one of the most difficult decisions to make when decorating a home especially when the remaining décor will be based on the color palette. However, if elegance is what you are after, there are certain colors that add instant glamour to your home. Choose one of these two color options—bold and dramatic or soft , understated hues. These hues allow you to add instant elegance to your home. It simply depends on your color personality in terms of which option you choose. Painting Interior doors black is another great idea. It automatically creates an expensive feeling, without causing much damage to your wallet. If you choose this option, however, be sure to add some black accessories to the space to tie the overall design together.
  2. Pillows – Comfort & Elegance => it serve two purposes. One, if they are chosen correctly, they can really punch-up the elegance factor. Two, they provide your guests with a little extra comfort on the couch and offer a cozy, layered feeling to your rooms. The comfort aspect speaks for itself, that is if you choose pillows that are large enough to rest on , and soft. Speaking of size, you want to avoid the standard 12 to 18 inches for a throw pillow. Instead, choose something larger, such as a 22-inch pillow cover stuffed with 24-inch inserts. Large, overstuffed pillows create a very plush, elegant appearance.
  3. Window Treatments => a home without window treatments will look unfinished and cheap. Fortunately, window treatments are one of the most budget-friendly ways to add some elegance to your home, as well as much-needed privacy. When selecting window treatments you want to make smart choices. For instance, choosing unlined flimsy materials look terribly cheap, even if they are the least expensive option. It is recommended that you avoid see-through materials. This does not mean that you can’t buy off-the-rack curtains. A lot of chain stores offer lined draperies that appear elegant and expensive —even though the price is right. When it comes to window treatments stick with elegant materials such as natural silk, linen, and cotton (polyester or man-made fabrics usually look cheap). If draperies are not for you, then try woven bamboo shades or wood blinds. Be sure to dress your windows—they ensure your home looks elegant and well-designed.
  4. Lightning => Most contractors will choose standard lighting fixtures, which are probably the same they have used over and over again in all the homes they have built. However, designer light fixtures will add more elegance to your home than the standard chandelier. Fortunately, there are a few tricks you can use to get the high-end look without the high-end price. Start by looking at flea markets and second-hand stores. You will get a unique piece at a budget-friendly price. Or try this bloggers trick of adding a drum shade around an old chandelier to get the custom look everyone is craving right now. In addition, be sure to have several different light sources, including table lamps and floor lamps throughout the home to increase the elegant feeling.
  5. Accessorize Your Home => While many may use the excuse that accessorizing would over-extend their budget, the exact opposite is true. There are many affordable ways to accessorize your home while staying within your budget, especially if you think gold. Gold is associated with wealth and riches, and can instantly create an elegant feeling, as long as there is not too much gold in one space. Accessorize with gold picture frames, gold mirrors, or one of the new, modern gold-legged tables that are appearing in designer showrooms.

As you have discovered, there are several ways you can make your home look elegant on a budget. Take the time to create a budget for each section of your home,You may be surprised at what you will see.



Healthy Ways to Gain Weight If You’re Underweight

Fat has a bad reputation for causing people to be overweight and obese. However, not all fat is bad. In fact, breaking down and storing energy (calories) as fat is good. It’s just one of the many ways the body uses food to function , heal and grow. And stored energy from fat helps you get through a strenuous job or workout. It plays a key role in brain development, and in preventing inflammation (swelling) and blood clots. Fat contributes to healthy hair and skin as well.

Being too Thin may seem like a good problem to have. But the reality is that being Underweight can cause health problems. You can determine whether you are underweight by using a Body Mass Index (BMI) calculator. This online tool considers your weight, height, age, and gender to calculate a score. If your BMI is less than 18.5, you are underweight. Your doctor also can help determine if you’re underweight based on your height, weight, what you eat, and your activity level.

Your doctor may put you on a weight gain program if you are underweight. However, Healthy Weight Gain requires a balanced approach, just like a weight loss program. So for a healthy weight gain, the following Tips can help:


1. Milk–> Milk offers a mix of fat, carbohydrates and proteins. The protein content of milk makes it a good choice for people trying to build muscle. One study  found that after a resistance training workout, drinking skim milk helped to build muscle more effectively than a soy-based product.

For anyone looking to gain weight, Milk can be added to the diet throughout the day.

2.Protein Shakes–> Protein shakes can help a person to gain weight easily and efficiently. A shake is most effective at helping to build muscle if drunk shortly after a workout.

It is important to note that premade shakes often contain extra sugar and other additives that should be avoided. Check labels carefully.

3. Rice–> A cup of rice contains about 200 calories, and it is also a good source of carbohydrates, which contribute to weight gain. Many people find it easy to incorporate rice into meals containing proteins and vegetables.
4. Nuts and Nut butter–> Consuming nuts regularly can help a person to gain weight safely. Nuts are a great snack and can be added to many meals, including salads. Raw or dry roasted nuts have the most health benefits. And Nut butters made without added sugar or hydrogenated oils can also help. The only ingredient in these butters should be the nuts themselves.
5. Whole-grain breads–> Wholegrain breads contain complex carbohydrates and seeds, which can promote weight gain and added benefits.

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6.Avocados–> Avocados are rich in calories and fat, as well as some vitamins and minerals.
7.Dark Chocolate –> Dark chocolate is a high fat, high-calorie food. A person looking to gain weight should select chocolate that has a cacao content of at least 70 percent.
8.Pasta–> Pasta can provide a calorically dense and carbohydrate-rich path to healthy weight gain.

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9.Cheese–> Cheese is good source of fat, protein, calcium, and calories. A person looking to gain weight should select full-fat cheeses.
10.Yogurt–> Full-fat yogurt can also provide protein and nutrients. Avoid flavored yogurts and those with lower fat contents, as they often contain added sugars.
A person may wish to flavor their yogurt with fruit or nuts.

All the Foods above can help a person to increase their calorie intake in a healthy way. This will help a person to gain weight safely and efficiently.



Weight Loss Tips That Actually Work-Night SlimPro Reviews

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, around 93.3 million adults in the United States had obesity in 2015–2016. This number is equivalent to 39.8 percent of the population. Being overweight or obese can lead to a range of health problems. Although many different “fad” diets are available, a balanced lifestyle and nutritious diet are the key to healthful living and better weight control.

Yes, you can lose weight and maintain this loss by taking several achievable steps. Here are 5 Tips that can help you with this:

1.Do Not Skip Breakfast
Skipping breakfast will not help you lose weight. You could miss out on essential nutrients and you may end up snacking more throughout the day because you feel hungry.
2. Keep a Food and Weight Diary
Self-monitoring is a critical factor in successfully losing weight. People can use a paper diary, mobile app, or dedicated website to record every item of food that they consume each day.
They can also measure their progress by recording their weight on a weekly basis.
Those who can track their success in small increments and identify physical changes are much more likely to stick to a weight loss regimen.
People can also keep track of their body mass index (BMI) using a BMI calculator.
3.Eat High Fibre Foods
Foods containing lots of fibre can help keep you feeling full, which is perfect for losing weight. Fibre is only found in food from plants, such as fruit and veg, oats, wholegrain bread, brown rice and pasta, and beans, peas and lentils.
4.Eliminate Liquid Calories
It is possible to consume hundreds of calories a day by drinking sugar-sweetened soda, tea, juice, or alcohol. These are known as “empty calories” because they provide extra energy content without offering any nutritional benefits.
Unless a person is consuming a smoothie to replace a meal, they should aim to stick to water or unsweetened tea and coffee. Adding a splash of fresh lemon or orange to water can provide flavor.
Avoid mistaking dehydration for hunger. An individual can often satisfy feelings of hunger between scheduled meal times with a drink of water.
5. Plan ahead
Stocking a kitchen with diet-friendly foods and creating structured meal plans will result in more significant weight loss.
People looking to lose weight or keep it off should clear their kitchen of processed or junk foods and ensure that they have the ingredients on hand to make simple, healthful meals. Doing this can prevent quick, unplanned, and careless eating.

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Please note that the information provided is not intended to replace consultation with a qualified medical professional. We encourage you to inform your physician of changes you make to your lifestyle and discuss these with him or her. For questions or concerns about any medical conditions you may have, please contact your doctor.



Can Chronic Kidney Disease be Cured?

Normal kidney vs. diseased kidney

Chronic Kidney Disease also called Chronic Kidney Failure, describes the gradual loss of kidney function. Your kidneys filter wastes and excess fluids from your blood, which are then excreted in your urine.Chronic kidney disease occurs when a disease or condition impairs kidney function, causing kidney damage to worsen over several months or years.

Signs and symptoms of kidney disease are often nonspecific, meaning they can also be caused by other illnesses. Because your kidneys are highly adaptable and able to compensate for lost function, signs and symptoms may not appear until irreversible damage has occurred.


  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Loss of appetite
  • Fatigue and weakness
  • Sleep problems
  • Changes in how much you urinate
  • Decreased mental sharpness
  • Muscle twitches and cramps
  • Swelling of feet and ankles
  • Persistent itching
  • Chest pain, if fluid builds up around the lining of the heart
  • Shortness of breath, if fluid builds up in the lungs
  • High blood pressure (hypertension) that’s difficult to control

Chronic kidney disease can affect almost every part of your body. Potential complications may include:

  • Fluid retention, which could lead to swelling in your arms and legs, high blood pressure, or fluid in your lungs (pulmonary edema)
  • A sudden rise in potassium levels in your blood (hyperkalemia), which could impair your heart’s ability to function and may be life-threatening
  • Heart and blood vessel (cardiovascular) disease
  • Weak bones and an increased risk of bone fractures
  • Anemia
  • Decreased sex drive, erectile dysfunction or reduced fertility
  • Damage to your central nervous system, which can cause difficulty concentrating, personality changes or seizures
  • Decreased immune response, which makes you more vulnerable to infection
  • Pericarditis, an inflammation of the saclike membrane that envelops your heart (pericardium)
  • Pregnancy complications that carry risks for the mother and the developing fetus
  • Irreversible damage to your kidneys (end-stage kidney disease), eventually requiring either dialysis or a kidney transplant for survival

Facts: There’s No Cure for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD),but TREATMENT can help relieved the symptoms and stop it getting worse.

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*treatment will depend on the stage of your CKD.


Maintain a healthy weight. If you’re at a healthy weight, work to maintain it by being physically active most days of the week. If you need to lose weight, talk with your doctor about strategies for healthy weight loss. Often this involves increasing daily physical activity and reducing calories.

Don’t smoke. Cigarette smoking can damage your kidneys and make existing kidney damage worse. If you’re a smoker, talk to your doctor about strategies for quitting smoking. Support groups, counseling and medications can all help you to stop.

Manage your medical conditions with your doctor’s help. If you have diseases or conditions that increase your risk of kidney disease, work with your doctor to control them. Ask your doctor about tests to look for signs of kidney damage.

5 Simple Lifestyle Steps to Help Your Kidney Healthy

  1. Stay hydrated. Drinking plenty of fluid will help your kidneys function properly.
  2. Eat healthily.
  3. Watch your blood pressure.
  4. Don’t smoke or drink too much alcohol.
  5. Keep Fits to help your kidneys healthy .

Remember, Kidneys are vital to your overall health, so it’s important to look after them.

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How to Lose Weight Without Dieting or Working Out?

Sticking to a diet and working out plan can be difficult. However, there are several proven tips that can help you eat fewer calories with ease. These are effective ways to reduce your weight, as well as to prevent weight gain in the future.

Ways To Lose Weight Without Dieting or Working Out – Based on Science

1.Chew Thoroughly and Slow Down–>Chewing your food thoroughly makes you eat more slowly, which is associated with decreased food intake, increased fullness and smaller portion sizes. A recent review of 23 observational studies reported that faster eaters are more likely to gain weight than slower eaters. Fast eaters are also much more likely to be obese.

Note this:

“Eating your food slowly can help you feel more full with fewer calories. It is an easy way to lose weight and prevent weight gain.”

2.Use Smaller Plates For Unhealthy Foods–>This trend could contribute to weight gain, since using a smaller plate may help you eat less by making portions look larger. On the other hand, a bigger plate can make a serving look smaller, causing you to add more food.

Note this:

“Smaller plates can trick your brain into thinking you’re eating more than you actually are. Therefore, it’s smart to consume unhealthy foods from smaller plates, causing you to eat less.”

3.Eat Plenty of Protein–> Protein has powerful effects on appetite. It can increase feelings of fullness, reduce hunger and help you eat fewer calories. This may be because protein affects several hormones that play a role in hunger and fullness, including Ghrelin and GLP-1. One study found that increasing protein intake from 15% to 30% of calories helped participants eat 441 fewer calories per day and lose 11 pounds over 12 weeks, on average, without intentionally restricting any foods.

Note this:

“Adding protein to your diet has been linked to weight loss, even without exercise or conscious calorie restriction.”

4.Eat Fiber-Rich Foods–> Eating fiber-rich foods may increase satiety, helping you feel fuller for longer. Studies also indicate that one type of fiber , Viscous Fiber, is particularly helpful for weight loss. It increases fullness and reduces food intake. Viscous fiber is only found in plant foods. Examples include beans, oat cereals, Brussels sprouts, asparagus, oranges and flax seeds. Viscous fiber forms a gel when it comes in contact with water. This gel increases nutrient absorption time and slows down the emptying of your stomach.

Note this:

“Viscous fiber is particularly helpful in reducing appetite and food intake. This fiber forms gel that slows down digestion.”

5.Drink Water Regularly–> Drinking water can help you eat less and lose weight, especially if you drink it before a meal. One study in adults found that drinking half a liter (17 ounces) of water about 30 minutes before meals reduced hunger and lessened calorie intake. Person who drank water before a meal lost 44% more weight over a 12-week period compared to those who did not.

Note this:

“Drinking water before meals may help you eat fewer calories. Replacing a sugary drink with water is particularly beneficial.”

6.Eat Without Electronic Distractions–> People who eat while they’re watching TV or playing computer games may lose track of how much they have eaten. This, in turn, can cause overeating. One review of 24 studies found that people who were distracted at a meal ate about 10% more in that sitting. Additionally, absent-mindedness during a meal has an even greater influence on your intake later in the day. People who were distracted at a meal ate 25% more calories at later meals than those who were present. If you regularly consume meals while watching TV or using electronic devices, you could be inadvertently eating more. These extra calories add up and have a massive impact on your weight in the long term.

Note this:

“People who eat while distracted are more likely to overeat. Paying attention to your meals may help you eat less and lose weight.”

7. Sleep Well and Avoid Stress–>When it comes to health, people often neglect sleep and stress. Both, in fact, have powerful effects on your appetite and Weight. A lack of sleep may disrupt the appetite-regulating hormones leptin and ghrelin. Another hormone, cortisol, becomes elevated when you’re stressed. Having these hormones fluctuate can increase your hunger and cravings for unhealthy food, leading to higher calorie intake.

Note this:

“Poor sleep and excess stress may imbalance several important appetite-regulating hormones, causing you to eat more.”

Yes! Many simple lifestyle habits can help you lose weight. Some have nothing to do with conventional diet or working out plans.It is so True that a few simple changes can have a massive impact on your weight over the long term.

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Learn How To Manage Diabetes Naturally. Don’t Put Your Health On Hold

There are an estimated 30.3 million Americans living with diabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) National Diabetes Statistics Report for 2017.And yet, the average person knows very little about the realities of life with this chronic condition—which is not easy (or cheap) to manage, by any means. Diabetes requires constant attention and effort, including waking you up in the middle of the night begging for more glucose or insulin.

Instead of making assumptions about a disease that plagues nearly 10 percent of the U.S. population, read up on the realities of what it’s like living with diabetes, according to those who have it and the doctors who treat it.

Things About Having Diabetes

1.It’s Expensive–>Many patients living with diabetes simply can’t afford to keep up with rising costs of insulin. When researchers from Yale University  studied a clinic in New Haven, Connecticut, in 2018, they found that approximately one-fourth of all diabetes patients treated there were cutting back on insulin because they couldn’t afford adequate doses.
2.Those Insulin Shots Can Leave Scars–>If you keep giving yourself insulin shots in the same spot on your body, you will end up with lipohypertrophy, or a lump under the skin caused by an accumulation of fat. Unfortunately, these lumps leave visible scars, and often people living with diabetes don’t know about the risks of giving themselves shots in the same spot until it’s too late.
3.The Blood Sugar Tests are Arduous–>Having diabetes is not for the faint of heart. The majority of individuals with the disease monitor their blood sugar via finger-prick tests—and as you might imagine, sticking yourself with a needle isn’t exactly something that’s easy to do several times a day.
4.You Can Develop Type 1 at Any Age–>The American Diabetes Association confirms that type 1 diabetes “occurs at every age, in people of every race, and of every shape and size. type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease that’s typically inherited
5.Sugar-free Means Nothing as Far as Diabetes is Concerned–>People who know little about diabetes tend to wrongly assume that the disease is directly associated with sugar and sugar only. However, anyone living with diabetes can tell you that it’s not just pure sugar, but also carbohydrates that have a significant impact on blood sugar levels.

When you’re living with diabetes, carrying around an emergency stash of sugar is a necessity. If you’re a Foodie who has just been diagnosed with diabetes, don’t fret: As long as you know how to manage your blood sugar levels, your eating habits don’t have to change dramatically.

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