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Post by lonelyguysolid_2.0 on Tue Jul 29, 2008 4:55 pm

Hi, this thread I first thought off since last week. Good health is very important these days so here's my contribution to keep ourselves from getting sick easily. Read and try it.

Top 10 Detox Foods - to clean those bad things you had all these lonely and not so lonesome nights

1.Green leafy vegetables Eat them raw, throw them into a broth, add them to juices. Their chlorophyll helps swab out environmental toxins (heavy metals, pesticides) and protects the liver.
2.Lemons You need to keep the fluids flowing to wash out the body and fresh lemonade is ideal. Its vitamin C, considered the detox vitamin, helps convert toxins into a water-soluble form that's easily flushed away.
3.Watercress Put a handful into salads, soups, and sandwiches. The peppery little green leaves have a diuretic effect that helps move things through your system. And cress is rich in minerals too.
4.Garlic Add it to everything -- salads, sauces, spreads. In addition to the bulb's cardio benefits, it activates liver enzymes that help filter out junk.
5.Green tea This antioxidant-rich brew is one of the healthiest ways to get more fluids into your system. Bonus: It contains catechins, which speed up liver activity.
6.Broccoli sprouts Get 'em at your health-food store. They pack 20 to 50 times more cancer-fighting, enzyme-stimulating activity into each bite than the grown-up vegetable.
7.Sesame seeds They're credited with protecting liver cells from the damaging effects of alcohol and other chemicals. For a concentrated form, try tahini, the yummy sesame seed paste that's a staple of Asian cooking.
8.Cabbage There are two main types of detoxifying enzymes in the liver; this potent veggie helps activate both of them. Coleslaw, anyone?
9.Psyllium A plant that's rich in soluble fiber, like oat bran, but more versatile. It mops up toxins (cholesterol too) and helps clear them out. Stir powdered psyllium into juice to help cleanse your colon, or have psyllium-fortified Bran Buds for breakfast.
10.Fruits, fruits, fruits They're full of almost all the good things above: vitamin C, fiber, nutritious fluids, and all kinds of antioxidants. Besides, nothing tastes better than a ripe mango, fresh berries, or a perfect pear.

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Post by lonelyguysolid_2.0 on Tue Jul 29, 2008 4:56 pm

Feel free to contribute, lets keep ourselves healthy

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Post by ccchick on Tue Jul 29, 2008 5:10 pm

thanks doc! i need this and this is a great help to all of us here!!! nice one

i really appreciate it.. mwah! I love you

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Post by FloydSteven on Wed Jul 30, 2008 12:29 am

have you people heard of the new health supplement/vitamin. its called Alive. ok siya. a lot of herbs,fruits,minerals etc contained in it saka natural lahat. ang dami talaga. not your ordinary vitamin. plus it could help prevent cancer too. maganda yung sinabing explanation nung doctor na nagdemo nito in one of the home tv shopping channels.

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Post by lonelyguysolid_2.0 on Wed Jul 30, 2008 2:33 pm

I've heard of it, but I haven't seen the commercial yet...

Personally mas enjoy pa rin kung kakainin mo pa rin yung natural. Nothing beats eating chilled fruit while lying under a tree

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Post by lonelyguysolid_2.0 on Mon Aug 04, 2008 3:39 pm

Something I saw a few weeks ago

Eat to Lose Before and After Workouts

Eating just the right thing before lifting weights or jumping on the elliptical trainer can keep you energized until the end. What you eat "depends on how hard and how long you're exercising," says Elizabeth Somer, RD. Here are her surprisingly easy ways to fuel your muscles before different workouts and--pant, pant--help you recover after you've worked your butt off.

A solid aerobics session--30-60 minutes

BEFORE

"A small liquid snack 5 minutes before a run, step session, or power yoga class turns into fuel almost immediately," says Somer. Let these rules be your guide:

1. Keep it light (under 200 calories) for faster digestion.

2. The less time you have to eat before exercising, the less you eat. You don't want stuff sloshing about in your tummy as you move.

3. Skip juice blends or energy drinks that list high-fructose corn syrup or glucose gels on the label. Both heavy-hitter sweeteners can make blood sugar levels plummet mid-workout.

A few 200-calorie-and-under suggestions:

A make-it-yourself 8 ounce fruit and low-fat yogurt smoothie or one of Dannon's Light & Fit ready-to-drink fruit smoothies
Carnation No Sugar Added Instant Breakfast drink made with a cup of skim milk or light soymilk
A 6 oz. glass of OJ and 2 graham crackers
AFTER

To re-hydrate and keep your blood sugar stable, have some water and:

A low-fat granola or energy bar
A cup of low-sodium chicken noodle soup
A piece of fruit or a small bunch of grapes
Hit-the-wall aerobics--60 minutes or more
BEFORE

You want a snack that keeps muscles supplied with a steady flow of glucose. "Just as a car sputters to a stop when it runs out of gas, you 'hit the wall' or 'bonk' if your glucose supplies are drained. Once that happens, no snack will fuel you fast enough to finish the workout," warns Somer. Before you go all out, have some:

1. Water to ward off dehydration, especially when it's hot.

2. Easy-to-digest, high-quality carbs that leave your GI track quickly and supply enough glucose to fuel a long workout.

3. Protein from yogurt, milk, soymilk, or nuts to offset a rapid drop in blood sugar from eating those carbs.

4. Foods that are light (again, 200 calories) and low-fat to avoid digestive problems. If your energy dips or your legs become shaky, eat more the next time until you hit on the right amount.

Good carb-protein combos:

Half a 4 oz. whole-wheat bagel with 1 tbsp. low-fat cream cheese
A small slice of last night's vegetarian pizza or 2/3 cup leftover spaghetti with marinara sauce
1 stick of low-fat string cheese, 1 medium pear, and 3 whole-grain crackers
AFTER

Recover with more water and a 100 calorie, all-carb snack, such as:

50 pretzel sticks
1/2 cup Breyer's Double Churn Fat-Free Caramel Swirl ice cream
Half a baked potato topped with 2 tbsp. salsa
Up to 60 minutes of gentle yoga, stretching, or tai chi
BEFORE

A pre-workout snack isn't essential for low-sweat activities--say, an hour of yin yoga or a stretch class. But if you're hungry, try a banana for potassium and 2 graham crackers for carbs. Wash it down with some water.

AFTER

All you'll need is more water.

Semi-tough strength training--30-45 minutes
BEFORE

Carbs with a dash of protein is your fuel of choice. Only serious body builders and weight lifters who pump for more than 45 minutes at least three days a week need extra protein--"most people get plenty," says Somer.

If you're borderline hard-core, try these 200 to 250 calorie protein-laced snacks:

Half a turkey sandwich on whole grain bread and a piece of fruit
A handful of trail mix (nuts, dried fruit, and seeds)
3 whole-grain crackers with 1 Tbsp. peanut butter and 6 oz. of V8 juice
AFTER

Re-hydrate with water and have the other half of that turkey sandwich--the protein helps repair and build muscles.

For the average gym rat who does 30 minutes of weight training two or three times a week, just have a high-carb snack 10 minutes or so before you start:

Plain, nonfat yogurt mixed with berries or applesauce
1 tbsp. nut butter and a sliced 1/2 banana on a 10" whole-wheat tortilla, all rolledup burrito-style
1 small (2 oz.) carrot-raisin muffin and a 6 oz. glass of OJ

An all-day hike, cross-country ski or snowshoe trek
BEFORE

To build your glycogen stores, plan ahead.
1. For a day or two prior to your outing, eat high-carb meals of whole-wheat pasta or brown rice dishes.
2. Drink ample fluids, too--at least 10 cups a day. Before setting out, have a substantial high-carb meal of pancakes or waffles with fruit.
3. In addition to lunch, pack a couple of energy bars, dried fruit-and-nut mix to nibble every 2 hours.
4. Regularly sip water or sports drinks; don't wait until you get thirsty.

AFTER

(Soak in the hot tub!) And keep drinking water. Have a high-carb snack such as a muffin, popcorn, pretzels, or hot cocoa and a graham cracker.

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Not only will exercising regularly burn off all those snacks and more but it can make your RealAge as much as nine--yes, nine--years younger. And your body inches trimmer.

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Re: Health for all

Post by lonelyguysolid_2.0 on Mon Aug 04, 2008 3:44 pm

For those who love Japanese food

Healthy Sushi? Here's The Raw Truth

Traditional Japanese sushi is a dieter's dream, thanks to its heart-friendly, low-fat ingredients. What started out as truly lean cuisine now arrives in platters for one that could feed a family of four. Likewise, Japanese sushi kitchens don't use oil or mayo, says Hiroko Shimbo, chef and author of The Sushi Experience -- yet chances are your favorite sushi bar serves fried shrimp and spicy tuna plumped up with mayo. What's a calorie-counting sushi lover to do? Don't tackle a 20-piece sushi boat yourself! And follow our lead: Here's the skinny on the 4 fattest and leanest choices. Meshi-agare (Japanese for bon appétit)!

THE CHUBBIEST CHOICES
1. Tempura rolls Any tempura dish -- read: deep-fried -- is a big-time diet buster. A shrimp tempura roll, for example, can deliver 500 calories and 20 grams of fat. Plus, breading and deep frying boosts the cholesterol too.
2. Spicy tuna and other mayo-based rolls. Before you order, ask if the minced fish is mixed with mayonnaise. If so, that delicate roll may harbor as many as 11 grams of artery-clogging fat and 450 calories.
3. Philadelphia rolls Unheard of in Japan, this salmon and avocado wonder is schmeared with something a sushi purist wouldn't even consider: cream cheese. Calories for a roll start at 300 and rise depending on how much cheese is used. A clue: Two tablespoons of cream cheese add 10 grams of fat (6 saturated) and some recipes use four times that amount.
4. Dragon rolls and pretty much anything else made with eel and/or toro. Just one ounce of raw eel has 3 grams fat and toro -- sliced from the fatty belly of tuna -- packs a shocking 7 grams per ounce. Even though their fat is the heart-healthy omega-3 kind, all fat is still loaded with calories and the trade-off here is too high.

THE SKINNIEST SUSHI
1. Assorted sashimi Sashimi is sliced fish a la carte, and by omitting the rice that would make it sushi, you save 30 calories per piece. Plus, says Shimbo, eating an assortment of fish -- white, red, oily -- creates delicious synergies: you get the flavors and benefits of each. For instance, delicate white fish have fewer calories, while richer mackerel and salmon have more omega-3s.
2. Veggie rolls Cucumber rolls and tangy, pickled vegetable rolls are fat free and provide a pleasantly crunchy contrast to the soft texture of fish sushi -- and at only about 150 calories a roll. For a vegetarian entree that packs heart-friendly fat as well as some iron and protein, try a shiitake, avocado, and pickled ginger roll. That little sheet of seaweed that holds it all together? It gives you calcium, vitamins C and K, and folate.
3. Edamame (soybeans) Okay, okay, they're not sushi but they're a staple at sushi bars and one of the healthiest menu choices you can make, brimming with fiber, folate, iron, and protein. Half a cup of steamed edamame has 127 calories and a whopping 11 grams protein -- hence its nickname: "meat from the vegetable garden."
4. Tako (octopus) or ika (squid) Though high in cholesterol, both are even higher in protein, B vitamins, iron, selemium, and taurine, an amino acid that helps keep your arteries, heart, and eyes healthy -- for only 25 calories an ounce and almost no fat.

There you have it: sushi on a diet. But actually, it's just sushi the way it ought to be: naturally healthy. So don't hesitate to indulge. Eating at least 1 serving of fish per week can make your RealAge as much as 2.7 years younger.

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Post by coolzam on Mon Aug 04, 2008 7:00 pm

What about weight gaining naman?

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Re: Health for all

Post by acousticevents on Wed Aug 06, 2008 2:53 am

lonelyguysolid wrote:Hi, this thread I first thought off since last week. Good health is very important these days so here's my contribution to keep ourselves from getting sick easily. Read and try it.

Top 10 Detox Foods - to clean those bad things you had all these lonely and not so lonesome nights

1.Green leafy vegetables Eat them raw, throw them into a broth, add them to juices. Their chlorophyll helps swab out environmental toxins (heavy metals, pesticides) and protects the liver.
2.Lemons You need to keep the fluids flowing to wash out the body and fresh lemonade is ideal. Its vitamin C, considered the detox vitamin, helps convert toxins into a water-soluble form that's easily flushed away.
3.Watercress Put a handful into salads, soups, and sandwiches. The peppery little green leaves have a diuretic effect that helps move things through your system. And cress is rich in minerals too.
4.Garlic Add it to everything -- salads, sauces, spreads. In addition to the bulb's cardio benefits, it activates liver enzymes that help filter out junk.
5.Green tea This antioxidant-rich brew is one of the healthiest ways to get more fluids into your system. Bonus: It contains catechins, which speed up liver activity.
6.Broccoli sprouts Get 'em at your health-food store. They pack 20 to 50 times more cancer-fighting, enzyme-stimulating activity into each bite than the grown-up vegetable.
7.Sesame seeds They're credited with protecting liver cells from the damaging effects of alcohol and other chemicals. For a concentrated form, try tahini, the yummy sesame seed paste that's a staple of Asian cooking.
8.Cabbage There are two main types of detoxifying enzymes in the liver; this potent veggie helps activate both of them. Coleslaw, anyone?
9.Psyllium A plant that's rich in soluble fiber, like oat bran, but more versatile. It mops up toxins (cholesterol too) and helps clear them out. Stir powdered psyllium into juice to help cleanse your colon, or have psyllium-fortified Bran Buds for breakfast.
10.Fruits, fruits, fruits They're full of almost all the good things above: vitamin C, fiber, nutritious fluids, and all kinds of antioxidants. Besides, nothing tastes better than a ripe mango, fresh berries, or a perfect pear.


paborito ko tong mga to lalo na watercress sa sabaw ng buto-buto. hehe healthy na kaya ako?

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Post by saraba1975 on Wed Aug 06, 2008 8:22 am

need tlga ng diet lalo na sa mga call boys and call girls..

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Post by lonelyguysolid_2.0 on Fri Aug 08, 2008 2:13 pm

You need food that has lots of vitamins and plenty of complex carbos since puyatan kayo. And don't forget to take a lot of fluids, preferably water

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Post by saraba1975 on Fri Aug 08, 2008 2:42 pm

your right boss... normally we are getting tonsilitis..

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Post by lonelyguysolid_2.0 on Sat Aug 09, 2008 2:07 am

Tonsilitis isn't really a specific problem, indicates a current inflammatory / infectious process. Feel anything else?

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Post by acousticevents on Mon Aug 11, 2008 1:54 am

ako boss laging masakit ang lalamunan hindi na siya halos naaalis.

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Post by lonelyguysolid_2.0 on Mon Aug 11, 2008 5:47 pm

baka naman lagi kang sumisigaw?

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Post by galileo on Mon Aug 11, 2008 7:17 pm

ako sir obese1 need to lose weight , my weight now is 109 , ideal weight daw is 70 kilos , hay hirap ng walang exercise , start biking tommorow , any recommendation on diet ?thanks

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Post by lonelyguysolid_2.0 on Tue Aug 19, 2008 3:19 pm

what's your height? You should calculate your BMI. Ganito, weight in kilograms divided by the square of your height in meters

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Post by acousticevents on Wed Aug 20, 2008 4:15 am

mahirap kasi mag diet lalo na pag masasarap na pagkain ang naka hain.

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Post by ik2 on Wed Aug 20, 2008 6:48 am

No smoking, No sugar drinks (soda), exercise and be happy. Everything in moderation.

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Post by ik2 on Wed Aug 20, 2008 6:49 am

Pahabol, most importantly, happy good sex... Laughing bounce

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