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Diet Cemilan

Mungkin Anda pikir ini konyol. Namun, seorang profesor nutrisi dari Kansas State University telah membuktikan bahwa ini benar-benar mujarab. Setiap tiga jam selama dua bulan, ia hanya makan cemilan kue dan dorito dan berhasil menurunkan sekitar 13 kg!! Peraturannya adalah, Anda tidak boleh makan lebih dari 1800 kalori per hari. 1 Pak Cemilan kue seperti Twinkies pada umumnya mengandung 150 kalori. Kalori yang terbuang tentu saja berarti turunnya berat badan! Namun yang yang menarik adalah LDLnya (kolesterol jahat) turun dan HDLnya (kolesterol baik) naik. Lemak tubuhnya turun dari 33.4% menjadi 24.9%!! Sepertinya manjur bukan? Mungkin ini akan manjur untuk jangka pendek saja :)
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Easy Lifestyle Changes for Amazing Skin
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Why Do I Have Acne?
Acne is a skin condition that affects the oil glands and hair follicles. The pores in your skin are linked to glands that produce an oily substance called sebum. The glands and your pores are linked by a canal called the follicle, which contains thin hair that grows to the skin's surface. When sebum and dead skin cells combine, they form a plug in the follicle. The bacteria in the plug causes inflammation, which results in red inflamed acne and furthermore, acne scars What is the underlying cause of acne? Despite the fact that the exact cause of acne has yet to be determined. However, there are some things that can cause or worsen acne, such as: 1. Hormonal changes such as puberty, menstruation, and pregnancy can all cause acne. 2. Squeezing or picking at existing pimples 3. Excessive cleaning or scrubbing of the skin 4. Weather with high humidity 5. When you use excessive amounts of cosmetics or experiment with them, as well as harmful hair products and oil-based products such as sunscreen. 6. Corticosteroids and anabolic steroids for body building. 7. Acne on the forehead is linked to dandruff in the hair. What are the signs and symptoms of acne? Everyone is unique, and so are their symptoms. As a result, different symptoms indicate different types of acne. As an example: 1. If you have blackheads, they are open, clogged pores on the surface of your skin. 2. If you have whiteheads, they are plugged pores close to the skin's surface. 3. If you have papules, these are small, tender red/pink bumps on your skin. 4. Pustules are papules with pus on top if you have them. 5. If you have nodules, which are large, painful lumps deep beneath the skin's surface, 6. If you have cysts, they can be painful, pus-filled lumps located beneath the skin's surface. Acne is one of the most common skin conditions that can affect anyone, regardless of age. It is unquestionably a difficult condition to prevent and even more difficult to treat. Certain natural remedies, such as stress control and weight loss help tremendously. If you are suffering from acne do consider discussing it with your dermatologist. Medical science has advanced a lot in treating even the most severe forms of acne such as cystic acne and hormonal acne. You no longer need to suffer alone.
How Dairy gives You Acne
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The Vegan Food Plate: Complete Vegan Nutrition Guide
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