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which is worse pulling an all-nighter versus grabbing two hours of sleep you are in the zone you just planned your friends bachelorette party caught up on the housewives busted your butt to burn 100 twice and even prepared your tax Docs there's only one problem you were so lost near productiveness and your fiancee Barbra Streisand mashup playlist you didn't realize it's almost 4:00 a.m. you have to be up for work in two hours so which is worse pulling all-nighter or grabbing two hours of sleep here's the dealio I did not just say dealio although you may be thinking that a few hours of sleep couldn't help much you'll be surprised to know that even a short disco nap to help your brain consolidate memories and learn you may hear groggy after a two-hour snooze that was in ten minutes that sluggishness should fade long enough for…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/su2E5ddMK5E hi my name is Martin Lau and I'm Arthritis Action's dietitian and services development manager as a dietitian diet and arthritis is so fascinating and yet challenging because we don't really know the answer Arthritis is a chronic condition and pain is one of his main symptoms doctors often prescribe pain medication for long-term use but this have undesirable side effects this is where people begin to look for alternative or complementary treatment modifying the diet is one area people believe could help them live better with arthritis Research shows that a staggering 71 percent of people with rheumatoid arthritis or RA believe that diet plays a part in their symptoms and 50% of people have experimented with modifying the diet to reduce pain People with gout have often been told to cut out meat to avoid painful attacks but this is not necessary the key word is to…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/KmUjvXnwuGs big issue we see with the management of gout is that very often people have a lot of other things going on they have high blood pressure they have cardiovascular disease kidney disease they may have various arthritis a–'s that are not making them so mobile so you know controlling the gout can often seem overwhelming most important lifestyle thing that most people with gout can do is weight loss and controlling those other factors controlling their hypertension particularly stopping smoking if they're doing it and increasing exercise and not only for weight loss you know but for the cardiovascular health as well very hard too low a high uric acid in any way other than medications but weight loss can be one of the big things that people can do in a non medication way to lower their uric acid so we really promote physical exercise weight loss…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/ZJTt7bHl7nE hello there it's time for you to go on a diet what we call a 21 day mental diet now the best habit you can develop is to start every day in a thoughtful and productive way that sets you up for greater success in the hours ahead here is a successful and effective formula that has worked for me and for thousands of others and going from rags to riches resolve to try it yourself for 21 days before you pass judgment on whether or not it is helping you my promise to you is that by the time you have practiced these behaviors for 21 days your whole world will have changed in positive ways that you cannot even imagine right now starting tomorrow arise each morning at least two hours before you have to be somewhere and invest the first goal an hour in yourself and…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/ViUyZt99pBY Hey everyone, welcome back to another what I eat in a day video. So today I'm gonna share my secret recipes with you guys. I just got back from Hakuba I just got back from Japan and yeah things happen when I'm in Japan – actually, happened before I went to Japan. I was having a lot of Italian gelato – I mean if you follow my Insta story, you'd know that I've been having like, gelato almost every second day for the last three to four weeks before I left to Japan, and when I was in Japan, I went all out. I was eating all kind of stuff, I had a lot of mochi, a lot of chocolate, and a lot of savory foods, which I don't normally crave, but if it's in front of me, I'll eat it.You know, I am not complaining. It's food. I'll…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/3DxS-CIJFj8 hey everybody thanks for joining us here at to your cooks I appreciate it I got a recipe for a cabbage soup from my grandmother probably 30-plus years ago and if memory serves she got this recipe from a heart hospital in Baton Rouge that would give it to heart patients that needed surgery and if they were a little too obese to have the surgery when they came in they would put them on this restrictive diet and have them eat this soup along with a bunch of fruit and stuff to help them lose weight so this is an excellent suit I mean it really really does taste good and the key to this soup though is you can eat as much of as you want because it takes more energy for your body to burn the calories that are in this soup then calories that the…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/nEPhUyUb3V8 how does the ketogenic diet affect your kidneys see all too often we only hear the negative stuff we hear people talking about how the ketogenic diet could give you kidney stones or the excess protein that you consume on a ketogenic diet is bad for the kidneys overall the fact is those things aren't really even that true but there's a lot of positive science that shows that the ketogenic diet is actually very powerful at helping out the kidneys and supporting the overall long life of the kidney cells I'm Thomas de Lauer with keto mojo and we're gonna break down how the ketogenic diet truly impacts the kidneys you see the first thing I want to talk about is gonna be kidney stones we generally think that kidney stones are just these like compositive crystals that form that just happen because we're either super dehydrated or…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/bU2ByJ-zxfg Let's face it the ketogenic diet is arguably the most popular dietary trend in our world today, especially for those living with diabetes. It is likely that you've been tempted to follow a ketogenic diet to lose weight, drop your A1c and flatline your blood glucose. Even though it may seem tempting to enter the metabolic state of ketosis it's important to understand the caveats of ketosis, so that you fully understand your risks for developing long-term complications.What exactly is ketosis, and why is ketosis a popular recommendation for those living with diabetes? A ketogenic diet is a very low carbohydrate diet by design containing a maximum of 30 grams of dietary carbohydrate per day. At the base of the ketogenic food pyramid are eggs, dairy, meat, oil, and fish, which make up the bulk of calories eaten. Starchy vegetables contain too much carbohydrate energy and are avoided while…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/mHu6bgx4JyM What's up guys? I'm jason wit rock. I'm a bodybuilding.com Spokesmodel in eas Maya Plex athlete and today, I'm going to teach [you] the top [5] Keto mistakes alright guys So the very first mistake is not staying patient during the Keto adaptation Phase you have to understand something you've been running on carbohydrates your entire life now You're asking your body to completely switch metabolisms and start using fat for energy instead of carbs You will have some withdrawal effects through this time Commonly known as the Keto flu what you need to do is stay committed the Keto flu will pass and all of a sudden you Will be in Ketosis And you will feel better than you first started [ok] so the second most common mistake is not getting enough fat you have to Understand this is a Super high fat diet 75% of your calories…

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