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https://www.youtube.com/embed/ONmxi8-Ww80 How Much Caffeine Do We Actually Need for Performance? (NEW STUDY) Caffeine, the world’s most widely used stimulant. And arguably the most crucial element in all stimulant-based pre-workout supplements for its ergogenic, performance-enhancing effects. But how much caffeine do we actually need? When we consider that some pre-workouts have caffeine dosages of more than half of the recommended maximum of 500 milligrams, we have to wonder if such a high dose is even warranted. Well, perhaps a newly published research might help shed some light on this question: at what dose, if any, can we expect to experience caffeine’s exercise performance benefits? Let’s get to it.Hey guys, before we start, I do wanna mention, thanks to your recommendations, hoodies are now available in the PicFit shop. After doing some research, I finally have the premium quality and super softhoodies that I’m extremely proud of. I guarantee that you’ll enjoy…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/BT-r3w1m5U0 Hey guys Cassey here so today i gathered 8 women together for a little social experiment. None of them have any idea. What’S about to happen. All they know is that it’s gon na be a video about body image, but that’s about it. They don’t know that. It’S about to get a little uncomfortable, how you guys feeling? What do you think we’re gon na do today, maybe share our insecurities with each other. How often do you guys catch yourself, comparing yourself to other women? Do you guys ever judge people based on how they look and do you ever get judged based on my stomach and compare his own body fat to mine? I got this every day. It’S not really, okay, to be a woman and have a lot of muscles. I can walk in the city and people come and look at me like…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/xnKaOL2IBPY Translator, Nada, Shahin Auditor, Riyad Almubarak On a personal level. This is a photo of me taken almost at the time when my grandmother was diagnosed With heart disease in its final stages and sent home to die. She has already performed several open heart operations. All possible surgeries have been exhausted. She became tied with a wheelchair and suffered from severe chest pain. Her life ended at the age of sixty five, But at that time I heard about this young man, Nathan Bertkin One of the first pioneers of lifestyle medicine. What happened next is detailed in Brettkin’s autobiography. My grandmother was one of those on the cusp of death, Francis Grager, my grandmother got in a wheelchair. Mrs Greger suffers from heart disease, angina and lameness. Her condition was very poor. She cannot walk without feeling severe pain in her chest and feet. However, within three…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/8Sgb_O4fNW8 6 great keys to reduce your high triglycerides at breakfast. If you want to lower your triglyceride levels Don't hesitate to include oatmeal in you breakfast. Thanks to its contribution of soluble and insoluble fiber will help you to be careful of your cardiovascular health. In our day they often talk to us about the negative impact that cholesterol has on our health, but … What happens to triglycerides? The latter is actually a greater risk. It is a type of fat that is linked to our diet and, almost without us noticing, significantly increases the risk of suffering a cardiovascular accident. It is essential that we take maximum care of our diet and the amount of lipids we eat. In this way we avoid it excess fat can be produced in blood which can lead the always dangerous arteriosclerosis, which seriously complicates the correct blood flow. On the…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/p3oj3BAjkx8 although most people with heart disease don't have heart attacks until their 60s or 70s the foundation for heart disease or the buildup of cholesterol plaques in our arteries that later turn into heart attacks starts much earlier on so the way we framed our question was how does having a prolonged exposure to high blood cholesterol in your 30s and 40s affect your future risk of heart disease in your 50s 60s and 70s our results were striking adults with 11 or more years of exposure to high blood cholesterol by the age of 55 meaning they would have been diagnosed with high cholesterol in their 40s had nearly 4 fold increased risk of heart disease after the age of 55 compared to adults who did not have high cholesterol so said another way if you have two adults both with the exact same health profile the same…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/xnKaOL2IBPY Translator: Nada Shahin Auditor: Riyad Almubarak On a personal level, This is a photo of me, taken almost at the time when my grandmother was diagnosed With heart disease in its final stages and sent home to die She has already performed several open-heart operations, All possible surgeries have been exhausted She became tied with a wheelchair and suffered from severe chest pain Her life ended at the age of sixty-five But at that time I heard about this young man, "Nathan Bertkin" One of the first pioneers of "lifestyle" medicine What happened next is detailed in Brettkin's autobiography My grandmother was one of those on the cusp of death Francis Grager – my grandmother – got in a wheelchair Mrs. Greger suffers from heart disease, angina and lameness Her condition was very poor She cannot walk without feeling severe pain in her chest and feet However, within three…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/R38eeKhofKE Avocado smoothie lowering cholesterol, 3 species. If you drink the avocado smoothie introduced here, you cannot just the effect of avocado fully but also reduces the bad cholesterol level and raise the good cholesterol level, even with many other materials. There are things left in various written places about the wonderful effects of avocado, But it is said to be the only fruit rich in high quality fat, which protects the heart. The nutritional value of avocado is very high. It is an ideal ingredient to combine with every dish. Avocado is not only the most important material used for wakamore; it is also the best ingredient for natural smoothies. If you try, lower cholesterol, avocado is error. Free choice. Studies show that by regularly eating an appropriate amount of avocado, it not only reduces the triglyceride level, but also can lower the bad LDL cholesterol level by 11.…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/t8FF6OESqVQ Music NARRATOR Take diabetes to heart, linking diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Music dog barks Meet Michelle. Michelle enjoys spending time with her family and in her spare time she loves to cook and catch up on her favorite shows. She also has diabetes And, like many people with diabetes, she doesn t know there s a link between diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Cardiovascular disease includes conditions such as heart, disease and stroke. If you have diabetes, you are more likely to have risk factors associated with heart disease, including obesity, high blood pressure or high cholesterol. These put you at risk for heart disease and stroke Over time. High blood glucose from diabetes can damage your blood vessels and the nerves that control your heart And adults with diabetes are nearly twice as likely to die from heart disease or stroke as people without diabetes. But there s good…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/LtXIuqOJFVQ Did you know that in people with high cholesterol the risk. Of heart disease is about twice as high A high, level of, lipids in the bloodstream is, called dyslipidemia This means that there. Is too much fat in, the, blood, Fat! Building begins at a young age, therefore pay attention to it. If the values are too high, fat can accumulate in the vessels and clog them. The stroke and heart attack risk increase, In addition to having sufficient exercise You eat healthy. Here is some advice you should follow. Eat less processed meat products Reduce the consumption of whole milk products, Make friends with fiber And eat at least once per week. Vegetarian Remember that all foods that the body does not burn be accumulated as body fat. In addition to a healthy lifestyle, your doctor can prescribe medication to increase the risk of Reduce cholesterol levels.…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/mOPy1f9-L38 British Heart Foundation Risking brick: Dealing with risk factors for coronary heart disease Dave's story – Excessive cholesterol Hi I'm Dave Williams I am 28 years old I'm from Manchester You didn't recognize me a few years ago My height was 6'3 "and weight was 21.5 stone োন This is my biggest shape, which is actually the worst There is no incentive I never exercised I never wanted to I just watched TV and ate I was 26 years old, and I was very sick, and I had to sit up, Then I thought, "There's been some noise." I get tested for diabetes and cholesterol, Because I have a family history of diabetes and cholesterol I know I'm not diabetic yet, but I have a lot of cholesterol The news is like a train crash, I don't want to take tablets for the rest of my life, And as…