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March 5, 2015 10:03 pm
posted by Manuel

The Toronto Star on March the 4th 2015 said ” a third cup of coffee may be good for your heart ” because researchers have found that people drinking three to five cups of coffee a day may accumulate less calcium in their coronary arteries, that those that do not drink coffee. This report is based in an study of 28,138 men and women in South Korea. Recent reports also suggest that coffee improves your short memory and reduces the risk of developing  multiple sclerosis, melanoma and type 2 diabetes.


El diario TORONTO STAR  de Toronto Canada en su edicion del miercoles cuatro de Marzo dice que ” una tercera taza de cafe podria ser buena para el corazon ” por que investigadores en Corea del Sur han encontrado estudiando 28,138 hombres i mujeres que bebiendo  de tres a cinco tazas de cafe al dia acumularon menos cantidad de calcio en sus arterias coronarias que aquellos que no bebieron cafe. Otros reporte recientemente publicados sugieren que el cafe tambien mejora la memoria corta o inmediata; reduce el riesgo de desarrollar esclerosis multiple; melanoma y diabetes typo 2.

My interesante.!!!!

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10:01 pm
posted by Manuel

Lorne  Gunter writes in the Toronto Sun on March the 4t that for 40 years or more scientists and nutritionists have insisted that fat and cholesterol are serious threats to our health.’Now the U.S.A.  government committi that sets  national dietary guidelines after 5o years of study has ruled that fat and Cholesterol are not a serious threat to our health and that there is no relationship between high cholesterol in food and high cholesterol in the blood,therefore bacon, eggs, meat,sea food, sausages, roast beef are not threat to the health of your heart. The idea of fat and cholesterol  being dangerous to your health is based on a flimsy studies.                                                   GRASA Y COLESTEROL. Lorne Gunter escribe en el periodico TORONTO SUN  el 4 de Marzo del 2015 que por mas de cuarenta an…o cientificos i nutricionistas  han insistido que  grasa y colesterol are amenazas serias para nuestra salud. Hoy el comite del gobierno de los Estados Unidos que regula las normas dieteticas del pais ; despues de cincuenta an..s de estudio concluye que  no hay relacion entre el nivel de cholesterol de los alimentos y el cholesterol en la circulacion sanguinea y por eso la grasa y el cholesterol no son daninos para nuestra salud. . En concecuencia no es danino ingerir carne,huevos, salchichas  comida de mar como camarones  y otros alimentos como la leche fuerte.La idea que la grasa y el colesterol son daninos para nuestra salud esta basada en estrudios incompletos y superficiales.

Viva la libertad!!!



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Nutrition,life style and longevity

9:58 pm
posted by Manuel

For many years  many people has been interested in a healthy life style to avoid serious illnesses such as heart attacks,diabetes,arthritis etc. All around us are suggestions and tips in newspapers,magazines and books how to improve our health. Obviously there are many ways to attain a healthy living; what we do not have is the determination to do what is best for our health.

We live in a society where working isa priority. Work takes most of our life time. We have neither time nor the inclination to do what is best for a good healt.We at Life Extension and Multivitamins  are commited to impart information and to make suggestions  how to improve health to live longer.

Daily excercise, healty life style, good nutrition, stress reduction and prevention of risk factors that favor chronic illnesses will promote a healthy living and longevity.

Daily excercise will reduce heart disease, obesity, stress even certain types of cancer. Daily compsuntion of fruits an vegetables is very important.A healthy life style avoiding smoking,heavy alcohol consumption, over eating and stress will certainly improve our health and extend our life .Lack of excercise promotes arthritis, obesity,and poo mental healt.


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