Monday, January 17, 2011

Benefits of drinking milk

1. Prevent osteoporosis and keep bones strong. For children, milk bone growth that serves to make children become taller. 
2. Lowers blood pressure.
3. Preventing tooth decay and maintaining oral health. Milk can reduce the acidity of the mouth, stimulates saliva, reduce plaque and prevent cavities. 

4. Neutralize toxins such as metal or tin that may be contained in food. 
5. Prevent the occurrence of colon cancer or colon cancer
6. Preventing type 2 diabetes
7. Beautify the skin, making it more shine. 
8. Helping to sleep faster. This is because the content of the milk will stimulate the hormone melatonin which would make drowsy body.

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Benefits of cycling for health and environment

1. Healthy heart and liver
       With cycling day will train our breath to breathe much longer. Cycling is more effective than exercise erobic and more exciting. And it will be able to reduce the risk of heart attack, high blood pressure and diabetes. The results mentioned in the cycling short distances and is often done to reduce the mortality of approximately 22%.

2. Losing weight
       Cycling can be one of the programs to reduce weight. With cycling can burn about 300 calories.

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Drinking Water Good For Heart Health - Want to lower the risk of heart disease? Drink only water. Perhaps the phrase is fairly simple, but that the results of studies conducted by researchers from Loma Linda University in California.
The research suggests people who drink at least five glasses of water per day more often died from a heart attack than those who drank less than two glasses of water each day.
Conversely those who consumed beverage besides water are at risk of dying from heart attacks than those who drank less.

Friday, January 14, 2011

Benefits of sex for life

1. Sex relieve stress The biggest benefit of sex is lower blood pressure and reduce stress. Research in Scotland, as reported in the journal Biological Psychology earlier this year, involving 24 women and 22 men. They admitted to having sex regularly, at least once a week. As a result, found a trend of relatively stable blood pressure in men and women respondents. It is recognized is part of the influence of sexual activity with a partner each.