Dietary cocoa improves health of obese mice; likely has implications for humans | Penn State UniversitySupplementation of cocoa powder in the diet of high-fat-fed mice with liver disease markedly reduced the severity of their condition, according to a new study by Penn State researchers, who suggest the results have implications for people.1
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Heart failure and stroke rising in men under 40Heart failure and stroke are unusual diagnoses among younger people. But they are now clearly on the rise in men below the age of 40, according to a University of Gothenburg study. The scientists have found links to obesity and low fitness in the upper teens.
Visceral fat shows the strongest association with the need of intensive care in patients with COVID-19Obesity was recently identified as a major risk factor for worse COVID-19 severity, especially among the young. The reason why its impact seems to be less pronounced in the elderly may be due to the concomitant presence of other comorbidities. However, all reports only focus on BMI, an indirect marker of body fat.1
Mesoamerican diet: OriginsWhat foods were prepared in the nowadays territory of Mexico before the rise of Mayan, Olmec, Toltec, and other pre-Hispanic cultures? This documentary unveils the diet that could have been created in Mesoamerica 10 600 to 4400 years before the present, before the invention of ceramics (pots and comales) and before the cultivation and domestication of the species fundamental for the traditional agriculture system called milpa, cornerstone of the great Mesoamerican civilizations. The researches of Patricia Colunga and Daniel Zizumbo, from the Yucatan Center of Scientific Research, with Alondra Flores, uncover evidence and propose that the revalorization and recreation of the Mesoamerican diet is basic to surmount the dire issues of diabetes, obesity, and loss of biocultural diversity in the area. Visit our website: https://www.cicy.mx/sitios/Dieta-mesoamericana-origenes/English.html
I Lost 280lbs - And It Saved My Life | BRAND NEW MESUBSCRIBE to Truly: http://bit.ly/Oc61Hj MOM of three April Wood, from Arizona, has lost an incredible 280lbs through diet and exercise. Growing up, April says she always struggled with being overweight, she told Truly: “Around the age of 12 is when I started to go into the ‘obese’ catagory, I started high school probably weighing around 200-250lbs and by the time I was done, I weighed 350lbs.” At her heaviest weighing in at 440lbs, April struggled with constant fatigue preventing her from being able to play with her kids. Her wake up call happened whilst watching a video of her daughter learning how to walk. “My daughter Chloe was just learning how to walk and I wanted to stand up and go to her, but I weighed so much that it was too hard to get up from the couch. That was the catalyst moment." Determined to make a change, April started working out and eating healthily, quickly shedding pound after pound. And things really took a turn when she met her personal trainer and gym owner Matt Hoodie: “Matt has been instrumental in me getting to my weight loss goal, he’s lost 130lbs himself so he understands the mental and physical challenges.” However, losing all the excess weight had a downside; April was left with lots of loose skin. She added: “I worked so hard for the body that I wanted, but the excess skin was there, like a scar of the battle I had fought." April has since had two skin removal surgeries and breast implants, finally finishing off her weight loss journey. Although April says maintaining her goal weight is almost harder than losing the excess weight, she’s adamant to keep pushing. Follow April here - https://www.instagram.com/phoenix_girl_rising/ Video Credits: Videographer / director: Producer: Stephanie Stijkel, Kim Nguyen Editor: Milly Silverthorne Click here to follow your favourite Truly shows on Instagram! Truly - https://www.instagram.com/trulyshow Born Different - https://www.instagram.com/borndifferentshow/ Shake My Beauty - https://www.instagram.com/shakemybeauty/ Hooked On The Look - https://www.instagram.com/hookedonthelookshow/ Love Don't Judge - https://www.instagram.com/lovedontjudgeshow/ Beastly - https://www.instagram.com/beastlyshow/ Ridiculous Rides - https://www.instagram.com/ridiculousridesshow/ Dog Dynasty - https://www.instagram.com/dogdynastyshow/ For more amazing content, click here! Beastly: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9LxuffQCm_Z4KBCoXZvSHA Barcroft Cars: https://www.youtube.com/user/BarcroftCars/featured
Kids’ metabolic health can be improved with exercise during pregnancy: here’s whyBOSTON – (March 25, 2021) – A mechanism has been identified that explains how physical exercise in pregnancy confers metabolic health benefits in offspring. According to researchers, the key lies with a protein called SOD3, vitamin D and adequate exercise, with the outcomes possibly forming the first steps to designing rational diet and exercise programs to use during pregnancy and particularly when mothers may also be overweight or obese.
Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker - Oops! There Comes a Smile (Zondervan Singcord # ZLP 948, 1975)Desperately seeking sound filmstrips! Nobody in America is preserving them but me. E-mail email@example.com if you have any you can send me for preservation. Ask me about high-quality videos of your old home-recorded cassettes or short-run custom records. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for a quote. These videos cannot be monetized. Any ads are being run by YouTube. If you want to help me keep preserving media, become a patron at https://patreon.com/uncommonephemera. A companion piece to "Building on the Rock" and also released in 1975, "Oops! There Comes a Smile" is the same format with different songs and stories. Yet again featuring the puppets in Tammy Faye's head, including Susie Moppet, voiced by Tammy Faye, and her friend Allie the Alligator. Like "Building on the Rock," side 1 is a bunch of religious songs sung in Susie Moppet's high-pitched, nose-pinched, paint-stripper voice, with the occasional assist from the obese, androgynous-sounding Allie, and side 2 features religious stories told by Jim Bakker with character voices performed by Susie and Allie. 00:00 Uncommon Ephemera Title Card 00:04 The Joy of the Lord 01:21 What a Wonderful Day That Will Be 02:44 Oops! There Comes a Smile 04:07 Happiness Is The Lord 05:20 God Is Watching You 06:25 Do Lord 08:05 I Wonder 09:25 Heaven is a Wonderful Place 10:15 Praise the Lord 11:27 God's Not Dead 12:14 The Pearl of Great Price (Story) 17:40 Noah's Ark (Story) "Oops! There Comes a Smile" was released in 1975 by Singcord Recordings, a division of the Zondervan Corporation, with the catalog number ZLP 948. Twitter: https://twitter.com/uncommnephemera Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/uncommonephemera/posts/ Patreon: https://patreon.com/uncommonephemera Odysee: https://odysee.com/@uncommonephemera:3 Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/@uncommon_ephemera PLEASE NOTE: Uncommon Ephemera is a media preservation project. Unless otherwise specified, no copyright nor ownership is asserted by Uncommon Ephemera on the material presented herein. We honor DCMA takedown requests; contact email@example.com with proof of content ownership. Do not contact YouTube without inquiring about our desire to work with you. Due to YouTube's flawed implementation of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), we cannot correctly mark our videos as "appropriate for general audiences." Since some of the media we preserve was originally intended for use by children, we assert that this media is presented for preservation purposes and is NOT intended for children or to be watched by children.