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Ketogenic Diet – 7 Day Ketogenic Diet Meal Plan

The ketogenic diet (often called keto diet ) dates back to the 1920s and was created by endocrinologist Dr. Henry Geyelin to treating epilepsy.  In 1921 Geyelin found that kind of food which he recommended has a positive effect on how the body processes nutrients, leading to fewer attacks in …

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Banting Diet: Best 7-Day Meal Plan To Start With This Diet

Do you know what the best thing about the Banting diet is, especially if you’re wanting to lose weight? It’s not having to restrict your portion sizes and being able to eat until you’re satisfied as long as you stick to eating only Banting approved food. The worst thing about …

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10 Stimulating Activities for Alzheimer’s Patients

Dementia can cause seniors to withdraw from activities, family and friends. But maintaining those relationships and interests reduces the effects of severe cognitive impairment, leading to a better quality of life. The most common form of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease impairs behavior, memory and thought. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, Alzheimer’s accounts …

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Banting is very dangerous for You, New Research that will shock you

Lately whether you are about talking food, health or sports you can be guaranteed the name Tim Noakes will feature in the conversation. The controversial professor from the University of Cape Town’s Sports Science Institute has ignited an eating rebellion which has seen thousands of South African’s converting to his …

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Ketogenic diet is good but its disadvantages will shock you

By Dr. CaissaTangco Although a ketogenic diet is gaining popularity due to its weight loss effects and other benefits, there have been a few reports on its disadvantages. We present a few of its disadvantages and its misconceptions: A rather practical disadvantage of the diet is that some people find …

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A Response To “Stop Whoring Out Your Undiagnosed ‘Mental Illness'”

This is a response to the article Stop Whoring Out Your Undiagnosed ‘Mental Illness’. As someone who has suffered with anxiety all her life, I have to disagree with this article and try to shed some light onto just why this article strengthens the stigma surrounding mental illnesses. Yes, mental …

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The Reality of Parenting a Child With Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD)

It might look like we’re running late again; but the reality is he had a 30-minute meltdown on the stairs because he couldn’t handle transitioning to a different floor of our house. I might look like a helicopter mom, controlling what he eats, scheduling out his day; but the reality is a lot of damage can be done with just one piece of …

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24 Things People Don’t Realize You’re Doing Because of Your Social Anxiety

When people think of social anxiety, many imagine a shy introvert who doesn’t go out and doesn’t say much. While this version of social anxiety exists, living with it is more than just being “shy.” In fact, not everyone who has social anxiety is even quiet. Social anxiety manifests itself …

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4 Month Ketogenic Diet Results Updated

4 Month Keto Diet Results – Before and After Pictures, sharing my weight loss, video diary and update after 4 months following Ketogenic Diet. Keto Diet Results Today I’m sharing my experience of 4 months of following the Ketogenic Diet. Which is a low carb, high fat diet. The experience, …

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What Sensory Overload Looks Like (and How to Calm It)

Sensory overload? If you aren’t the parent or caregiver of a child living with autism spectrum disorder or sensory processing disorder (SPD), you may not be familiar with the term. However, if you have ever seen a child (or an adult) experiencing a sensory meltdown (overload) — you likely can recall this …

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