Selasa, 05 Mei 2015
Senin, 12 Mei 2014
Based on the results of research in various parts of the world, prove that they who have a partner is proved to have a better health condition than you were single. So it is not wrong if you think love can make a person's survival. how can it be? Well this is the reason for you to fall in love:
"Love" Who doesn't want to feel the in this world? everyone would need something called "love". s the proverb says, that 'falling in love feels immense' beside it, it has a lot of benefit. This is one of a reason why you should fall in love.
Love Makes Us Protected From Stress
Believe it or not, in a relationship with someone can help you to reduce the stress, In an intimate relationship, the adrenal glands in the human body will produce a hormone called dehydroepiandrosterone or DHEA that can reduce your stress levels. For you who are undergoing in a relationship filled with love, the psychological tension that you feels will be reduce and the support of people who love you will give you more strength to face of stress things.
Cope the Cancer
University of Iowa found that married couples will have a lower risk of cancer than those who are single. Even if they are suffering from cancer, but they who are in a happy relationship with his partner, could produce more white blood cells that protect to against cancer cells.
Based on research in 2004, stated that the death rate on married couples are lower than single men or women. This is because the level of stress on married couples and have a healthy relationship is low. commonly the couple who decide to get married will also reduce their bad habits such as smoking, drinking alcohol, staying up late, and so on.
The Skin Looks Brighter
As has been said, that love is able to reduce the level of stress. Well, if you are currently undergoing in a true love relationship without realize it, it can also make your skin become brighter. So, How can it be? Because the amount of cortisol in times of stress, which stimulates the appearance of acne, as well as when you decrease stress levels, so it will make your skin become smoother.
A study at Rutgers University proves that when you look at a photo of someone you love will increase dopamine activity in the brain. Dopamine is often associated with optimism, energy, and positive feelings.
Falling in love and healthy relationship turned out to have many benefits isn't it?. Surely by having love, everyone will be happier. So who doesn't want to fall in love? of course everyone want it, so don't be afraid to fall in love, makes your day more happy with LOVE :D
Minggu, 11 Mei 2014
today i'm gonna give some tips about " how to decrease GALAU"
you know, in this modern eras "GALAU" is one of trending topic in a circle of teenager, especially in Indonesia, actually i'm not really understand about the meaning of "GALAU" but why every people said that they are "GALAU", my friends told me that galau is like an emotion, to show that you are broken hearth, uumm.. so, Galu it's like synonym of BROKEN HEART? yeah, galau is a synonym of broken heart.
now, i have some tips for you to decrease galau..
first, forget him/her, sometimes that's little bit difficult, but just try it!. second, delete all of his/her picture from your mobile phone or your computer, i know some of you can't to do that because you have already spend a beautiful day with him/her, but trust me! just do it! it will help you to forget him/her quickly :). third, make yourself busy! spend your time with many activities that can make you busy, and too busy to remember him/her. fourth, when you are alone in your bedroom automatically you will remember him/her, but i advise you for listen a music when you are alone, it's better to make your brain more relax. fifth, spend your day with your best friend, like hang out with them for shopping or doing some activities like playing games or vacation, it's fun.. and the last is don't try to remember your memories with him/her! because it will hurt you, and you don't need to pay attention to it, if you do my suggestion it will help you to forget him/her fast.. may be it will difficult on first time, but after two week passing, easily you will forget him/her..
so that's all my tips for you, i hope my tips are useful for you..
remember guys, your life are not stop till here, you still have a bright future, so don't to be weak because broken heart :D
Selasa, 04 Februari 2014
Sugar not only makes you fat, it may be killing you.
Consuming too much added sugar — in regular soda, cakes, cookies and candy — increases your risk of death from heart disease, according to a new study, the largest of its type.
"The risk of cardiovascular disease death increases exponentially as you increase your consumption of added sugar," says the study's lead author, Quanhe Yang, a senior scientist with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
On average, adults in the USA in 2010 consumed about 15% of their daily calories — about 300 calories a day, based on a 2,000-calorie diet — from added sugars. That's far more than the American Heart Association's recommendation that women consume no more than 100 calories a day from added sugars, or about 6 teaspoons of sugar; and men consume no more than 150 calories a day, or about 9 teaspoons. The World Health Organization recommends consuming less than 10% of calories from added sugars.
One can of regular soda contains about 140 calories of added sugar. That's about 7% of the daily calories of someone eating 2,000 calories a day, Yang says.
Added sugars include table sugar, brown sugar, high-fructose corn syrup, maple syrup, honey, molasses and other caloric sweeteners in prepared and processed foods and beverages. It does not include sugars that occur naturally in fruits, fruit juice, and milk and dairy products.
Major sources of added sugars in Americans' diets are sugar-sweetened beverages, desserts, fruit drinks, dairy desserts (ice cream) and candy, Yang says.
Other research has tied a high intake of added sugars, especially sugar-sweetened beverages, to many poor health conditions, including obesity, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes and risk factors for heart disease and stroke. Most of those studies focused on sugar-sweetened beverages and not total intake of sugar, Yang says. "Ours is the first study using a nationally representative sample to look at the total amount of added sugar and the association to cardiovascular disease death."
To look at trends in added-sugar intake, Yang and colleagues reviewed data from more than 31,000 people over the years who participated in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, which evaluates dietary habits based on in-person interviews. They found that most adults (71%) consume 10% or more of their daily calories from added sugars. About 10% of adults consume 25% or more of daily calories from added sugars.
The researchers also looked at data of deaths from heart disease (heart attacks, stroke, heart failure, hypertension), and they compared added-sugar intake to death from heart disease. They controlled their results for a wide range of heart-disease risk factors, including high blood pressure, total cholesterol, smoking, physical activity, diet and weight.
Among their findings, published online Monday in JAMA Internal Medicine:
• People who consumed more than 21% of daily calories from added sugar had double the risk of death from heart disease as those who consumed less than 10% of calories from added sugars.
A person on a 2,000-calorie diet who consumes 21% of their daily calories from added sugar would be eating 420 calories from added sugar, which would be roughly three cans of regular soda a day.
• People who consumed between 17% to 21% of daily calories from added sugar had a 38% higher risk of death from heart disease than people who consumed less than 10% of calories from added sugars.
• People who consumed seven or more servings a week of sugar-sweetened beverages were at a 29% higher risk of death from heart disease than those who consumed one serving or less.
• The findings were consistent across age groups, sex, physical-activity levels, weights and dietary habits.
• Added sugar intake has changed slightly over the past 20 years, from 16% of daily calories in 1994 to 17% in 2004 to 15% in 2010.
The paper's senior author Frank Hu, a professor of nutrition and epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health, says excessive intake of added sugar appears to negatively affect health in several ways. It has been linked to the development of high blood pressure, increased triglycerides (blood fats), low HDL (good) cholesterol, fatty liver problems, as well as making insulin less effective in lowering blood sugar.
Rachel Johnson, a spokeswoman for the American Heart Association and a nutrition professor at the University of Vermont, says, "Now we know that too much added sugar doesn't just make us fat, it increases our risk of death from heart disease."
Johnson says people need to cut back on added sugars. "I continue to be amazed at the added sugars that Americans are consuming. Added sugars do one of two things — they either displace nutritious foods in the diet or add empty calories."
In an accompanying editorial in the medical journal, Laura Schmidt of the University of California-San Francisco writes that the study "underscores the likelihood that, at levels of consumption common among Americans, added sugar is a significant risk factor for cardiovascular disease mortality above and beyond its role as empty calories leading to weight gain and obesity."
Rabu, 23 Oktober 2013
Rabu, 16 Oktober 2013
I have a nephew, his name is Taraka mirza, he’s 10 month old , he is so cute, has a white skin, short black hair, he’s so active and funny. I always play with him every day, because I love him so much like I love my brother, now he’s teething so he have four small teeth, every day he try to talk with baby sign or baby language it so funny, I always talk with him and he responding my question with baby language and that’s make me laughing, even I laughing he laughing too, that’s so funny and make other people laughing too.
so that's my short description about my nephew :)