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    A dietitian has revealed what happens when you cut popular food groups including red meat, dairy, eggs and seafood from your diet, and why other foods like pasta, rice and potatoes aren't as bad for you as you think. Susie Burrell, from Sydney, said while many popular diets these days eliminate entire groups, what we don't often think about is the nutritional consequences of doing this. We also need to think about how we can replace the 'banned foods to ensure we are not missing out on something the body really needs to keep it healthy long term'.  A dietitian has revealed what happens when you cut popular food groups including red meat, dairy, eggs and seafood from your diet (Susie Burrell pictured) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next From beauty bargains to cut-price household buys: Here are... Heated debate erupts over whether you store your mugs the... Dietitian shares the 10 reasons why you're not losing weight... Upgrade your Christmas tree for less: Stylist reveals how... Share this article Share...
    A WOMAN has worked on transforming her body in the gym, and now she thinks it’s too good.  Gym rat Tiana Destinee has taken her followers on her fitness journey, and her body has gotten to a point where any outfit looks revealing, even when her skin isn’t showing. 3Tiana Destinee thinks her conservative workout outfits look inappropriate on herCredit: TikTok In one TikTok video, Tiana filmed herself in a gym locker room. “You know you’ve hit your dream physique when you’re not showing skin but you still feel your outfit is inappropriate,” she wrote over the video. Tiana was standing at an angle that displayed her side profile and her backside.  She wore a pink fitted short-sleeve T-shirt and light grey leggings. Read more on workout outfitsNO WEIGH I was shamed for my ‘offensive’ gym outfit which made others uncomfortableSTRICT SCHOOL I was dress coded at my college gym - people say I shouldn’t be surprised Although she was covered up, the form-fitting workout wear defined Tiana’s small waist, toned and lifted butt, and muscular thighs. After taking a...
    PLASTIC surgery has made strides in recent years, with many flocking to surgery clinics to improve their looks. One surgery that garnered popularity in recent years is the butt augmentation also called the Brazilian Butt Lift or "BBL." 3Jazzy Mejia is an artist, producer, and content creator who shared her plastic surgery journey with the worldCredit: TikTok/jazzymejia 3She said something unexpected happened to her plastic surgery resultsCredit: TikTok/jazzymejia One woman shared her BBL experience with the world, and although she faced unexpected hardships, people still compliment her on her body. Jazzy Mejia is an artist, producer, and digital content creator. Her TikTok alone boasts over 390k followers and 93k followers on Instagram. She took to the social media platform to reveal her longterm BBL results. READ MORE PLASTIC SURGERYBUTT OUT Trolls shame me for ‘uneven hips’ but I spent thousands on BBL & I love my buttBBLOODY HELL I got a botched BBL - my stomach was ruined & the surgeon ignored my calls "Getting a BBL when it was 'trending,'" she wrote in the video. "Completely losing the BBL...
    A WOMAN has said she goes from a 2 to a 10 when she wears lingerie – but has a surprise in store. At the start of her cheeky TikTok video, she’s seen wearing a t-shirt and a pair of leggings. 3The TikToker asks for people to rate her in lingerieCredit: Tiktok/@rblondie33 3There's a surprise in store at the endCredit: Tiktok/@rblondie33 “Apparently I go from a 2 to a 10 in lingerie…what would you rate me,” she asks, as the build-up continues. But then at the end TikTok user @rblondie33 reveals she’s wearing the lingerie – but over her clothes. Despite the unexpected outcome, comments seem mostly positive with one fan saying she’s “definitely a 10 all the way”. It comes after another TikTok revealed she's often told that she goes from a humble two to an enviable ten the second she removes clothes and shows off her bikini body. READ MORE ON FABULOUS MADE UP I go from a solid 2 to a 10 when I do my make-up... people say it should be illegal To demonstrate, the gaming enthusiast...
    DO you have jeans tucked away in the back of your closet, waiting for the day you'll fit into them again? A fashion expert has revealed the wardrobe staples you need if you find yourself between sizes. 6Instagram user Merrick White shared her top fashion tips for when you find yourself between sizesCredit: Instagram/ merricksart 6Merrick advised viewers to invest in a pair of properly fitting jeans, regardless of their weightCredit: Instagram/ merricksart Instagram user Merrick White, who runs the account Merrick's Art, shared her top tips for shopping when you're in between sizes. "Whether you’re postpartum, put on some weight, are trying to lose weight, are going through menopause, or any other reason your size is shifting, you deserve to feel confident and happy," Merrick said. She continued: "You don’t have to buy a whole new wardrobe, but there are a few things to look for that will help you feel confident in a changing body." For her first tip, the Instagrammer recommended buying pants that fit you as you are currently. Read More LifestyleONCE IN A STYLE I’m...
    Eating your greens, scrapping takeaways and hitting the gym are the obvious go-to options in the quest to lose weight. But for anyone struggling to ditch a dress size, experts claim that there's a plethora of quirky hacks that could be of assistance. Two of the slightly more unusual ways to shed the pounds include eating off of red plates and sleeping in the dark. NHS GP Zak Waqar-Uddin, based in Lancashire, said there's no such thing as 'a quick fix' when it comes to weight loss — but agrees some of the more bizarre techniques could help.  He told MailOnline: 'Although some techniques may be seen as quirky, their benefit is established and proven.' Here, MailOnline guides you through some of the weirdest weight hacks. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Medical advice on giving Covid jabs to pregnant women has... Child cancer deaths have HALVED since late 80s thanks to... Babies are less likely to suffer croup if mother takes fish... NHS backlog would have been at 'alarming' levels...
    WHETHER you drink alcohol often or only once in a while - there are many benefits to your health if you cut out alcohol completely.  But what exactly happens when you stop drinking alcohol? Here's everything you need to know. What happens when you stop drinking alcohol? When you’re ready to stop, there are lots of benefits to your health - both short-term and long-term. But first, if you think you may be dependent on alcohol, you should consult your doctor or another medical professional. Being dependent on alcohol can cause physical withdrawal symptoms like shaking, sweating or nausea - if you have these symptoms, it can be dangerous to stop drinking completely too quickly without proper support. Every single person is different and withdrawal from alcohol will vary for everybody. 1Stopping drinking alcohol can have both short-term and long-term benefits for your health Here are the most common symptoms encountered after making the decision to stop - and these are often linked to the amount you drink: Anxiety Depression Bad dreams Difficulty thinking clearly Fatigue Feeling nervous Irritability or feelings...
     A TATTOO artist has warned customers of seven red flags they should be aware of before trusting someone to ink them. TikTokker Raina Jade - known as @_thepaintedlady_ - said that artists who make you feel disrespected or devalued should never be trusted to ink your body. 2Raina Jade warns people of seven red flags coming from tattoo artistsCredit: TIKTOK/_thepaintedlady_ 2Jade has thousands of followers and posts tattoo-related content on TikTokCredit: TIKTOK/_thepaintedlady_ “ A lot of you guys are worried to offend anyone and that's understandable,” she said. “That's scary, especially if you have to walk out because you can tell someone's not being sanitary or someone's being an a*******  to you.” “What's more important, offending someone or making sure that you don't get a s***** tattoo from a s***** person on your body?” “ Stand up for yourself. Leave, be honest, maybe that honesty will make them think and maybe that'll make them change." Read More on Tattoos TATT'S AWKS I wanted a cute tattoo - but realized my awkward mistake 3 YEARS laterHOW ABOUT TATT? Ink pro shows...
    Do you find you still get covered in bites during the summer even when you have covered yourself in mosquito repellent? Scientists may have figured out why, as it the bloodthirsty pests have evolved the ability to sniff out human body odour in more ways than one. Most animals smell with the 'olfactory receptors' in their nose or antennae, which each detect a single, unique scent particle. The receptors are connected to 'olfactory neurons' that transmit information about that particular odour to the brain. However, researchers from Rockefeller University in New York, USA, have discovered that the neurons in mosquito antennae are connected to multiple types of receptor.  This means that their neurons are activated by more than one chemical produced by humans, so if one type of receptor is knocked out, they can still track us down. Professor Leslie Vosshall, a senior author of the study, said: 'You need to work harder to break mosquitoes because getting rid of a single receptor has no effect.  'Any future attempts to control mosquitoes by repellents or anything else has to take...
    A DIET expert has shared five major mistakes you could be making when it comes to mixing food items. Luckily, there are ways to avoid these mistakes and others despite how common some of them may be. 2TikToker Kirti Tewani has shared five mistakes you could be making when it comes to mixing food itemsCredit: TikTok 2The Ayurveda expert said you should find sustainable diet choices rather than abiding by trendsCredit: Getty Kirti Tewani shared the tips in a TikTok video which has been viewed more than 140,000 times. The first mistake she shares involves the combination of milk and fruit. She says that milk takes longer to digest and shouldn't be paired with fruit. "Milk takes longer to digest where fruit digests very quickly," Tewani said. read more on dietWEIGHT UP Warning to anyone on a diet over common mistake that ups risk of silent killersEAT UP I’m a wellness expert and here’s how your diet is making you FAT "Now imagine that combination doing things to your stomach." Next, Tewani boldly said to stop enjoying your hot tea...
    A DOCTOR  has revealed why you should never share a towel with someone else this summer. Dr Sarah Welsh, from London, also cleared up whether you can catch sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in a swimming pool. 1CE5KM0 stainless steel metal handrail hand rail Swimming PoolCredit: Alamy The heatwave has thankfully passed, but with more warm summer days ahead, many Brits will be spending their time at pools or going on holiday. Dr Welsh, founder of the condom brand Hanx, warned that sharing a towel with someone after a dip is a bad idea. She said: “Avoid sharing towels because pubic lice could potentially spread through these, as well as sharing bedding or clothing." Pubic lice are tiny but you can sometimes see them crawling in the hair around the genitals. Read more on STIsKNICKERS IN A TWIST Warning as mysterious STI strikes up to 1 in 16 women They may also be found in the chest, armpits, face and eyelashes. While someone is receiving treatment for the so-called “crabs”, they should not share clothes, a bed, or things like razors...
    WE all have those friends who have the heating on in the summer. Some people “feel the cold” more than others - and if that’s you, it’s worth noting there could be a serious cause. 1If you always feel cold, it may be worth seeing the doctor, especially if there are other symptomsCredit: Getty Dr Peter Bidey, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, told Good Housekeeping that feeling very cold occasionally is nothing to worry about. But if it’s starting to interfere with your daily life - leaving you shivering at your desk or sleeping with an extra blanket in hot weather - it may be abnormal. If there are other symptoms, such as tingling in the hands and feet, frequent trips to the toilet or weight gain, there’s even more cause for concern. Dr Bidey said: “If you're feeling really fatigued on top of [being cold], or if you see changes in your hair, get short of breath or dizzy, start having changes in your bowel habits, with a combo of generally feeling really cold, you should probably go see...
    CAN you work a night shift and still get enough rest? It is all to do with your body clock. And a new book shows us how our internal clock controls everything we do. Russell Foster, Professor of Circadian Neuroscience at Oxford University, and author of Life Time, says: “Our body needs the right materials in the right places at the right times, and our body clock provides this structure. 5A new book shows us how our internal clock controls everything we do 5Good sleep is all to do with your body clock “A master clock in the brain regulates clocks throughout the body. It’s like an orchestra, and if you lose the conductor (the master clock) then the musicians play at the wrong times.” Here, he answers questions about our body clocks. Life Time, The New Science Of The Body Clock, And How It Can Revolutionize Your Sleep And Health, by Russell Foster (Penguin Life) is out now, priced £16.99. HOW CAN YOU BEAT JET LAG? OUR internal clock is set to the external world by light,...
    AS the temperature hots up this week, you might find yourself waking up covered in sweat. While being too hot is the usual culprit, there are other conditions that your drenched sheets could be down to. 1Sweating at night might make you feel as though you want to stick your head in the fridge - but there could be a reason - aside from the temperature as to why you're sweatingCredit: E+ - Getty The NHS says that most people who suffer with night sweats will not need treatment. For most people, opening the windows, using breathable fabrics and having a glass of water near your bed is likely to do the trick. It was previously found that night sweats had been a symptom of the Omicron coronavirus variant. If you think you have Covid then there are some groups that can still get a test for free and it's important to note that you might also experience night sweats due to illness like the flu. Read more on sleep RESTLESS NIGHT Millions losing sleep over bedroom temperature and a...
    EVER wondered why an important work meeting feels so much easier on say, the 7th of the month, than it does on the 20th?  Or why you’re so sociable one week yet two weeks later, you feel more introverted, preferring solitude and nights in? 1Better understanding your body clock can help you plan your monthCredit: Getty If you’re a menstruating female, then it could all be down to your infradian rhythm. This is a 28-day internal cycle that regulates your menstrual cycle and influences your mood, appetite, exercise choice, productivity, focus and even stress levels. No two days are the same in the body of a woman. But by attempting to work your schedule alongside the stage you’re at in your infradian rhythm, you’ll be able to optimise your wellbeing and live a happier, healthier and calmer life. Read more on healthRESET BUTTON I'm an expert and here's an easy way to reset your body clock in three nightsPOWER HOURS Almost everyone fits into six ‘power hour’ types – including ‘daytime sleepy’ It’s about supporting the inner functions of a...
    Google has unveiled technology that can read people's body movements to let devices 'understand the social context around them' and make decisions.  Developed by Google's Advanced Technology and Products division (ATAP) in San Francisco, the technology consists of chips built into TVs, phones and computers.  But rather than using cameras, the tech uses radar – radio waves that are reflected to determine the distance or angle of objects in the vicinity.    If built into future devices, the technology could turn down the TV if you nod off or automatically pause Netflix when you leave the sofa. Assisted by machine learning algorithms, it would also generally allow devices to know that someone is approaching or entering their 'personal space'.   Rather than using cameras, the tech uses radar - radio waves that are reflected to determine the distance or angle of objects in the vicinity Google has unveiled technology that can read people's body movements to let devices 'understand the social context around them' and make decisions, such as flashing up information when you walk by or turning down volume on  RADAR: HIGH-FREQUENCY...
    IF you have enough money, the likes of Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos want to take you on a trip to space. The prospect of space tourism is exciting but it's also raising a lot of legal and moral questions about what happens when things go wrong. 1Space tourism and longer space travel could result in more space deathsCredit: Getty Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic and Bezos's Blue Origin are just two companies offering space flights to celebrities and civilians. Elon Musk's SpaceX also took a group of civilians to space last year. Space may be becoming more accessible but the accessibility means people no longer need to go through the same rigorous training and medical checklist that astronauts have to. Space agencies are also hoping to send astronauts on much longer space missions than we've ever seen before. One of the main issues this raises is what happens if someone dies in space? Most read in News TechSAD LOSS A look at the life and sad passing of Satya Nadella's son Zain'GRAVE LOSS' Son of Microsoft CEO dies aged 26...
    THE human body can do all sorts of amazing things with itself, and growing a baby inside is one of them.  When the baby grows the mum's stomach grows with it - and it can become impossible to hide their round stomachs.  3Alene Fernandes revealed what appeared to be her pregnant stomach to her thousands of followers But one ‘mum-to-be’ is able to do a “jaw dropping” trick. Alene Fernandes shared a video of her pregnant self to her 131.6k TikTok followers, and it has left people in shock.  She captioned the video: “Being pregnant is tiring,” and then first filmed herself close up to the camera with her round stomach, appearing to be pregnant.  Alene, who is wearing a crop top and is visibly showing off her round stomach, then walks back so you can see her entire body.  FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED She then turns to the side, and then pulls her tummy back so that it is completely flat. Her face shape looks totally different, and it has left...
    WHILE flying is deemed to be safer than driving a car, sometimes the worse can happen mid-flight and a passenger can die. We explain what can happen when a traveller passes away, and what crew must do while in the air. 2 Despite billions of passengers flying every year, there are also approximately 50,000 dead bodies being flown around the worldCredit: Getty Images If someone falls sick on a plane, cabin crew are required to perform emergency medical care on that passenger. With planes being cramped spaces already, it can be difficult to do this discreetly, with medical attention such as CPR often done in the aisle of the plane or in the galley. We tried performing CPR on a plane for ourselves with British Airways - and the tight conditions make it a difficult experience for other passengers nearby. A Ryanair spokesperson told Sun Online: "All Ryanair aircraft carry first aid equipment, in full compliance with EU safety regulations, and all crew are trained in first aid procedures, including defibrillators, which are carried on board. "Should an incident occur...
    This is the moment a no-nonsense bulldog taught a boisterous puppy a lesson by body slamming him into the floor 'like something out of WWE'. Lucy Tilley-Toon, 43, filmed the moment her 10-week-old bulldog puppy Bruce launched himself from the sofa onto unsuspecting Keith's head in a bid to encourage him to play on January 2.  With lightning-quick reflexes seven-year-old Keith throws his head backwards while letting out a yelp of surprise and inadvertently flips Bruce 180 degrees. The 10-week-old bulldog puppy, called Bruce, was slammed to the ground by his seven-year-old companion, Keith, after jumping on his head at their home in Swadlincote, Derbyshire Unhurt by the wrestling move, Bruce flashes the camera a look of surprise and walks away as mother-of-two Lucy can be heard in fits of laughter. Since she shared the funny clip on Facebook with the caption '...what were we thinking getting another....WWE SMACKDOWN......' it has racked up more than 900 likes, shares and comments.  Lucy, from Swadlincote, Derbyshire, said: 'Bruce is always wanting to play and Keith is a very relaxed dog. 'Any attempts to play...
    IT'S a new year and a new you - and that means trying to steer clear of booze for a month. Dry January is a challenge plenty of people take on in an attempt to boost their health and balance out some of the festive fun. 1 Ditching alcohol can have a hugely positive impact on your health And if you've decided to ditch the booze for the next four weeks (three-and-a-half now, but who's counting), you may be wondering exactly what impact it's going to have on your body? As well as saving your bank balance, cutting out your weekly tipples will dramatically improve your health. Quitting alcohol will improve your skin, your liver function, your blood pressure, your sleeping patterns and even aid weight loss. Here, we look at exactly what happens to your body over the course of a month when you give up booze. Week one Improved sleep You'll wake up feeling a lot less tired and more energised after a week away from alcohol. This is because alcohol interrupts your normal sleep pattern and makes...
    STAYING hydrated is important and close to 60 per cent of our bodies are made up of H2O. The NHS states that water is a great drink as not only does it quench your thirst but it also contains no sugars that damage teeth. 1If you're not drinking enough water then it could have a negative impact on your health, experts have warnedCredit: Getty It's recommended that you drink 6-8 cups of fluid a day, with low-fat milk, sugar-free drinks and tea and coffee all contributing towards that. Shockingly, around 62 per cent of Brits say they don't drink water at all, even though it fuels our cells and keeps our mind and body functioning. But what actually happens if we don't get enough water and how will it affect your body? Here experts reveal the five ways a lack of H2O can have an impact on your health. 1. Brain fog Your brain is about 80 per cent water, so by keeping your body hydrated you are keeping your brain sharp, both in the short term and long term,...
    Menopause is a body change that is unique to every woman in her hormonal life cycle, but many would agree that it is one of the biggest factors in uprooting a good night’s sleep.   Sleep comes to us by way of the hormone melatonin, however, the melatonin production capacity becomes far less robust as women age.  Missing out on sleep can have a negative affect on our overall health, from low mood to making us more prone to serious medical conditions including obesity, heart disease, diabetes and high blood pressure.  Leading psychologist and mindfulness expert, Hope Bastine, who is also resident expert at sleep tech firm SIMBA, has shared her top tips for getting a better night's kip with FEMAIL. Leading psychologist and mindfulness expert, Hope Bastine, who is also resident expert at sleep tech firm SIMBA, has shared her top tips for getting a better night's kip with FEMAIL  Pictured: stock image Dial down the thermostat  With energy bills on the rise, hearing that the key to a better night’s rest lies in curating a nice cool bedroom could be...
    (CNN)You finished eating dinner 15 minutes before your run, and now you're cramping and gasping for air. Maybe early morning is your only time to work out, but you woke up hangry and don't know if you can make it through a weightlifting session.Determining how to time your eating to maximize exercise benefits can feel tricky. Here, fitness experts share tips that can help you cut stress and discomfort out of the equation and give your body the fuel it needs. Whether and how soon you should eat before working out depends on the intensity of the exercise you'll be doing. A man wearing a fitness tracker prepares a protein shake."If you're looking at a very high-intensity workout, you're going to need to have fuel in order to be able to utilize that glucose, the sugar, for energy," said physical therapist Nicholas Rolnick. Glucose, which we mainly get from carbohydrate-rich foods, is our body's primary source of fuel. "If you're not giving your body the fuel that it needs in order to maximally exert yourself in those short periods...
    With drinking at an all time high during the pandemic, more Brits than ever will be considering ditching booze for a month for Sober October.   Dr Harriet Bradley, Medical Director at the digital healthcare provider Livi, told FEMAIL how after just one week of sobriety your sleep and energy levels will improve while noticing fewer headaches. After week two acid reflux will improve, while huge changes can occur in week three - including weight loss and reversed liver damage and after a month without alcohol, you are likely to have better skin and lower blood pressure.  Meanwhile, Lou Sommereux, who is both Clinical Director at Cosmex Clinic in Cambridge and a former mental health nurse revealed the impacts that drinking can have on your appearance and mental health.  She said: 'A glass of wine at the end of a hard day at work may seem great, but it can easily transcend into more if you feel stressed, and overtime - for some - become a dependency. Alcohol is often used as a coping mechanism to suppress feelings or alleviate them, and I would suggest...
    Will anyone who knew you when you walked the earth be there to bury or cremate you when your time comes? For too many in the D.C. region and around the U.S., the answer is: No. A six-month investigation by The Washington Post found that tens of thousands of people die in the country every year with no one to bury or cremate them, forcing state, county and local governments to handle those arrangements. Maryland is one of the few states that tracks the number of unclaimed bodies. The State Anatomy Board told WTOP that 2,510 bodies went unclaimed last year. That’s approximately 3% to 4% of all deaths recorded in the state. The board said the number of people who die without anyone claiming their remains has increased steadily over the past few years. On average, Maryland spends between $1 million and $2 million a year managing the bodies left unclaimed. Virginia doesn’t track the number of unclaimed bodies in the state. It leaves that, along with the final handling of remains, to the commonwealth’s counties, cities and towns....
    A MORTICIAN has revealed what happens to breast implants and hip replacements when you die - and you won’t believe it. Caitlin Doughty, also known as Ask A Mortician on YouTube, has been giving views answers to bizarre questions for years now but this is definitely one of the most morbid. 1Caitlin Doughty reveals what happens to certain false body parts when we die Breast implants are usually cremated with the body, but do have the potential to melt and leave a ‘gelatinous goo’ stuck to the bottom of the machine. Pacemakers, it would seem, never actually make it into the cremation machines as the batteries and intense heat would cause a ‘boom.’ Ask A Mortician said: “When I was a crematory operator I would never trust the authorisation form to tell us whether the deceased had a pacemaker, I would usually just feel on their chest as it would be sticking out and use a scalpel to remove it.” But it's slightly better news for those with hip replacements, as the titanium actually survives the cremation and remains all in...
    A personal trainer has revealed what really happens to your body when you give up carbohydrates, and the positive and negative effects you can expect when you cut them almost completely. Rachael Attard, from Sydney, explained that while a low-carb diet can be beneficial for many body types looking to lose weight, it can also cause some difficult side effects - including headaches, digestive issues and short-term fatigue. Instead of cutting them altogether, Rachael explained that a better approach is to limit your intake of specific carbs and time them around when you're working out so your body uses the energy effectively. A personal trainer has revealed what really happens to your body when you give up carbohydrates, and the positive and negative effects you can expect (Rachael Attard pictured) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Executive chef at top restaurant Totti's reveals the secret... Your spring staple: Shoppers are racing to buy this stylish... Young marketing manager, 25, with an investment portfolio of... Psychologist reveals the five tricks that get him...
    Resting is key for body recomposition. Getty/Peter Griffith Losing fat and building muscle simultaneously is possible if you avoid common pitfalls. Ensure you don't drop your calories too low and eat enough protein. Strength training regularly tells your body to hold on to muscle. Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. To lose fat, you need to eat in a calorie deficit. The best way to build muscle, however, is by eating in a calorie surplus while training. Trying to achieve both at once — known as body recomposition — is challenging, but not impossible. Unless you're new to strength training, the likelihood is that you'll lose some muscle while also losing fat, personal trainer and transformation coach Jono Castano told Insider. However, it's possible to maintain muscle while losing fat, lowering your body fat percentage, if you avoid some common pitfalls. Dropping...
    “Never greet a stranger at night because it could be a demon.” With those thirteen words of the Talmud, the vision that the ancient world had about the night is perfectly summarized. Natural terrain of thugs, thieves and murderers, when the sun went down civilization stopped. For centuries, in many European cities it was forbidden to work at night. Later we beat the dark. In Europe, almost one in four workers does it at night, according to a study. Only in Spain, in 2020 more than 1.9 million people worked night shifts totally or partially, according to the INE Labor Force Survey. During these last thirty years, growth has been increasing in all Western countries (although in Spain there has been a certain downward trend since 2020). The world has radically changed. cities no longer sleep, the economy never stops, but curiously we are discovering that the Talmud had a point: the night hides “demons” that in a world open 24 hours a day take on the form of serious quality of life and health problems. A ticking...
    It’s no secret to say that Type 2 diabetes can affect the energy levels of those who have it. The truth is that fatigue as such is a common symptom of diabetes, there are many reasons why diabetes can cause it, among which are: changes in blood sugar levels, other symptoms of diabetes, complications of diabetes, mental and emotional problems, sleep disorders and being overweight. It should be mentioned that fatigue and tiredness are not the same. When a person is tired, they usually feel better after resting. For its part, fatigue that tends to become chronic occurs when rest does not alleviate the feeling of exhaustion and lethargy. According to the Diabetes Society of America (ADA), a study showed that 61% of people with type 2 diabetes (recently diagnosed), reported fatigue as a symptom. In fact the same study determined that fatigue is the second most common symptom in this group. Diabetes affects the way the body regulates and uses blood sugar. When a person eats, the body breaks down food into simple sugars or glucose. In people...
    They found him unconscious in his cell and two doctors from the prison they left him for dead. The forensic surgeon of the Institute of Legal Medicine (IML) of Oviedo who appeared at the scene also thought the same. The judge, therefore, authorized the removal of the body and proceeded to transfer it to the IML to carry out the autopsy. It is not clear if it was during the transfer to the morgue or just after entering it, the people responsible for the body they realized that the man was breathing. Montoya was immediately taken to the Central University Hospital of Asturias, where he remained in the ICU until the 24th due to pneumonia and kidney problems. What happened to the prisoner? Why was he left for dead if he wasn’t? The most repeated argument those days was that Montoya suffered an episode of catalepsy. Catalepsy is a nervous disorder that causes the person to not respond to physical stimuli, present muscular rigidity and their bodily functions slow down. That does not mean that he does not have vital...
    Health experts have revealed six changes that happen to your body when you stop drinking coffee - and the first is not a welcome one. Studies from doctors, dentists and nutritionists were compiled In a blog post on Australian wellness website, Bed Threads, to show how quitting or reducing your intake of caffeine can improve your sleep, energy, hydration and mental wellbeing. The report warns you will start to feel anxious and irritable 12 to 24 hours after your last cup, but once the initial withdrawal period has passed you will notice yourself feeling more rested with greater focus and a clearer head. Experts say giving up coffee will also leave teeth your whiter and reduce blood pressure, a positive effect for your overall health. Studies from doctors, dentists and nutritionists show how quitting or reducing your intake of caffeine can improve your sleep, energy, hydration and mental wellbeing 1. You'll start to feel anxious While the long-term benefits of quitting caffeine cannot be overstated, experts say you are likely to experience heightened anxiety in the early days of your...
    IT'S a topic many avoid talking about, but it is surprisingly fascinating to understand the process of death. Discussing dying is a taboo subject, but knowing what the biological elements are and why they happen can make it less scary. 1The process of death is often seen as a scary topic, but it doesn't have to be when you understand what happensCredit: Corbis Documentary - Getty Little is known about any possible afterlife and what happens when we die, but we do know what happens to our bodies... Step one, the heart stops and the blood pools in the body. When a heart stops beating is when doctors officially declare a person dead. If the death happens while in hospital, the time will be confirmed when the heart has stopped. After this point, the rest of the body will begin to die, as blood pools in the arteries and veins due to no longer being pumped around the body. Then the body begins to change colour, as everything shuts down. Thanks to gravity, the blood which is starting to settle...
    Jeff Bezos is stepping down as Amazon CEO. Hell still have huge power at the company 15 States Spending the Most on Parks and Recreation 4 Cards With Massive Sign Up Bonuses (Get $200 Fast) Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/6 SLIDES © Provided by Eat This, Not That! What Happens to Your Body When You Eat Frozen Dinners After a hectic, jam-packed day, the last thing you want to do is cook yourself a homemade meal. And while another easy option is to order takeout, you may not feel like you would make it another hour without waiting. That's where frozen dinners come in. You can have a full meal from the comfort of your home in just minutes—what could be better than that? Well, we'll tell you: Although they're incredibly convenient, eating frozen dinners regularly may not do your body as many favors as they do your busy schedule. We spoke to registered dietitians to learn of the side effects of eating frozen...
    Thomas Barwick/Getty Images As temperatures rise, it's important to know how to beat the weather.  Overheating can lead to heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke.  Drink plenty of fluids and stay out of the sun when the weather is extreme. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Heat waves are sweeping the globe. The Pacific Northwest, in particular, saw record-breaking temperatures this week, as cities including Portland, Seattle, and Eugene, Oregon hit over 100 degrees Fahrenheit for days in a row.  Many residents found themselves without shelter from the heat. (Houses in the region typically do not come equipped with air-conditioning.) According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), higher temperatures are linked to respiratory problems and heat-related syndromes, which can be particularly deadly for younger children and elderly people.  Being vigilant about the signs of heat stroke and understanding how to prevent it can be lifesaving as temperatures continue to rise this summer. Overheating begins with heat cramps, fatigue, and dehydration The Mayo Clinic says there are three stages to heat stroke: heat cramps, heat exhaustion,...
    Pushing yourself until you can't lift another rep may maximize muscle growth, but it can also put you at risk of injury and fatigue. Mikel Taboada/Getty Images Working out to failure (or, until you can't do another rep of an exercise) may boost fitness gains. However, it can increase your risk of injury, and potentially worsen fatigue and muscle soreness.  An expert said you can get the best fitness results by training to failure sparingly, if it all.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Working out to failure is a common point of pride among gym rats, who thrive on pushing through as much exercise as possible until they physically can't do another rep.  If that sounds like a nightmare, you're in luck — you don't need to exercise yourself to exhaustion to get results. Although it can be a helpful tool, according to Jessica Mazzucco, a New York City based personal trainer, it should be done carefully to avoid side effects. "Working out to failure can be beneficial if your body can still maintain exercising several...
    (The Conversation)Getting in shape isn't easy. But after all that hard work, how long do we actually maintain it? Turns out that even the great effort we put into training, taking a bit of time off can mean that we become "unfit" much faster than it took us to actually get in shape.To understand how the body becomes "unfit," we first need to understand how we become fit. The key to becoming fitter -- whether that's improving cardiovascular fitness or muscular strength -- is to exceed "habitual load." This means doing more than our body is used to. The stress that this has on our body makes us adapt and become more tolerant, leading to higher fitness levels.READ MORE: Going back to the gym: how to avoid injuries after lockdownThe time it takes to get fit depends on a number of factors, including fitness levels, age, how hard you work and even environment. But some studies do indicate that even just six sessions of interval training can lead to increases in maximal oxygen uptake (V02 max) -- a measure of...
    This article was medically reviewed by Jason R. McKnight, MD, MS, a family medicine physician and clinical assistant professor at Texas A&M College of Medicine.  Medically Reviewed Reviewed By Check Mark Icon A check mark. It indicates that the relevant content has been reviewed and verified by an expert Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate and useful information about your health and wellness. For more information, visit our medical review board. To get more sleep, you should maintain a regular sleep schedule and stop drinking alcohol. JGI/Tom Grill/Getty Images During REM sleep, your heart rate increases, your blood pressure elevates, and your eyes move.  REM sleep may also be the time when your brain processes emotions and solidifies memories. Your body cycles between REM sleep and non-REM sleep throughout the night.  Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. Sleeping may feel like rest, but while your eyes are closed your body is actually hard at work. While you are sleeping your body cycles through two phases of sleep—rapid eye movement (REM) sleep and...
    YOU get what you pay for, right? Well, not exactly. While there are some things in life worth splurging on, like perfumes, a good mattress and well-fitting shoes, sometimes, you can’t beat an affordable brand (tell us Cadbury isn’t the tastiest chocolate…). 11When it comes to these beauty staples - you don’t need to break the bankCredit: Getty - Contributor They might not always be the best looking, but as the saying goes, you shouldn’t judge a book – or beauty product – by its cover. Saving money in certain areas means you can then afford to spend more where it really makes a difference. When it comes to these beauty buys, you don’t need to break the bank.  Dry Shampoo There’s a reason Batiste sells more than two cans of its dry shampoo every second. It might not have been the first of its kind, but as far as I’m concerned, it’s the best. 11Batiste sells more than two cans of its dry shampoo every second Batiste Dry Shampoo Original, £2.99 from Tesco - buy now If you’re going...
    This article was medically reviewed by Lauren Demosthenes, MD, OB-GYN, senior medical director at Babyscripts. Medically Reviewed Reviewed By Check Mark Icon A check mark. It indicates that the relevant content has been reviewed and verified by an expert Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate and useful information about your health and wellness. For more information, visit our medical review board. Right before you ovulate, your basal body temperature will increase slightly. imagenavi/Getty Images Ovulation is when you're most fertile and typically occurs halfway through your menstrual cycle.  Ovulation symptoms include spotting, pain, and changes in cervical mucus and body temperature.  Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. Knowing when you're ovulating — when your ovaries release an egg — can help you determine the best to get pregnant or avoid unprotected sex.  Ovulation, which typically occurs four days before or after the halfway point of your menstrual cycle, only lasts 12 to 24 hours. However, sperm can live inside the female reproductive system for five days. This is why...
    A personal trainer has revealed what happens to your body without enough sleep - and how to create a simple night-time routine that will benefit your health. In a recent post on her website, Sydney fitness coach Rachael Attard warned of the many risks associated with lack of sleep, including weight gain, a weakened immune system and an increased risk of chronic diseases including cancer and diabetes. Over time, she said not getting enough sleep can exacerbate mental health issues such as anxiety and depression, as well as making you irritable and unable to concentrate. Experts advise adults to get between seven and nine hours of sleep each night, and Rachael said there are five things you can do before hitting the hay to ensure you're getting the most out of your rest. Scroll down for video Australian personal trainer Rachael Attard (pictured) has warned that a lack of sleep can lead to weight gain, a weakened immune system and an increased risk of chronic diseases Sleep deprivation has been linked to a plethora of physical and mental health...
    Import prices jump 1.2% in March and add to rising U.S. inflation 2022 Nissan GT-R NISMO Special Edition Unveiled Amazing Device Lights Up Countertops And Fixes Dark Kitchens Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/7 SLIDES © Provided by Eat This, Not That! What Happens to Your Body When You Eat Watermelon It doesn't get much better than biting into a crisp, juicy watermelon on a hot summer day. These red-fleshed fruits are a staple of barbecues and pool parties for their refreshing taste, hydrating quench, and hand-held convenience. Watermelon can be part of almost any healthy diet—after all, they're low-calorie, allergen-free, and even low-carb. And you might be surprised to learn that, amidst all that water, watermelon offers significant amounts of micronutrients. Then again, eating too much of this summertime favorite can come with some drawbacks. Here are six things that may happen to your body when you eat watermelon. And for more good-for-you foods, check out our list of The 7 Healthiest...
    Kim Potter: Heres what we know about the officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright Dont panic over Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause, experts say. Chances of blood clot is less than 1 in a million. Amazing Device Lights Up Countertops And Fixes Dark Kitchens Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/6 SLIDES © Provided by Eat This, Not That! What Happens To Your Body When You Eat Whey Protein Powder After you've completed a strenuous workout, the first thing you want to do is replenish your muscles with an appropriate amount of protein and carbs. An easy way to do this is to whip up a whey protein shake, but is it the best move for your overall health? Registered dietitians and other health experts advise against eating more than 30 grams of protein per sitting for the average person, as that's about how much the body can digest at a time. Unlike carbs and fats, protein cannot be stored in the body. Luckily, protein powders...
    This Is The State Where People Are Working From Home 2022 Volkswagen Tiguan Find remote work solutions with Surface Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/6 SLIDES © Provided by Eat This, Not That! What Happens To Your Body When You Eat Pasta Sauce Is there anything quite as easy of a weeknight meal as pasta and marinara sauce? We'd argue no. And while you may think you're settling when you serve the family something as simple as pasta and a bit of tomato sauce, you can surely keep your head high. Cooked tomatoes in pasta sauce is actually an incredibly healthful food—and one that surely deserves a place in your diet. Read on to learn more about why you'll soon wish it could be pasta night every night, and for more on how to eat healthy, make sure you avoid these 100 Unhealthiest Foods on the Planet. Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!
    It could take until the end of the year to vaccinate all US adults against Covid, CNN analysis shows Broadband use surged more than 30% during pandemic, industry group says The modern workplace starts with Surface for Business Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Eat This, Not That! What Happens To Your Body When You Eat Red Onion If you had to choose between a red and yellow onion, which one would you choose? While each variety offers its own magic to different dishes, red onions pack a special bite. Whether you pickle them or chop them up and toss them into fresh salsa, a red onion can be enjoyed in myriad ways. But what exactly happens when you eat red onion with your meal? Below, we've pinpointed just four things (good and bad) that you could experience after you eat red onion. Here's what you need to know, and for even more helpful tips, be sure to check out our list of...
    As the human body consists of nearly 60 per cent water, it is essential to maintain health and wellbeing by drinking at least two litres of water each day. Sydney general practitioner Dr Dasha Fielder told FEMAIL most adults should aim to drink between 2.5 to three litres in order to maintain optimum hydration. Dr Fielder said drinking water will help hydrate the kidneys, improve digestion and gut health, rejuvenate the skin and avoid feeling fatigued. 'We lose a lot of water by drinking caffeinated drinks, such as teas and coffees, and overnight while sleeping – so we need to replenish this throughout the day,' she said. Sydney general practitioner Dr Dasha Fielder told FEMAIL most adults should aim to drink up to three litres per day in order to maintain optimum hydration Maintain kidney health and flush out toxins Dr Fielder said drinking at least two litres of water will hydrate the body and help maintain kidney health, which is the first step towards other wellbeing benefits. 'Kidney function is essential for metabolism and toxin excretion – and...
    An Australian personal trainer has revealed what really happens to your body when you're stressed, and the common warning signs that you need to slow down. Rachael Attard, from Sydney, said there are many things that can contribute to your feeling constantly stressed - from being over-worked to dealing with discrimination, relationship turmoil or even emotional trauma. But while a little stress can be good to provoke our 'fight or flight response', repeated prolonged stress is never beneficial, and it can lead to everything from weight gain to digestive issues, heart problems and a weakened immune system. 'The effects of stress can have a serious impact on your life,' Rachael wrote on her website.  The PT detailed the signs something is wrong, and what you can do about it. An Australian personal trainer has revealed what really happens to your body when you're stressed, and the common warning signs that you need to slow down (Rachael Attard pictured) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Savvy couple reveal how they transformed their home for an... ...
    A WOMAN has shared four body language secrets that “turn men on”, including how to sit and walk.  TikTok user @patricia.cnr uploaded a video of “dating hacks”, including the hand gesture you should do when ordering food.  10TikTok user @patricia.cnr showed four handy tips to turning men onCredit: @patricia.cnr/Tiktok According to the confidence expert, the first trick women should do is to swing their hips when they walk.  She wrote: “You got hips? Use them.” The next hack showed how women should stand in order to attract attention from the opposite sex.  Patricia advised you should make your body into an “S” shape, with one hip popped out to the side and your opposite shoulder dipped.  10She showed how you should swing your hips when you moveCredit: @patricia.cnr/Tiktok 10Patricia showed how women should use their hips to grab attentionCredit: @patricia.cnr/Tiktok 10The TikTok showed how standing in an 'S' shape is key to impressingCredit: @patricia.cnr/Tiktok The expert’s next tip was linked to sitting, and she said women should avoid hunching over their body with their legs tucked under them.  Instead, you...
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