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A Fat-Burning Diet Chart To Lose Weight This Winter



People hardly get time to eat food nowadays due to their hectic schedule. Whenever they become free from their work, they often go to the restaurants to satisfy their hunger with the mouth-watering hamburgers or pizzas. Such foods are not at all healthy for the body as these are cooked in a unhygienic environment. The cooks generally use lots of butter and oil which creates fat when consumed. Inappropriate cooking techniques also make the food unhealthy. Recent research has stated that obesity is the mother of various harmful and untreatable diseases. This also leads to heart attack and bad mental health. Check out these tips to lose that extra weight and stay healthy.

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Try Cooking With Coconut Oil

Try Cooking With Coconut Oil

Coconut oil contains special kind of fats which improve the metabolism of a person. Do not add this oil to an already prepared food. Coconut oil is known to be thermogenic which helps to boost the energy expenditure in the body.

Say Yes To The Healthy And Nutritious Vegetables And Fruits!

Say Yes To The Healthy And Nutritious Vegetables And Fruits!

Fruits and vegetables are good for the body. Have some fruits in the breakfast in an empty stomach. It is not advised to eat fruits just after any meal. Staying away for the vegetables will only make a person obese and unhealthy.

Go For Eggs In The Morning

Go For Eggs In The Morning

Intake of protein is essential for the proper functioning of the body. The best and popular source of these are whole eggs. They satisfy the hunger and also keep the stomach full for a longer period. This helps in reducing the weight.

Cut Down Sugar For Good

Cut Down Sugar For Good

Avoid sugar-containing drinks like cold drinks, tea, coffee, packaged juices etc. It is better to stop the intake of alcohol as it damages the body parts and makes a person fat. So, it is beneficial to cut down bed tea from the daily schedule. If its a habit, then one can enjoy the beverages with the meal.

Eat Dry Fruits When Hungry

Eat Dry Fruits When Hungry

Keep a small packet of nuts and eat them whenever hungry. Nuts have high calories and that is why many people keep them out of their diet plan. But, this is surely a big mistake. Adding them to the plan can help in fat burning in the long run. Do not munch on the snacks that contain oil and sugar. Replace them with the healthy options like nuts and dry fruits instead.

Do Not Ditch Breakfast

Do Not Ditch Breakfast

The first meal of the day that is the breakfast should be taken seriously. It must not be missed in any condition. There are several healthy options for breakfast. Out of these, yoghurt or porridge can be considered.

Exercise Is The Best Option

Exercise Is The Best Option

Who does not want to burn fat and fit in the favourite dress! Well, exercise can help in burning the excess calories from the body. Aerobic and cardio exercises are of great help. Keep in mind that these are worth the time and efforts. So take out some time every day and lose some weight with exercises.

Take Benefits Of Green Tea

Take Benefits Of Green Tea

Green tea contains a variety of antioxidants that not only help in reducing the weight but also fill the body with the important biological effects. It also has a little caffeine.

Drink Water To Stay Fit

Drink Water To Stay Fit

Water helps in making the digestive system strong. It also aids in the detoxifying process and hence, doctors advice the intake of eight to nine glasses of water. To flush out the toxic material from the body, water plays a major role. It contains no calories and a little amount of sodium. It clears the system and improves the metabolic process. Also, add some lemon or honey to the water for better taste. Coconut water fights weight loss and dehydration. It is filled with powerful nutrients and that is why it is a healthy option.

Stay fit following the above-mentioned tips. It is often advised to take precaution while eating the food. The doctors and dieticians think that crash diet is not good for the health at all as there are no shortcuts to fit body. People often go to diet and stop eating food. This is the worst way to lose weight as it can harm the body.

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Role of Insulin in Treating Diabetes




role of insulin

Insulin is a very important hormone present in our body which helps in the digestion of food and prevents us from diabetes or high sugar disease.

What is the Role of Insulin?

This hormone is secreted by the pancreas at times when we eat food which contains carbohydrates. After the secretion, it helps in the metabolism by converting extra sugar of the body into different by-products. Some of the common by-products are lipids and proteins. In this way, it maintains the level of sugar in the body and prevents us from a disease called Diabetes Mellitus.

Now I am going to mention, what happens if the insulin is present in excess or vice versa. As we all know, balance is important everywhere for the proper functioning. Let’s discuss this in detail.

Insulin Excess

If due to any disorder excess of insulin is produced by the body the level of sugar in the body decreases. As this converts lots of sugar into by-products which could cause a deficiency of it and many metabolic and nervous disorders.

Lack of Insulin

Lack of insulin could also be harmful to the body. If there isn’t enough insulin in the body the sugar level is not controlled, and it could be converted into glucose from its by-products. This increases the level of glucose in the blood which could cause Diabetes if it remains for a long time.


Proper Insulin function is very important for the survival of us. With increased age the risk of diabetes is increased, that is why we must take some precautions to avoid it.

Following are some of the preventive measures which everyone must follow:

  • Avoid Smoking
  • Avoid Excess of Alcohol
  • Do Regular Exercise
  • Keep a balance in Diet
  • Eat Health Food

If you follow these tips, the insulin will work properly and your risk of being Diabetics reduces.

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World Cancer Day 2018 (4th February). “We can. I can.” Supported by Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur, Marie-Joëlle Magne and Ronning Against Cancer



Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur, Marie-Joëlle Magne and Ronning Against Cancer, World Cancer Day 2018 (Sunday 4 February) : “We Can I can” take action against the world’s most deadly disease (8.2 million people die from cancer worldwide every year)


Paris, France, Sunday 4 February 2018 – Press Release


Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur, Marie-Joëlle Magne and the project Ronning Against Cancer will participate at the World Cancer Day 2018 on Sunday, February 4 with the theme “We Can I can” through an online campaign on their website ( / social media ‘Twitter


:  – Facebook : “We Can I can” take action against the world’s most deadly disease (8.2 million people die from cancer worldwide every year).


Cancer is the uncontrolled growth and spread of cells. It can affect almost any part of the body. The growths often invade surrounding tissue and can metastasize to distant sites.


Many cancers can be prevented by avoiding exposure to common risk factors, such as tobacco smoke. In addition, a significant proportion of cancers can be cured, by surgery, radiotherapy or chemotherapy, especially if they are detected early.



What is World Cancer Day ?


World Cancer Day takes place every year on 4 February and is the single initiative under which the world can unite to raise the profile of cancer in a positive and inspiring way.


Coordinated by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), World Cancer Day is this year taking place under the tagline ‘We can. I can.’ and explores how everyone – as a collective or as individuals – can do their part to reduce the global burden of cancer. Just as cancer affects everyone in different ways, everyone has the power to take action to reduce the impact that cancer has. World Cancer Day is a chance to reflect on what you can do, make a pledge and take action.


Why World Cancer Day is important ?


  1. Currently, 8.2 million people die from cancer worldwide every year, out of which, 4 million people die prematurely (aged 30 to 69 years).


  1. World Cancer Day is the ideal opportunity to spread the word and raise the profile of cancer in people’s minds and in the world’s media .


Join us (Team Ronald Tintin, Ronning Against Cancer, Super Professeur) to show that together ‘We can. I can.’ make a difference in the fight against cancer on 4 February, World Cancer Day.



About “Ronning Against Cancer”


Ronald Tintin, Marie-Joëlle Magne and Ronning Against Cancer, World Cancer Day 2018 (4 February) : “We Can I can” take action against the world’s most deadly disease (8.2 million people die from cancer worldwide every year)


The project “Ronning Against Cancer” was created by Ronald Tintin. It is a Charity Organization – nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting people with breast cancer and other cancers, to support cancer charities and raise funds for research, to promote Education, to support support efforts to end violence against women and girls worldwide. They provide information, support and campaign about breast cancer. “Never give up and be stronger against Breast Cancer,” says Ronald, who’s also the founder of Super Professeur ( ).


“ Together, we can get rid of cancer; we are not alone. Together, we are stronger.”


For more information on how to get involved, please visit:



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Ronald Tintin, Ronning Against Cancer, Super Professeur

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Kiss The Ground: A Shocking Interview




Distresses of desertification

Would you believe it if you were told that 2/3rds of the earth have reached “desertification”, the man-made process of turning fertile land into a desert? Would you take a step back to catch your breath if you heard that the “green revolution” which brought us GMO’s, chemical sprays, corn, and soy backfired? Does it seem far-fetched to consider that the recent refugee crisis in Syria was a result of man-made desertification?

Maybe you doubt it. But maybe you should think again.

Author and award-winning film director Josh Tickell answered a handful of the burning questions that we had in regards to his book, KISS THE GROUND, which has also been made into a feature documentary film of the same name. Many in Hollywood and beyond, such as Giselle Bundchen, Dr. Mark Hyman, Vani Hari ( the gal who revealed the chemical in Subway rolls and had them change it with public outcry), Amy Smart and Francis Fisher, have hoped on board to preach the KISS THE GROUND gospel, spreading the word of how changes to your diet, kitchen and your day-to-day life directly affect our planet for the better or worse.

Author of Kiss The Ground, Josh Tickell, was glad to clear some things up:


DC LIFE MAGAZINE: How can it be that we can reverse climate change?


Actress Francis Fisher reads from Kiss The Ground

Josh Tickell: We need to start thinking about carbon in the atmosphere as a specific quantity. Usually, we speak about CO2 as a concentration (example: 400 parts per million). While ppm is useful as a level, it doesn’t give us a clear goal. Here’s a more helpful way to look at it: to date humankind has put about 1,500 Gigatons (billion tons) of CO2 into the atmosphere. We’ll put at least another 500 Gigatons up there before any real efforts get underway to sequester CO2. While these numbers are still approximate, 2,000 Gigatons gives us a clear quantity. Next question: where do we put it?

The largest carbon “sinks” are the oceans and the soils of planet Earth. Unfortunately, the oceans are maxed.

DC: There is a relation to Syria’s refugee crisis here. How so?

JT: The underlying water resources of any region including aquifers are governed by the interactions between the soil and the plants on the soil. The Syrian refugee crisis is a knock-on effect of the man-made process of “desertification” in which land is cleared of vegetation, drained of water and turned into desert. Desertification has dried out much of the once-fertile Middle East including the very birthplace of agriculture, the Fertile Crescent.

In the case of Syria, as wells went dry and farmers fled to the cities, the nation became unstable. From there, Syria has disintegrated in a similar way to the twenty-some-odd civilizations that have practiced what I call “desertification-based agriculture.” It bears mention that, while the United States is not currently on the list of fallen civilizations due to mismanagement of their soil resources, our country is rapidly desertifying its arable soils.

DC: Kiss The Ground reveals to us that since 1980 we’ve lost 1/3 of earth’s farmable land. Why?

JT: When the soil is left bare or exposed, as is the case in most agriculture, we lose soil due to erosion through water runoff or wind carrying the soil away. Once the topsoil is gone, often what is left is rocky, hard subsoil. This is not farmable and leads directly to desertification. The “green revolution” of genetically modified organisms and exponentially more chemicals that began in the late 1970s and has continued through today has accelerated this process. The promise of more calories per acre was achieved but at the cost of destroying a huge percentage of the world’s land. This is particularly scary when you consider that population during the same period of time has ballooned. Exponentially more people and less land is a formula for a global crisis.

DC: Cancer has been linked to industrial agriculture in what way?

JT: There are a plethora of toxic chemicals that are sprayed on food as

pesticides, herbicides, and insecticides. In the United States, it amounts to about 1 billion pounds annually or about 3 pounds per person per year. There are over 200 peer-reviewed studies that correlate the spraying of these toxic chemicals with health effects including Hodgkin’s lymphoma, pediatric cancer, and so on.


Actress Amy Smart

DC: What tips can you share about watching the foods we put into our bodies?

JT: Most importantly, do not eat anything that comes from a factory meat farm. These are probably the most toxic forms of food in terms of concentrated chemicals (from the soy and corn that is sprayed, which is then eaten by cows and chickens, which are themselves also sprayed). Pasture-raised meat is far healthier (but make sure it is “grass-finished”). There’s much more, and it’s all detailed in the book.

DC: Understanding this is revolutionary. How can we challenge a skeptic into opening their mind to these findings?

JT: We find a lot of people waking up to the power of soil because it is a multi-disciplinary solution. It doesn’t matter if you care more about global warming, or health, or water retention or abating fires or feeding the world – the soil is the key to solving all of these challenges.

DC: How can we get involved?
JT: Read the book. Watch the movie. Join the nonprofit. Save the soil, save the world.

Book trailer featuring Gisele Bundchen:

Visit KISS THE GROUND here:  https:/

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