Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is an omega-3 fatty acid that is a primary structural component of the human brain, cerebral cortex, skin, and retina. In physiological literature, it is given the name 22:6(n-3). It can be synthesized from alpha-linolenic acid or obtained directly from maternal milk (breast milk), fish oil, or algae oil. DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) … Continue reading What’s DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) ?
*information obtained from African-American Healthy by Richard Walker Jr, M.D Whenever possible, buy whole-food based supplements due to synthethic vitamins and minerals lacking the complentary elements that help your body reconginze and use each nutrient properly. Due to this supplements being filled with synthetic ingredients, your body has a hard time recognizing and processing this … Continue reading Whole-Food Based Supplements
*information obtained from African-American Healthy by Richard Walker Jr, M.D Located in the neck, the thyroid gland is responsible for producing hormones that regulate the body's metabolism. Hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid gland) can cause fatigue, dry skin, poor memory, and weight gain. In order to lose weight, sometimes you must consider more than just the typical … Continue reading Hypothyroidism
Chemical pollutants can effect the regulation of weight in a number of ways. From the pesticides used in food production to the chemicals used by the plastic industry such as phthalates and bisphenol A, which are harmful synthetic substances that find their way into the human body daily; which slowly alter the body's ability to … Continue reading Environmental Toxins
The human body reacts to perceived threats by secreting hormone such as cortisol as part of the natural fight or flight response. In short bursts, this hormone is beneficial, providing energy, increased immunity, and heightened memory. However, prolonged periods of raised cortisol activity are very destructive, resulting in high blood pressure, lower immunity and impaired … Continue reading STRESS
*information obtained from African-American Healthy by Richard Walker Jr, M.D Water is an often overlooked tool in the fight against obesity. By increasing your water intake by about 16 ounces per day, you will boost your metabolic rate by 30% percent. DID YOU KNOW: the consumption of eight (8 ounce) glasses of water per day … Continue reading DRINK MORE WATER
*information obtained from African-American Healthy by Richard Walker Jr, M.D It is estimated that up to 365,000 thousand deaths are caused by obesity in the United States every year. Since the 1980s, the numbers of overweight children in this country has doubled while the numbers of overweight adolescents has tripled. Being overweight increases your body's … Continue reading Obesity
*information obtained from Human Body by D.K Energy is needed for the functioning of body cells. This energy is produced by the breaking down food molecules in various chemical reactions, in particular the Krebs cycle that takes place within a cell's mitochondria. Because the energy cannot be used directly by the cell, it is stored … Continue reading How Food Provides Energy
*information obtained by Pastor Darby https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6vCnYxElfRM There are various topics thorough this post; this are the takeaways from the SERMON AMERICA will NEVER be GREAT because it runs from it's PAST; it doesn't admit its wrongs. People will call you racist for revealing the truth about what people did. So, how could it be racism … Continue reading WE RACIST NOW?
*information obtained from a “The Potter’s House of Fort Worth” People remain loyal in relationships that are hurting them due to wanting to be LOYAL. They are staying LOYAL to relationships because of the past meaning because they have history; people stay loyal to individuals because their share a history. Sometimes people force others to … Continue reading Are you too LOYAL?