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  • Ways to get healthy in no time

    There is probably several things you plan to do in your regular routine but never have enough time to get around. There is never a replacement for a good diet and exercise but here are few things that take no time that will get you healthy in a hurry.

    1) A sip of wine
    Strong polyphenols found in red wines cut your risk of cavities and plaque buildup by 45% by stopping bacteria from producing the glue-like substance they need to stick to teeth. Polyphenols also kill 99% of bacteria that cause sore throats.

    2) Change to paper filters
    If you use a gold filter or French press, you can lower cholesterol by 8% if you change to paper coffee filters. Paper traps cafestol, a coffee compound that amps up the livers fat production.

    3) Keep track of your good deeds
    Remembering your own acts of kindness, such as giving to Goodwill or charities, can lengthen you life by up to 6 years. The Good feeling that comes from helping slashes the production of the stress hormone cortisol.

    4) Stare at sneezers
    Watching people sneeze or looking at photo's stimulates immune cells to destroy germs. Your body is strengthening its defenses instead of waiting to see if you're going to catch a bug.
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    Keep track of your good deeds
    Remembering your own acts of kindness, such as giving to Goodwill or charities, can lengthen you life by up to 6 years. The Good feeling that comes from helping slashes the production of the stress hormone cortisol.
    If this is true then I can live 6 years longer lol. Most of the time I find my self recalling all the good deeds I've done so far and also reflect to my self every once in a while. I always see to it that I improve my self little by little applying the things I've learned from other people I met.

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    • #3
      Once again an alcohol beverage has some benefits to it. Now when I try to explain this to someone who is completely against any type of drinking they aren't going to believe me at all, haha.
      an apple a day keeps the doctor away and also out of a job, haha

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        Alcohol drinking is a good in moderation but if you aim to drink because you want to forget some problems or you are depressed then its not a good habit as it was just kill you slowly and if its become an addiction then makes it more severe

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          4) Stare at sneezers
          Watching people sneeze or looking at photo's stimulates immune cells to destroy germs. Your body is strengthening its defenses instead of waiting to see if you're going to catch a bug.
          This one is so new to me. Is this proven? Maye I will try looking on some photos online.
          A good feeling could really lessen our moments of depression or being sad which could boost our immune system and thus help us to live longer.
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            I too am interested in the idea of staring at someone sneezing in order to build my immune system. I won't go as far as looking for random sick people but I might look at a picture or two on Google Images, haha.
            an apple a day keeps the doctor away and also out of a job, haha

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            • #7
              Originally posted by zararina View Post
              This one is so new to me. Is this proven? Maye I will try looking on some photos online.
              A good feeling could really lessen our moments of depression or being sad which could boost our immune system and thus help us to live longer.
              This is not proven - one VERY small study done by social scientists, not specialists or doctors, indicated this may be the case. Far more research needs to be done - and it doesn't seem all that helpful anyway. The results suggested looking at sick people only boosted immune response for a short time, meaning you'd have to stare at photos all day to get any real benefit. It's more interesting than actually helpful, if it even proves to be true. Previous studies have indicated that any stressful event boosts the immune system, so it may just be the stress and not the photos of sick people at all. Anyhow, not a very practical tip......if it IS true......
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                Stare at sneezers. Watching people sneeze or looking at photo's stimulates immune cells to destroy germs. Your body is strengthening its defenses instead of waiting to see if you're going to catch a bug.
                Interesting. Do we have to look for people who are regularly sneezing? Well, I am afraid I might be catching the germs and bacteria they are spewing out from their mouth. If this is the case, I think just thinking that my body is getting stronger everybody can even be better.
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