Track Your Wheat Belly Transformation
Health, weight, and appearance are transformed by living the Wheat Belly lifestyle. You can see it on the face with reduced puffiness and edema and smoother skin. You can see it on the waistline as inflammatory visceral fat recedes. You can perceive it as increased energy, reduced depression and anxiety, reduction or elimination of irritable bowel syndrome and acid reflux symptoms, reduced joint pain, reversal of leg/ankle edema, and in so many other ways. But how about blood measures of health? You can witness the transformations there, too. And the transformations you see in blood markers of health can be just as dramatic and impressive as all the other changes. In my cardiology practice, we would obtain such measures prior to starting the program, then several months later and onward. Comparing starting values with later values revealed dramatic changes, attesting to the power of this lifestyle. But first a warning: NEVER have blood drawn while you are actively losing weight (unless, of course, some urgent health issue crops up that requires it, such as bleeding or infection). The reasons are simple: Weight loss means that your body is mobilizing stored energy from fat cells, energy stored as triglycerides. (All fats are triglycerides whether it’s fat on pork or bacon, olive oil, or fat in fat cells.) Triglycerides and the fatty acids that comprise triglycerides therefore flood the bloodstream as you lose weight, making them available to “burn” and clear ...
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CONCLUSIONS: The interaction and communication between patient and psychiatrist should be improved to capture the need of intervention and to instruct individual supporting measures. PMID: 31952091 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
CONCLUSION: Psychiatric services might consider different priorities referring to work and life and their impact on coping with depression among men. PMID: 31952090 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
CONCLUSIONS: The GSDS-26 is a preliminary validated multidimensional scale for better identifying depression in men and may be suitable for routine use after further validation. PMID: 31952089 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
CONCLUSIONS: Our results stress the relevance of increases in depressive symptoms for upcoming functional decline among the oldest old. Further longitudinal studies are required to replicate our findings. PMID: 31952087 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
CONCLUSION: Shame needs to be viewed in context of gender roles, status, and their interaction. Future studies should investigate the influence of mental health literacy. PMID: 31952086 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
CONCLUSIONS: In the population studied mental illness alone was not a sufficient predictor for suicide. Rather, an interaction between mental illness, psychosocial crisis and other factors may explain and predict suicides. Suicide prevention should better address the needs of relatives and family doctors and offer specific low-threshold services. PMID: 31952085 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
ConclusionsUnplanned admissions are more frequently related to general anaesthesia, lengthy surgeries and procedures such as arthroscopy, hallux valgus corrections or removal of osteosynthesis material. The major reasons for unplanned admissions were inadequate postoperative pain management for overnight admissions and wound infection for admissions after discharge.ResumenObjetivoLos procedimientos de Cirugía Ortopédica y Traumatología (COT) realizados en Unidades de Cirugía Mayor Ambulatoria (CMA) ofrecen importantes ventajas que desaparecen cuando la recuperación postoperatoria no es la...
Publication date: January–February 2020Source: Revista Española de Cirugía Ortopédica y Traumatología (English Edition), Volume 64, Issue 1Author(s): A. Abarquero-Diezhandino, G. Luengo-Alonso, D. Alonso-Tejero, E.J. Sánchez-Morata, C. Olaya-Gonzalez, J. Vilá y RicoAbstractBackground and aimsAt least 10% of ankle fractures involve the posterior malleolus of the tibia, which has been related to poorer long-term prognosis. Our aim was to analyse the clinical and functional outcomes of ankle fractures involving the posterior edge, treated surgically without direct reduction of t...
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