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Fitness / 26.12.2018

[ad_1] Visceral fat is considered the most harmful body fat and that’s because of where it’s stored. Belly fat which is visible on the outside of a person’s body is known as subcutaneous fat, whereas as visceral fat lies deep in the abdomen and surrounds internal organs. If a person has too much visceral fat they increase there risk of dangerous health problems, such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure. So what can you do to get rid of it?Visceral fat can be caused...

Fitness / 26.12.2018

[ad_1] Vitamin B12 deficiency develops when a person doesn’t get enough of the vitamin from their diet. Having a lack of vitamin B12 in the body can result in failure of enough red blood cells being produced. A lack of red blood cells can result in the body’s tissues and organs being deprived of oxygen, which in turn can trigger anaemia. Anaemia can lead to heart and lung problems because the heart struggles to pump oxygen to other vital organs.The B vitamin is best gained through diet, but...

Fitness / 26.12.2018

[ad_1] Prostate problems tend to affect men as they get older, with statistics demonstrating one in three British men over the age of 50 are affected. Problems with the prostate can include urinary problems, like needing to pee more often, which is often triggered by an enlarged prostate. To help keep your prostate healthy, diet changes are recommended - in particular drinking green tea.“Want an easy way to look after your prostate? Try drinking green tea every day,” says Holland & Barrett.It adds: “The benefits of green tea...