It’s summer! What should we eat?
Summer season with its scorching heat calls for special attention to the human body. With the mercury reaching an all-time high, the sweltering heat requires that you make changes in your diet for your body to cope with the high temperatures.
Child obesity is one of the most common health problems of childhood, which may also have impacts to a person’s health during adult life (usually overweight children have a high probability to become obese adults).
Uric acid is the final product of purine oxidation (adenine and guanine). It is calculated that the body has a uric acid reservoir amounting to 1.2 gr.
Diabetes mellitus is a disease characterised by an increase of blood sugar concentration (hyperglycemia) and disruption of the body’s capacity to metabolise glucose, either as a result of reduced secretion of insulin or due to a decrease of the sensitivity of body cells to insulin.
This might be one of the biggest truths, since water is a vital component of the human body, i.e. up to 90% of the blood, 85% of the brain and 75% of the rest of the body!