Knowing the number of calories you burn when your body is at rest will help you determine how much physical activity you require, and better manage your nutritional input. Even a small change to your diet and lifestyle may help you reduce your risk for a number of chronic health conditions such as high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes.
Difficulty losing fat pounds is not uncommon. Often, we attribute it to a slow metabolism, which may be correct, but how can you confirm this? Similarly, putting on weight can be challenging for some people. In this case, a fast metabolism is often blamed, but this is often a guess and other factors may be responsible.
The inability to maintain an appropriate weight is not as difficult as it may seem, once you have determined your basal metabolic rate (BMR).
Hypertension (also called high blood pressure) affects upwards of 40% of people around the world. In fact, the World Health Organization states hypertension is one of the most serious chronic diseases affecting mankind today.
Hypertension is serious because it can lead to a variety of problems, including stroke, heart disease and kidney failure. Hypertension is also found commonly in people who have diabetes. READ MORE
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