3 Types of Breakfast

January 22, 2014 Category :Sports and Health 0

3 Types of Breakfast

3 Types of Breakfast

The oats are by far the best grain from a qualitative point of view. Mention may also muesli, wheat flakes blown, said fruit cereals.
Then come and range chocolate cereal or honey, it has the drawback of being too sugary.
The worst cereal grain quality are stuffed with a chocolate paste. They are fat and sweet.

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How many Ideal Breakfast?

January 20, 2014 Category :Sports and Style 0

Breakfast remains one meal of the day to focus on, which must include a fruity product, a cereal product, a dairy product and a drink.

How many Ideal Breakfast

How many Ideal Breakfast

The ideal composition

A balanced breakfast should involve a product based on fruit, a dairy, a grain product and a drink. This combination product is the basis for healthy breakfast, other foods in reasonable quantities, such as butter, egg or ham for lovers of salty flavor is embellished.

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Minimalist shoe Alternative to Barefoot Running

January 17, 2014 Category :Sports and Health 0

Minimalist shoe Alternative to Barefoot Running

Minimalist shoe Alternative to Barefoot Running

Some are actually “very” minimalist and bring comparable barefoot biomechanical constraints. Others are sold as an alternative for some of their qualities (super -flexible, forward – sloping rear foot minimum, lightness, etc). Limiting constraints. Whatever your choice a smooth adjustment is required with an escalation in kilometers flown.

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Barefoot Running

January 15, 2014 Category :Sports and Health 0

The main difference is the way to run if 75-80 % of runners first raise the heel when they run barefoot runners attack the ground by the front toes and limiting the harmful impact.

 

Barefoot Running

Barefoot Running

Pro Tip: Shoes for mitigating vibrations and restore much of the energy to the ground. Barefoot, the vibrations are transmitted to the tendons, bones, it’s very traumatic.

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Treatment Causes of Fatigue

January 13, 2014 Category :Sports and Health 0

Etiological treatment is used to modify the conditions of practice and avoid the mismatch of the body to stress.

Treatment Causes of Fatigue

Treatment Causes of Fatigue

After podiatric, osteopathic, prescription orthopedic insoles or shock test: – recommendation of specific achievements stretching – Food rehabilitation – In sports a BMD principle, hormonal rebalancing if necessary, fight against amenorrhea and implementation of oral contraceptives or hormone replacement therapy (HRT ), if there are no cons -indications or specific risk factor.

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The Overall Treatment of Fatique

January 10, 2014 Category :Sports and Health 0

The prognosis of fatigue fracture is always favorable, especially as sports often consulted after a reasonable length of time that one is near a consolidation.

Treatment of Fatique

Treatment of Fatique

The surgical management is exceptional and remains anecdotal.

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Example of Clinical Cases Fatique

January 8, 2014 Category :Sports and Health 0

Example of Clinical Cases Fatique

Example of Clinical Cases Fatique

1 case in children sportif must be very vigilant in young gymnasts or young athletes in general who practice this sport in the context of an access pathway to top level more than five hours / week, and have lower back pain is chronic or acute, occurring during or after training or competition. It is not uncommon to see the development of stress fractures is causing bilateral spondylolysis and important retrolisthesis. Unilateral spondylolysis can be tracked on a stress fracture, early, allowing appropriate management and thereby limiting the usual complications with the occurrence of three known retrolisthesis stages .

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Diagnosis Fractures of Fatigue

January 6, 2014 Category :Sports and Health 0

The Athlete or the patient consults primarily for atypical pain gradual onset that does not disappear despite various treatments. The diagnosis is based on both the combination of clinical data and medical alert that is to think about it.

Fractures of Fatigue

Fractures of Fatigue

Research diagnostic interrogation

It allows you to search the etiological situation in a context more or less sporty with a recent increase in training or resume training after a shutdown period for various reasons, including injury, illness or surgery. We have to think whatever the location, although fractures occur more frequently in the lower limbs and other locations.

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Fractures of Fatigue

January 3, 2014 Category :Sports and Health 0

The stress fracture or stress fracture is an injury by overloading the bone. There is not really a fracture, but a disease of bone adaptation to stress may affect any practitioner regardless of its level. It is an injury or hyper biasing drive.

Fatigue Fractures Contributing factors

Fatigue Fractures Contributing factors

historical

The first descriptions of pathologies fractures back to the mid 19th century, with the advent of radiography. The first descriptions were mainly located metatarsal. These descriptions of military doctors who were returning these painful conditions after practice relatively long marches by soldiers carrying heavy bags back enough is plotted. Since the 70s, the description of the stress fracture is widespread not only among elite athletes by overtraining phenomenon, but also by the development of mass sports with fractures occurring in the so-called sports ” Sunday”.

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Benefits and Risks of Soy Health

January 1, 2014 Category :Sports and Health 0

A beneficial effect on cholesterol!

Due to their composition, food soy are rich in fiber and polyunsaturated fatty acids. They contribute positively to regulate lipid levels, promoting lower cholesterol. The decrease in triglycerides remains uncertain.

Benefits and Risks of Soy Health

Benefits and Risks of Soy Health

Reduction of cardiovascular risk

Soy isoflavones appear to have a favorable effect on blood vessels by increasing their tone, with a consequent decrease in cardiovascular risk. This beneficial effect would occur only to an already substantial consumption (of the order of 45 to 55 mg / day of genistein). Higher doses have not been shown to be safe. Improved lipid also helps to reduce cardiovascular risk.

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