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6 Simple And Effective Home Remedies For Water Retention

Water retention or fluid retention, is the accumulation of excess body fluid in certain areas of the body. It is, in the worse cases, quite the unsightly looking condition.

In milder condition, it can cause someone to look obese despite not being overweight. It can also cause pressure fluctuations and in the worst of cases, even a coma.

The clearest symptoms of water retention are easy to notice: swelling of joints, lethargy and a general stiffness in the body.

In the worst of cases, the excess tissue fluid has to be drained out, using minor surgical methods. This would not only be painful but costly too.

Hence, we have brought you six easy-to-do homemade remedies to help ease fluid retention.

1. Parsley
The fresh herb that lights up the Italian food you cook is one of the richest sources of antioxidants. Brewing a weak tea out of it can help you ease out your aching joints and drain the tissue fluid that has accumulated in them.

2. Dandelion
The pretty weed from the Samsung galaxy comme…

Lemon Juice For Kidney Stones

According to the results obtained during the experiment led by Roger L Sur o fUniversity of California, SanDiego, intake of natural beverages based on lemons can help people to get rid of kidney stones. Scientists recommend using lemon juice in the form of classic lemonade without carbon dioxide.

Positive effect can be reached if a person drinks 100-110 ml of lemon juice diluted by 2 liters of pure water. Urologists claim that such beverage decreases the risk of oxalate calculus (stones of oxalic and other acids that are most frequently met in urologic practice) in kidneys.

Healing properties of lemon juice are conditioned by a high content of citrates, and salts of lemon acid. Citrates stop development of stones in kidneys. Lemon acid salts are also contained in other citrus juices – orange, tangerine, etc.

“Regular drinking of lemonade is one of five methods of kidney disease prevention. Besides, it’s useful to drink more liquids (not more than 2 liters in a day, including soups), r…

4 Minutes and 28 Days To a Changed Body

This is а chаllenge tested by mаny people in different world countries аnd the mаin goаl wаs to prove thаt it reаlly chаnges the body.

PLANK is the one of the most efficient bodyweight stаtic exercises for strengthening the core аnd the other pаrts too. You might think they аre simple аnd not efficient аnd often skip them, but they аre the most importаnt pаrt аctuаlly. You can melt the belly fat by these workouts, the back muscles (inner and out) too, and strаightened аnd the buttock muscles аlong with hаnd аnd leg muscles аre strengthened too.

This exercise is the sаme аs pushups except without movement. With pushups muscles cаn chаnge аnd аlter, but with plаnks they nаrrow down аnd don’t decreаse or increаse size, just tone.

You can slowly increase strength levels and plank timing each time you repeat it during 4 weeks with this challenge. You should start with 20 seconds аt first аnd slowly increаse to get to 4 minutes. You will hаve аn enormous strength for more difficult workouts…

How To Calculate Calories From Fat

When it comes to calories and fat in foods, all those numbers can appear overwhelming at first. However, calculating calories from fat is a very straight forward process. You just need to know how many fat grams are in the food and you can easily do the conversion. These are the steps you can follow to complete the calculation yourself.

Things You'll Need
Nutritional information for food

Step 1
Find the label for the food product. If you are eating a fresh food or it does not have a label, use a nutritional database such as the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference to seek out your food and related nutritional information.

Step 2
Determine the number of total fat grams in the product. On a standard food label, this is the first thing listed after the calories.

Step 3
Multiply the grams of total fat by nine because there are nine calories in one gram of fat. For example if the label says the food has five grams of total fat, five ti…