Monday, September 30, 2013

Rid Yourself of Acne - Naturally!


Rid yourself of Acne




Many people often wonder what the true definition of acne is. What acne is a major inflammatory skin condition that can come and go many times. When the colon, kidneys, liver, or lungs are backed up or obstructed in any way, the skin has lack of activity and these results in toxins. Acne is actually toxins coming out of your skin. It’s so common among teens and adolescents because of the food that they are eating. There is actually a study on this and it stated that 80 percent of Americans of between ages 12 and 24 have to deal with acne. Although, it’s not all just the younger generation. Some adults struggle with Acne as well.

The causes of Acne
A diet is the biggest factor when it comes to acne. If someone eats unhealthy all of the time, they are probably more apt to get acne than someone who normally eats healthy. It’s not all about the food you eat though. It can be as simple as a hormonal balance. There is a male sex hormone that is called Androgen. This will stimulate the production of sebum and keratin. Those actually lead to clogged pores. Women can also have acne on their back as well as their face. However, when they have acne forming on their back, it’s usually a sign of not cleansing properly and can be fixed when doing so.

How to heal acne naturally
The first and foremost tip is that you need to change your diet. You should actually cut back a little or cut out completely all animal products. This goes for meat and also dairy products. You should eliminate refined grains. Most people won’t like the idea but the best diet for your health and nutrition wise is actually a raw vegan diet. If you want to rid your acne, you should also eliminate beverages that contain caffeine and are highly acidic. Consume less or no sugar at all. You should be drinking a lot of water. This will flush your system out of all the toxins. When you wash your face, try using something all natural. You should never scrub your face hard, but scrub lightly in a circular motion that way you can open up your pores. Once in awhile, you should clean your face with clay. Bentonite is actually a very therapeutic clay for cleansing. To heal your skin you have to start from the inside out. It’s the only way you will truly be able to rid this unwanted acne once and for all.

It doesn’t have to be hard; it’s pretty simple
If you want to rid yourself of acne for once, then you need to follow the above steps. It doesn’t even take much time out of your day to simply take care and wash your face properly. However, just because you get rid of your acne doesn’t mean you can just stop trying altogether. You should still always keep washing your face to ensure you don’t get the unwanted acne back. If you keep it up, you will have beautiful skin in no time.

Compliments of Kshamica Nimalasuriya MD, MPH
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Sunday, September 29, 2013

Does Green Tea have Health benefits?

Does Green Tea have Health benefits?

Humans have used green tea for its benefits throughout history. Modern sciene is beginning to provide us with proof that it is a beneficial beverage. It boosts almost every system in the human body. Many believe this is only the beginning of our understanding of the benefits of green tea.
Green tea is the one singled out for its benefits, but other types of tea (white and black) have their own benefits. Green tea; however, seems to be the most complete benefit.
Modern science has begun to understand the benefits of antioxidants that are contained in many of our foods, including green tea. How do antioxidants work? Well, your cells are full of free radicals that cause damage to your cells. Antioxidants clean out these free radicals, promoting cell health.
Green tea has unique antioxidants other foods do not have, and these are thought by researchers to also be cancer fighting molecules. Although there isn’t much documentation, a few studies have shown that green tea can inhibit cancer growth.
In women, especially, green tea’s antioxidants seem to clean blood cells by making them more flexible and less vulnerable to the clogging that causes heart disease.
Green tea and weight loss
Green tea boosts metabolism, which helps burn fat. Some studies showed that the types of green tea that contain caffeine may help in weight loss even more than the non-caffeinated types.
Polyphenols are the substances in green tea that researchers think burn the fat we need to lose for weight loss.
Other benefits
Antioxidant and weight loss are just some of the benefits of green tea, but we think there may be others. One study discovered that green tea improves eye health, others that it might prevent Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, high blood pressure, kidney stones, low bone density, and tooth and gum decay.

Compliments of Kshamica Nimalasuriya MD, MPH
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Saturday, September 28, 2013

Dieting and Gallstones

What are gallstones?

Clusters of solid material that form in the gall bladder are called gallstones. The most common type is made mostly of cholesterol. Gallstones may occur as one large stone or as many small ones. Some of them can be as large as a golf ball or as small as a grain of sand.


What causes gallstones to develop?



Gallstones develop in the gallbladder, a small pear-shaped organ located beneath the liver on the right side of the abdomen. The gallbladder is about three inches long and one inch wide at its thickest part. It stores and releases bile into the intestine to help digestion. Bile is a liquid made by the liver. It contains water, cholesterol, bile salts, fats, proteins, and bilirubin (a bile pigment). During digestion, the gallbladder contracts to release bile into the intestine, where the bile salts help to break down fat. Bile also dissolves excess bad cholesterol. According to researchers, cholesterol gallstones may form in several ways, such as:
When the bile contains more cholesterol than it can dissolve.
When there is too much bilirubin or other substance in the bile that causes cholesterol to form hard crystals.
When there are not enough salts in the bile to break down fat.
When the gallbladder does not contract and empty its bile regularly.


What are the symptoms of gallstones?

Some common symptoms of a gallstone attack are:
Severe pain in the upper abdomen that starts suddenly and lasts from 30 minutes to many hours.
Pain under the right shoulder or in the right shoulder blade.
Nausea or vomiting.
Indigestion and gas after eating high-fat foods, such as fried foods or desserts.


Is obesity a risk factor for gallstones?

Obesity is a strong risk factor for gallstones, especially among women. If you have a healthy weight, you are less likely to get gallstones than those who are overweight or obese. Obesity in adults can be defined using the body mass index (BMI), a tool that measures weight in relation to height. The table below shows how the BMI calculation works. A BMI of 18.5 to 24.9 refers to a healthy weight, a BMI of 25 to 29.9 refers to overweight, and a BMI of 30 or higher refers to obesity.
As BMI increases, the risk for developing gallstones also rises. Studies have shown that risk may triple in women who have a BMI greater than 32 compared to those with a BMI of 24 to 25. Women with a BMI of over 45 have a higher risk to get gallstones, about seven times higher than women with a BMI less than 24.
Researchers have found that people who are obese may produce high levels of cholesterol. This leads to the production of bile containing more cholesterol than it can dissolve. When this happens, gallstones can form. People who are obese may also have large gallbladders that do not empty normally or completely. Having fat around the midsection is a higher risk than having fat on your hips and thighs.

Table 1. Body Mass Index


Is weight-loss dieting a risk factor for gallstones?

People who are overweight are more likely to develop gallstones than people who are at a healthy weight. The risk for developing gallstones also increases with quick weight loss or a large weight loss. Gradual weight loss can lower the risk for obesity-related gallstones.
If you diet to lose weight, you actually are at higher risk for gallstones. People who lose a large amount of weight quickly are at greater risk than those who lose weight at a slower pace. Rapid weight loss may also cause silent gallstones (painless gallstones) to become symptomatic. Studies have shown that people who lose more than three pounds per week may have a greater risk of developing gallstones than those who lose weight at slower rates.A very low-calorie diet (VLCD) allows a person who is obese to quickly lose a large amount of weight. VLCDs usually provide about 800 calories per day in food or liquid form, and are followed for twelve to sixteen weeks under the supervision of a health care professional. Studies have shown that ten to twenty-five percent of people on a VLCD developed gallstones. These gallstones were usually silent—they did not produce any symptoms. About one-third of the dieters who developed gallstones, however, did have symptoms and some of these required gallbladder surgery. Experts believe weight-loss dieting may cause a shift in the balance of bile salts and cholesterol in the gallbladder. The amount of salts in the bile is decreased and the cholesterol level goes up. Following a diet too low in fat or going for long periods without eating (skipping breakfast, for example), a common practice among dieters, may also decrease gallbladder contractions. If the gallbladder does not contract often enough to empty out the bile, gallstones may form.
A drug called ursodiol that helps dissolve cholesterol in the bile may help prevent gallstones from developing during rapid weight loss. While ursodiol is not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to prevent gallstones, its “off-label” use (the practice of prescribing medications for periods of time or for conditions not FDA-approved) has been shown to be effective and safe. Ursodiol and losing weight can be a bad combination, so talk to your doctor.


Is weight cycling a risk factor for gallstones?

Weight cycling, or losing and regaining weight repeatedly, may increase the risk of developing gallstones. People who weight cycle—especially with losses and gains of more than ten pounds—have a higher risk for gallstones than people who lose weight and maintain their weight loss. Additionally, the more weight a person loses and regains during a cycle, the greater the risk of developing gallstones.
Why weight cycling is a risk factor for gallstones is unclear. The rise in cholesterol levels during the weight-loss phase of a weight cycle may be responsible. It is also thought that each cycle increases one’s risk for gallstones. Researchers need to do more work to determine what the link is between weight loss and gallstones.


Is surgery to treat obesity a risk factor for gallstones?

Plastic surgery for weight loss also triggers gallstones. Bariatric surgery to reduce the size of the stomach or bypass parts of the digestive system is a weight-loss method for people who have a BMI above 40. This procedure is also an option for people who have a BMI above 35 with comorbid conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure. Bariatric surgery causes gallstones, too. The gallstones usually develop in the first few months after surgery and are symptomatic.


How can I safely lose weight and decrease the risk of gallstones?

But there are things you can do to mitigate the presence of gallstones when you lose weight. Losing weight gradually, instead of losing a large amount of weight quickly, lowers your risk. Depending on your starting weight, experts recommend losing weight at the rate of 1/2 to two pounds per week. Losing weight at this rate commonly occurs for up to six months. After six months, weight loss usually declines and weight stabilizes because individuals in lower weight groups use fewer calories (energy). You can also decrease the risk of gallstones associated with weight cycling by aiming for a modest weight loss that you can maintain. Even a loss of five to ten percent of body weight over a period of six months or more can improve the health of an adult who is overweight or obese.
Your food choices can also affect your gallstone risk. Experts recommend including some fat in your diet to stimulate gallbladder contracting and emptying. Current recommendations indicate that twenty to thirty-five percent of your total calories should come from fat. Studies have also shown that diets high in fiber and calcium may reduce the risk of gallstone development.
Finally, regular physical activity is related to a lower risk for gallstones. Aim for approximately sixty minutes of moderate- to vigorous-intensity activity on most days of the week to manage your body weight and prevent unhealthy weight gain. To sustain weight loss, engage in at least sixty to ninety minutes of daily moderate-intensity physical activity.


 What is the treatment for gallstones?

Sometimes they go away on their own if they are what are called “silent gallstones.” Symptomatic gallstones are usually treated in many ways. The most common treatment is surgery to remove the gallbladder. This operation is called a cholecystectomy. In other cases, nonsurgical approaches—drugs—are used to dissolve the gallstones. Your health care professional can help determine which option is best for you and which is less risk.


Are the benefits of weight loss greater than the risk of getting gallstones?

Although weight loss increases the risk of developing gallstones, being fat is even a bigger risk. In addition to gallstones, obesity is linked to many serious health problems, including:
type 2 diabetes
high blood pressure
heart disease of all kinds
many types of cancer
sleep apnea (when breathing stops for short periods during sleep)
osteoarthritis and osteoporosis (wearing away of the joints)
fatty liver disease
For people who are fat, weight loss can lower the risk of developing some of these illnesses. Even a small weight loss of ten percent of body weight over a period of six months can improve health and lower disease risk. In addition, losing weight may bring other benefits such as better mood, increased energy, and positive self-image.
If you are thinking about starting an eating and physical activity plan to lose weight, talk with your health care professional first. Together, you can discuss various eating and exercise programs, your medical history, and the benefits and risks of weight loss, including the risk of developing gallstones.

Compliments of Kshamica Nimalasuriya MD, MPH
Preventive Medicine & Public Health

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Overweight, Obesity, and Weight Loss

Overweight, Obesity, and Weight Loss

How many women in the United States are overweight or obese?
Sixty percent or more of women in the United States are overweight, according to 2007 estimates from the National Center for Health Statistics of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Just over one-third of overweight adult women are obese.
How do I know if I’m overweight or obese?
Have a doctor find your body mass index (BMI). BMI is a measure of body fat based on height and weight. People with a BMI of 25 to 29.9 are considered overweight. People with a BMI of 30 or more are considered obese.
What causes someone to become overweight or obese?
You can become overweight or obese when you eat more calories (KAL-oh-rees) than you use. The unit of energy in the food you eat is called a calorie. Your body needs this energy to function and to be active. But if you take in more energy than your body uses, you will gain weight.
Many factors can play a role in becoming overweight or obese. These factors include:
  • Behaviors, such as eating too many calories or not getting enough physical activity
  • Culture and environment
  • Genes
Overweight and obesity problems keep getting worse in the United States. Some cultural reasons for this include:
  • Larger portions
  • Little time to exercise or cook healthy meals
  • Not walking or biking, but using cars
What are the health effects of being overweight or obese?
Being overweight or obese can increase your risk of:
  • Heart disease
  • Stroke
  • Type 2 diabetes
  • High blood pressure
  • Problems breathing
  • Arthritis
  • Gallbladder disease
  • Some kinds of cancer
Your only risk isn’t excess body weight, though. The places where you store your body fat also affect your health. Women with a “pear” shape tend to store fat in their hips and buttocks. Women with an “apple” shape store fat around their waists. If your waist is more than 35 inches, you may have a higher risk of weight-related health problems.
What is the best way for me to lose weight?
If you use more calories, then you will lose weight. You can do this by following a healthy eating plan and being more active. Before you start a weight-loss program, talk to your doctor.
Safe weight-loss programs that work well:
  • set a goal of slow and steady weight loss — 1 to 2 pounds per week
  • Eating plans that are low calorie
  • encourage you to be more physically active
  • teach you about healthy eating and physical activity
  • adapt to your likes and dislikes and cultural background
  • Keep your weight off after losing it
How can I make healthier food choices?
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and Department of Agriculture (USDA) offer tips for healthy eating in Dietary Guidelines for All Americans.
  • Focus on fruits. Eat a variety of fruits — fresh, frozen, canned, or dried — rather than fruit juice for most of your fruit choices. For a 2,000-calorie diet, you will need 2 cups of fruit each day. One banana, one large orange, and one-quarter cup of dried apricots is two cups.
  • Vary your veggies.Eat more:
    • dark green veggies, such as broccoli, kale, and other dark leafy greens
    • orange veggies, such as carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, and winter squash
    • beans and peas, such as pinto beans, kidney beans, black beans, garbanzo beans, split peas, and lentils
  • Get your calcium-rich foods. Drink three cups of milk each day. Or, you can get an equivalent amount of low-fat yogurt and/or low-fat cheese each day. 1.5 ounces of cheese equals 1 cup of milk. If you don’t or can’t consume milk, choose lactose-free milk products and/or calcium-fortified foods and drinks.
  • Make half your grains whole. You should eat three ounces of whole grain cereals, breads, crackers, rice, or pasta each day. One ounce is about 1 slice of bread, 1 cup of breakfast cereal, or 1/2 cup of cooked rice or pasta. Look to see that grains such as wheat, rice, oats, or corn are referred to as “whole” in the list of ingredients.
  • Go lean with protein. Choose lean meats and poultry. Bake it, broil it, or grill it. Vary your protein choices with more fish, beans, peas, nuts, and seeds.
  • Limit saturated fats. Saturated fatty acids should account for ten percent of your calories. Most fats should come from sources of polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fatty acids, such as fish, nuts, and vegetable oils. When choosing and preparing meat, poultry, dry beans, and milk or milk products, make choices that are lean, low-fat, or fat-free.
  • Limit salt. Get less than 2,300 mg of sodium (about 1 teaspoon of salt) each day.
How can physical activity help?
The new 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans state that an active lifestyle can lower your risk of early death from a variety of causes. There is strong evidence that regular physical activity can also lower your risk of:
  • Heart disease
  • Stroke
  • High blood pressure
  • Bad cholesterol levels
  • Type 2 diabetes
  • Metabolic syndrome
  • Colon and breast cancer
  • Falls
  • Depression
When combined with lower calorie intake, regular exercise ca help prevent unhealthy weight gain.. If you are overweight or obese, losing weight can lower your risk for many diseases. Being overweight or obese increases your risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, type 2 diabetes, breathing problems, osteoarthritis, gallbladder disease, sleep apnea (breathing problems while sleeping), and some cancers.
Regular physical activity can also improve your cardiorespiratory (heart, lungs, and blood vessels) and muscular fitness. Exercise can improve mental function for older adults.
Physical activity may also help:
  • Improve functional health for older adults
  • Reduce waistline size
  • Lower risk of hip fracture
  • Reduce risk of lung cancer
  • Lower risk of endometrial cancer
  • Maintain weight after weight loss
  • Increase bone density
  • Improve sleep quality
Your health will improve if you do the following:
    • Moderate Activity
      During moderate-intensity activities you should notice an increase in your heart rate, but you should still be able to talk comfortably. An example of a moderate-intensity activity is walking on a level surface at a brisk pace (about 3 to 4 miles per hour). Other examples include ballroom dancing, leisurely bicycling, moderate housework, and waiting tables.

      Two and one-half hours of aerobic physical exercise
    • 1 hour and 15 minutes of vigorous-intensity aerobic physical activity
    • Combining moderate and vigorous aerobic physical exercise.
  • Muscle-strengthening activities on 2 or more days
Vigorous Activity
If your heart rate increases a lot and you are breathing so hard that it is difficult to carry on a conversation, you are probably doing vigorous-intensity activity. Examples of vigorous-intensity activities include jogging, bicycling fast or uphill, singles tennis, and pushing a hand mower.

Physical activity should be in addition to your routine activities, such as walking or cleaning.
If you want to lose a substantial (more than five percent of body weight) amount of weight, you need a high amount of physical activity unless you also lower calorie intake. This is also the case if you are trying to keep the weight off. Many people need to do more than 300 minutes of moderate-intensity activity a week to meet weight-control goals.
How You Can Increase Your Physical Activity
If you normally…
Try this instead!
park as close as possible to the store
park farther away
let the dog out back
take the dog for a walk
take the elevator
take the stairs
have lunch delivered
walk to pick up lunch
relax while the kids play
get involved in their activity
What drugs are approved for long-term treatment of obesity?
The Food and Drug Administration has approved two drugs for long-term treatment of obesity:
  • Sibutramine (si-BYOO-tra-meen) suppresses your appetite.
  • Orlistat (OR-li-stat) keeps your body from absorbing fat from the food you eat.
These medicines are for people who:
  • Have a BMI of 30 or higher
  • Have a BMI of 27 or higher and weight-related health problems or health risks
If you take these medicines, you will need to follow healthy eating and physical activity plans at the same time.
Prior to taking these medications, talk with your doctor about the benefits and the side effects.
  • Sibutramine can raise your blood pressure and heart rate. If you have a personal history of high blood pressure, heart problems, and stroke. Other side effects include dry mouth, headache, constipation, anxiety, and trouble sleeping.
  • Orlistat may cause diarrhea, cramping, gas, and leakage of oily stool. Eating a low-fat diet can help prevent these side effects. This medicine may also prevent your body from absorbing some vitamins. Your doctor will know if you should take vitamin supplements.
What surgical options are available to treat weight loss?
Weight loss surgeries — also called bariatric (bair-ee-AT-rik) surgeries — can help treat obesity. Surgical treatment for weight loss is recommended only if:
  • Have a BMI of 40 or higher
  • Have a BMI of 35 or higher and weight-related health problems
  • Other weight loss methods don’t work.
Common types of weight loss surgeries are:
  • Roux-en-Y (ROO-en-WEYE) gastric bypass. A stomach pouch is created by a surgeon using surgical staples. This limits the amount of food you can eat. The pouch is attached to the middle part of the small intestine. Food bypasses the upper part of the small intestine and stomach, reducing the amount of calories and nutrients your body absorbs.
  • Laparoscopic (LAP-uh-ruh-SKAWP-ik) gastric banding. A band is placed around the upper stomach to create a small pouch and narrow passage into the rest of the stomach. The amount of food you ingest is limited and the size of the band can be adjusted. A surgeon can remove the band if needed.
  • Biliopancreatic (bil-ee-oh-pan-kree-at-ik) diversion (BPD) or BPD with duodenal (doo-AW-duh-nul) switch (BPD/DS). In BPD, a large part of the stomach is removed, leaving a small pouch. The surgeon connects the pouch to the end of the small intestine, bypassing other parts of the small intestine. In BPD/DS, less of the stomach and small intestine are removed. This surgery reduces the amount of food you can eat and the amount of calories and nutrients your body absorbs from food. This surgery is used less often than other types of surgery because of the high risk of malnutrition.
Your doctor will let you know beforehand of the changes you need to make after surgery. You will need to:
  • Follow your doctor’s directions as you heal
  • Make lasting changes in the way you eat
  • Follow a healthy eating plan and be physically active
  • Take vitamins and minerals if needed
You should also talk to your doctor about risks and side effects of weight loss surgery. Side effects may include:
  • Infection
  • Leaking from around the staples
  • Hernia
  • Blood clots in the leg veins that travel to your lungs (pulmonary embolism)
  • Dumping syndrome, in which food moves from your stomach to your intestines too quickly
  • Getting too few vitamins from food
Is liposuction a treatment for obesity?
Liposuction (LY-poh-suhk-shuhn) is not a treatment for obesity. In this procedure, a surgeon removes fat from under the skin. Liposuction can be used to reshape parts of your body. There is no promise of weight loss with this surgery.
I’m concerned about my children’s eating and physical activity levels. How can I help improve their habits?
When a child learns to do something, it is hard to modify when they are older This is true for their eating and physical activity habits. Many children have a poor diet and are not very active. They may eat foods high in calories and fat and not eat enough fruits and vegetables. They also may watch TV, play video games, or use the computer instead of being active.
Kids who are overweight have a greater chance of becoming obese adults. Overweight children may develop weight-related health problems like high blood pressure and diabetes at a young age. The body mass index (BMI) can help you determine if your child is overweight.
For Children and Teens
You can help your child build healthy eating and activity habits.
  • Watch less TV and play fewer video games.
  • Make sure your child is physically active for 1 hour each day.
  • Find out about activity programs in your community.
  • Ask your children what they like to do and what they’d like to try, like Little League Baseball or a swim team.
  • Plan active family activities.
  • Help your children eat healthy foods.
  • Make your children cook healthy meals with the family.
  • Don’t do other things while you eat, like watch TV.
  • Give your kids healthy snacks, like fruits, whole-grain crackers, and vegetables.
  • Stop going to fast-food restaurants.
  • Involve the whole family in healthy eating. Don’t single out your children by their weight.
We know children do what they see — not always what they are told. Set a good example for your children. Your kids will learn to eat right and be active by watching you. Setting a good example can mean a lifetime of good habits for you and your kids.

Compliments of Kshamica Nimalasuriya MD, MPH
Preventive Medicine & Public Health

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Herbal Supplements - Energy Boost - Naturally by Kshamica MD

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Monday, September 23, 2013

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