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  1. #1 How to safely remove skin tags? 
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    I have a skin tag growing just inside my nostril, and want to know if there is a home remedy to remove it?
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  3. #2 Re: Regular workout bursts best for health 
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    Quote Originally Posted by JessicaNeelio
    I read recently that a regular and intense three-minute workout can do wonders in boosting your metabolism.

    A study has been conducted on the effect of 'high-intensity interval training' (HIT) on the metabolism of sixteen sedentary male participants, who used exercise bikes to perform a quick sprint at their highest possible intensity.

    It is found to
    (*) significantly affect body's ability to process sugars.
    (*) substantially reduce the risk of developing cardiovascular disease
    (*) substantially reduce type two diabetes

    Unfortunately, many people feel they simply don't have the time to follow current exercise guidelines. So why not got for this burst & fast excercises for few minutes regularly.
    Thanks for this post.My mom is having diabetes and she really tries hard so that the sugar level remains in control.Can you tell me how that three minutes workout goes so that I can tell her to go for it.


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  4. #3 Re: Regular workout bursts best for health 
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    Quote Originally Posted by shaily
    Thanks for this post.My mom is having diabetes and she really tries hard so that the sugar level remains in control.Can you tell me how that three minutes workout goes so that I can tell her to go for it.
    More info can be found here.

    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...0127190344.htm

    Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to work the same for women, according to this study.

    http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retri...2604950300146X

    She will have to lose weight.

    Abstract

    The current study examined the insulin and glucose response during an oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) in overweight young adults prior to and following exercise training in the Midwest Exercise Trial (MET). Subjects (N = 66) were randomly assigned to non-exercise control (CON; 16 females, 13 males) or exercise (EX; 22 females, 15 males) groups. EX performed supervised and verified exercise on 3 to 5 days per week in 20- to 45-minute sessions at 60% to 75% of heart rate reserve. OGTTs and assessments for body mass, body composition, and maximal oxygen consumption (V2 max) were performed at baseline, and after 9 and 16 months of training. Blood was collected during a 75-g OGTT and analyzed for glucose and insulin concentrations with the total area under the glucose and insulin curves used in the analysis. The EX males had significant decreases from baseline to 9 months in body mass (94.8 12.5 to 89.2 9.8 kg) and percent fat (28.3 4.8 to 24.2 3.9) with no further changes at 16 months. CON females had significant increases in body mass (78.2 6.4 to 81.1 8.1 kg) and percent fat (36.6 4.2 to 37.8 4.7) from baseline to 16 months. V2 max increased significantly from baseline to 9 months in the EX males (3.67 0.62 to 4.36 0.55 L/min) and EX females (2.53 0.32 to 2.99 0.42 L/min). For glucose area under the curve, there were no significant differences between EX or CON across the 16 months of the study. For insulin area under the curve, there was a significant decrease for male EX from baseline to 9 months (12,535 6,114 to 8,390 4,231 μU/L/180 min). We conclude that regular exercise in healthy, previously sedentary overweight adult males leads to improvements in V2 max and weight loss and a reduction in the insulin concentration required to dispose of a set glucose load. In females, improvement in V2 max without weight loss does not lead to improvement in insulin sensitivity.
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    HIT is for people with a good basis in sports, i don`t recomend it to beginners
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    Quote Originally Posted by lemmycool
    HIT is for people with a good basis in sports, i don`t recomend it to beginners
    From what I have read on the subject, this is the standard recommendation. However, the first article that I linked to above describes a study on sedentary males. The idea was that the couch potatoes who are not willing to do a half hour of aerobics might be willing to spend a few minutes of high intensity exercise. I doubt many would, but maybe there's a few.
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    maybe.

    but i play football and field hokey and are well conditioned but HIT really knocked me out. it is tough as hell
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