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If you are on the path to better health, this daily trick to alkalise your water could hardly be an easier place to start.
A new infographic by health website DYLN reveals the ways drinking lemon water daily can improve your health.
The graphic lays out the top ten scientific explanations as to why lemon water is so good for you, including helping to keep skin youthful, supercharging your immune system and aiding weight loss. According to the site, lemon water gives an alkalising, energising and revitalising boost that will help you fight common illnesses and signs of ageing.
Immune system supercharge 
If you’re going to be catching a flight or spending time with lots of children, you can avoid the flu or the common cold by loading up on Vitamin C beforehand.
Youthful skin
Lemons also contain antioxidants which help fight against skin damage from free radicals, sunlight, pollutants and toxins in your body. Vitamin C also helps your fight against the ageing process, boWeight loss
Lemon water inhibits the synthesis of certain fats in the body, and can reduce your blood and liver cholesterol levels, while giving your metabolism a boost.
Alkalise your body
Lemons have an overall alkalising effect on the body. Your kidneys carefully regulate your blood to stay around pH7.4, but you can lighten their load with lemon wSuper digestion
Lemon water will cleanse the bowels and the digestive tracts, flushing out lingering toxins on its way through.
Liver and kidney detox
Lemons cleanse and boost the liver, providing energy to liver enzymes when they are too diluted and thus helping to filter toxins out of the blood. Energy boost
Have you been feeling more tired than usual, even after a good sleep? Vitamin C is essential for helping ward off anaemia, because it helps your body absorb iron.
Cancer busting
Lemons are bursting with antioxidants in the form of flavonoids and Vitamin C, both of which help to rid your body of unwanted free radicals and decrease your risks of developing cancer.
Healthy body
Lemon water is also rich in potassium, an essential mineral that helps brain and never functioning and keeps blood pressure under control.
Fresh breath
A gently anti-microbial property of lemon water is perfect for freshening your breath and staving off gum disease. Energy boost
Have you been feeling more tired than usual, even after a good sleep? Vitamin C is essential for helping ward off anaemia, because it helps your body absorb iron.
Cancer busting
Lemons are bursting with antioxidants in the form of flavonoids and Vitamin C, both of which help to rid your body of unwanted free radicals and decrease your risks of developing cancer.
Healthy body
Lemon water is also rich in potassium, an essential mineral that helps brain and never functioning and keeps blood pressure under control.
Fresh breath
A gently anti-microbial property of lemon water is perfect for freshening your breath and staving off gum disease. 
​We’ve long been told that an apple a day keeps the doctor away.                                                     I do want to say that just eating some fruit  instead of eating fast food through the day for lunch will curve                                                                                                                                                                  your appetite quite a bit at lunch time.
But now, researchers have discovered a pear a day keeps the pounds away.
A new study found that pears are associated with lower body weight.
People who consume pears are 35 per cent less likely to be obese, scientists discovered.
The study also found that pear consumption is associated with higher diet quality. Pears are an ‘excellent source’ of fiber, in addition to being a good source of vitamin C.
A single medium pear contains nearly 24 per cent the daily fiber recommendations – and is only 100 calories.
The fruit is also free of fat, cholesterol and sodium – and contains 190 mg of potassium.
Researchers from the Louisiana State University looked at data from 2001 to 2010 for the study. They used a nationally representative sample to analyse the association of fresh pear consumption with nutrient intake, nutrient adequacy, diet quality and cardiovascular risk factors in adults.
Dr Carol O’Neil, who led the study, said: ‘The association between pears and lower weight is very exciting.
‘We believe fiber intake may have driven the lower body weights that were seen in this study.’
She added: ‘There was no difference in energy intake or level of physical activity found between the fresh pear consumers and non-consumers.’
Eating one medium fresh pear each day has a positive effect on nutrient intake.
The fruit has higher percentages of fiber, vitamin C, magnesium, copper and potassium, and leads to higher mean intakes of total sugars.
Consumers of fresh pears also have lower intakes of total, monounsaturated fatty acids, saturated fatty acids and added sugars. According to the USDA Guidelines for Americans, people who eat more fruit as part of an overall healthy diet are more likely to reduce their risk of chronic diseases.
But, the researchers noted that little has been published on the health outcomes associated with individual fruits – including pears.
However, the USA Pear Bureau said it is continuing to collaborate with researchers to commission additional studies to show the relationship between pears and positive health outcomes.
The study was published in Nutrition and Food Science. 
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Women ages 50 to 74 should have mammograms every other year, according to new breast cancer screening guidelines from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force. The recommendations only apply to women who do not have a high risk for breast cancer. (Photo: Corbis Images)

Mammograms save lives. That statement has been drilled into our heads, and is supported by research. But mammograms also have drawbacks, such as false positives and unnecessary biopsies. 

New guidelines from the government’s U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) released today (Jan. 11) reflect this complexity. The final guidelines recommend:

Women ages 50 to 74 should be screened every other year (in contrast to other groups’ guidelines, which recommend annual screening).
For women ages 40 to 49, mammograms are optional; the decision to be screened should be based on a woman’s risk factors, preferences, and values.
The new recommendations are for women who do not have an elevated risk for breast cancer.

The news comes on the heels of new breast cancer screening guidelines from the American Cancer Society (ACS). In October 2015, the ACS updated their guidelines for the first time since 2002. They call for screening every other year from ages 45 to 54, and annual screening beginning at age 55. (Breast cancer risk increases with age.)

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