Behind my house "Cat Jump Park"

Behind my house "Cat Jump Park"
Behind my house "Cat Jump Park"

Friday, March 25, 2016

The hunger brains

Fooling a person's body into thinking they are hungry could protect them from par-kinson's and Alzheimer's disease.
A "hunger hormone", released to tell a person they need to seek food,has also been found to protect brain cells from degenerating opening a potential new way of holding off a host of neuro- degenerative conditions.
But while cutting the calories person eats can stimulate the ghrelin hormone into action.

"While we know calorie restriction is important to help keep us healthy, as a race we ind it hard to limit the amount of food we consume" Dr Andrews said! Not my son's,

Friday, March 18, 2016

Off -Season.

An unseasonable wave is set to scorch much of Victoria with no releief in sigh until the middle of the month.. some northern Victoria in the week with temperatures trapped to reach almost 40 degrees in some areas.  

The duty forecaster of Victoria was trapped in a hot air mass. the nights ahead could get more uncomfortable. high humidity and low winds forecast meant the high humidity and low winds heatwave would generally not pose a severe five risk.

An unseasoned  was  much too much of us our garden are different & think every day!
I wish we having a nice weather's time for few month time?

Monday, March 7, 2016

The Hunger game

The diet industry is worth millions of money but few programs address the biggest issue when it comes to  weight control. The ability to say no. The ability to regulate in take is critical.
If we could all simply eat when we were hungry and stop when we were full. few of us would be over weight. stop when we were full few of us would be over weight.

Some people are naturally good at it, We all knw them they 're the sensible ones who know when It's time to stop drinking and can call it a day after a single slice of chocolate cake.
For some this skill is innate, while other learnt good self-regulation in their childhood from parents who instilled strict limits and boundaries.