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#1【Health Is Wealth 】   "用11个量化目标引导健康生活"             Go Back


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#2  靠墙静蹲 锻炼膝盖肌肉             Go Back
只有膝盖年轻,好走路?有没有让面容年轻十岁的简单动作呢?我肤浅,重容貌。
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#3  Re: 靠墙静蹲 锻炼膝盖肌肉             Go Back
膝盖年轻当然重要了,生命在于运动嘛。

"让面容年轻十岁"? 站长只需每年回四川一趟,就年轻不止十岁吧。

等下去搬土干的“原始点疗法”,好像很万能。
        

#4  Re: 靠墙静蹲 锻炼膝盖肌肉             Go Back

BBB wrote: (5/19/2015 19:0)
只有膝盖年轻,好走路?有没有让面容年轻十岁的简单动作呢?我肤浅,重容貌。



我也是这么想的:So?为什么是膝盖而不是其他?
        

#5  Re: 靠墙静蹲 锻炼膝盖肌肉             Go Back
你们二位试试,这个静蹲动作,做起来可没那么容易。

膝盖年轻了,多走多跑,身体自然好,年轻几岁也是有可能的。
        

#6  老吃太饱真会“撑”出10种病             Go Back
转自 http://health.huanqiu.com/health_promotion/2015-05/6510925.html

所有人都有吃撑的经历

  “吃了吗”,这句国人打招呼时最常说的客套话,足以说明人们对吃的重视。“谁能不吃饭呢?只是现代人的胃口越来越大,吃得越来越好才带来了问题。”专家说。随机调查发现,所有人都有过吃撑的经历,更有人表示,几乎每天都有吃太撑的时候。

  人们吃多的场合,则多见于以下几个。第一是自助餐。食物选择丰富,再加上抱着要吃够本的心态,让不少人戏称为“饿得扶墙进,吃饱扶墙出”。第二是商务宴请,因为持续时间长,干坐着太没意思,只能不停吃,不知不觉就多了。第三是朋友聚会,有酒有肉加上心情大好,最后肚皮就圆滚滚的了。第四是工作太忙吃得太急。从开始进食到大脑接到饱的信号需要20分钟,很多人通常用不了10分钟就解决一顿饭,这种情况也容易吃撑。第五是压力太大,许多人饮食不规律,只有在较为放松的晚上才能好好吃顿饭,非常容易吃撑着。

  

吃的太饱“撑”出10种病

  健康教育专家洪昭光说:“远古时代,胃除了消化外,还发挥着储备的功能,吃饱一顿饿三天也没问题;而现在人们天天有的吃、顿顿吃得好,如果一个人的胃每天能容纳1斤的食物,只需填充一半,就足够其一天所需了。否则,只会让机体超负荷运转,造成一系列健康问题。”

1.肥胖:现代人常吃的高脂肪高蛋白的食物,消化起来更加困难,多余的“营养物质”堆积在体内,其后果就是肥胖和一系列富贵病。“无数科学研究证实,肥胖会带来包括心血管疾病、高血压、糖尿病、脂肪肝、动脉硬化、胆囊炎等,再加上由此带来的并发症,可能达到上百种,非常可怕。”洪昭光说。

  2.胃病:吃得过饱所带来的直接危害就是胃肠道负担加重,消化不良。此外,人体胃黏膜上皮细胞寿命较短,每2-3天就应修复一次。如果上顿还未消化,下顿又填满胃部,胃始终处于饱胀状态,胃黏膜就不易得到修复的机会,胃大量分泌胃液,会破坏胃黏膜,屏障,产生胃部炎症出现消化不良症状,长期以往,还可能发生胃糜烂、胃溃疡等疾病。

  3.肠道疾病:中国台湾科学家发现,脂肪堵塞在肠道里,会造成肠阻塞,大便黑色、带血。

  4.疲劳:吃得过饱,会引起大脑反应迟钝,加速大脑的衰老。人们在吃饱后,身上的血液都跑到肠胃系统去“工作”了,容易让人长期处于疲劳状态,昏昏欲睡。

  5.癌症:日本科学家指出,吃得太饱会造成抑制细胞癌化因子的活动能力降低,增加患癌几率。

  6.老年痴呆:日本有关专家还发现,大约有30%-40%的老年痴呆病人,在青壮年时期都有长期饱食的习惯。

  7.骨质疏松:长期饱食易使骨骼过分脱钙,患骨质疏松的概率会大大提高。

  8.肾病:饮食过量会伤害人的泌尿系统,因为过多的非蛋白氮要从肾脏排出,势必加重肾脏的负担。

  9.急性胰腺炎:晚餐吃得过好过饱,加之饮酒过多,很容易诱发急性胰腺炎。

  10.神经衰弱:晚餐过饱,鼓胀的胃肠会对周围器官造成压迫,使兴奋的“波浪”扩散到大脑皮质其他部位,诱发神经衰弱。


  
“饱”的尺度如何拿捏

  第一,把握好吃饭的时间,最好在感到有点儿饿时开始吃饭,而且每餐在固定时间吃,这样可避免太饿后吃得又多又快。

  第二,吃饭至少保证20分钟,这是因为从吃饭开始,经过20分钟后,大脑才会接收到吃饱的信号。如果吃饭太快,大脑很可能还没得到最新情报人就已经吃多了。

  第三,每口饭都要咀嚼30次以上。

  第四,用小汤匙代替筷子,减慢速度。

  第五,可以多吃些凉拌菜和粗粮,生的食物不好好咀嚼就咽不下去,喝燕麦粥一定比喝白米粥慢,吃全麦馒头也比吃白馒头的速度慢。

  此外,每次少盛一点,吃饭前喝两杯水或是喝碗汤,买小包装的食品,多吃粗纤维的、增加饱腹感的食品,比如豆类、魔芋等,使用浅盘和透明餐具,吃饭时有意识地帮别人转桌夹菜,都是避免吃撑的好办法。

  七分饱到底是种什么感觉?

  说到这里,你一定想知道,吃到七分饱到底是个怎样的感觉?吃到什么程度该放下筷子?生命君请中国农业大学食品科学与营养工程学院范志红老师,给你一个判断标准。

  在研究饱腹感一段时间之后,我认为七分饱应该是这样的感觉,胃里面还没有觉得满,但对食物的热情已经有所下降,主动进食速度也明显变慢。习惯性地还想多吃,但如果撤走食物,换个话题,很快就会忘记吃东西的事情。最要紧的是,第二餐之前不会提前饿。

  很多人说:你怎么能感觉出来这么细致的差异呢?我根本不知道吃到了几分饱啊?这是因为多数人吃饭的时候从来没有细致感受过自己的饱感。如果专心致志地吃,细嚼慢咽,从第一口开始,感受自己对食物的急迫感,对食物的热情,吃的时候速度的快慢,每吃下去一口之后的满足感,饥饿感的逐渐消退,胃里面逐渐充实的感觉,这样慢慢就能体会到七分饱的感觉。所以,我们在日常生活当中,需要放慢速度,专心进餐,才能习惯于七分饱。

  还有一个秘诀,吃水分大的食物可以让胃里提前感受到“满”,有利于控制食量,预防肥胖。比如喝八宝粥,吃汤面,吃大量少油的蔬菜,吃水果,都比较容易让七分饱的感觉提前到来。吃那些需要多嚼几下才能咽下去的食物,比如粗粮,蔬菜,脆水果,能让人放慢进食速度,也有利于对饱感的感受,从而有利于帮助我们控制食量,避免过量。

  然而,精白细软、油多膳食纤维少的食物则正好相反,它们会让人们进食速度加快,不知不觉就吃下很多,而饱感中枢还没有来得及接收到报告,胃里面感觉到饱胀之后才能停住嘴。但这时候,食物中的能量早就超过了身体的需要。后面能做的事情,也只有增加运动来消耗掉多余的卡路里。
        

#7  老吃太饱真会“撑”出10种病             Go Back
我现在就是7分饱,吃多了有罪恶感。
        

#8  Re: 老吃太饱真会“撑”出10种病             Go Back
爱阳深谙养生之道。

我想试试每月辟谷一天。
        

#9  老吃太饱真会“撑”出10种病             Go Back
我过去经常吃“撑”,现在偶尔也是,知道很不好。嘴馋。昨天晚上去Ruby Tuesday,喜欢它的 salad bar,似乎每样都想要,每次都是满满一盘,结果点的主菜没来,就“撑”了。不过最近几年,我大多时候,几乎都是每餐忍着点了。所以虽然10年前横向尺寸变大,但基本上没有变得更大了。如今偶尔有意饿自己一顿的事情,也有。但饿一天,就难了。
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#10  Re: 老吃太饱真会“撑”出10种病             Go Back
"所以虽然10年前横向尺寸变大,但基本上没有变得更大了。"

嗯,这个我可以作证。将E去年的腰围看上去和他当年读大学时差不多。多少?2市尺?对!



BBB wrote: (5/26/2015 17:33)
我过去经常吃“撑”,现在偶尔也是,知道很不好。嘴馋。昨天晚上去Ruby Tuesday,喜欢它的 salad bar,似乎每样都想要,每次都是满满一盘,结果点的主菜没来,就“撑”了。不过最近几年,我大多时候,几乎都是每餐忍着点了。所以虽然10年前横向尺寸变大,但基本上没有变得更大了。如今偶尔有意饿自己一顿的事情,也有。但饿一天,就难了。

        

#11  Re: 老吃太饱真会“撑”出10种病             Go Back
salad 只要没什么 fatty dressing, 当时“撑”,很快就会消化的。
夏天是吃salad的好季节,我现在每天都做蔬菜水果salad,有时加些shrimps.

"几乎都是每餐忍着点了" --- 站长家的饭菜肯定不是一般的好吃。

和谈是站长“当年读大学时”的同学?


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#12  Go organic! Go non-gmo!             Go Back
Food Inc: Chicken Farm part II



GMO OMG - Official Trailer
        

#13  Re: 老吃太饱真会“撑”出10种病             Go Back


哈哈,真有人来挑刺啊?
难道非得是“同学”才可以作证吗?我是站长的大学老师;我是降E学校的食堂里打饭的;我是BBB宿舍大楼看门的;我是,我是,...... confused? you don't!


云天 wrote: (5/31/2015 19:50)

和谈是站长“当年读大学时”的同学?

        

#14  Re: 老吃太饱真会“撑”出10种病             Go Back
挑刺? 岂敢岂敢。
"我是,我是。。。" see, there can be so many possibilities, and it's a small world sometimes.
        

#15  Re: 老吃太饱真会“撑”出10种病             Go Back
自从几年前看了 Food Inc.,就再也不买conventional corn了。
好在现在Costco 的有机食品愈来愈多,愈来愈affordable, 从米面肉到蔬果蛋类,基本上都可买到有机的。


zt:

These five are considered to be "high-risk" for GMOs unless they are grown organically:

corn
Hawaiian papaya
Zucchini
Yellow summer squash
Edamame (soy)
        

#16  Re: 靠墙静蹲 锻炼膝盖肌肉             Go Back
我怎么忘了“干洗脸”了。




再试试这个:

頭&臉部-不一法師木棍推拿





BBB wrote: (5/19/2015 16:0)
只有膝盖年轻,好走路?有没有让面容年轻十岁的简单动作呢?我肤浅,重容貌。

        

#17  Always ask for a second opinion             Go Back
Can you trust your doctor?





http://www.cnn.com/2015/07/10/us/michigan-cancer-doctor-sentenced/

Patients give horror stories as cancer doctor gets 45 years


(CNN) A Detroit-area doctor who authorities say gave cancer treatment drugs to patients who did not need them -- including some who didn't actually have cancer -- was sentenced Friday to 45 years in prison.

Dr. Farid Fata, 50, pleaded guilty in September to giving cancer treatments to misdiagnosed patients, telling some they had a terminal blood cancer called multiple myeloma. He pleaded guilty to 13 counts of Medicare fraud, one count of conspiracy to pay or receive kickbacks and two counts of money laundering.

Federal prosecutors called him the "most egregious fraudster in the history of this country." To Fata, they said, "patients were not people. They were profit centers."

Fata forfeited $17.6 million that he collected from Medicare and private insurance companies. Some 553 patients received medically unnecessary infusions or injections, prosecutors said.

The hematologist-oncologist gave an emotional apology in court, saying he was "ashamed" of his actions.

"I have violated the Hippocratic oath and violated the trust of my patients," Fata said, according to CNN affiliate WDIV. "I do not know how I can heal the wound. I do not know how to express the sorrow and the shame."

But to the dozens of Fata's victims who filed into U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan throughout the week to watch his sentencing, his apology doesn't matter. Many will live with the effects of his, at times, unnecessary treatments, for the rest of their lives.

As Geraldine Parkin, the wife of one former patient said in court, many were "tortured until their last breaths."

Treated, but not sick
Robert Sobieray went to Fata and was given chemotherapy treatments for two and a half years. But he never had cancer.

"It just gets to me," Sobieray said. "What was the motivation? Why, why me? I don't know what did I ever do to him."

The chemotherapy treatments were painful, and made him physically sick. They were so strong that his teeth fell out and his jaw started to change shape. Years after finding out he didn't have cancer, he has lost all but one of his teeth.

"With all the bills piling up, I can't afford to get new teeth," Sobieray said. "(I) would like to eat a good meal again someday. Like salad, used to love eating salad. I can't eat that anymore. A lot of things I love I can't eat anymore."

Patty Hester went to Fata in 2010 after being recommended by another doctor. Her white blood cell counts were low, and Fata was a renowned hematologist and oncologist.

"He was, according to the web page, and according to the fliers, he's world-renowned," Hester said. "When you went in his office, he was top doc."

Hester, who worked in an emergency room at the time, was devastated when Fata told her she had myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS).

"He said, 'You need to start on chemo, like, immediately,'" Hester recalled.

She was in disbelief. And after debating with Fata, he instead put her on iron treatments and, eventually, blood plasma treatments. She was still taking those pricey plasma treatments the day co-workers made her come to the TV and see the news: her doctor had been arrested.

Hester did not have cancer.

'Took full advantage of my trust '
Some of Fata's patients did have various forms of cancer.

Chris Sneary faced Fata for the first time since his former doctor's arrest on Tuesday as he read his victim impact statement in court. He turned to glance at Fata, took a deep breath and read his story.

Sneary came to Fata to be treated for testicular cancer from 2010 to 2013. He had 40 days of chemotherapy, 14 days of hydration therapy and dozens of other treatments and procedures.

"I gave full and total trust to this man to get me and my family through this journey I was about to begin," Sneary said.

Sneary discovered after Fata's arrest that he'd been given "gross overtreatment" -- more expensive and harsh chemotherapy than was necessary and, worse, he had a testicle removed that was medically unnecessary.

"Dr. Fata took full advantage of my trust in him, my fear of dying and, most of all, my top of the line health insurance," Sneary said, at times fighting back tears in court.

And one patient who did have cancer spoke out in court posthumously. Donald Crabtree's wife, Marietta, read a statement he wrote back in December last year, before he passed away.

"None of the tumors were helped -- they increased in number, they increased in size," Crabtree read in court. "I believe Dr. Fata knowingly and purposely treated me for the wrong cancer and gave me the wrong chemotherapy."

Crabtree said it was his dying wish for Fata to spend the rest of his life in prison.

Fata apologizes to patients
Before being sentenced, Fata turned to face those who were at his sentencing and apologized.

"The quest for power is self-destructive," he said, according to WDIV. "They came to me seeking compassion and care. I failed. Yes, I failed."

Now some of his former patients have a chance to file claims and possibly be awarded some of the funds that he collected from Medicare and insurance companies.

Fata is expected to serve at least 34 years of his sentence, possibly at a low-security prison in Michigan.
        

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#19  李开复:星云大师穿透我的内心             Go Back
星云大师穿透我的内心
李开复


生病之前,我被美国《时代周刊》评选为“影响世界百大人物”之一,我意气风发地赴美受奖,自认实至名归、当之无愧。然而,吊诡的是,领奖回来没几个月,我就发现自己生病了。病中赤裸裸地暴露在病痛的风暴中,再大的影响力、再高的知名度都帮不了忙;在诊疗间、在病床上,我什么都不是,就是一个随时可能在呼吸之间顿失所有的病人。

那时候,我常常怨天怨地、责怪老天爷对我不公平,我从内心深处发出呼喊:“为什么是我?我做错了什么?这是因果报应吗?”我是天之骄子啊!我有能力改变世界、造福人类,老天爷应该特别眷顾我,怎么可能会把我抛在癌症的烂泥地里,跟一群凡夫俗子一样在这里挣扎求生?

朋友看我很痛苦,特地带我去拜见星云大师,并在佛光山小住几日。有一天,早课刚过,天还没全亮,我被安排跟大师一起用早斋。饭后,大师突然问我:“开复,有没有想过,你的人生目标是什么?”

我不假思索地回答:“‘最大化影响力’、‘世界因我不同’!”这是我长久以来的人生信仰:一个人能在多大程度上改变世界,就看自己有多大的影响力;影响力越大,做出来的事情就越能够发挥效应……这个信念像肿瘤一样长在我身上,顽强、固执,而且快速扩张。我从来没有怀疑过它的正确性。

大师笑而不语,沉吟片刻后,他说:“这样太危险了!”

“为什么?我不明白!”我太惊讶了!

“我们人是很渺小的,多一个我、少一个我,世界都不会有增减。你要‘世界因我不同’,这就太狂妄了!”大师说得很轻、很慢,但一个字一个字清清楚楚。“什么是‘最大化影响力’呢?一个人如果老想着扩大自己的影响力,你想想,那其实是在追求名利啊!问问自己的心吧!千万不要自己骗自己……”

听到这里,简直像五雷轰顶,从来没有人这么直接、这么温和而又严厉地指出我的盲点。我愣在那里,久久没有答话。

“人生难得,人生一回太不容易了,不必想要改变世界,能把自己做好就很不容易了。”大师略停了停,继续说:“要产生正能量,不要产生负能量。”他的每一个字都落在我的心田里:“面对疾病,正能量是最有效的药。病痛最喜欢的就是担心、悲哀、沮丧。病痛最怕的就是平和、自信,以及对它视若无睹。我患糖尿病几十年了,但我无视它的存在,每天照样做我该做的事,我现在还不是活得好好的!”

那几天常听大师开示,觉得自己过去坚信不疑的很多价值观、信念都是有瑕疵的。我当时还带着很多因为身份、名望、地位而来的自负,大师的话语,我虽然记住了,可是我并没有完全明白,也没有完全接受,甚至还有点儿不服气。

有一天,我想到我在微博上时常针砭时弊,也曾对一些负面的社会现象口诛笔伐。于是请教大师要用什么样的态度面对社会上的“恶”?没想到,大师还是以一贯平和的语气回应我:“一个人倘若一心除恶,表示他看到的都是恶。如果一心行善,尤其是发自本心地行善,而不是想要借着行善来博取名声,才能导正社会,对社会产生正面的效益。”

“可是,如果看到贪婪、邪恶、自私等负面的事件,又该怎么办呢?”我想辩解。

大师说:“要珍惜、尊重周遭的一切,不论善恶美丑,都有存在的价值。就像一座生态完整的森林里,有大象、老虎,也一定有蟑螂和老鼠。完美与缺陷本来就是共存的,也是从人心产生的分别。如果没有邪恶,怎能彰显善的光芒?如果没有自私的狭隘,也无法看到慷慨无私的伟大。所以,真正有益于世界的做法不是除恶,而是行善;不是打击负能量,而是弘扬正能量。”

养病期间,大师的话语时常在我心中回荡。我想得最多的就是“影响力”这三个字。

过去,不论做任何事情,我都会不自觉地先估算这件事能产生多大的影响力。一场演讲不到一千人就不去;每天微博不能新增一万个粉丝,我就觉得内容发得不够。有人发电子邮件问我创业问题,我只回复那些有可能成功的。是否要见一个创业者,完全取决于他的公司有多大潜力。要见哪位记者,也要看他面对的读者群有多少。我从来不觉得这有什么不对,我的行程排得满满的,我的时间有限,当然必须过滤掉很多次要的、没有意义的活动。于是,我精确计算每分每秒该怎么用在能够产生最大影响力的地方;我也几乎有点偏执地把运营社交媒体当作人生目标的重点,把获取粉丝视为志在必得的工作。

那时候,我确实沉溺在各种浮动的快感中,我是众所瞩目的人,走到哪儿都有粉丝围绕着我;我在微博上的影响力让我轻易发起万人实名抵制某一档红火的电视节目;我认为自己是路见不平、仗义执言的大侠。作为一个科技人,我丝毫未察觉自己已经越界;我坚信自己是在关心社会,但骨子里我恐怕已经被千万粉丝冲昏了头,每一个社会重大事件,粉丝都会期待我的表态,于是我陷入转发与关注的热潮中,不能自已;甚至还运用我的专业知识,筛选最值得关注的微博条文,好让我的言论更具有影响力。

大师重重点醒了我:“追求最大化影响力,最后就会用影响力当借口,去追求名利。不承认的人,只是在骗自己。”为了追求更大的影响力,我像机器一样盲目地快速运转,我心中那只贪婪的野兽霸占了我的灵魂,各种堂而皇之的借口,遮蔽了心中的明灯,让我失去准确的判断力。我告诉自己,有了影响力,我就可以伸张正义、做更多有意义的事,我的身体很诚实,我长期睡不好、痛风、便秘,还患了几次带状疱疹。这些警示都太微弱了,无法撼动我那越来越强大的信念;人说“不到黄河心不死”,狂心难歇,最后身体只好用一场大病来警告我,把我逼到生命的最底层,让我看看自己的无知、脆弱、渺小;也让我从身体小宇宙的复杂多变,体会宇宙人生的深邃和奥妙。

身体病了,我才发现,其实我的心病得更严重!当我被迫将不停运转的机器停下来,不必再依赖咖啡提神,我的头脑才终于可以保持清醒,并清楚地看到,追逐名利的人生是肤浅的,为了改变世界的人生是充满压力的。珍贵的生命旅程,应该抱着初学者的心态,对世界保持儿童般的好奇心,好好体验人生;让自己每天都比前一天有进步、有成长,不必改变别人,只要做事问心无愧、对人真诚平等,这就足够了。如果世界上每个人都能如此,世界就会更美好,不必等待任何一个救世主来拯救。

现在,我发现一种更符合自己渺小地位的思维方式,那就是,如果我做一件事情,世界上每一个人也都这么做,那么我们的世界会不会变好一点?如果会,我就去做,但不再用量化的思维计算每件事的“价值”和“意义”。生命太深奥了,很多看不见的价值与意义,会发生在我们看不见的细微之处。例如生病之后,我陆陆续续在微博上发表了一些病后感悟的文章,我只是真诚地想要跟大家分享,再也不会像过去一样,为了增加点击率和扩大影响力而刻意营造推广。我发现,对于真正有需要的人来说,一篇短文、一句诚恳的话,就能深入人心。与其让千万人过目即忘,不如让一两个人铭记在心。而且,通过这种真诚、无私的灵犀相契,我自己得到的回馈才会是正能量。

现在,之前汲汲营营追求的一切,在我心里都渐渐淡了;卸掉身上很多看不见的负担,我才有能力辨识网上许多激昂、沸腾的讨论,常常都充满了负能量。

昨日种种,譬如昨日死;今日种种,譬如今日生。病中醒来,昏聩的心灵也醒过来了。我现在不太看网络消息,更不觉得自己需要在网上仗义执言。眼不见、心不烦,不见可欲,使人心不乱;不烦不乱,就不会带来身心的压力,不然,压力是一切致病之源。就算是对自己的健康负责,我也势必要远离过去的生活方式了。
        



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