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Visceral fat could be ‘drastically’ lowered by chickpeas – research suggests

[ad_1] According to Herrington Medical Centre: “Trials have shown that adding just one daily serving (130 g) of chickpeas to your diet encourages the consumption of fewer unhealthy saturated and trans-fats, and leads to a five percent lowering of cholesterol levels, in the process.”What else can you eat to reduce visceral fat?Bupa has identified several other lean foods that you could eat to help lose weight. These foods, it says,
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Energy price cap: Three things to do before your bills rise

[ad_1] In England, Scotland and Wales, all homes in council tax bands A to D, or up to E if a householder has a disability, are also eligible for a £150 energy rebate from their local council. The payment should have been made by the end of September, so check that you have received this. The Northern Ireland Assembly has received an equivalent sum of money to administer locally. [ad_2]
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‘Without him I wouldn’t be here’: Woman meets heart surgeon who gave her the gift of life

[ad_1] She was diagnosed at age 11, in 1983, with Eisenmenger syndrome. The condition causes irregular blood flow in the heart and lungs, which leads to heart failure and irreversible lung damage.When Katie, of Sidcup, Kent, was diagnosed with the disease there was no treatment and most patients died before the age of 30.But in 1984, a team at Papworth Hospital, Cambridgeshire, performed Europe’s first successful heart and lung transplant.In
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London Marathon: First time marathon runners can expect drop in blood pressure

[ad_1] A marathon might not be for everyone, however. According to experts, it doesn’t need to be.If you aim for the NHS’ exercise recommendations, you should “reap the benefits”.Professor Metin said: “Setting yourself a goal – such as training for a marathon – is a great way to stay motivated and follow through on your New Year health resolutions. But you don’t need to train for a marathon to reap