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3 days 13 hours ago

We get to try the New peach mango cleanse today, my 2 day fast is over due and I’m look forward to a reset and getting rid of some bloat....I do a 2 day cleanse/fast for health purposes it’s truly amazing what our bodies are capable of...but in saying that I do get amazing fat loss as well, I would equate it to about 2 weeks of my Comp prep diet.😳
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Fast food and takeaways have been linked to a surge in child asthma and allergies. Teenagers are more likely to have severe asthma and eczema if they eat fast food more than three times a week, a large new international study has indicated.

Young teenagers are nearly forty per cent (40%) more likely to have severe asthma if they eat burgers and other types of fast food more than three times a week. Children aged six to seven were found to have an increased risk of twenty seven per cent (27%). Children eating fast food were also more likely to get severe eczema and rhinitis.

Eating fruit regularly appears to protect young people from asthma and allergies. Consuming three or more portions of fruit a week reduced the severity of the symptoms by eleven per cent (11%) among teenagers and fourteen per cent (14%) among younger children.

The international research project, the biggest of its kind ever conducted, involved nearly two million children from more than one hundred different countries.

The children and their parents were sent questionnaires about their eating habits over the previous twelve months. They were asked how often they had eaten specific foods, including meat, fish, fruit and vegetables, pulses, cereals, bread and pasta, rice, butter, margarine, nuts, potatoes, milk, eggs, and fast food or burgers. They were also asked whether and how often they suffered from specific asthma and allergy symptoms and, if so, how severe they were and whether those conditions stopped them sleeping or interfered in any way with daily life.

The link between fast food and asthma and allergies is biologically plausible. It could be related to higher saturated fatty acids, trans fatty acids, sodium, carbohydrates and sugar levels of fast food and preservatives. Fast foods have high levels of industrially hydrogenated vegetable fats such as margarine, which can be a source of trans fatty acids, and there is evidence that dietary intake of trans fatty acids is associated with asthma and allergy. In the teenagers in the survey, eating butter, margarine and pasta was also associated with asthma symptoms.

The study did not differentiate between types of fast food. The lead question simply asked: "In the past twelve months, how often, on average, did you (did your child) eat or drink the following: meat; seafood; fruit; vegetables (green and root); pulses (peas, beans, lentils); cereal; pasta (including bread); rice; butter; margarine; nuts; potatoes; milk; eggs and fast food/burgers?"

Emerging evidence suggests that the vitamins and antioxidants found in fresh fruit and vegetables have a beneficial effect on asthma. Asthma UK advises people with asthma to eat a healthy, balanced diet including five portions of fruit or vegetables every day, fish more than twice a week, and pulses more than once a week.

A good bet seems to be a Mediterranean-style diet. Asthma UK cites a research project into diet and asthma carried out in Athens (Greece) in 2011. This compared school children in the city with those in a rural part of Greece. They found that the urban children were more likely to get asthma, but eating a Mediterranean diet, rich in vegetables, fish and oils, appeared to protect them.

Trans fatty acids have been linked to asthma and allergies before, in addition to raising cholesterol levels. The UK NHS advises people to reduce their intake. The fast food study suggests that the best advice for parents wanting to protect their children from asthma and allergies is to try to ensure they have a generally healthy diet, with plenty of fruit and hopefully some vegetables, and to steer clear of fast food restaurants !