Foods That Reduce Human Growth Hormone 0 506

By: Cameron Blake
Source: Browngirl

Before you put another bite in your mouth, find out if it will interfere with your human growth hormone production. These 8 foods that reduce human growth hormone can impede your best efforts at the gym. You may think you are doing everything right to maximize hormone production however, the wrong dinner or before-bed snack could be your downfall.

Are you really what you eat?

When it comes to your hormone levels, the answer could very well be yes. That is why knowing these foods that reduce HGH levels are vital to your well-being.
Here is the list of top HGH inhibiting foods:

  1. Sugar
  2. Alcohol
  3. Caffeine
  4. Pre-packaged meals
  5. Acidic foods
  6. Bread and other Carbohydrates
  7. Protein
  8. Spicy foods

Why Do Some Foods Reduce Human Growth Hormone Production?

You probably were shocked to see some of the items on that list. After all, your body needs protein to manufacture human growth hormone. How could it possibly be on this list? Continue reading to find out why.

For some of these 8 foods that reduce human growth hormone, it is not as much about the food as it is about the timing of consumption. Certain foods will minimize HGH production if eaten before bed. The reason: they can raise blood insulin levels that can inhibit human growth hormone production.
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“It is a million dollar export industry and I am a part of it”

  • Name: Yadushika Radhakrishnan
  • Age: 21
  • Currently living in: Colombo
  • Educated at: Lyceum International School, Completed BSc in Economics at Royal Institute Campus, University of London, Currently studying Diploma in Jewelry Design at Academy of Design.
  • Hobbies: Drawing, Photography, Jewelry Designing, Coming up with business solutions.
  • Net Worth: US$162,000
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“I am a proud Global Sri Lankan and an outstanding young achiever”

  • Name: Shaveen Ilapperuma
  • Age: 20
  • Currently living in: Australia / Sri Lanka
  • Educated at: St Peter’s College (Currently at Monash University Melbourne)
  • Hobbies: Playing and Listening to music, Doing Drama, Reading
  • Net Worth: US$458,000
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“I am a global Sri Lankan. I don’t dream about success, I work hard for it”

  • Name: Akna Gooneratne
  • Age: 21
  • Currently living in:  Melbourne
  • Educated at: Deakin University
  • Hobbies: Reading
  • Net Worth:  US$ 382,000
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I am a global Sri Lanka bringing world to my nation”

  • Name – Tracy Francis
  • Age – 36 years
  • Currently living – Globe Trotter, travel to where work takes me.
  • Educated at – Bishop’s College, Aquinas College & BIDTI for IR and Diplomacy
  • Hobbies – Enjoy reading on current affairs, international relations, and on sports.
  • Net worth – you cannot put a price tag on a human. In-valuable.
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“I am a global Sri Lankan taking my nation to the world”

  • Name: Gaya Samarasingha
  • Age: 36
  • Currently living in: Salt Lake City, Utah – USA
  • Educated at:
  • Vihara Maha Devi Balika Vidyalaya, Badulla (early childhood education)
  • Mahamaya Girls College, Kandy
  • Utah State University – BS in Management Information Systems
  • Iowa State University – MBA
  • Hobbies: Cooking
  • Net Worth: N/A
 

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Devil Dancing to Cure Illness 0 1209

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By: T.V Perera

Masked dancing is practised in various forms in certain Asian countries notably India, Bhutan, Tibet, China, Korea, Thailand Malaysia and Sri Lanka as well as among different tribes in Africa. In India, Bhutan, and Tibet masked dancing known as Cham, takes the form of a Buddhist monastery festival where the ritual dance is accompanied by chanting, sounds of cymbals, longhorns and drums with the dancers wearing wooden and brightly coloured larger than life papier mache, intricately painted.

 Devil-Dancing-Sri-Lanka-02In Sri Lanka, masked dancing which has a tradition all its own is considered a sort of ceremonial dance. Commonly known as ‘Devil dancing’ due to the masks worn  being related to malignant beings such as the Gara Yaka, Reeri Yaka, Mahasona and Suniyan Yaka it is believed to have prevailed in the country even before the introduction of Buddhism and is still largely resorted to especially in the Southern and Uva Provinces. The chief characteristic of mask dancing is that all forms are directed to a super human being.

‘’According to folk belief, demons exhort offerings from human beings by sending on them sicknesses ranging from deafness to cholera and other calamities including fear of death.’’

These misfortunes it is believed can be eliminated by proper offerings accompanied by suitable ceremonies. There are 18 physical and psychological ailments known as sanni in Sinhala tradition, attributed to demons.  Masked dance healing liturgies referred to as sanni yakuma are adopted to liberate people from these sicknesses caused by unscrupulous hideous demons.

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Commonly known as a Thovile, the mask dance itself is the representation of the super natural being by a dancer or a troupe of dancers and the descending of the invoked-being into the dancer, and sometimes even into some of the onlookers. Several forms of mask dances (thovils) exist, each for a specific purpose. A thovil ceremony performed in times of sickness has always been interesting and although elaborate, is merely an exorcism to expel the demon (yaka) by which the sick person is believed to be possessed.

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