Chips threat – health risks caused regular consumption

Chips threat - health risks caused regular consumption - potato-chips

Chips threat – health risks caused regular consumption

Chips threat – health risks caused regular consumption – Polish scientists from the Institute of
Food and Nutrition
demonstrated health risks, which carries regular consumption of chips.

Chips contain unhealthy fats, high in salt and acrylamide, which is toxic to the nervous system.
Induces
chronic inflammation of the body and increases the risk of cancer. The study was conducted
on a group of
14 persons who at the 4 weeks after every packet of potato chips (160 g).
It turned out that
after this time in their increased blood levels of acrylamide compounds responsible
for
inflammation in the body (CRP, IL-6) and bad cholesterol (LDL). Further demonstrated that
acrylamide
bound to hemoglobin, so that it can not be efficiently removed from the body.

William Harvey – anatomist and physiologist

William Harvey - anatomist and physiologist

William Harvey – anatomist and physiologist

William Harvey – anatomist and physiologist – In 01. 04. 1578 was born anatomist and physiologist William Harvey. As the first, in 1628 described the construction and operation of the bloodstream. He showed that the contraction of the heart is the origin of the muscle. His discoveries made through experiments on dogs. The result of his discoveries were the first, unsuccessful transfusions and dissemination of treatment bloodletting.

First blood transfusion

First blood transfusion - Jean-Baptiste DenysFirst blood transfusion - Richard Lower

First blood transfusion

First blood transfusion – Historical sources say that the first man, who carried a transfusion, was a French physician Jean-Baptiste Denys. This was done in June 1667., Although some sources attribute this important work to the English medical Richard Lower. J-B. Denys transfused 2 l. Sheep blood deadly bleeding 15-year-old boy. Miraculously, he managed to save the young man, almost 300 years before the first determination of blood groups.

Commoniest blood group – In the world is a type of 0

Commoniest blood group - Map of blood group A in the worldCommoniest blood group - Map of blood group B in the world

Commoniest blood group - Map of blood group 0 in the world

Commoniest blood group – In the world is a type of 0

Commoniest blood group – In the world is a type of 0. However, in some regions, which include the Poland, is most common the blood group A.

Currently, in the world blood group A has:

  • 40% people of white race,
  • 26% people of black race,
  • 57% of Hispanics,
  • 40% of Asians,

These people are called. universal donors. Their blood can safely be used for transfusions for people with any blood group.

The rarest blood group is type AB, which flows in the veins:

  • 4% people of white race,
  • 4% people of black race,
  • 2% of Hispanics,
  • 7% of Asians,

A little more common is the blood group B circulates in the bodies:

  • 11% people of white race,
  • 19% people of black race,
  • 10% of Hispanics,
  • 25% of Asians,

 

Octopus possess three hearts

Octopus possess three hearts - California Two Spot Octopus

Octopus possess three hearts

Octopus possess three hearts – Octopus is a highly intelligent cephalopod, has neurons in the tentacles, teeth, tongue, and three hearts. Octopuses also have an unusual blood color: blue. Their transport of oxygen through the blood is not based on iron, but the copper. This solution is better suited to low temperatures and low oxygen concentrations.

Second brain – Neurocardiologists discovery

Second brain - Anatomy of the human heart

Second brain – Neurocardiologists discovery

Second brain – As in the case of operations on the brain heart surgery also it requires extraordinary precision. Neurocardiologists discovered the fact that the heart not only pumps blood through the body this organ also has about 40,000 nerve cells that constantly exchange information with the neurons in the brain. Doctors speak of “neuro-intelligence of the heart”.

Skin active after death – Posthumous spots

Skin active after death - Sweat on the skin

Skin active after death – Posthumous spots

Skin active after death – Even 20-30 minutes after the cessation of circulation created the first posthumous spots in the lower part of the body where under the influence of gravity collects blood. But the same skin is still active. Sweat glands can work for more than 30 hours. After the onset of rigor mortis of the deceased may appear even goosebumps.