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The health and proper functioning of our body depends on nutrition and food we have in life. Food and Nutrition although seem to mean the same, they are different concepts. Feeding of us to take our environment, the food diet (Out of the mouth) and Nutrition is the set of processes that allow our bodies use the nutrients in food to perform their functions (for inside the mouth). Foods products are all natural and industrialized eat to fill a physiological need (hunger). Nutrients are substances found in food and the body needs to perform different functions and maintaining health. There are five types of nutrients called: Proteins or Proteins, fats or lipids, carbohydrates or carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. Read the rest of this entry »
Individuals with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), chronic, painful and inflammatory that affects the joints and connective tissue, constantly seeking ways to alleviate their symptoms through diet and dietary supplements. Although researchers have not yet found the magic elixir to cure RA, several studies seem to show a connection between certain foods and inflammation that characterizes this autoimmune disorder. Before taking supplements or a special diet, consult your doctor. These tactics may interact with drugs involuntarily.
Best for those with AR-and anyone-is a balanced diet, according to the FDA, should be based on a power plant. Fundamentally should include fruits, vegetables , legumes and whole grains. Your diet should contain protein absorption and easy digestion (examples are soy protein, gluten, nuts, legumes and seeds ), of which the gluten has a protein concentration of 70% by weight, and others up to 35%. Read the rest of this entry »
Many times when talking about cholesterol, we fall into the error of considering it an enemy. If it is true, that too poses a high risk to the arteries, its lack is also a negative factor for the organism, because we need to form hormones and to maintain proper brain health.
We have mentioned in other notes related, types of cholesterol, and its consequences. In short we can say that if the blood test report we present a high level of HDL cholesterol, our risk of heart attacks decreased, but if instead our LDL levels are high, the risk itself is increased.
Ideally, that between half and one third of the total cholesterol to HDL corresponded our organism, along with a proper blood sugar level . Read the rest of this entry »
Despite the decline in metabolism, the body keeps still needs the same or even higher in vitamins and minerals. This, combined with needs proteins, carbohydrates and lipids, reminds us of the importance of eating three meals a day, accompanied by 1 to 3 snacks if desired. At each meal, choose foods from at least 3 of the 4 food groups. The variety is often the key to a good appetite to try new cereals, breads and vegetables and colorful fruits. In summary, make sure to vary our diet and take at least the minimum recommended servings from Canada’s Food Guide to meet the needs of our organization! Read the rest of this entry »
When you are shopping for peppers usually spoiled for choice, because the healthy vegetables are available in different variants: Whether red, orange, yellow or green – the colors already is plenty of choice. Then this come various forms: While peppers are rather thick and round, red pepper have a longer and narrower shape. Also in the taste, the different pepper varieties differ from each other: from mild to hot peppers is to get into the various nuances. One is the different pepper varieties in common, however: Peppers are healthy, have lots of vitamins and low in calories. Read the rest of this entry »