Posts Tagged ‘Vitamin D’
These substances are essential in the formation and functioning of the human organism.
In this complex world, but wise in life, nature provides all the elements to achieve a perfect balance, and the verification of these wonders, immersed in nature, is the discovery of the existence of vitamins, a source of life, welfare, health and beauty inexhaustible.
Indeed, the medical world, biochemical and pharmaceutical are held constant throughout the year, because in 1972 the Polish biochemist Casimir Funk was able to demonstrate the presence of vitamins in foods such as vegetables and fruits.
Today, Colombia is the company DSM, whose brand and parent company, has for about eight years, the division of nutrition, at the time, 10 decades ago, but still La Roche, gave birth to the discovery of vitamins in their laboratories ,which makes it worthy of the exclusive distribution of them worldwide for industrial and pharmaceutical use. 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 »
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 »
Did you know that people with osteoporosis are more likely to have cardiovascular problems?, What people with atherosclerosis often have weaker bones and increased risk of fracture?. Yes, there are common pathological mechanisms linking osteoporosis (softening of bone tissue) with atherosclerosis (calcification of vascular tissue) ( Clin Calcium. 2007 ). This (little) known relationship has led to the emergence of strategies to combat osteoporosis and atherosclerosis from one nutritional approach. The relationship between these two diseases was discovered in 1993 after noted that the cells lining the artery wall, endothelial cells, could be transformed into bone cells (osteoblasts) in a process similar to the formation of bone ( Jour Clin Invest. 1993 ). Over the years it has also been reported that over 90% of the fatty plaques that clog the arteries (atherosclerosis indication that there are) undergo a process of calcification ( Braz Med Biol Res 2007 Jour ). Read the rest of this entry »
Calcium in the bones
The bones and the skeleton is the structure of the human body, they are held together by ligaments, muscles and tendons . Bone is hard tissue formed by a frame formed mineral minerals such as calcium , the phosphorus , the magnesium … Everyone has a bone stock to monitor and maintain, this, in early childhood. Read the rest of this entry »