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Bananas, walnuts and chocolate threat depression

Wednesday, August 11th, 2010

Banana ChocolateThey are a real alternative to antidepressants drugs, say scientists from the Belgian Institute for Health Protection. “Some foods contain large amounts of hormones that increase the conduction of nerve impulses. If a person prefers them and they often appear in his diet, he became more prone to depression. The body only seeks to heal, “said the Belgian experts. According to them very good natural alternative to antidepressants are chocolate, bananas and walnuts: “Not surprisingly, Belgium, where depression associated with lack of sunshine are common, is considered one of the places where chocolate was created a menu of Scandinavian bananas are everyday life. ” Several studies show a direct link between nutrition and mental disorders. There are even special diets designed to be used in their treatment. Honey in combination with nuts do is useful to increase potency, according to a British study, cited by BBC. Scientists advise each day to take 2-3 hours before sleep rn 100 g walnuts, mixed with a spoonful of honey.

Chocolate regulate the blood pressure

Tuesday, August 25th, 2009

chocolate blood PressureThe optimal blood pressure of a healthy man of middle age is 120/80. If you have been diagnosed with hypertension, your doctor explain to you what to do and you indicated drugs, reducing salt in food, doing exercise, adoption of more calcium, vitamin D, magnesium and potassium. 8 following foods are your faithful helper in the fight against high blood pressure:
Fresh milk cream
Your milk provides vitamin D and calcium, two substances that work as a team in order to reduce the blood 3 to 10 percent. Although it is not able to help and 15% reduction of cardiovascular diseases.
Spinach, sunflower seeds, beans
These foods are full of magnesium, a key element that helps to normalize blood pressure. Also, many potassium further makes spinach, seeds and Boban very relevant to the case.

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