Posts Tagged ‘Feeding’

5 tips for feeding in stress days

Monday, November 2nd, 2009

CoffeeAs we engaged in, the harder it is to find time to take care of themselves. And very soon, healthy eating habits remain in the background. That’s why we selected these 25 very easy to follow rules for healthy eating – they allow you to eat properly even in the days when they are so busy that driving on autopilot. If you follow them, you will immediately get seven meals a day, fruit and vegetables, all the calcium you need, many fiber and omega-3 fatty acids, abundant antioxidants and many other useful substances. And this will reduce the risk of cancer, stroke, heart failure and diabetes, will have more energy, a fresh mind and you will avoid infections in the urinary system.
First: Suppose that is a normal workday and you’re more busy than ever. Now try our simple advice!
Healthy nutrition tips: 6:00: Wake up. For the last time you disconnect the alarm and feeling the walls are the way to the kitchen:
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The strength of immunity depends mainly from feeding of 12-14 years old

Sunday, October 18th, 2009

BabyAbout 15 years ago in medicine appears the concept of immune nutrition and researchers began to study the impact of different products on the work of the body’s defense system. As our immunity begins to form in the womb of the mother and finally matures to 12 our 14th year, it was logical to make the conclusion that its strength depends on the particular diet during this period. When a child is born, it is virtually sterile and intestines from the food during the first hours, days and months of his life depends on his immunity. It is in the gut barrier is preventing the penetration of viruses, fungi and parasites. Bacteria perform a protective function and if they are sufficiently inhibit harmful flora. The first population of bacteria was at the time of birth by tribal ways. Therefore it is very important in this period the woman to be strong. Bacteria within the body of a child with milk. It contains prebiotics – substances contributing to the development of their own microfloar in the intestines of the child. A few drops of milk immediately after birth are a kind of vaccination against infections and viruses. Ideally the child receives breast milk throughout the first year of life. Pediatricians advise at least 6-months old child should not be feeding and not even give him water because it gets everything you need through breast milk. The introduction of other products in the diet can cause problems with lactation.
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Feeding for energy

Saturday, October 17th, 2009

Fruits feedingUnhealthy diet leads to a lack of energy, constant fatigue and accumulation of toxins. Other factors that lower energy are: dehydration, overeating, irregular meals, caffeine, nicotine, alcohol, stress and sleepless. Our body needs foods that accelerate metabolism and maintain steady, as blood sugar and energy. By adding a full sleep and increased physical activity, you will immediately regain its vitality. At the beginning fitness will make you tired, but will gradually start to feel more energetic because of the flow of endorphins which are released from the body during exercise. Although energy is obtained also from proteins and fats, the majority coming from carbohydrates. They are more easily converted into glucose – the fuel used for energy. But no sense just to increase carbohydrates to increase your energy, as this will affect blood sugar levels. Eat at regular intervals, combining protein with carbohydrates and fats at every meal. This will maintain stable blood sugar by slowing the digestive process, will allow your body to “burn” carbohydrates as fuel and to procure the necessary substances from other foods. The pace at which carbohydrate foods release glucose in blood is measured by glycemic index (GI) and influences the level of energy. Glycemic index classification of foods high hydrate from 0 to 100. The higher is the GI, the faster your blood sugar rises. Foods with low GI (cereals – brown rice, oats, rye, whole grains, legumes, yogurt, raw fruits and vegetables) released its sugars more slowly and have to draw a large part of our diet. With high GI foods are low in fiber, processed sugar products, which consist of highly digestible sugars – candy, chocolate, biscuits, honey, sweetened cornflakes, dried fruit, white bread and white rice.
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4 healthy foods for your heart

Sunday, September 20th, 2009

healthy foodsA healthy heart is not only, as many believe, the result of heredity and lack of harmful habits. Of course, proper nutrition is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle. Therefore, we offer a list of some foods that will help you keep it in good shape:
1. Oatmeal
They are a wonderful breakfast, rich in omega-3 fatty acids, folic acid and potassium. This, together with large amounts of fiber in them makes them indispensable tool in reducing cholesterol and maintaining the tone of blood vessels. As larger are the grains of oats, the more fiber in them. Add oatmeal banana. It is also rich in cellulose.
2. Salmon
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Feeding in proper hours is important for normal weight

Saturday, September 12th, 2009

Milk FoodAll have at least heard that in order to maintain the good shape it takes more or less to move – depending on what you do during the day. Now to this recommendation by nutritionists of the United States Northwestern University (Northwestern University) added one more – to eat at the right times. In their irregular diet and eat especially at night when the body needs a rest, will inevitably lead to adding unnecessary weight. In this process, called play a major role. circadian rhythms, which control the distribution of energy in the body – ie our internal clock. “The cause of the thickening is not just in the genes, and calorific value of the products,” said experts quoted by the BBC, “but in the circadian biology of the organism. Eating at the right time is essential to avoid weight gain in our calculations could become a major factor in reducing the epidemic of obesity, which to date has affected over 300 million people worldwide. According to American nutritionists Poor nutrition is contrary to the natural rhythms laid down in the body. Why compliance with the diet significantly influenced weight gain.
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