Posts Tagged ‘Fruits’

Coffee sometimes can be more healthy than fruits

Friday, February 19th, 2010

CoffeeAfter analysis of the impact on human beings of different foods (including fruits, vegetables and nuts), researchers found that their benefits are significantly less than 1.2 cups of coffee. “Antioxidants contained in this drink are able to resist diseases such as diabetes and successfully combat the free radicals that deplete the structure of cells, say the authors of the publication in the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine. Antioxidants are natural or nature identical compounds which prevent oxidation of the active compounds in the cells of the body, which reduces the risk of developing various diseases, including related to the chemical, physical, radiological, bacteriological and other environmental factors. Is another interesting fact from the published research – that are equally useful and coffee with and without caffeine. According to statistics daily average use grown-up 1299 mg antioxidants from coffee (drank an average of 1.64 cups of coffee). His closest “rival” is tea in one cup of which contains 294 mg, followed by bananas (76 mg), mature beans (72 mg) and maize (48 mg). Scientists indicate the recommended daily norm coffee – a cup and a half and warned that it should not replace other products needed for the organism.
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How to beat seasonal Avitaminosis

Wednesday, October 21st, 2009

VitaminsThe modern diet (a predominance of greenhouse vegetables and fruits known. Fast food, etc.) we can not provide the necessary vitamins and minerals. First suffer from this deficiency, of course, children. Experts believe that malnutrition may even cause changes in the genetic program for growth and development of the child. Vitamins and minerals affect the growth, neuro-psychological and sexual development, participate in the processes of biological and social adaptation of personality, regulate metabolism. They protect the body from an early age from the effects of stress, the impact of eco-patological factors and infections contribute to the absorption of new knowledge and thus to some extent determine the possibilities of knowledge. How to recognize the deficiency of vitamins. In practice this is not so difficult as long as you know the symptoms that accompany auto-minozata:
- Dry skin;
- Tendency to rashes;
- Tearing hair;
- Decreased hemoglobin;
- Frequent allergies;
- Dis-bacteriologic bowel
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How to reduce the appetite

Monday, October 5th, 2009

FruitsThe reduction of appetite is an important task especially for those who want to lose weight. Almost everyone at some period of his life looking for one way or another to retain or regain their slender figure. In the name of her diet, even those that do not suit us, trying to suppress or reduce their appetite, suffer from hunger. As a result of this increased stress in the body, and has shown that weight removed in a state of stress will then recover. Professionals who are dealing with a healthy diet, consider that to maintain the figure, it is not required to comply with diet. You only need to control the menu and appetite and not overeat. We offer you four ways to reduce the appetite without any loads on the nervous system.
1. Increase fluid intake
Water reduces appetite. Best mineral, but in no event soda. Juices (no sugar or sweetener!) Also help to reduce appetite. Thus, besides being a very effective and is very useful for the normal functioning of the gastrointestinal tract. Glass of water before meals is a wonderful tool for inclusion in the process of digestion and create a feeling of fullness in the stomach and, of course, greatly reduces appetite.
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Fruits and vegetables are good for the memory

Monday, September 21st, 2009

Fruits VegetablesThe presence of more fruits and vegetables in the daily menu improves cognitive function in the brain, says an international team of neuroscientists from the University “Heinrich Heine” hospital “St. Elizabeth” in Cologne (Germany), University of Perugia (Italy) and Temple University “(Temple University) in the United States. Scientists have studied the correlation between the consumption of fruit and vegetable antioxidant content in blood and brain activity of people between 45 and 102 years. Results showed that those whose diet each day attended by 400-500 grams of fruit and vegetables have high levels of beneficial antioxidants in the body and thus low performance of lipid damage by free radicals. Moreover, their ability to remember and use the saved is considerably higher than those in fruit and vegetables are less than 100 grams per day.
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