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Green tea makes you waist thin

Tuesday, March 1st, 2011

Thin waistAccording to the recent research into green tea is especially suitable for people who diet, helping to more rapid degradation of fats, especially for patients complaining of heart problems, as with many mental illnesses. Survey results show that the use of drink green tea accelerates metabolism, helping to burn more calories in same amount of food consumed. The main reason that refreshing drink is becoming more popular is that it successfully reduced fat sediments retained in the abdomen and waist, and as we well know, maintaining a slim waist is one of the most labor-intensive tasks. Unexpectedly and the confirmation of the fact that green tea contains caffeine levels that are equal to those contained in certain types of coffee. This explains the effect and refreshing drink, but lighter taste compared to coffee makes it a lot of people.
Furthermore, caffeine, which is rich in green tea is associated with tannin and the impact it has on the body. Antioxidant ability of green tea are well known, but they continue to gather new fans of the drink every day. Antioxidants scavenge for free radicals in the body, thereby reducing the rate of aging of the body.
As many are the benefits of green tea, however, it is daily dose should not exceed 3-4 cups.

Tea is healthy and tasty

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

TeaAll statistics show that tea is undoubtedly the most popular beverage in the world. Its history is centuries old. It is difficult to determine exactly when people started to drink the decoction of its leaves, but on his country no dispute – this is China. According to the legend of Shen Nong, who before about 4800, the Chinese learned to grow and use plant. To help people, he tested himself on various leaves, stems and roots. The first systematic treatise on tea, Cha Jing (Tea canon) appeared in China in the Tang Dynasty. Lu Yu Its author describes in detail the production of tea growing areas, the quality of tea and how to prepare the drink. Buddhist monks, missionaries carried the tea to Japan, and gradually he also reached Europe. In 1547 Cossacks present it to the king unusual gift – a jar of fragrant tea. In Europe, tea was brought by the Dutch. In 1684 he secretly planted in Indonesia. In India, comes much later – only in 1831 and five years later, England received the first shipment of Indian tea. Then he became very common in Ceylon, where from an unknown disease killed all the coffee plantations. Today tea is grown in Africa (Kenya) and South America.
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Why Japanese cuisine is considered as healthy?

Monday, January 11th, 2010

Japanese dishThe nutrition in the Land of the Rising Sun features an age-old traditions, many of which have remained unchanged for centuries. The Japanese believe that it can truly created miracles: healing and rejuvenation of the body. It is believed that the Japanese diet may increase stamina, strengthen the impoverished health and literally make a man forget about age. Although in recent years the Japanese are increasingly interested in European dishes, they remain supporters of traditional Japanese cuisine products: rice, vegetables, fish and seafood. Japanese cuisine continues to retain its unique character. It is characterized by the dominance of plant protein and fat intake are primarily of marine products – in a word, it is low calorie. What exactly are the basic rules of nutrition in Japan.
Rule № 1: small portions
Each of us can eat as much food and for a short time so that it is difficult to realize how much is actually held.
Japanese eat small meals and this is of benefit not only the body but also for aesthetic perception. So if you’re fans of good nutrition, but still you can not abstain in quantities change their dishes – small plates will be very difficult for displaying large amounts of food. Thus, during the first week will reduce the amount of portions of okolo1 / 5 in a second – with 1 / 4. So after 3-4 weeks without any effort would have reduced the usual portion twice before. Moderation in the diet really is the foundation of good health. “To eat less” – this is the formula for deliverance from all diseases, occurring as a result of saturation and poisoning.

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