Food contains all the nutrients, vitamins and minerals. Diet can be composed to mobilize the body to burn fat. What to eat and what to avoid to improve metabolism? Which natural foods accelerate metabolism? Read more
Fiber is an important part of a healthy balanced diet. Dietary fiber may help prevent heart disease, diabetes, weight gain and certain types of cancer. It greatly affects the health of the digestive system. Read more
Osteoporosis is the most common metabolic bone disease. Moreover, changes in the skeletal system are beginning to appear at a younger age. But osteoporosis is a disease which can be avoided. The only condition is early implementation of prevention. Read more
Everyone has heard about the miraculous properties of green tea. Among other things, it accelerates metabolism, weight loss, strengthens blood vessels, prevent colds and cancer. Is one glass a day enough to experience all the benefits of green tea? How much green tea should be drunk? Is it dangerous to drink too much green tea? Read more
Grapefruit is a juicy fruit with sweet and sour taste and a characteristic note of bitterness. It was created by combining two genres: pomelo and orange. Grapefruit is a very useful component of the diet and has excellent health properties. Read more
Trans fats are a long time are “on the carpet”. Their impact on health is widely accepted. Unhealthy fats are replaced by other, “healthier” products, including palm oil. However, recently, palm oil has also been heavily criticized. What is the truth? Palm oil is harmful or beneficial to health? Palm oil is added to many food products. Therefore, it is useful to be aware of what are the properties of palm fat.
The fat that we deliver in our diet is our enemy or rather an ally? Media promote a low fat diet. It is said that fat causes overweight that raises cholesterol levels and that it is the source of all evil. Do you really think that removing all the fat from your diet will make you look better? Read more
Soy is very popular and available in many forms. In addition to grains, almost every store is available soy flour, miso, tofu and many other forms of processed soy. It is a great source of valuable protein, which contains eight essential amino acids, which the body can not synthesize alone. Soy is also easy to grow in a home garden or field. Fresh, personally bred and harvested soy is an even more rich source of protein and nutrients. Read more