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This spring, I lived in California, and I had the opportunity to attend a very interesting two-month nutrition course at Stanford University. The program was called Food Facts and Fads…

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Good and bad carbohydrates
Proper nutrition is one of the most effective methods of maintaining good health and well-being. One of its most important aspects is carbohydrates, because your well-being can be good or…

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Meat or Pasta: Is Vegetarianism Ecologically Safe
AROUND VEGETARIANISM AND MORE CATEGORIC VEGANITY, disputes continue: while some people consciously refuse meat or animal products for ethical reasons, others condemn this choice. We have already tried to figure…

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Why bitter foods are good and how to enjoy them

Bitter foods – doesn’t sound too appetizing, right? But you may be surprised to find out how useful they are. And that your body really craves a bitter taste – and hints at it in many ways.

Bitter foods have many beneficial properties. First of all, they need to be eaten to maintain the health of our liver. This organ takes a serious blow – the liver helps the body get rid of toxins – the waste products of cells and those toxins that come to us from the environment and with food. Bitter vegetables and herbs contain phytonutrients that support the liver and help it metabolize cholesterol and fat, balance hormones, and cleanse the blood.

In addition, the bitter taste helps us absorb nutrients from foods. Since bitter foods stimulate the Continue reading

Proper preparation for a fasting diet
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Meat or Pasta: Is Vegetarianism Ecologically Safe
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