Food Parachute: This trick will reduce the health effects of junk food
  My Stanford teacher, Dr. Clyde Wilson, described a simple trick: it will come in handy for many who are unable to refuse junk food, but at least think a…

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What diet can reduce mortality and affect climate and ecology?
I found an interesting article on the Reuters website about how various types of diets throughout the whole of humanity can change life on Earth in a few decades. According…

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How does heat treatment of vegetables affect vitamin content?
Recently, one of my readers asked a question about how baked bell peppers are rich in vitamin C or is it completely resolved by heat treatment. This question prompted me…

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Products for longevity and youth

To slow down aging and live old healthy and alert, you need to act systemically: protect yourself from sunlight, perform endurance exercises, get enough sleep, meditate and deal with stress, adhere to a healthy diet. Some nutrients and products are especially beneficial to the skin and generally help slow down the aging process.

Which point of the program is more significant and important is difficult to say. But, probably, you noticed how much you feel, mood, and appearance depend on what lies on your plate. I went to a barbecue with friends at the weekend – hello heartburn, drank a couple of glasses of alcohol at the festival – hello puffiness, ate stress with a bar (or even two) of chocolate – hello acne. Continue reading

What starch reduces the risk of bowel cancer and how to increase its presence in your diet

For a long time, scientists believed that any starch is digested by digestive enzymes in the small intestine. Until 1982, resistant starch was discovered. It turned out that this type of starch is resistant to digestion: it lingers in the large intestine and serves there as food for friendly microflora along with fiber. As a result, resistant starch:

softens and “fills” the chair,
reduces the risk of colon cancer,
enhances the production of short chain fatty acids and creates a more alkaline environment in the Continue reading

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

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How do scientists justify fats and is it worth it to lean on
WE LIVE AT THE TIME when our ideas about the world and what is good and what is bad are corrected daily. Issues of health and proper nutrition are not…

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Why whole foods are healthier than refined foods
In my articles, I often call products whole or unprocessed in an industrial way and urge them to be preferred. Refined foods can be considered the antipodes of whole foods…

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Food Parachute: This trick will reduce the health effects of junk food
  My Stanford teacher, Dr. Clyde Wilson, described a simple trick: it will come in handy for many who are unable to refuse junk food, but at least think a…

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Arabic Coffee: History and Origin
You can argue for a long time what this phrase means - "coffee in Arabic." Some will argue that this is a special kind of arabica that has conquered the…

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