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 only not an exception, but, on the contrary, are more often questioned than others. What is at stake is well understood by those who once every day during the year ate tuna (“not at all fatty, 22% protein, vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, B9, E, PP; calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium , iodine, iron, zinc … ”) in order to choke on a fish sandwich one day, reading a study that tuna, like other perennial inhabitants of the ocean, accumulates mercury in its tissues, therefore it is recommended to eat it no more than a couple of times a month.
Nevertheless, a healthy lifestyle over the past decades has formed an official list of “constant enemies”, where tobacco, alcohol, sugar and saturated fats are among the most dangerous (except for adherents of Continue reading
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 bad depending on the carbohydrates you consume. In this article, you will learn what the “good” and “bad” carbohydrates are, as well as their sources, and you can adjust your diet for the better.
What are carbohydrates?
Carbohydrates are the main group of nutrients along with proteins and fats. The main function of these substances in the human body is to generate energy. Carbohydrates are divided into simple and complex, Continue reading
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 little about their health. But Dr. Wilson knows what he’s talking about: he received a doctorate in chemistry at Stanford University and at the same time teaches at UCSF medical schools, and also heads the Sports Medicine Institute. In his article, Dr. Wilson tells how to continue to eat pizza and fast food, significantly reducing their detrimental effect on our body. I hasten to share a secret with you, translating, with the permission of the author, an article in Russian:
“Today we take food as a drug, because in busy schedules we need a quick way to keep moving. And the food industry provides us with tasty, inexpensive and convenient food that successfully satisfies our need Continue reading