Day: February 12, 2013

Sardines for healthy heart

February 12, 2013

Sardines are rich in healthy omega-3 fatty acids and calcium. Find which canned sardines to choose, how to preserve their freshness, and how to prepare them. We bring you excerpts from the book “The healthiest foods in the world” by George Mateljan where you will learn all about sardines. The following are excerpts from the […]

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12 super-healing foods

February 12, 2013

Guava is a small tropical fruit that can be round, oval or pear-shaped. If you can get them, start to eat them as soon as possible. Guava contains more antioxidant lycopene than any other fruit or vegetable, and has almost 20 percent of it more than tomatoes. Our bodies cannot process much lycopene in tomatoes […]

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The secret ingredient for losing weight: algae

February 12, 2013

Brown algae pigment reduces the volume of fat tissue in the stomach area Algae are sea vegetables which is proven to help in losing weight and especially in elimination of the fat tissue in the stomach area. For that purposes it is best to consume brown algae. Fucus vesiculosus, kelp, wakame and arame, not only […]

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Milk diet melts fats

February 12, 2013

Women will benefit the most from the diet with low – fat dairy products. Milk and dairy products belong to low – glycemic produce, so with them we can easily adjust caloric intake, and women who eat/drink dairy products on regular basis are less apt to gaining weight, explains Dr.Sc. Ignac Kulier in his book […]

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Recipes and advice for 3 days of Pritikin diet

February 12, 2013

Pritkin diet is one of the diets that work, it is well balanced so it’s also a perfect health diet. Each daily menu is composed of two parts: 1. Dish list for the day, made for one person 2. Recipes for single dishes (planned for 4 people  – they are modified by adding or subtracting […]

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Foods you can overdose on

February 12, 2013

We can eat some food in unlimited quantities. However, there are some foods which should not be exaggerated with because they could cause both short- and long-term health problems. Each food we eat contains a complex of minerals, vitamins, proteins, carbohydrates and numerous other ingredients, each of which has different effects on our organism.

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