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Benefits of cheese for the heart, brain and bones

Posted by on Feb 27, 2017 in Nutrition | 0 comments

Cheese belongs to the healthy diet because it is rich in calcium, vitamin D and vitamin K2, which build bones and teeth and keep the heart’s arteries. However, it is not about a processed cheese, but a high-quality, real cheese. Read more of what makes a healthy cheese and what health benefits it has to offer us. The nutrients in cheese for healthy heart and weight. Cheese is important supplier of saturated fatty acids that support heart health and metabolism. Cheese contains: Proteins and amino acids Saturated fats and omega-3 fatty acid Sitamins and minerals such as calcium, zinc, phosphorus, vitamin A, vitamin D, B2 (riboflavin), B12, and Vitamin K2 Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) – strengthens and stabilizes the metabolism against cancer. Natural cheese and processed cheese. Natural cheese is a simple fermented milk product, with nothing but a...

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Folate deficiency and Parkinson disease

Posted by on Feb 25, 2017 in Wellness | 0 comments

In this study, in which the researchers have the blood levels of homocysteine (tHcy), vitamin B 12 and folic acid measured in patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD) and age-matched controls was possible correlations between these levels with smoking, alcohol, L-DOPA treatment and duration of disease in Parkinson’s patients. Results: The researchers had initially observed that the plasma (tHcy with around 30%) was increased in patients with Parkinson’s compared to the control group. The results also indicate that the most important determinant of increased plasma concentration of (t) Hcy in PD patients was a folic acid deficiency, while in the control group (t) Hcy mainly by plasma vitamin B (12) concentrations were determined. They also found that alcohol consumption, gender and L-DOPA treatment, the levels of plasma (tHcy, folic acid and vitamin B (12) is not significantly influence on altered...

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Very exciting, what the gut for us to offer!

Posted by on Feb 23, 2017 in Health | 0 comments

The intestine is a digestive organ, every child knows. He wraps himself in the stomach, pulls out from our food, which is get out and ensures that we excrete what appears useless again. Most people do not like to deal with their gut. You can find him and especially his slimy and often malodorous contents disgusting. So one might have nothing to do. It is good that there are researchers who do not look so.Through their work, we get an insight about the intestine and get the very help – because our colon is to a large extent with responsible for whether we are healthy or sick. This is no “quackery” by some dubious healers, this is science at a high level! The intestine – the center of health. Colon cleansing, intestinal rehabilitation, intestinal structure, flora, symbiosis, probiotics, prebiotics...

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How to stop obesity and overeat?

Posted by on Feb 21, 2017 in Nutrition | 0 comments

Recent research results have shown that calories from bread, refined sugar and processed foods promote overeating while calories from fresh, whole vegetables, protein and fiber reduce hunger. Calories are not equal to calories, therefore it can not work if you try to lose weight by counting calories alone. Obesity has something to do with the resistance to the hormone leptin, which regulates appetite, helps burn calories and to regulate body fat levels. The obesity epidemic is closely linked to the increase of the daily calorie consumption. We concluded, that the human brain is not sufficient to distinguish modern, processed foods from fresh food. Recent research results indicate that the what you eat , can make a big difference, and not so much how much you eat. Some results of a study , for example, noted that calories from grains,...

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Warning: sweeteners can make perhaps sick and fat!

Posted by on Feb 19, 2017 in Nutrition | 0 comments

Who nowadays pay attention to his shapes, but sweet will not disdain the accesses like to artificial sweeteners. Especially in the sugar-free soft drinks and candy sellers are sweeteners contained in large amounts. Bring (almost) no calories in the stomach and therefore were far as weight loss aid and protection against diabetes. Both, however, seem to be sadly mistaken … Artificial sweeteners are additives that must be on every product, in which they are contained, declared, either with their name or their e-ID. Therefore, many names are known sweeteners: acesulfame (E 950), Advantan (E969), aspartame (E951), aspartame-acesulfame salt (E962), cyclamate (E952), neohesperidin (E959), neotame (E961), saccharin (E954), sucralose (E955), stevioside (E960) and thaumatin (E957). Previously held the official posts which are to watch over public health, these artificial ingredients is safe. In animal experiments, in which the animals ate...

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