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Natural sources of omega-3 fatty acids

Posted by on Nov 15, 2015 in Nutrition & Health | 0 comments

Hardly any other substance has in recent years received more attention from the Health press Omega-3 fatty acids. The miracle cure from nature has numerous positive effects on our health and also seems to improve athletic performance! In this article you will find the foods with the highest omega-3 levels! There are 3 different types of omega-3 fatty acids which differ in their chemical structure: alpha linoleic (ALA) – Natural sources are all vegetable EPA – Natural sources are fish and shellfish DHA – Natural sources are fish and shellfish How should we best take omega-3 fatty acids? Again, there are good dietary supplements of omega-3 fatty acids, but who is on tasty food and loves to cook, for there are plenty of ways the valuable fatty acids natural sources record. Some of these are: nuts, various oils, flax...

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Are oatmeal healthy? 10 Reasons for a resounding yes!

Posted by on Nov 12, 2015 in Nutrition & Health | 0 comments

Oats are very healthy and should be in every diet plan. Perfect for building muscle, oatmeal offer many benefits, you should definitely take advantage of. In this article I will show you 10 Highlights, which clearly speak for eating oatmeal! 10 features which can include oatmeal among the healthiest and best food in the world: 1. Very good nutrient composition Oatmeal offer a very healthy and high-quality nutrient composition. In detail, provide au oatmeal 100g approximately 354 Kcal. The nutrient distribution, therefore, is as follows: 100g = about 360 Kcal thereof: 50g carbs (205 Kcal) 13g protein (about 53 Kcal) 8g fat (74 kcal) 8g of fiber (20 Kcal) As you can see well, there are 354 Kcal of oatmeal, more than two thirds of long-chain carbohydrates and high quality. In addition si deliver at that 13g of protein...

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The slim in his sleep principle in check

Posted by on Nov 11, 2015 in Nutrition & Health | 0 comments

“Slim in his sleep” – that sounds like a fairy tale: awake for a relaxing, restful slumber and be a few kilos lighter. But so fantastically life is rare. The concept of nutrition expert Detlef Pape has its pros and cons. The Papes idea to eat foods at the right time of day help you lose weight. We explain what is at stake in the diet, whether it is suitable for everyday use and for whom it is suitable. And of course, you will learn here, whether the diet keeps what it promises. The principle: fat burn through less insulin As early as 2006, appeared the book “Slim in his sleep” by nutritionist Dr. Detlef Pape. In his diet is a special type of food combining, which is adapted to the biorhythm. Carbohydrates and protein-rich foods are usually eaten...

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Granola bars with no added sugar and artificial ingredients? Yes, that’s it!

Posted by on Nov 9, 2015 in Nutrition & Health | 0 comments

I recently came across the cereal bars of the new startups OATS FULL. In the description of the manufacturer promise no artificial ingredients and no added sugar to use. The granola bars are made so purely natural ingredients, which made me curious about the taste. The cereal bars have convinced me, so I would like to also introduce our readers in this article! Granola bars are “out” Flapjacks are “in”! The versatile alternative for diet conscious and quality eater. Due to time constraints, most people rely on the way to a quick snack. Cereal and energy bars therefore enjoy growing popularity in Europe. Unfortunately, many products turn out to be as fast as real and sham diet trap. “We offer our customers a healthy and natural alternative to 100 percent of oatmeal, nuts and seeds, and unsweetened fruit. In...

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Food Combining – what they really bring?

Posted by on Nov 8, 2015 in Nutrition & Health | 0 comments

You should let the pounds fall off, improve wellbeing and health and simply be implemented in everyday life. We’re talking about the food combining, one of the most popular alternative diets in Europe. My guiding principle: carbohydrate and not protein-rich foods to combine in one meal. Since the concept was first published in about a hundred years ago, conquering of modern diet charts the food combining and their relatives in a regular host. We’ll tell you how the food combining works and how the experts evaluate it today. The Theory: acidification as a cause of disease The food combining goes back to the American doctor Dr. Howard Hay. Seriously obese surgeon in 1907, became ill at an incurable kidney disease. His doctors had already given up on him. But as Hay changed his diet, he convalesce to completely within...

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