How To Lose All Your Weight For Healthy Living And Fitness

Joeze By Joeze, 21st Oct 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/wi36p6r3/
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To stay healthy always, you must know all it takes to be in good shape and keep fit without unnecessary fat. In this article, all you need to know is discuss in a plain word.

Add Vitality To Your Life With Fresh` Vegetable

Add Vitality To Your Life With Fresh` Vegetable.

1) Do not overcook your vegetables. It is best to eat vegetables raw, lightly steamed, or stir-fried since the heat of excessive cooking destroys the living enzymes in the vegetables.

2) Calciferous vegetables including broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, and collard and mustard greens contain powerful nutrients. These nutrients protect us from breast, esophageal, stomach, colon, and prostate cancers.

3) Consume high-chlorophyll foods or drinks such as wheat grass, barley grass, alfalfa, chlorella, spirulina, or blue-green algae. These foods help to increase energy, cleanse the gastrointestinal tract, and detoxify the body.





Information for migraine headache sufferers



THINGS TO LIMIT OR AVOID



1) Alcohol, especially red wine, is one of the most potent triggers. For migraines

2) Among medications, birth control pills are common initiators of migraines.

3) Common foods that trigger migraines include: chocolate, peanuts, and foods, that have been marinated, pickled, or fermented, such as pickled herring, Ripened cheeses, such as cheddar and brie, are also common causes, And processed meats, such as sausage, bologna, pepperoni, salami and hotdogs, can also bring on a migraine.

4) Tow of the most common food additives that trigger migraine include NutraSweet and MSG (mono-sodium glutamate): the latter is found in many Chinese foods.

5) Another very common trigger of migraines is withdrawal from caffeine and having low blood sugar.





Preparing and Cooling Chicken



1) Remove all skin and fat from chicken.

2) Choose white chicken meat over dark meat. Five ounces of roasted white meat without the skin has approximately 6 grams of fat, whereas 5 ounces of dark meat without the skin has about 13.6grams of fat.

3) Bake, grill, or roast chicken instead of pan frying or deep-frying it.



The Importance Of Healthy Fat In Your Diet



1) Some of the healthiest fats are mono-unsaturated fats. Foods containing these fats include olives, avocados, almonds, butter, olive oil, and canola oil.

2) Other healthy fats are the omega-3 fatty acids. These are found primarily in cold-water fish, such as salmon, mackerel, tuna halibut, herring, and cod.

3) Another good source of healthy fat is flax-seed oil. I recommend at least one table-spoon once or twice a day, And since it has a short shelf life, flax-seed oil should be stored in the refrigerator and discarded if not used within thirty days.

4) If you’d prefer, you can take at least one FDA-approved fish oil capsule, one to three times a day. Flax-seed oil can also be substituted with five to seven flax-seed oil capsules taken once or twice a day.

5) Healthy fats should be consumed daily to ensure strong, healthy cell membranes, as well as to continually repair other body components.





Incredible, Edible Eggs Part1



1) The American Heart Association says that healthy adults can eat up to four whole eggs per week. But they advise people with elevated cholesterol to have only one whole egg per week

2) The yolk of an average egg contains 213mg of cholesterol, and the daily limit of cholesterol recommended by the American Heart Association is 300mg.

3) Eggs should be stored in their original containers in the coldest part of the refrigerator, and they should not be kept more than three weeks.

4) Make sure you eat cooked eggs-cooked until the yolk is firm. This is best way to avoid pathogenic bacteria, such as salmonella, that tend to be associated with eggs.



Incredible, Edible Eggs Part 2



1) Eggs yolks are high in choline, which is raw material used to make acetyl-choline, one of the most important neurotransmitters associated with brain function and memory. Egg yolks also contain folic acid, B vitamins, unsaturated fats, and antioxidants.

2) Omega-3 enriched eggs, such as choice Eggs, are high in beneficial fats called omega3’s. The eggs yolks contain beneficial fats because egg producers have begun feeding hens marine algae, flax-seed meal, and fish meal-all of which contain the beneficial fatty acids.

3) Omega-3 enriched eggs may have slightly lower cholesterol than regular eggs.

4) Instead of scrambling or frying eggs in butter or bacon grease, prepare them with extra-virgin olive oil or a non-stick skillet, cooked at a lower temperature.

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