The most common food errors
Proper nutrition is what almost everyone thinks of adopting. Sometimes, in reality, only a part of our habits is really healthy, while others are the result of false myths or word of mouth that does not always carry genuine messages. Would you like to know more? Read the next lines.
The excess of some types of fats.
It is not true that all fats are harmful to health. Food fats, in fact, have a very important and different impact on our body. Some do w... more
AGE IN A BALANCED WAY KEEPING IT AREA
When we open an apple in half it starts to get dark quickly. This is because the cell structure is damaged, that is, it is oxidized. When it comes in contact with the oxygen in the air, it reacts by darkening as a defense system for the apple itself. A common way to avoid this is to add a little lemon juice that slows down the oxidation process.
But if we do this whole process to prevent the apple from "aging", why not do it with the cells in our bod... more
ONE APPLE A DAY CAN REDUCE THE CONSEQUENCES OF OBESITY
According to a new study published in the journal Food Chemistry. an apple a day can help you stay away from the complications of obesity. According to the researchers, the nondigestible compounds in apples - specifically, Granny Smith apples - can help prevent obesity-related illnesses. “We know that, in general, apples are a good source of these non-digestible compounds, but there are differences in the varieties”
The Granny Sm... more
Maqui, the super antioxidant
Of the 4,000 polyphenols studied so far, there is a type of polyphenols common to most foods: delfinidines. According to the ORAC (ORAC Index), the Maqui berry is the one that contains more delphinidins, well above the grape, açaí or goji. We are certain that Maqui RX capsule contains the same levels of delphinidin polyphenols 100 bottles of red wine, 10 tablets of dark chocolate or 5 kg of berries.
Maqui RX Polifenoli da Enerzona contains maqui extract... more
THE MAIN DIFFERENCES BETWEEN EPA AND DHA
Both are classified as long-chain fatty acids, however the benefits of both are often very different, which is why we need both. But let's see in more detail:
The purpose of EPA is to help reduce cellular inflammation, because EPA is an inhibitor of the enzyme delta-5-desaturase (D5D) that produces AA * (1), the greater the intake of EPA, the lower the production of AA. DHA is not an inhibitor of this enzyme.
The var... more