Food pyramid guidance is important for healthy growth

12 Jan
2016
By Amelia Smith

We have a huge variety of foods to eat, but sometimes it gets difficult to decide the kind and amount of food we need for the healthy growth of our body and mind. In this regard, food pyramid offers a good solution to one and all. Continue Reading…

Boost Your Metabolism with Mini-Meals

22 Dec
2015
By Max Jones

Boost Your Metabolism with Mini-Meals

Meals are a very important part of our day to day life. We eat to maintain our energy and metabolism to do the work. However, right proportions of meals can play a very important role to boost your metabolism.

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Whole Grain Foods: Better Nutrition, Better Diet

08 Dec
2015
By Max Jones

Whole Grain Foods Better Nutrition

Whole grain food diet is one of the most recommended diet, suggested by noted dieticians and nutritionist all over the world.

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Five Minute Workout- The harder you Get, The Better you Achieve!

14 Jan
2015
By Max Jones

Our strict schedule is the biggest hurdle towards achieving body fitness. Busy at work? Well, you don’t need an hour to workout. Aim for ten or five minute workout everyday and achieve best fitness results. A good five minute workout, increases fitness levels, improves health generates in us a greater sense of mental well-being. Continue Reading…

Your One-stop Guide to a Gluten-free Diet!

20 Aug
2014
By Amelia Smith

Gluten-free Diet

A gluten-free diet is one that excludes the protein gluten. Gluten is found in grains such as wheat, barley, rye and triticale (a cross between wheat and rye). No one can thinks of even compromising with the regular food they eat. Basically, we eat foods that contain gluten, which is regarded as a protein composite and is mainly found in wheat and related gains including rye and barley. Gluten gives elasticity to dough, which helps it rise and gives the bread a chewy texture. It is composed of two different proteins: gliadin protein and glutenin protein. Moreover, the related grains of wheat like barley and rye also contain protein composites such as prolamins and glutenin.

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Stomach Upset Causes and Remedes

29 Jul
2014
By Max Jones

Constipation

People live and eat their way without any tension of getting attacked by digestive problems. Digestion is regarded as the breakdown of food into smaller components that can be easily assimilated by the body. Basically, digestion varies from person to person and it is not same among all the people. Age is the main criteria in digestion because a young person can easily digest any type of food as compared to older people. Youngsters participate in physical and other activities so the food can be easily digested, whereas older people may face some difficulties in digestion because of the lower immune system.

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