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Cholesterol Info You Need to Know By Alex Worthington
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Cholesterol is a waxy, fatty substance that is found in every cell of the body. It is involved in the production of cell membranes, some hormones, vitamin D, bile acids, and other tissues in the... More > body. It also insulates nerves. Cholesterol is produced in the liver, but we also get cholesterol from our diet. The amount of cholesterol in the body depends on factors such as the rate of cholesterol production in the liver, the rate of cholesterol clearance from the body, the amount of dietary fat (particularly saturated fat) and to a lesser extent, cholesterol consumed. Get “Cholesterol Info You Need to Know” now!< Less
The Mediterranean Diet Cookbook By rasheed alnajjar
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What you will learn in this book: • Longevity and The Mediterranean Diet • 8 Essential Facts About the Mediterranean Diet • Mediterranean Diet Menu - A Fresh Twist On... More > Dieting • Mediterranean Diet Menu Plan - Five Tips For Eating Out • What Makes Mediterranean Diet Recipes Unique? • The Mediterranean Diet Pyramid So are you ready to begin your Mediterranean diet? First off, make sure to eat plenty of plant foods, limited amounts of meat, and sparse amount of saturated fats. Minimally processed and fresh foods are also emphasized.< Less
80 Gallbladder Stone Preventing Meal and Juice Recipes: Using Proper Dieting and Smart Nutritional Habits to Reduce Your Chances of Developing Gall Bladder Stones By Joe Correa CSN
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Gallstones develop when the bile becomes overly concentrated with cholesterol forming crystals that become hard stones in the gallbladder. A healthy bile and a healthy bile flow are essential in... More > order to prevent gallstone formation. The worst things for your bile are foods that are high in fat, cholesterol, refined carbohydrates, saturated fats present in processed, fried, and fatty red meat and should be avoided at all costs. Make sure your diet is high in fiber. In order to promote a healthy bile and bile flow a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, lean meats, low-fat dairy products and whole-grain foods should be a part of your well-balanced diet. The recipes in this book will help you prevent and treat gallstones. Use these recipes every day to help you to have a healthy gallbladder and live a longer life.< Less
MILK CO-OPERATIVES IN TAMIL NADU - AN IMPACT ASSESSMENT By Dr. P. Jayendira Sankar & Dr. G. Yoganandham
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At global level, milk has been identified as an integral part of the food for centuries. Milk is very essential for our life and it has good nutritive value and also rich in fat. Milk contains... More > significant amounts of saturated fat, protein and calcium as well as vitamin C. Considering its properties, milk is an important food for pregnant women, growing children, adolescent, adults and patient alike. In many culture of the world, especially the western world, humans continue to consume milk beyond infancy, using the milk of other animals especially cattle, goat and sheep as a food product. Cow milk contain an average 3.4% protein, 3.6% fat and 4.6% lactose, 0.7% minerals and supplying 66 kcal of energy per 100 grams.< Less
Avocado Nutritional Value By Martha Johnson
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Avocados can assist you to meet your dietary guidelines due to avocados nutritional value. Avocados are super-foods Super-foods are definitely worth eating as they give you plenty of nutrients and... More > health boosting vitamins that you otherwise not consume through your standard diet. Learn about avocado nutritional value. Health-care professionals, in fact, recommend them because they have absolutely no cholesterol, little saturated fat and only traces of sodium. What they do have plenty of is potassium (about 540 mg per three-ounce serving).< Less
Snack bars in New Zealand By Jose D. Pérezgonzález
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PÉREZGONZÁLEZ Jose D (2007). Snack bars in New Zealand. The Balanced Nutrition Index (BNI), 2007, issue 2. ISSN:1177-8849. This issue of the BNI™ is a supporting document for a... More > research on the nutritional value of snack bars available to New Zelanders but generalizable to other countries. Overall, the average snack bar has a BNI of 93, and is specially unbalanced towards excess of sugar. It also tends to be very high in saturated fat and very low in protein. On the positive side, it tends to be low in sodium. The average serving size is 38 grams, providing 4 kcal (17 kJul) per gram. This may not help feel satiated, thus inducing over-consumption.< Less
97 Organic Juice and Meal Recipes for People Who Suffer from Heart Disease: Give Your Heart the Tools It Needs to Get Stronger! By Joe Correa CSN
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Fortunately, changing lifestyle choices, a healthy diet, and moderate exercise can reduce the risk of getting heart disease, or at least, control the existing condition. A diet low in saturated fat... More > and trans fats is essential. Eating fruits and vegetables, fiber rich foods, whole grains and fish are delicious options. These recipes will help you enjoy delicious meals and keep you on the right track towards a healthy heart. This book will provide you with a collection of delicious and tasty juice and meal recipes that will help you clean your body and improve your health. These juices are based on a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables that are proven to help clean blood vessels and ease the everyday functions of your heart. Start with one recipe and then try them all. Make your heart stronger one day at a time with these great recipes!< Less
64 Natural Meal Recipes for People Who Suffer from Heart Disease : Start a Heart Healthy Diet With These Recipes and Change Your Life Forever! By Joe Correa CSN
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Heart disease is one of the leading causes of death in both men and women. Meaning, you’re never too young or too old to take care of your heart and cardiovascular system. Lack of exercise,... More > poor diet, and other unhealthy habits can hinder the cardiovascular system. Changing your diet is the first big step to a healthy heart and long life. By choosing a healthy eating plan, the risk of heart disease and stroke is greatly decreased. A diet low in saturated fat and trans fats is essential. Eating fruits and vegetables, fiber rich foods, whole grains, and fish are all delicious options. These recipes take flavor to the next level while incorporating a healthy heart diet.< Less
Hazards From Cold, Heat and Poisons in Daily Life - How to avoid them By William Keatinge
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Environmental hazards cause tens of thousands of deaths a year, even in developed countries the size of Britain. Individuals can prevent many of the deaths by simple direct action, but only if they... More > understand the problems and ways to counter them. Those are often not obvious. For example, winter causes far more deaths through mild cold stress precipitating common diseases, than through severe cold stress causing hypothermia. Hot weather causes heart attacks and strokes, and replacing salt lost in sweat can be as important as replacing water in preventing them. Some unsaturated fats in food are more dangerous than saturated fats. This booklet gives an independent assessment of such hazards, in non-technical language. Work by the author and his colleagues provided many of the new findings on cold, heat and immersion. That work was based mainly at The London Hospital Medical College and at Queen Mary, University of London, where the author was Head of Physiology and Dean of Basic Medical Science.< Less
Hazards From Cold, Heat and Poisons in Daily Life - How to avoid them By William Keatinge
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Environmental hazards cause tens of thousands of deaths a year, even in developed countries the size of Britain. Individuals can prevent many of the deaths by simple direct action, but only if they... More > understand the problems and ways to counter them. Those are often not obvious. For example, winter causes far more deaths through mild cold stress precipitating common diseases, than through severe cold stress causing hypothermia. Hot weather causes heart attacks and strokes, and replacing salt lost in sweat can be as important as replacing water in preventing them. Some unsaturated fats in food are more dangerous than saturated fats. This booklet gives an independent assessment of such hazards, in non-technical language. Work by the author and his colleagues provided many of the new findings on cold, heat and immersion. That work was based mainly at The London Hospital Medical College and at Queen Mary, University of London, where the author was Head of Physiology and Dean of Basic Medical Science.< Less

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