Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Benefits of Green Apples

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Benefits of Green Apples

Practice of eating fruits is highly recommended because it has many benefits for your body, but do you know how good eating green apple. Especially for those who want to lose weight.

This is because it not only has a range of nutrients but it also reduces the level of cholesterol in the body.

Green apple contains iron, magnesium, potassium, calcium, soldium, vitamin C, vitamin A and vitamin B, and is a source of soluble fiber. You are encouraged to eat the apples with the skin as part of the vitamin C content is located under the skin.

Green apples can also help prevent:
Construction of cholesterol in the blood vessel wall.
Reduce the risk of heart disease.
Assist the membrane lung health.
• Supports bone health by adding chemicals (boron) on bone mineral.
• Supports a healthy cardiovascular system by maintaining the level of blood cholesterol.
Helps maintain weight.
• Reduce stress asthma.
Reduce the risk of cancer.
For those who have problems with constipation or digestive blend of green apple with celery and drink every morning before breakfast. It can cleanse the intestinal tract and remove toxic quickly through the digestive system. Substance sour green apple is an excellent body cleanser.

Green apple also act as a refresher facial skin. Cut green apple and immediately immerse in ice for 5 minutes. Then put on your face, leave for 15 minutes. You will be able to taste the freshness. If practiced regularly it can smooth the skin.

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Tips to Reduce Fat Intake

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Tips to Reduce Fat Intake - Fat provides energy and helps the absorption of vitamins A, D, E and K. However, it can affect people's health if taken in excess. Fats are divided into two types, namely Saturated Fat and Saturated Fat.

Saturated Fat - A type of fat that will be frozen and hard at room temperature. Foods rich in saturated fat can raise blood cholesterol levels. eg fatty meat, chicken skin, milk, cheese, cream, ghee and cream.

Monounsaturated fats - A type of fat that is soft and melts at a lower temperature. These fats do not raise cholesterol in the blood. 2 type of unsaturated fat is fat Monounsaturated and Polyunsaturated Fat.

Fat Effect On Health
Excessive intake of saturated fats can cause:
- Overweight.
- Increase the level of cholesterol in the blood.
- Increases the risk of heart disease, diabetes and some cancers

Tips to Reduce Fat Intake
- Reduce your intake of oily and fried foods.
- Use cooking oil in a little kuantitit in cooking. Choose oil-based vegetable.
- Reduce the use of coconut milk. Substitute with low-fat milk.
- Select the portion of lean meat or chicken and discard fat before cooking.
- Limit the use of fats such as margarine, butter, salad oil, mayonnaise and cream.
- Choose healthier cooking methods such as baking, boiling, steaming or grilling instead of frying.
- Absorb excess oil with absorbent paper.

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