Although microwaving does involve radiation, heating meals and vegetables this way does not destroy all the nutrients. Like any method of heating, microwaving can affect the nutrient content to a certain extent
Your stomach can hold up to 4 liters of volume, but the feeling of satiety is not caused by your stomach being full. Instead, feeling full is a result of your brain reacting to chemicals released when you put food or drink in your stomach. Your brain takes around 20 minutes to register these chemicals. […]
You can put them in porridge or in smoothies and they’re very beneficial! Flaxseeds can help manage and prevent diabetes by stabilizing blood sugar levels.
You wouldn’t think it but cornflakes actually contain around 8g of sugar which works out at around 2 teaspoons of sugar!
That Sugar Film is a very educational film that discusses the affects of over consuming sugar ad general, every-day foods that contain more sugar than you may think!
Minerals, such as magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and copper, are found in both lentils and quinoa. But, lentils provide more protein per serving than quinoa does. You’ll get 3 milligrams of iron from 1 cup of quinoa while 1 cup of lentils provides you with 7 milligrams of iron
Only 10% of people lose weight purely through diet alone. A good blend of exercise and diet are far more effective and interesting!
You may think that being on holiday means it’s all okay to overeat and that when as soon as you land back in the cold and miserable weather of Britain that you’ll slip back into your healthy eating and training habits without any repercussions from the endless feasts and drinks you consumed over the week […]