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Other diseases associated with salt intake

Other diseases associated with salt intake

Other diseases associated with salt consumption Excess sodium in food is one of the most important causes of fluid retention in the body, which increases the volume of circulating blood. And this, in turn, is the cause of obvious and hidden swelling in the elderly, the elderly, weake...

Fasting is the basis of health( II)

Fasting is the basis of health( II)

Fasting is the basis of health( II) Alas, we will have to disappoint you with your answer. The fact is that we are all residents of an extremely dysfunctional world. A well-known nutritionist, founder of the theory of hunger treatment, a fighter for a healthy lifestyle Paul Bregg...

Mineral substances and their quantity

Mineral substances and their quantity

Mineral substances and their quantity The most important inorganic components of human nutrition are divided into 3 groups. The first of these - macronutrients - is iron, magnesium, potassium, calcium, sodium, phosphorus. Microelements include iodine, fluorine, manganese, aluminum, b...

History of salt intake

History of salt intake

The history of salt consumption It's hard to say, when the first time our mistress sprinkled his simple food with a pinch of salt. But it is known that in ancient times the Egyptians evaporated it from sea water in special baths under the scorching rays of the southern sun. Sumerians...

Fasting is the basis of health( I)

Fasting is the basis of health( I)

Fasting is the basis of health( I) "When your body is cleared of starvation and you lead a natural, healthy lifestyle, you are constantly feeling wonderful. Because nature created man for happiness, created him balanced, free from fears, stresses and overloads. " Paul S. Bregg ...

Depletion of the body with mineral salts

Depletion of the body with mineral salts

Digestion of the body with mineral salts Digestion of the body with mineral salts is possible: If there is insufficient content of these or other mineral salts in the products themselves, especially in vegetables and greens. This inadequate content may depend on the soil, on ...

A little bit about vitamins

A little bit about vitamins

A little bit about vitamins Vitamins in fruits and vegetables are distributed unevenly. In the skin of fresh cucumbers and citrus fruits, they are almost twice as large as in the pulp. But the pulp of apples, quinces, pears and potatoes contains vitamins much more than their peel...

Exit from fasting

Exit from fasting

Withdrawal from fasting With allergies, bronchial asthma, bile evolving disorders, other chronic diseases, it is advisable to conduct 2-3 courses of 4-5-day fasting in the year. The withdrawal from starvation requires the most serious attitude in connection with the threat of dev...

Wellness properties of juices

Wellness properties of juices

Healthy properties of juices Currently, juices of raw vegetables, herbs and fruits are necessary in the nutrition of infants and in a number of diseases( children and adults): Beginning at 3 or 4 months, infants are given raw fruit juice and some vegetables;this is especial...

Doctors about coffee

Doctors about coffee

Doctors about coffee There are few drinks that could be compared to natural coffee by popularity. Italian physician Prosper Alstinus, accompanying the Venice Senate Embassy in Egypt in 1543, wrote about coffee as follows: ".. they drink it instead of wine, sell it as wine, and ca...