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My professor at Stanford, Dr. Clyde Wilson, described a simple trick: it will be useful to many who are unable to give up harmful food, but at least a little thinking about their health. And Dr. Wilson knows what he is talking about: he received a doctorate in chemistry from the same Stanford University and at the same time teaches at UCSF medical schools and also heads the Institute of Sports Medicine (Sports Medicine Institute). In his article, Dr. Wilson tells how to continue eating pizza and fast food, significantly reducing their detrimental effect on our body. I hasten to share a secret with you, having translated, with the permission of the author, an article into Russian: Continue reading
Take note of the three most powerful anti-inflammatory and analgesic plants. They act more efficiently than many drugs and have no side effects (if used in reasonable quantities, like any other product). This information is especially useful for those who often have to take anti-inflammatory or pain medication to reduce fever, relieve joint pain, and the like. After all, even the most harmless at first glance drugs have serious side effects for the gastrointestinal tract, liver, kidneys, and heart. Continue reading
Recently, one of my readers asked how much baked bell pepper is rich in vitamin C or is it completely resolved by heat treatment. This question prompted me to prepare a more detailed answer to the question of preserving vitamins and other nutrients during the heat treatment of vegetables in the form of this article.
Indeed, various cooking methods change the nutrient composition of fruits and vegetables, but this is not always bad. Some studies show that, although the heat treatment of foods may lead to the degradation of certain nutrients, the availability of others may increase. Continue reading