The kidneys are the organs in the body which keep up with the excess sodium in the bloodstream. As sodium accumulates in the body it draws water in to dilute the sodium. In this process both the amount of fluid surrounding cells and the volume of blood in the bloodstream … Read more
How to Prevent Heart Disease ?
1. Why Fruits and vegetables are good for a heart healthy diet ?
If you eat more vegetables and fruits ,your calorie intake will be low and you can maintain a healthy weight.
Eating more fruits and vegetables may help you cut back on … Read more
DIETARY FIBER / ROUGHAGE
1.What is Dietary fiber or roughage ?
Dietary fiber or roughage is the indigestible portion of food derived from plants.
2.What are the foods rich in Dietary fiber?
Foods rich in fibers: fruits, vegetables and grains.
3.What are the components of dietary fiber?
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What is noise?
Noise is unwanted unpleasant sound which is loud or disruptive to hearing. From definition of physics, noise is same as any form of sound but it is perceived in the brain in a different way.
What is noise pollution?
Noise pollution is environmental noise and the propagation … Read more
Onions are high in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, eating plenty of onions during childhood is seen to be associated with high bone density in adults
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Bones play many roles in the body providing structure, protecting organs, anchoring muscles and storing calcium. During life bones are continuously changing, … Read more
EGGS AND CHOLESTEROL
Cholesterol in the diet doesn’t necessarily raise cholesterol in the blood .
The liver actually produces large amounts of cholesterol every single day. When we eat more eggs, the liver just produces less cholesterol instead, so it evens out .
The response to egg consumption
Whole Egg Consumption
2017 American Society for Nutrition
Dietary Whole Egg Consumption Attenuates Body Weight Gain and Is More Effective than Supplemental Cholecalciferol in Maintaining Vitamin D Balance in Type 2 Diabetic Rats
Whole Egg Consumption
Background: Type 2 diabetes (T2D) is characterized by vitamin D insufficiency owing to excessive
IS CHOCOLATE GOOD FOR YOUR HEART?
No longer need to feel guilty if you enjoy a small piece of dark chocolate once in a while. Enjoy moderate portions of chocolate (e.g., 1 ounce) a few times per week . Don’t forget to eat other flavonoid-rich foods like apples, red wine,