Dietary fiber is a special type of nutrient needed by the body to play an important role in the digestive process. Among them we mention: activity in the optimal parameters of the gastrointestinal tract and digestion of assimilated food, which guarantees a feeling of fullness with much higher intensity.
Read the full article: Dietary Fiber and Their Importance in the Diet
Protein is an important source of energy for the body. Eat protein-rich foods not only when you are weak and tired, but also when you want to reduce fat and sugar-rich foods. Protein fills you up!
Read the full article: High-protein foods. Which is the healthiest?
A flexitarian diet is a flexible vegetarian diet that is less stringent than a vegetarian diet and is much more convenient for people who want a healthy diet and diet. A flexitarian diet can also be used by people who have never had a diet and want to stay fit.
Read the full news: what is a flexitarian diet and how to stick to it. Menu, strengths and weaknesses.
Liver is essential for the overall wellbeing of our body and we shouldn't undermine its importance as it is involved in hundreds of metabolic functions, to say the least.
A healthy liver means increased vitality, good energy and an overall wellbeing mood.
Here are 20 (not comprehensive) of the recommended ingredients that lead to a healthy liver.
Green lentils are healthier than red lentils and the better part is that green lentils are packed with fibers, protein and antioxidants. Isn't it wonderful? Moreover, green lentils are rather low cost and such volatile that you can cook various dishes, salads, stews, soups and more.
Here is a delicious and simple green lentil recipe.
One of the most popular superfoods, quinoa is loaded with fibre, protein and minerals and is also gluten free*. For this recipe, if you combine it with the dressing and edamame beans you'll end up with a very healthy and tasty salad.
Preparation time: 15 minutes || Cooking time: 4 minutes