Does low mood? Perhaps you are missing vitamin B1

low mood
November 26, 2012

Do you feel listless, irritable or weak? One possible cause is that you lack vitamin B1, which helps transform carbohydrates into energy. It affects the nervous system, in intellectual ability and mood. Check if you take all that you need. How much do we need The recommended daily allowance for adults is between 1.1 mg for women and 1.5 mg for men, although there are conditions that may increase this…

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The tomato and its benefits

tomato benefits
September 30, 2012

In our Mediterranean diet can be found almost everywhere, and it is one of the main protagonists of our diet. Let us introduce you to the many benefits! In stews, salads, sauces, pizzas, small, large, to serve with bread and even alone! Tomato in all its forms and presentations is undoubtedly one of the kings of the Mediterranean diet, present in many of the foods we eat on a daily…

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Beneficial foods for the eyes

foods for eye
September 23, 2012

It may already be too late to have a view 20/20 but it never is to keep it in good condition and avoid, as far as possible, future problems. So, we show you the best foods to have an almost perfect view. We all know that to a large extent, our health depends on what we eat, and, of course, that look as delicate as the eye is no exception….

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Oily fish: the healthier option

eat oily fish
September 16, 2012

Of the group of animal protein fish is definitely the healthier option. And if it is a question of salmon, good for taste and health. Go to the power supply with more vitamins! We know that over red meat, pork, and poultry, is always the seafood. And it’s contain less saturated fat, few or no chemical additive and, when consumed fresh, provide a lot of vitamins and nutrients beneficial to…

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Food is key for people with HIV

foods for HIV
May 22, 2012

Food in persons infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) that causes Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is very important. As a metabolic disease is not common to associate HIV with food, but a proper diet is very important because it helps slow the symptoms generated by this ailment. It should take into account several concepts to take care of the patient nutritionally and health giving a strict diet with specific foods.

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Omega 3 for healthy aging

cardiovascular disease
May 8, 2012

Cardiovascular disease, depression, mood swings, diabetes… these are some of the most common diseases that occur with age. But against these enemies, the Omega 3 presented like authentic very efficient allies. Discovering how these essential fatty acids help to age with good health. The hopes based on the Omega 3 seem endless. You really can help aging healthily? Still more research is needed, before declaring victory. But, as demonstrated by…

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Vitamin D, a good ally!

vitamin D
March 31, 2012

It’s no secret the importance of vitamins and nutrients in our diet, and without them our health is compromised. But it is clear that each group offers different contributions, discover all they have for you vitamin D. The summer day brings more relaxed, warm and lots of outdoor options, but also opens a window to improve our health and it is precisely thanks to sun that our skin is able…

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Evening primrose oil: vitamin E and premenstrual syndrome

evening primrose oil
February 24, 2012

Today I remember a fatty acid that give very useful in Orthomolecular Nutrition and helps improve PMS. The evening primrose, associated with vitamin E. The Evening Primrose is a plant whose qualities have been so little known eighties. But research conducted in the early eighties showed that evening primrose oil has some interesting medicinal properties. The oil extracted from the seeds of evening primrose is very rich in essential fatty…

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Supplements to prevent influenza

preventing influenza
December 23, 2011

Influenza is a disease that annually kills about 36,000 people being mostly children and the elderly. According to a study by Consumer Reports, 50% of people tested in the present range of substances and products to combat the disease, the most chosen vitamin D supplements and so-called multivitamins. Supplements for preventing influenza are very expensive products and according to a national survey on the use of these, which have proved…

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What to do to reduce the effect of a cold?

cold effect
November 9, 2011

Usually when you get hit by a cold, it lasts seven days; following are some tips to reduce this time: Take more vitamin D for three days The decrease of vitamin D in the body is known among people who live in cold regions and as soon as the temperature begins to fall. What makes the body vulnerable against viruses. More Vitamin G Vitamin G increases the body’s immunity and…

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