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Month: August 2014

Breakfast, the most important meal of the day!

Good eating habits are the basis of good health. In this article we focus on the most important meal of the day: breakfast. Breakfast, the most important meal Having a good supply of energy in the morning allows us to deal more calmly with commitments that the day reserves for us. Physiologically, the body is able to sustain an overnight fast thanks to glucogenic reserves stored in the liver and (to a lesser extent) in the muscles. This energy asset may, however, last for about 8 hours in children, up to 12 adults. After this period of fasting our...

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Ten tips for good health – part 2

Read also “Ten tips for good health – part 1“. …. 6. Fish “at will” Consume fish at least 3-4 times a week. Fish is an excellent source of protein of high biological value and is particularly rich in omega-3, essential polyunsaturated fatty acids that induce the body into a state of good health and improve brain function. 7. Lot of fruits and vegetables Regularly consume fruits and vegetables. Fruit and vegetables were the carbohydrates  consumed by primitive man and should never be overlooked as a fundamental part of your diet. Fruit and vegetables provide micro-nutrients (vitamins and minerals),...

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