Reduce stress

Tips for dealing with stress Lower your expectations and you will have fewer disappointments. Try to see perfection in everything and accept things as they are. So you can strain less and relax more. Learn to say NO The next…
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Eat soy, but in moderation

Soybean is an annual, herbaceous plant from the legume order. The peoples of ancient Asia knew and cultivated it 4000 years ago. Modern research highlights its beneficial effect on the body. Today, there is great interest in soy not only…
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Magnesium in the diet

Magnesium plays a very important role in binding calcium to the bones and in relaxing muscles. It also participates in regulating heart rhythm and lowering cholesterol levels. This trace element regulates bowel function, especially in those suffering from constipation. In…
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Life without gluten

Celiac disease is a genetically inherited, lifelong disease, the cause of which is still unknown. In patients with celiac disease, the saying of Hippocrates is most pronounced: “Let food be your medicine” because therapy consists of a gluten-free diet that…
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Misconceptions about vegetarianism

Vegetarianism is a way of life, a way of life. Vegetarianism is still considered a renunciation, a sacrifice as if dead and tormented animals are a gourmet delight. Vegetarianism is still considered unsafe for health, even dangerous for children and…
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Is soy useful or harmful?

The increasing use of soy in the diet suggests the need to be aware of the possible harmful consequences of consuming this legume. Soy was once known in the diet mostly only in Asian countries, as its fermented protein-rich products…
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Grape seeds and peel

Scientists have proven that fiber from grape skins and seeds contains a lot of antioxidants that reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. New research has shown that black grape extract is extremely effective in fighting heart attack and, most importantly,…
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