Food For Every Pantry (Part 3) - Milk Good for weight loss, strong bones, Almonds Good for a healthy heart

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Milk Good for weight loss, strong bones

Drink milk and lose weight, say WHY researchers. A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that dieters who consumed milk or milk products lost more weight on average than those who consumed little to no milk products. "This is thought to be because milk and other dairy foods have a perfect blend of protein and low-GI carbohydrates," says Evangelista.

Milk allergy usually occurs when the baby's immune system aware (or assume) that the protein content in cow's milk as a hazardous substance.

Milk allergy usually occurs when the baby's immune system aware (or assume) that the protein content in cow's milk as a hazardous substance.

[What the expert says] "Adequate calcium intake is essential throughout our lives," says Evangelista. During childhood we use this calcium to build our bones, then from our 20s adequate calcium intake is required to prevent early degeneration of bone and osteoporosis. "However, many people avoid milk and other dairy foods due to concerns regarding cholesterol levels and weight control. The good news is that reduced-fat milk has all the vitamins and minerals of full-fat milk, without the saturated fat which can raise blood cholesterol levels."

Tip. Try a smoothie made with low-fat milk.

Tuna Good for improving your mood

 

It's high in omega-3 fats and WHY iodine and vital for heart health. A report by the American Heart Association says that the omega-3s found in tuna play a crucial role in heart and brain function and in normal growth and development.

[What the expert says] "We should try to eat fish two to three times per week," says Diversi. Seek out dolphin-friendly tuna, or better yet buy fresh from your fishmonger.

Tip. Add a tin of tuna to your lunchtime salad.

Almonds Good for a healthy heart

Almonds are high in the healthy WHY monounsaturated fats that are proven to lower your cholesterol. They are an ideal source of vitamin E and fibre, which are also good for your heart. And a study published in the journal Neuron found that foods containing magnesium, such as almonds, are essential for brain health and memory function.

[What the expert says] The Heart Foundation recommends including nuts in your daily diet for a healthy heart. "Reach for the raw, unsalted varieties for the healthiest option," says Alsford. "Try not to overdo it by keeping your serving size to 30g of almonds - just a small handful."

Though it is not a very significant result, it is an surprising fact that you will find here about the calories that you can get from almonds.

Though it is not a very significant result, it is an surprising fact that you will find here about the calories that you can get from almonds.

Tip. Keep a box of almonds in your handbag to ward off hunger pangs throughout the day.

Ginger Good for nausea and muscle pains

Ginger has been found to help WHY with morning sickness, motion sickness and with nausea after surgery. New research from the University of Georgia in the US has found that daily ginger consumption can also help reduce exercise-induced muscle pain by up to 25 per cent.

[What the expert says] "The exact reasons why ginger can help with an upset tummy are unclear, but it is thought to interact with hormone receptors," says Alsford.

Tip. Add some fresh ginger, honey and lemon to a cup of boiling water for a refreshing tea.

 
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