There is no doubt that fried food is so tempting and delicious that anyone can get addicted to it. Same goes for the salty and savory food. It’s nearly impossible to keep our hands off the platter when it is in front of us. As we feast on these delectable items, do we ever consider how they affect our health? Are they harmful or are they a requirement of a healthy diet? Let’s learn!
A new day, the aroma of freshly brewed coffee, and taking the first sips of a wonderful drink... A perfect start to the day, isn't it? It is, but only if you eat a croissant, a sandwich, a bagel or some food with it. No matter how tasty the coffee is, drinking it on an empty stomach can be very harmful.
Food enriches our body with the energy necessary for a full life. It consists of different chemicals that are responsible for performing a variety of functions in our body. All these substances can be divided into 5 large groups: carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins and minerals.
Milk and dairy products are an integral part of many cuisines of the world. We drink milk, add it to cereal and granola, use it in baking, make yogurts, ice cream, cheeses and much more from it. However, milk doesn't bring joy for everyone. Some people can't digest dairy products due to lactose intolerance.
The human body is constantly updated. It is also constantly exposed to various external influences: it works, wears out, and as a result, it needs to recover, and for this, it needs nutritional elements. Our body consists of 220 billion cells and many of these cells are gradually updated throughout a person’s life.