Posts Tagged ‘Salmon’

Natural wonder – Salmon

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

And we are back with yet another natural wonder which is packed with Omega-3 acids, can help lower your cholesterol, improve your memory and is a natural anti-depressant! You guessed right – Salmon is what we are talking about!

The health benefits of salmon are too many. This silky, sweet, meaty fish is full of minerals, vitamins A, B and D, calcium, iron and phosphorous. So, bake it, grill it, broil it or eat it raw – but salmon is sure to be a healthy addition to your lifestyle.


Men’s diet: The must eats

Thursday, June 20th, 2013

Healthy eating can sometimes be different depending on your gender. Here’s a list of foods that men must include in their diet.

Here’s what you should be eating

While there are some foods that we must all eat, men and women have different dietary requirements — met by different foods.

Men’s diet: The must eats


Blueberries have been linked to reduced risk of prostate cancer, owing to high levels of proanthocyanidins (a subtype of flavonoids). The benefits of blueberries does not end there, research also suggests that this fruit can reduce risk of heart disease, age-related memory loss and type-2 diabetes  — all of which – typically effect more men than women.


Foods that may help fight inflammation revealed

Monday, March 25th, 2013

One way to fight inflammation, which is the body’s normal response to injury, is with food, says experts.

Lauren Whitt, Ph.D., UAB Employee Wellness director and adjunct professor of personal health said that the inflammation process has one goal: to respond immediately to detect and destroy the toxic material in damaged tissues before it can spread throughout the body.

She said that the trouble with inflammation occurs when the defence system gets out-of-control and begins to destroy healthy tissue, causing more damage than the original issue.

According to the National Council on Strength and Fitness Obesity has even been found to cause inflammation, and it can lead to the development of cardiovascular and metabolic disease. But weight loss is related to reduction of inflammation.


Five foods that can make your skin glow!

Thursday, February 28th, 2013

To get that flawless and radiant skin, pay attention to what you eat, rather than what you put on it.

What you eat shows on your skin!

Eat these foods for radiant-looking skin.

Salmon to prevent premature ageing

A healthy skin desires essential fatty acids and most kinds of sea food have them in more or less amounts. As a premier source of omega-3 fatty acids, cold-water, oily fishes are laden with anti-inflammatory essential fatty acids. And salmon is an excellent example of that. People who ate diets rich in such foods have shown late appearance of skin wrinkling, as omega-3 fatty acids prevents the skin from drying out, keeping it supple and elastic for a longer time.


Don’t like milk? Alternate routes to calcium!

Wednesday, February 27th, 2013

Detest the taste of milk and worried about how to get your daily dose of calcium and vitamin D? Here’s a list of calcium-fortified foods which can protect you from osteoporosis!

There are scores of others who are just like you, but still manage to get their daily supplements without having to depend on dairy products. Calcium and vitamin D are essential for strong bones. So, if you are lactose intolerant or just don’t like milk for reasons unknown, check out the other sources of calcium and vitamin D.

Soy milk


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