Archive for August, 2011

Just like red wine, grape juice are beneficial for the welfare of our heart…

Grapes are affluent with antioxidants that include resveratrol and flavonoids which protect health. Research studies indicate that red and purple grape juices offer heart benefits just like red wine:

  • The risk of blood clots is reduced
  • It decreases low-density lipoprotein cholesterol
  • The damage to blood vessels in your heart can be prevented
  • A healthy blood pressure is maintained.

Not only grape juices, eating whole grapes is also equally beneficial and deliver the similar amount of antioxidants for maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

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Healthy Diets to Keep You Fit

Sometimes people get confused while trying to follow a healthy diet plan. There has to be different & personalized diet plans for different people. For example, if you have high blood pressure or high cholesterol then it should be made sure that you follow a diet plan which is low in saturated fat, salt, cholesterol and you can add different types of fruits, grains, vegetables, etc.

Here comes the ingredients for a healthy diet that you should have in your diet plan:

  • Your diet should include a combined major food groups such as whole grains, vegetables, fruits, lean protein, low-fat dairy products etc.
  • You can have foods that can be found in your local grocery stores.
  • You have to figure out the type of lifestyle that would fit your tastes at your  affordable budgets.

 

You are recommended to visit www.sunhealthcentre.com and you can find the guidelines on what & how much food to eat and pick out from which groups.

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Basic of a Flexible Breakfast for a Better Health

Break-fast is the most important meal of the day. What we decide to eat for breakfast induces a huge difference for our health. We have abundance ways to get in a healthy breakfast to fuel our body. It prepares a proper initiation for a better day as well.


The following are the some of the basic form of a healthy breakfast:
  Whole grains:

It would include low-fat bran muffins, bagels, whole-grain rolls, crackers or Melba toast, hot or cold whole-grain cereals.

  •    Low-fat protein:

These would include lean meat, hard-boiled eggs, peanut butter,  poultry or fish.

  •   Low-fat dairy:

It would include skim milk, cottage and natural cheeses, low-fat yogurt and low-fat cheeses.

  •    Fruits and vegetables:

These include juice beverages without added sugar, fresh or frozen fruits and vegetables, or fruit and vegetable smoothies. Low-sodium versions of beverages can also be considered.

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