Today I am going to talk about five myths or beliefs about eating fruit and vegetables.
1. Does the fruit make you fat?
It is a common belief because we know that fruits contain sugar and sugar gets fat.
At this point, it is essential to distinguish between “good” and “bad” sugars.
In its guidelines on the intake of sugars for adults and children, the World Health Organization distinguishes two types of sugars: intrinsic and free.
The natural sugars are those found in fresh whole fruits and vegetables, while the free sugars include the monosaccharides and disaccharides added to food by manufacturers, cooks or consumers, as well as naturally occurring sugars in honey, syrups, fruit juices, and fruit juice concentrates.
It is the consumption of free sugars that the WHO recommends reducing 10% since they are related to problems such as obesity and ailments such as diabetes. Continue reading “5 myths or beliefs about eating fruit and vegetables.”
In this post, we will see the benefits that ginger brings to the human body, as well as the different ways we have to ingest it, which can be both liquid and solid.
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Today I come to tell you my great secret and discovery of natural medicine. Many think that it is impossible for the same product to cure and help that much to our health, but I assure 1000% its effectiveness, which I have been gradually checking over the years. In Spanish, it is called “Hierba Sueca,” which in English would translate as Swedish herbs.
Swedish herbs, also known as bitter Swedish drops, so called because of their unpleasant taste, are a natural medicine that serves against various health disorders. Its origin goes back hundreds of years ago, at the hands of Dr. Paracelsus, under the name of “Ad Vitam Longam,” translated as “Medicine for a Long Life.” Years later, in the 18th century, two friends and doctors, Claus Samst and Urban Hjärne, of the Stockholm School of Medicine, in Sweden, rediscovered the elixir formula created by Paracelsus and renamed it “Swedish Bitters.” Continue reading “Swedish herbs! My huge secret about natural medicine.”
With changes in temperature, we are more likely to get the flu or a cold. If you already got sick or are with the first symptoms, look for the best advice from the specialists and the suggestions of the users of HolaDoctor to control the symptoms and speed up the recovery. Why is there more flu in winter? Does cold and wet weather cause … Continue reading Home remedies for the flu and the cold
Tea tree essential oil is perhaps the most used due to its versatility and properties. Its properties are beneficial both for our health and for the green cleaning of our house.
For me, the tea tree oil is indispensable. Some years ago, my sister suffered toenail fungus; my mother tried everything to eliminate them. From supposedly special creams for toenail fungus to natural remedies. One day someone recommended the tea tree oil, and it was the only thing that managed to eliminate the fungi from my sister’s feet. When we discovered that it works, we looked at the internet to find the uses of the tea tree oil, and since that day it is a fundamental element in my family live.
This “magic” oil is extracted from the leaves of a small Australian tree (Melaleuca Alternifolia) that originally grew in a region of the east of the island known as New South Wales, although at present, and due to the high demand of this oil nowadays it is cultivated all around the world. Continue reading “Tea Tree Oil, and its incredible benefits.”
Each type of tea is different, and we can use it to relax and enjoy a good time or to help us with our health. With a cup of tea, we can also heal some discomforts like headaches, or muscles pain, and even help us with our memory.
Tea is a beverage full of benefits and properties for our body and mind. From burning fat to helping with depression and finding elixirs of youth, there is a tea for every need!
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On today’s post, we’re going to talk about a widespread plant that everyone has in his or her houses, the Laurel leaf and also know as Bay leaf. If you never heard about it, nowadays the laurel is used as a condiment forsauces and stews, and because of its excellent taste properties, the Laurel has earned a place in gastronomy.
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