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  • What Fruits Can I Eat on the Keto Diet?

    What Fruits Can I Eat on the Keto Diet?




    Let's take a look at the most painful keto question - can we eat fruit on the ketogenic diet?

    On keto, we avoid fruits and allow ourselves a small amount of berries. No keto rule raises so many questions and protests. “Fruits are vitamins! We have eaten them from time immemorial!

    What about antioxidants, flavonoids, and other beneficial substances? Microbiota! What does it eat? " - beginners are lost. “Fruits contain fructose, and fructose
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  • 10 Main Reasons to Include Butter in Your Diet

    10 Main Reasons to Include Butter in Your Diet





    For several decades, people have been convinced that the use of butter has a negative effect on the condition of the coronary vessels. As a result, the product's reputation has been severely damaged, and many have almost stopped including it in their diet, preferring "safer" vegetable fats.

    Meanwhile, recent studies have shown that the health harm of butter is greatly exaggerated: in fact, it has a number of unique properties that make it essential
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    Last edited by Barbara Radcliffe; 12-21-2020, 01:23 PM.

  • What Fruits and Berries Are Absolutely Forbidden on the Keto Diet

    What Fruits and Berries Are Absolutely Forbidden on the Keto Diet





    Today, let's dig into one of the most controversial topics of the keto diet: can you still eat fruit on the LCHF diet?

    Proponents of "proper" nutrition will defend passionately the right to eat fruits. These are vitamins! Keto followers no less violently will talk about the poisonous fructose. The truth, as usual, is somewhere nearby.





    Fruits and berries that are categorically prohibited on the keto diet
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  • Do I Need to Wash Meat Before Cooking?

    Do I Need to Wash Meat Before Cooking?

    Washed means clean. Usually, this logical chain is not in doubt. We shower, wash clothes, do wet cleaning, and wash vegetables before slicing our salad. It seems that everything that comes into contact with water is cleansed and gets freshness.

    A 2019 experiment showed that washing raw meat or poultry carries a risk of intestinal poisoning.

    Three hundred people were divided into two groups and offered to cook a chicken dinner.

    Previously, the meat was artificially
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  • Health Benefits of Eggs - What Science Says

    Health Benefits of Eggs - What Science Says


    In the category "most useful food" a chicken egg is one of the most nutritious, absolutely safe, and healthy products in the world.

    For many years, doctors have recommended limiting the consumption of chicken eggs. Some people are so afraid of cholesterol that they exclude eggs from their diet altogether, or they eat only protein and just throw away egg yolk.


    Meanwhile, scientists have conducted a lot of research that has proven that egg yolk is
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  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil: the Main Science-based Health Benefits

    Extra Virgin Olive Oil: the Main Science-based Health Benefits





    Today, there is a lot of talk about the benefits of olive oil for health and even for life extension. It is worth noting that people often confuse the extension of life with the extension of old age. Life extension is possible mainly due to the extension of youth.

    After all, aging is an annual increase in the probability of dying from age-related disease. And if the probability of dying decreases, then aging slows down. Youth is prolonged.

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  • Top 8 Health Benefits of Red Caviar - Based on Science

    Top 8 Health Benefits of Red Caviar - Based on Science






    Red caviar is the caviar of salmon breeds of fish (trout, chum salmon, sockeye salmon, salmon). It contains a number of valuable vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and polyunsaturated fatty acids.

    Regular consumption of caviar is associated with a high life expectancy.

    Less common are pathologies from the heart and blood vessels, as well as the endocrine, nervous, hematopoietic, and immune systems.





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    Last edited by Claudia Allen; 11-08-2020, 05:43 AM.

  • Is Bone Broth a Superfood? Is It Healthy?

    Is Bone Broth a Superfood? Is It Healthy?





    Why broth suddenly became a superfood, how to cook it correctly, and what to do with it later - let's find out.

    In the United States, broth was "discovered" relatively recently, but books and articles in the New York Times are already being written about it, programs are being filmed, and store shelves are filled with rows of broths of all kinds.

    We decided to find out how much our grandmothers were right in their love of soups and
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  • Trans Fats: Why Are They Dangerous and in What Foods Are They Contained?

    Trans Fats: Why Are They Dangerous and in What Foods Are They Contained?





    Everyone has heard about the dangers of trans fats. But are they so harmful and, if the noise is not raised in vain, how to protect yourself from danger? The topic is very relevant.

    I think many of us at the mention of the term "trans fats" immediately imagine margarine and those products of industrial production that are made on its basis.

    Therefore, I suggest starting with a small excursion into the history of creating margarine –
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    Last edited by Roger Perez; 10-25-2020, 07:25 AM.

  • Keto Oils. What Oils Are Good and What Are Bad

    Keto Oils. What Oils Are Good and What Are Bad





    Keto is a lot of oil and fat. But how do you get the required amount of fat? This is what keto beginners think about.

    The search leads to an increase in the consumption of various oils, but not all oils are equally useful and not all can be used. Today I will tell you about the oils that I use and try to tell you in detail why they have become daily products on my table.

    The first thing worth talking about is by what criteria to evaluate the
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  • 7 Easy Ways to Increase Your Daily Fat Intake

    7 Easy Ways to Increase Your Daily Fat Intake





    Carbs (sugar, cereals, bread, pasta, potatoes) in such quantities as now, we began to consume in the last 40 years.

    At the same time, our diet has never been poor in fat – on the contrary, low-fat yogurts appeared somewhere in the 1980s, and our grandmothers clearly would not have found them useful and delicious.

    The U.S. dietary recommendations appeared - in the food pyramid based on them, it was proposed to limit fats to a minimum level.
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  • The Benefits of Saturated Fats - Know Which Types to Choose

    The Benefits of Saturated Fats - Know Which Types to Choose





    There are three main groups of fats (fatty acids) that we eat:
    • Polyunsaturated fats. Mostly found in plants. For example, sunflower or corn oil
    • Monounsaturated fats. There are a lot of them in olive oil and avocado oil. But animal fat is also rich in them
    • Saturated Fats. They are mainly of animal origin - beef and pork fat, butter, eggs. From plants — only coconuts.

    Fat saturation is determined by the structure of the molecule and the number of hydrogen atoms....
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  • 3 Reasons to Drink Bulletproof Coffee. And a Big Reason Not to Drink

    3 Reasons to Drink Bulletproof Coffee. And a Big Reason Not to Drink





    Why do we need bulletproof coffee?

    According to the idea of its creator, Dave Asprey, it makes us bulletproof. Just one cup and you are full of energy, you are ready to storm new heights and forget about hunger.

    Its recipe is simple: coffee, MCT oil, and butter whipped in a blender.

    It is very popular among us, fans of the keto diet. Let's find out what makes it so good.






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  • Are Cereals Unhealthy for You? Absolutely. Why Whole Grains Foods Are So Harmful





    Undoubtedly, everyone has already heard about the dangers of refined carbohydrates, such as white wheat flour pastries, sugar, pasta, rice, carbonated drinks, and other junk food.

    But now, thanks to the fashion for "proper nutrition", foods made from whole grains and "natural" sugar are considered healthy!

    I'll tell you a lot of interesting things about the benefits of cereals!


    Cereals and other carbohydrates
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  • Keto Menu: Principles, List of Products, Keto Recipes

    Keto Menu: Principles, List of Products, Keto Recipes

    In this article, I will give the basic principles of making a keto menu, share more convenient ways of keto nutrition, and of course useful tips.



    Basic principles of creating a keto menu

    If you have a desire to adhere to the principles of the ketogenic diet, it is extremely difficult to do this without a proper menu. At first, it was not clear to me what to eat on the keto diet!?

    To avoid any difficulties, it is better to create a menu in advance.
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