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Spirulina – a Great Replacement for Meat, Perfect for Vegan and Vegetarian

August 15, 2014 ena Food and Health BenefitsHome

Spirulina is highly nutritious blue-green algae. For a long time the spirulina has been well known and widely used as a dietary supplement by some communities. Spirulina can be found in freshwater environments – rivers, lakes. This plant grows under the following conditions: tropical weather, strong sunshine, pure water resource (alkaline water), pollution free environment. […]

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Green Tea – a Cup of Health

January 17, 2014 ena Food and Health BenefitsHome

Green tea is a product of dried leaves of the plant Camellia sinensis. It is believed that green tea is used 5000 years ago and originate from China. Today, green tea is used all over the world and it is one of the most healthiest drinks. A lot of researches have proved that green tea has […]

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Mediterranean Diet for Better Health and Longevity

January 8, 2014 ena Health and SolutionsHome

Mediterranean diet is not a classic diet, it is a way of healthy food habits. This diet use people who live in the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, Spain, Italy, Greece. Mediterranean diet is healthy and delicious. Mediterranean diet include:

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High in Protein and Low in Fat – Turkey

December 23, 2013 ena Food and Health BenefitsHome

Turkey is an excellent choice of meat that has minimal total fat. It has more proteins than beef and chicken meat. Turkey is a great source of proteins and minerals like iron, zinc, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, selenium , magnesium and also contains vitamins A, C, B2, B3, B6, B12. Regular turkey consumption can help lower high cholesterol and […]

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Nuts Against Cholesterol and High Blood Pressure

December 20, 2013 ena Food and Health BenefitsHome

Nuts are healthy snacks with great taste. These fruits are rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins and healthy fatty acids. Many studies have proved nuts’s healthy benefits and their help in reducing many diseases.  Nutritionist recommend nuts as a part of healthy diet, especially for those one that have cardiovascular diseases, high cholesterol and diabetes.

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