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Our immune system is what protects us from diseases, viruses, and harmful bacteria. Over 70% of our immune system is located in our digestive tract. It is like a protective shield that guards us from the inside as well as the outside. We should realize that even if we eat a food and it gets to our stomach, it is technically still OUTSIDE of our body. Everything that has not been absorbed into our bloodstream, behind the gut lining, is still really outside. And while it can cause serious damage there (think of leaky gut for example), it is still manageable to keep the bad guys where they belong – outside of our bodies. For our bodies to be able to manage this, it is very important to keep our immune system working properly.
Our gut is home to so many bacteria that we can easily say that the human body contains more bacteria than actual human cells. Our gut flora helps us by metabolizing food, absorbing nutrients, fighting viruses and pathogens, and managing inflammation. Standard diets includ ...
Your brain is an extremely complicated organ. As the center of your nervous system, it controls mental processes and physical actions, including things you may take for granted, like simple movements of your body parts. The brain controls the information flow through the body and natural processes like breathing, blinking, or digesting food. These are called involuntary actions - reactions we really don’t control. On the other hand walking, reading, talking, or running around are all voluntary actions we do because we want to.
Your brain consumes 80% of the energy you produce. It also needs nutrients.
To have a healthy, well functioning brain, we need to eat specific high quality foods including seawee ...
Nuts and seeds are a great snack option for many people; they are easy to carry around, bring to work, take on hike or trip as a part of the food supplies. Most of them are packed with nutrients like good fats, minerals including magnesium, zinc, copper, calcium, and selenium and also vitamins. Different nuts and seeds contain different nutrients in varying amounts. Eating them as part of a meal is a wonderful idea. You can eat them straight from the bag, sprinkle them over your salad, or blend them in a food processor to create delicious nut butter spreads that taste amazing with apple slices, can be used for baking, or just eaten with a spoon straight from the jar. Let’s take a look at some of the options in the nuts and seeds family, along with their nutritional value.
Almonds are probably the most popular nuts.They are great source of manganese, copper, magnesium, and vitamin E. They are also a good source o ...
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