One of the most important things to keep the organism running is hydration. Fruits and vegetables make an important contribution to this, in addition to pure fluid intake (1-2 liters). In addition, thanks to their vitamins, fruits and vegetables strengthen the immune system and thus protect against diseases.
Proteins (preferably plant-based) support the development of muscles and skin. Mineral salts strengthen bones and teeth. Wholesome carbohydrates and healthy fats are excellent sources of energy.
Oat Drink: An Alternative Or The New Standard?
Why you should rethink your dairy consumption, and consider the benefits of switching to Oat Drink – for you and the planet While in 2020 the oat milk market size was already valued at USD 2.23 billion, forecasts expect an expansion at a compound annual growth rate (CA …
Plant-Based Nutrition For A Healthier Lifestyle
Reasons why a plant-based diet is beneficial for you and the planet Going plant-based is a general eating approach. There is no need to count calories or stress about meeting certain macronutrient goals each day. In essence, it’s about eating more foods that are plants or co …
What Is Balanced Nutrition?
The first steps towards a healthier diet Nutrition trends are constantly changing - but generally speaking, the best way to eat healthy is to eat and drink everything in moderation. Carbonated and non-carbonated water, generally unsweetened beverages, plenty of vegetab …
How To Eat Healthy With A Busy Schedule
A balanced diet supplies the fuel your body needs to work effectively. Without balanced nutrition, your body is more prone to illnesses such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. The scientific connection between food and health is well documented, with substantial evi …
How Much Weight Do We Gain At Christmas, And What Can We Do To Avoid It?
Controlling excesses at Christmas is not easy. In a very short period, there are parties, family celebrations, company meals, etc., which lead us to eat very high calorie meals and consume many drinks (mainly with sugar and/or alcohol). These excesses in food and drink can make u …