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  • SUGAR REPLACEMENTS

    Article by  Dominika Zielińska HONEY True wholesome honey releases sugar in the blood more slowly. It may also contain small amounts of vitamins, minerals and propolis. MOLASSES Molasses provide a good substitute for sugar, which can be used, for example, for baking cookies. It is a rich source of vitamins B1, B2, B3 and iron, calcium

    „LIGHT” PRODUCTS

    Article by  Dominika Zielińska The food industry offers a lot of products for people who care about their figure. Low-fat or low-sugar versions of many products fill supermarket shelves. However, the value of such food as helpful in slimming is debatable and some products have a worse nutritional value than their “fattening” counterparts. NON-FAT PRODUCTS Store

    Cooking Without Fat

    Article by  Dominika Zielińska WAYS OF NO-FAT COOKING Dietary modification that is beneficial for health consists mainly in reducing the amount of fat. In addition to choosing low-fat products, we are able to reduce the consumption of fat used in cooking. This article shows how to prepare meals with reduced fat. Steam cooking is fast, fat-free

    Salt

    Article by  Dominika Zielińska SODIUM (NA) This metallic element is important for life. It is the main component of table salt, spread throughout the body in the fluid surrounding the cells. It plays a very important role in maintaining the osmotic pressure in the tissues, allowing the flow of oxygen and nutrients to and from the

    Yoghurt

    Article by  Dominika Zielińska Increasingly popularized as a healthy food, yogurt has been consumed for centuries in many long-lived nations of the world. Now re-discovered as a probiotic, it is simply fermented with the participation of various strains of bacteria, including Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bifidobacteńum bifidum. Bacteria make the milk curd, and this happens thanks to

    Eggs

    Article by  Dominika Zielińska They provide more nutrients per calorie than all other animal products except milk. They contain about 73% water. On average, 1 piece has about 6 grams of protein, 5.75 grams of fat and 0.45 grams of carbohydrates. They are considered the best source of valuable protein: are low in fat, rich in
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