Wednesday, May 25, 2016

3 Tips on Healthy Eating Easy

Healthy Eating Easy Tips for Planning a Healthy Diet and Sticking to it

Healthy eating is not about strict dietary limitations, staying unrealistically thin, or depriving yourself of the foods you love. Rather, it’s about feeling great, having more energy, improving your outlook, and stabilizing your mood. If you feel overwhelmed by all the conflicting nutrition and diet advice out there, you’re not alone. It seems that for every expert who tells you a certain food is good for you, you’ll find another saying exactly the opposite. But by using these simple tips, you can cut through the confusion and learn how to create a tasty, varied, and healthy diet that is as good for your mind as it is for your body.

How does healthy eating affect mental and emotional health?

Healthy eating tip 1: Set yourself up for success

To set yourself up for success, think about planning a healthy diet as a number of small, manageable steps—like adding a salad to your diet once a day—rather than one big drastic change. As your small changes become habit, you can continue to add more healthy choices.

Healthy eating tip 2: Moderation is key

Key to any healthy diet is moderation. But what is moderation? In essence, it means eating only as much food as your body needs. You should feel satisfied at the end of a meal, but not stuffed. Moderation is also about balance. Despite what fad diets would have you believe, we all need a balance of protein, fat, fiber, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals to sustain a healthy body.

For many of us, moderation also means eating less than we do now. But it doesn't mean eliminating the foods you love. Eating bacon for breakfast once a week, for example, could be considered moderation if you follow it with a healthy lunch and dinner—but not if you follow it with a box of donuts and a sausage pizza. If you eat 100 calories of chocolate one afternoon, balance it out by deducting 100 calories from your evening meal. If you're still hungry, fill up with extra vegetables.

Healthy eating tip 3: Reduce sugar

Aside from portion size, perhaps the single biggest problem with the modern Western diet is the amount of added sugar in our food. As well as creating weight problems, too much sugar causes energy spikes and has been linked to diabetes, depression, and even an increase in suicidal behaviors in young people. Reducing the amount of candy and desserts you eat is only part of the solution as sugar is also hidden in foods such as bread, cereals, canned soups and vegetables, pasta sauce, margarine, instant mashed potatoes, frozen dinners, low-fat meals, fast food, and ketchup. Your body gets all it needs from sugar naturally occurring in food so all this added sugar just means a lot of empty calories.

Healthy eating tip 3: Reduce Nitrate

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Monday, May 23, 2016

High Nitrates Level Fruits

Some fruits have a high level of nitrate, and it is quite important to know before you eat it. Fruits that are naturally rich in nitrates can provide a variety of health benefits, but some nitrate is converted to nitrite in your body, which can form nitrosamines and cause negative effects. However, vitamin C naturally inhibits the conversion to nitrosamines, which is why fresh fruits and vegetables high in nitrates cause far fewer problems than meats artificially high in nitrates.

Fruits High in Nitrates

In general, levels of nitrates are lower in fruits compared to vegetables, especially root vegetables, because of the distance most fruit is from the ground. In other words, the farther the fruit is away from the nitrate-rich soil, the lower the concentration of nitrate in its flesh and seeds. According to a Polish study published in a 1994 edition of “Roczniki Panstwowego Zaklapu Higieny,” the fruit with the highest nitrate content is strawberries, followed by currents, gooseberries, raspberries and cherries Apples were found to have only trace amounts of nitrates.

Nitrate is converted to nitrite in your body almost immediately by bacteria on your tongue. As long as the nitrite is not converted to large amounts of harmful nitrosamines in your stomach, nitrite eventually becomes nitric oxide in your blood, which can relax your blood vessels. According to “Functional Biochemistry in Health and Disease,” studies done on nitrate-rich vegetables such as lettuce and beets have found that when nitric oxide is highest in the bloodstream, blood pressure is at its lowest. In addition to relaxing or vasodilating blood vessels, nitric oxide also displays anti-platelet properties, which helps to prevent inappropriate blood clotting. However, because the by-products of nitrates affect blood flow and pressure, they can also trigger migraine headaches in some people. Consult with your doctor if you suffer from migraines and ask about the connection to nitrate-rich foods.

Greentest - Fruit and Vegetable Nitrate Tester

 As above, it is essential to detect the level of nitrate inside the fruits before eating. Greentest is a portable nitrate tester to help you check it.

Thursday, May 19, 2016

What is Popular Health Foods

Everyone is talking about these popular health foods. How good for you are they? Health Foods means without too much harmful element like Nitrate and Nitrite. Of course you can estimate your flesh food like vegetables and fruit level of nitrate by our nitrate tester- Greentest.
Of all the leafy greens, none has achieved star status quite like kale has. Add it to a meal or a smoothie and you're surrounded by a beatific glow. It's a member of the Brassica genus (along with broccoli and Brussels sprouts), a category of plant foods that are linked to a lower risk of certain cancers. Not only that, but kale is high in nutrients you need for bone health — vitamins A and K and calcium — plus it delivers almost a day's worth of vitamin C. While kale has much to offer, don't neglect other leafy greens, like collards and mustard greens, which provide as much nutrition as kale.

Chia Seeds 
These dark teeny seeds seem to have edged out flaxseed in popularity. They're popping up everywhere from puddings to gel-like drinks. Like flax, chia is a good source of ALA, a type of plant-based Omega-3 fat thought to promote heart health. But the benefits don't stop there. Just 1 tablespoon of the seeds delivers a whopping 5 grams of fiber (20 percent of the amount women need each day). Try sprinkling them on yogurt or cereal.

Acai Berries 
This small, dark-purple fruit is native to South America. Its deep hue indicates a high concentration of anthocyanins — antioxidants that help promote heart health and lower cancer risk. A study published in the journal Nutrition found that acai berry pulp lowered total and LDL ("bad") cholesterol levels and modulated the spike in blood sugar after consumption by a group of overweight individuals.
These seedlike grains, which unfurl into a spiral when cooked, are lauded as a high-protein, lower-carb whole grain. This ancient grain is native to the Andes and has exploded in popularity in the United States in recent years. Quinoa has a unique nutrient profile, delivering 4 grams of protein, 3 grams of fiber and a helping of many vitamins and minerals, such as folate, potassium and iron, in a half-cup serving. It also has some of the same omega-3 fatty acids that are found in walnuts and chia seeds.

Almond Milk 
Almond milk has surged in popularity, in part because it's low in calories and is seen as a good alternative to cow's milk. Find one with no added sugar (the sweetened kinds add about 2 teaspoons of sugars per serving) and look for one that has calcium and vitamin D. Even fortified almond milks are very low in protein, meaning they're not a direct replacement for cow's milk. Commercial almond milks also often contain additives. For a 100-percent-natural almond milk, try making it yourself by soaking raw almonds in water overnight, blending the mixture and straining through cheesecloth.

Even before the explosion of fresh juice stands and personal juicers, little shots of bright green wheatgrass juice came into vogue. While wheatgrass does pack a lot of nutrition into those little shots — it boasts vitamins A, C and E, plus calcium and magnesium — it doesn't necessarily trump spinach or any other dark leafy green, which often offer more of these nutrients than wheatgrass. And as for other health claims, such as lowering cancer risks or boosting immunity, none have been proven.

Coconut Oil
Fat has traditionally been categorized into two groups: "good" (unsaturated) and "bad" (saturated). But coconut oil is turning that paradigm on its head. Coconut oil is largely made up of medium-chain saturated fats, which have a number of health benefits, including heart health (they're rapidly changed into energy in the body and don't cause an increase in cholesterol, as other kinds of saturated fats do). Other research has shown that coconut oil, which has antioxidant effects, can help to quell the inflammation that leads to heart disease.

11 Health Food Impostors
Your intentions are healthy, but your choices may not be. Prevent diet sabotage by smartening up about these 11 seemingly nutritious foods.

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Sunday, May 15, 2016

The reason of why we’re creativity Greentest

At present, the fruits and vegetables, it was a very important for human consumption, some parts of the fruits and vegetables are looks almost same, however, the internal content have a big difference. For example, the nitrate content of this tomato was multi-higher than another one. The Nitrate, it was naturally in fruits and vegetables, even now, there were more nitrate was content in the fruits and vegetables, how did this happen?

the nitrate content of fruits and vegetables
         The most promoting effect to the photosynthesis in the growth of fruit and vegetable is the chemical technology production, nitrogen fertilizer is mainly used; According to the data shows that the fertilizer amount as we used today almost 20 times of what used 50 years ago. The China as the fastest growing country in the world we’ve the largest number of population in the world. Now China's population has reached 1.36 billion, the consumption of food on each day was staggering(as such a large amount of people). According to our diet habit, the vegetables and fruit occupies more than 50% which makes the farm have to provide enough food to ensure the needs of people every day.  

         Under the influence of chemical technology and modern industrial mode, the output of crops and fruit trees increased exponentially, and the amount of fertilizer used, which resulted in the increase of nitrate content by more than 10 times, and its retaining, causing excessive pollution of vegetables, fruits, soil, and water. Over intake of nitrate can cause very big health problems, such as blue baby syndrome, High iron hemoglobin, oral cancer, esophageal cancer, gastric cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease.

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Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Greentest - Portable Nitrate Tester for Food

Greentest - Portable High Quality High Accuracy Food Detector, Nitrate Tester for Fruit and Vegetable

 Fertilizers that contain necessary elements for plant growth are used for cultivating fruits and vegetables. However, misuse of production technology, usage of prohibited fertilizers, pesticides and chemicals, as well as an increased level of fertilizer concentrations in the soil can all result in a serious damage to your health. Of all the substances that are transferred to the soil from fertilizers, nitrates are one of the most harmful if consumed in excess. Continuous intake of food with a high nitrate content may lead to an elevated risk of serious diseases, which is also a representative foodsafety problem.

Greentest  can help you test your daily food such as fruit and vegetable safety before you eat. 

 How it Works

 Just easy to check the safety of your food only 3 secends.

1.  Simply insert the probe into your fruit or vegetable

2. Easy to read the results in 2 seconds.

3. Red is a warming that the additives concentration is more than twice above norms. Yellow requires an attention that the additives concentration is above norms, green shows that is within norms.

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