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[28 Jan 2011 | One Comment | 35,107 views]
Lose weight with vinegar dressing salads when in diets

Recent Swedish studies show that consumed vinegar is responsible for a high sensation of satiety helping you better control the amount of food consumed daily when in a diet. Vinegar may delay food transition from stomach to intestines hence it will maintain the satiety sensation for a longer period of time. At this time in the top of specialist recommendations are balsamic vinegars which are great for salad dressings accompanied with olive oil.
 During the study held at Lund University, subjects were split in two groups, one fed  with white bread …

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[27 Jan 2011 | No Comment | 16,955 views]
How to check out if a fish is fresh or not

If you always want the certitude of buying  fresh fish, it is a must to check that the following apply:

eyes are clear and bulging
the body is flexible and the back elastic
mouth is closed
it has no unwanted smells (like rotten smell)
scales are shiny and firmly attached to the body
muscles firmly attached to the bones
nice clean, odorless and pink gills

Although fish and seafood is healthy and good for diets, under improper storage it is quickly altered. If any of the conditions above does not apply, stay away from that particular fish or …

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[27 Jan 2011 | No Comment | 5,485 views]
Clementines Cold Remedy

Clementines are fruits with an abundance of vitamin C, potassium and fibers. This is why they are a great resource for preventing or treating cold season viral infections.
Another quality is that each fruit contains only 40 calories which makes it excellent as a snack before fitness trainings or even lunch. The fiber contained recommend that clementines should be consumed also when your meals are abundant in fat and sugars. Although as many other fruits do not consume them after meals but one hour before.
As a short history it look like clementines …