Parmesan

Parmesan is a well-known Italian cheese. It is very hard and aromatic. It is obtained from cow’s milk treated with rennet and temperature. Real Italian parmesan has a specific cheese scent, and adding it to selected dishes improves their taste and nutritional quality. Under the name Parmesan we can find in stores products that have…

Dried tomatoes

Tomatoes are at the forefront of the most commonly used vegetables in Europe. Only the potato, onion and lettuce are ahead of them. They owe their popularity to their availability, versatility and low price. Tomatoes can be bought in various forms. The most popular are purees, juices, concentrates, sauces and dried tomatoes. Especially the latter…

Beef

The World Health Organization (WHO) has placed red meat on the top of the list of carcinogenic substances with cigarettes and asbestos. The keyword in this report, however, is the processed expression. Yes, processed meat and ready-made dishes are not good for our health. I guess no one deludes that hot dogs or burgers from…

Vegetarian diet

Vegetarianism is a way of feeding, which in both India and the Middle East, where it originated, has been known for many years. Recently, it has become more and more popular all over the world. People interested in healthy eating often choose vegetarianism as a healthy lifestyle. Is it right? What exactly does vegetarianism consist…

Trans fats

Among the most dangerous to healthy fats, we can mention two types – saturated and so-called. trans-unsaturated fatty acid isomers. And although the former is the enemy for our body, we must say clearly – trans fats in this area beat them on the head, causing our body even more serious damage. How are trans…

Egg. What’s the truth

Every few years, scientists change the front, once proclaiming eggs with heart and vessel killers, again claiming to be the source of the most valuable substances. What’s the truth?  The fact is that eggs are a rich source of cholesterol, cholesterol is the main component of atherosclerotic plaques occluding vessels, leading to heart attack, stroke…

Holiday cholesterol

Holiday is a time that is inseparably associated with greed. Easter dishes are usually neither easily digestible nor low-calorie. The consequence of a few days’ feast may be not only the increase in body fat, but also the deregulation of the lipid economy, which may manifest itself in abnormalities in the level of cholesterol and…

Truth and myths about the harmfulness of eggs

There are many articles about eggs, many outdated ones, the questions are still the same, so I renew the topic about the myths of egg harm.  Eggs are the source of the most valuable substances, and yet some blame them for heart problems and atherosclerosis. Chicken egg is a complete material needed for the life…

Diet after a heart attack – what and how to eat to support a sore heart?

For people who have undergone myocardial infarction, proper nutrition is just as important as taking regular medication.What and how to eat so that the heart will recover after the heart attack? The diet for a person after a heart attack depends primarily on the stage of its treatment and convalescence.And so, on the first day…

Are the eggs healthy?

The taste and nutritional value of eggs depend to a large extent on the way the hens are fed. The best are rural eggs from chickens kept in natural conditions. Eggs were once thought to be very nutritious and healthy, and they lost their reputation because of cholesterol, but recent studies show that if a…