Sunday, December 16, 2012

The "bad" foods, you can still eat


Nine "bad" foods that you should not consume
Still deserve a chance


Some healthy foods are given a bad reputation that simply can no longer be resolved. However, it is extremely important to educate yourself about the food, and get to the truth about the 'bad' foods we'd still be eating.

Are you one of those who avoid peanut butter because you think it's calorie superbomb that you only thicker, or maybe avoid consumption of egg yolks because they fear for the health of your heart? Such foods are, believe it or not, is actually good for you, followed by the reasons why.



Peanut butter
Bad reputation: Peanut butter you just horrible thicker
Good news: Peanut butter does contain high amounts of fat, but that does not mean that you will gain weight because of them. (Gaining or losing weight and body fat, depending on your skill balancing caloric intake.)

So, peanut butter is a concentrated source of calories, and it does not want to overeat. There is no point to eat tons of food to feel satisfied, just have one tablespoon (about 90 calories) and stand on it for the day.Peanut butter is actually healthy because it contains protein and folate or vitamin B9 which is essential in the production of new cells.

Eggs
Bad reputation: Eggs are a significant source of cholesterol, egg yolks are strictly prohibited for those who pay attention to their heart health
Good news: Medical experts now emphasize that saturated fats and transfats bigger culprits in raising blood cholesterol than dietary cholesterol itself. Eggs you, and this certainly did not know, can meet! One study, in fact, found that subjects who ate toast for breakfast with eggs felt more satisfied and ate less for lunch than when they ate for breakfast biscuits with the same number of calories.

Egg yolks contain lutein and zeaxanthin, compounds that scientists associated with a reduced risk of age-related macular degeneration, a disease of the central part of the retina, called the macula, which usually occurs in older adults, resulting in a loss of vision in the center of the visual field.

Beef
Bad reputation: Beef is full of saturated fat and dietary cholesterol, and should avoid all who look at your heart
Good news: Thin slices of beef, low fat source of protein and iron minerals are very important in the process of getting oxygen from the lungs and its supply of cells in the body, such as minerals indispensable to women of childbearing age and children in the developing world.

Are obtained from beef steaks of different sizes: filet mignon, steak, beef rose, potrbuĊĦica. If you can not remember the name, select the steak has a deep red color and relatively low in fat.

Chocolate
Bad reputation: Chocolate contains a lot of fat, sugar and heap tastes great, and just has to be bad for health
Good news: Dark chocolate contains bioflavonoids, antioxidants, blood thinners which benefits the cardiovascular system. Swiss researchers have recently argued that the daily consumption of dark chocolate within two weeks reduced stress hormones. But be careful in counting calories for weight gain at the end would not only increase your stress and frustration.



Praties
Bad reputation: potatoes occupy a high position on the glycemic index, which measures how quickly different foods raise blood sugar. Foods with a high GI value cause high blood sugar, and insulin (a hormone that helps glucose get into cells), which may be a serious problem for individuals, especially those suffering from diabetes.

Good news: Potatoes are an excellent source of fiber, potassium and vitamin C. Unless you eat the potatoes fairly simple with nothing, GI value does not matter. (It is important to note that the glycemic index is imperfect and controversial scale.) Potatoes with a high GI value becomes a meal with a low GI value if you just add a little olive oil, because the added fat helps the absorption of carbohydrates potatoes.

Coffee
Bad reputation: Coffee can make you hyperactive, give it your dream, it's not good for you.
Good news: Research shows that coffee components (including, but not limited to caffeine) can reduce the risk of dementia, diabetes and liver cancer. Most of the benefits associated with drinking two to four cups of coffee a day.

If coffee makes you very active, reduce the dose by drinking coffee, and coffee to be due to caffeine, you should steer clear of pregnancy and while breastfeeding.

Nuts
Bad reputation: Nuts are full of fat and fruits should be avoided.
Good news: They may be full of fat, but the fruits are nuts good for your health, conducive to the work of your heart. But there are other benefits of nuts, for example, is a rich pistachio lutein and zeaxanthin, antioxidants that keep your eyes healthy. Almonds are rich in vitamin E, and walnuts contain a significant amount of omega-3 fatty acids.

How nuts are very rich in calories, consume them in moderation.

Bread
The bad reputation of bread is bad for you because it is full of carbohydrates.
Good news: The bread is not bad, but bad is to consume large amounts of refined grains, so be sure that at least half of grains consumed be whole-grain. Start one hundred percent consume wheat bread or other breads that are made from only one type of crop.

Here's another good news: the researchers found that people who eat whole-grain cereals are living longer.

Corn
Bad reputation: of course, corn is a vegetable, but it does not contain too many nutrients
Good news: While not contain as many nutrients as, for example, berry products, corn is still rich in nutrients. For one cup of corn kernels get four grams of fiber. Like most yellow and green vegetables, corn is an excellent source of lutein and zeaxanthin.

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