4 Combinations of foods that bring benefits to your health
There are some food combinations that, besides being delicious, also provide
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Beans with rice.
To see which are the best food pairs of the Brazilian table, My Life talked with the functional nutritionist nutritionist, Daniela Jobst. :
In the first place of the list, the functional nutritionist remembers the trivial beans with rice. The two ingredients typical of our diet have amino acids. Together they form important proteins in the body. In addition, the minerals and vitamins provided by them are great for bowel functioning and metabolism balance. "If you can change the white rice for the integral, the fibers guarantee even more benefits", encourages
Feijoada and orange
The tasty feijoada with orange forms a great pair, because the fruit helps in the digestion of the proteins and, for being acid, decreases the pH of the stomach and favors the breakdown of food particles, which facilitates the digestion and absorption of nutrients.
Another help given by citrus fruits is in the absorption of iron obtained by plant sources. For them to take action, the specialist recommends that the intake of the chosen fruit be made soon after the meal, as dessert. If you prefer to consume the fruit in the form of juice, drink before starting the dish to not dilute the gastric juice and make it difficult to digest.
Olive oil and basil
Olive oil is able to potentiate the nutrients of the herb, anti-inflammatory effects and preventing chronic diseases.
Manga with milk
The popular imaginary sees this combination as highly harmful, but there is nothing to fear. "Probably the erroneous conclusion that mango with milk is bad must have come from the fact that the drink and the fruit are foods of difficult digestion," she demystifies. "The same myth is about watermelon and milk, but despite their fame, they do not harden the stomach."
Thiamine B1) is classified as one of the B vitamins. All B vitamins are water-soluble, ie the body does not store them and need to be replenished daily. Small amounts of thiamin (vitamin B1) are found in virtually all foods. However, thiamine deficiency (vitamin B1) is among the most common nutritional deficiencies because it is fragile and among the most destruction by processing.
According to researcher Leyuan Liu, this finding shows that in humans the average can pass from 81 years to 100 years, revealing an expressive increase. However, in order to obtain the desired benefits it is necessary to begin to ingest spermidine even in the first years of life. In addition, the compound can also be found mushrooms, soybeans, legumes, corn and whole grains, having the same result.