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4 Types of seeds that make all the difference in meals

4 Types of seeds that make all the difference in meals

Seeds are a simple way to increase meals, leaving them much richer in nutrients. "They are very rich in fiber and therefore valuable for the intestinal flora and bowel function, and are also effective in protecting against cancer, especially by regulating the immune system and helping to remove toxic substances from the body," says nutritionist Patricia Davidson , in a post on Instagram.

It also indicates that the fibers help in satiety and are sources of essential fat, such as Omega 3. "I recommend that consumption be made preferably in natura, or in sweet or salted preparations. to be associated with the consumption of fruit and shakes, and store them in dry, sheltered areas of light or inside the refrigerator to preserve good fat inside, without becoming stale, "he adds. Below, check out the four seeds most indicated by the nutritionist:

Pumpkin Seed

Helps get good nights sleep, acts as a natural relaxant, is rich in protein, stabilizes blood sugar and helps weight loss.

Sesame seed

Protects against aging skin, prevents constipation and diarrhea, is rich in iron, helps to fight anxiety.

Sunflower Seed

Strengthens nails, hair and teeth, helps

Flaxseed

Helps reduce cholesterol, promotes satiety, improves bowel function and has anti-inflammatory action


Eating fish once a week already reduces Alzheimer's risk

Eating fish once a week already reduces Alzheimer's risk

A study done at the School of Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh (USA) indicated that seniors who eat roasted or grilled fish at least once a week protect the brain from disease. The study involved 260 people with a mean age of 71 years who had no memory problems. All of them filled out questionnaires that assessed how much fish they ate and how it was prepared.

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Daily diet can have detox action

Daily diet can have detox action

A number of substances that are potentially toxic to our body circulate daily through our blood: some of them are "hitchhiking" from the food we eat (pesticides, xenobiotics, dyes, preservatives, alcohol , heavy metals such as lead, aluminum, mercury, arsenic, etc.) that are absorbed by the intestine and others formed by our own internal metabolism (urea and other cycles), that is, we produce metabolic "waste" inside our body.

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