Nutrition

What to eat when sore throat? What to eat when sore throat?
Doctor Nguyen Thi Hang, Head of Department of Ear - Nose - Throat, Huu Nghi Hospital, said that the changing weather is a favorable condition for bacteria and viruses to develop, causing acute sore throat, characterized by pain. throat and possibly other respiratory infections such as influenza, colds, and measles. Sore throat does not affect much health but can cause dangerous complications such
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A nutritionist shows how to store food A nutritionist shows how to store food
In every home, the refrigerator is an important food preservation device. Family can store food for a long time when using the freezer. According to Associate Professor, Dr. Nguyen Thi Lam, Former Deputy Director of National Institute of Nutrition, in the freezer for long-term food preservation, the temperature of -18 degrees C is the best. Despite the deep cold, when the meat is stored for stora
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How to reduce salt in meals How to reduce salt in meals
Doctor Nguyen Thi Tam, Head of Nutrition Department, Huu Nghi Hospital, said that the dish is more delicious and delicious, but it is easy to cause illness. Eating salty increases blood pressure, atherosclerosis, leading to cardiovascular complications such as đột quỵ, suy tim, gây tử vong hoặc bại liệt.Binge eating helps maintain a stable blood pressure in high blood pressure patien
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Eating eggs does not increase blood fat Eating eggs does not increase blood fat
Associate Professor, Dr. Le Bach Mai, former Deputy Director of the National Institute of Nutrition, said eggs contain about 60 nutrients. In particular, the egg yolks are concentrated in nutrients, 13.6% protein, 29.8% fat and 1.6% minerals. Egg whites contain mostly water, 10.3% protein, low fat, minerals.Healthy adults, without cardiovascular disease, can eat 2-3 eggs per week. For people with
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The advancement of NutiFood Swedish Research Institute The advancement of NutiFood Swedish Research Institute
In 2019, NutiFood bought a Swedish dairy factory. By 2020, NutiFood Swedish research institute will be established with the goal of creating world-class products, suitable to the specific nutritional needs of Vietnamese children, at the most reasonable price. NutiFood said Europe is known as one of the regions with the most developed nutritional science in the world. The scientific and technical a
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Drinking soy milk can enlarge breasts? Drinking soy milk can enlarge breasts?
Phó giáo sư, tiến sĩ Lâm Vĩnh Niên, Trưởng khoa Dinh dưỡng - Tiết chế, Bệnh viện Đại học Y dược TP HCM, cho biết sữa đậu nành là nguồn protein tốt với 2,4 g trong 100 ml. Soy milk is low in fat, low in sugar and carbohydrates, rich in vitamin K which is essential for blood clotting, rich in phosphorus for strong bones, and rich in potassium for a healt
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Lose weight with drinks Lose weight with drinks
Associate Professor, Dr. Bui Thi Nhung, Head of School and Career Nutrition, National Institute of Nutrition, said that weight loss support drinks made from fruits and vegetables were chosen by many people. You can combine a variety of fruits or vegetables that are low in energy, high in vitamins and minerals, help digest food, reduce hunger and increase fat metabolism.Low energy drinks can be use
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Lose weight with drinks Lose weight with drinks
Associate Professor, Dr. Bui Thi Nhung, Head of School and Career Nutrition, National Institute of Nutrition, said that weight loss support drinks made from fruits and vegetables were chosen by many people. You can combine a variety of fruits or vegetables that are low in energy, high in vitamins and minerals, help digest food, reduce hunger and increase fat metabolism.Low energy drinks can be use
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Vietnamese people are lazy to exercise, eat less salt-rich vegetables Vietnamese people are lazy to exercise, eat less salt-rich vegetables
Professor Le Danh Tuyen, National Institute of Nutrition, emphasized as above on October 14, on the occasion of World Food Day (October 16). Estimates of the World Health Organization (WHO), in 2017 more than 541,000 Vietnamese died, of which 76% were caused by non-communicable diseases, led by cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, and cancer. letter, osteoporosis, gout ...Theo kết quả Tổng đi
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