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Saturday, March 30, 2013

Vegetarian Potato Soup

Posted by Chantel M. Recipe contributed By
Traditional potato soup recipes often include bacon, sour cream, and other animal products. For vegetarians and vegans who want a hearty potato soup, this recipe is the answer. Kids and adults alike love this nutritious, satisfying soup.
3 med potatoes, skinned and cubed
1/2 lb. tofu
4 cups water (you can substitute one cup of water with vegetable broth)
1 medium yellow onion, chopped
1 teaspoon salt
1 T. olive oil
1/4 c. chopped parsley
black pepper to taste
Directions:
Fill a large pot with the water and vegetable broth. Bring the water to a simmer and lower the potatoes and onions into the pot. Add sea salt. Simmer for about 20 minutes or until potatoes are tender.
While the potatoes and onions are cooking, blend the tofu and olive oil in a food processor. When the potatoes and onions are done, add half of the batch to the food processor with the tofu and olive oil mix and process.
Return the contents of the food processor to the pot containing the water and the other half of the potato/onion mix. Add parsley and black pepper to taste. You might also want to add bacon bits or vegetarian bacon bits to the mix.
Simmer for a few minutes until warm enough to serve.
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Friday, March 29, 2013

Hepatic gene expression following consumption of soy protein isolate in female Sprague-Dawley rats

Posted by Chantel M. research contributed by US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health   

Although soy foods have been recognized as an excellent source of protein, there have been recent concerns regarding potential adverse effects of isoflavone phytochemicals found in soy products, which are known to bind and activate estrogen receptors. In the study of global hepatic gene expression profiles in ovariectomized female Sprague-Dawley rats treated with 17beta-estradiol (E(2)) or fed with soy protein isolate (SPI) as a means of estimating potential estrogenicity of SPI. Female Sprague-Dawley rats were fed AIN-93G diets containing casein (CAS) or SPI starting at postnatal day (PND) 30. Rats were ovariectomized on PND 50 and infused with E(2) or vehicle in osmotic pumps for 14 d,  posted in PubMed, researchers indicated that Serum E(2) levels were within normal ranges for the rat and SPI feeding did not increase uterine wet weight in the absence or presence of E(2). SPI feeding altered (P<0 data-blogger-escaped-.05="">or=+/-1.5-fold) the expression of 82 genes, while E(2) treatment altered 892 genes. Moreover, only 4% of E(2)-affected genes were also modulated by SPI, including some whose expression was reversed by SPI feeding.

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Thursday, March 28, 2013

Vegetarian Chicken Noodle Soup Reviews

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If you are looking for a water soluble source of fiber, you may want to look into trying shirataki noodles. These noodles are low in carbohydrates, low in calories, thin, translucent, and gelatinous just as most Japanese noodles are but these are made from the Konjac plant. It is composed of Glucomannan. The name Shirataki itself comes from the Japanese word meaning "White Waterfall" which is a good representation of these noodles.
Shirataki noodles can be found in most grocery stores and foreign food supplying stores. They come wet in pre-packaged liquid, or dry and last for about a year unopened. In the United States, there are two different types of Shirataki noodles usually sold. The traditional noodles have no gluten, no calories, and no net carbohydrates, which make them perfect for low carb diets. The tofu based noodles however, are becoming increasingly more popular because they have much more flavor and are still quite healthy. There are very few carbs in the tofu based noodles, and they are, even so, an excellent source of dietary fiber.
If you are interested in changing your diet by decreasing your carbohydrate intake, you should consider eating these noodles more often. Tofu Shirataki noodles are usually very cheap and are easy to find. Millions eat and buy tofu Shirataki noodles each day. The Japanese culture enjoys these noodles as part of a healthy diet. This is especially common in the Kansai region where they cut the Konnyaku jelly into small threads. In the Kanto region, these noodles are prepared by pouring the Konnyaku into holes and then into the hot water containing a lime concentration. Shirataki noodles sold with the tofu are considerably cheaper than buying the tofu and the noodles individually. Deals like this are very common and easy to find in most grocery stores.
Vegans and vegetarians who need to be relieved from a cold or flu will feel much better after having a nice warm bowl of Vegetarian Chicken Noodle Soup. With some tofu and noodles, you can have a nice delicious low carbohydrate healthy meal any time.
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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Mammary gland morphology and gene expression differ in female rats treated with 17β-estradiol or fed soy protein isolate

Posted by Chantel M. research contributed  US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health 
Soy foods have been suggested to have both positive health benefits and potentially adverse effects as a result of their content of phytoestrogens.  In the study to compare the effects of soy protein isolate (SPI), the protein in soy infant formula, with those of 17β-estradiol (E2), on global gene expression profiles and morphology in the female rat mammary gland, with rats fed AIN-93G diets containing casein or SPI beginning on postnatal d 30, posted in PubMed, searchers found that SPI is only minimally estrogenic in the rat mammary gland even in the absence of endogenous estrogens.

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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Make Chinese Food - Easy Delicious Chinese Cooking at Home

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Chinese food is one of the most delicious types of cuisine available to enjoy today. The wonderful thing about this food is that it tastes so good and is very easy to make. Chinese cuisine is a great addition to include to any family's homemade meals. Chinese cooking is actually super easy to learn with the right recipes and knowledge. Many of us love to visit our favorite Chinese restaurants or Chinese buffets and enjoy this mouth-watering cuisine. Just think of the great Chinese dishes many of us are so used to enjoying.
I know as a kid we always went to our favorite Chinese restaurant and ordered our favorite selection of items, which often included, wonton soup, egg rolls, shrimp fried rice, steamed white rice, plus two or three other main dishes. Just think of the scrumptious Chinese recipes you've enjoyed in your favorite restaurants in the past. From stir-fried beef with broccoli to sweet and sour pork, from General Tso's Chicken to Moo Goo Gai Pan, the list goes on and on of the great dishes available in Chinese cuisine. There is such a wide variety of options in Chinese cooking - that's what makes it so enjoyable!
Other great aspects about cooking Chinese are the healthy benefits this food offers. Very often vegetables are balanced with entrees and fried dishes come with steamed dishes or soups. The majority of people believe that a Chinese cuisine is healthy and well balanced.
There are also so many interesting methods of cooking great this type of cuisine. The various cooking techniques include boiling, poaching, steaming, deep-frying, roasting, stir-frying, sautéing, braising, flavor-potting and smoking.
The different types of Chinese food that we love to enjoy include the following: crab, cabbage, carrots, duck, tofu, cucumber, bean sprouts, bamboo, eggs, chicken, beef, glutinous rice, mushrooms, ginger, watercress and sesame oil.
There are also several different styles within this cuisine. They include Mandarin cuisine, Cantonese cuisine, Szechwan cuisine and Hunan cuisine. Each of these cuisines has its own unique style and come from the four major regions of China. For instance, Cantonese is more mild and the most popular type of Chinese cuisine in the United States, while Szechwan is much spicier in taste. Mandarin food consists of many breads and noodles and Hunan food has more oil in it and is often richer in taste than Szechwan food, but may also be spicy or sweet and sour in flavor.
As you can see Chinese food is a delicious and healthy cuisine to enjoy throughout the year!   You'll also find that with the right Chinese recipes and instructions that Chinese cooking is very easy to learn.
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Monday, March 25, 2013

Prenatal and infant exposures and age at menarche

Posted by Chantel M. research contributed by US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health
In the study comprised 33,501 women in the Sister Study who were 35-59 years of age at baseline (2003-2009) to investigate the prenatal and infant exposures in relation to age at menarche in a nationwide cohort of women who have a family history of breast cancer, posted in PubMed, researchers showed that Early menarche (≤10 or 11 years) was associated with having low birth weight, having had a teenage mother, being firstborn, and specific prenatal exposures: mother's smoking, diethylstilbestrol (DES), prepregnancy diabetes, and pregnancy-related hypertensive disorder. Prenatal exposures most strongly associated with very early menarche (≤10 years) were DES (rRR = 1.56 [95% CI = 1.24-1.96]), maternal prepregnancy diabetes (2.24 [1.37-3.68]), and pregnancy-related hypertensive disorder (1.45 [1.18-1.79]). Soy formula was associated with both very early menarche (1.21 [0.94-1.54]) and late menarche (14 years: 1.17 [0.98-1.40] or ≥15 years: 1.28 [1.06-1.56]).

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Sunday, March 24, 2013

Body Fat and Bone Mineral Content of Infants Fed Breast Milk, Cow's Milk Formula, or Soy Formula during the First Year of Life

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In this study to characterize the growth, fat mass (FM), fat-free mass (FFM), and bone mineral content (BMC) longitudinally in healthy infants fed breast milk (BM), cow's milk formula (CMF), or soy formula (SF) during the first year of life, posted in PubMed, researchers showed that Infants fed CMF and SF had significantly different fat and bone accretion trajectories, and all infants fed formula were significantly different from infants fed BM. Infants fed SF had a leaner body phenotype throughout the first year of life, lower bone mineralization by age 3 months, and greater bone mineral accretion during the first year of life compared with infants fed BM or CMF. Although the body composition profiles are strikingly different in these 3 diet groups, the implications for long-term health outcomes and bone health remain unclear.

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Saturday, March 23, 2013

Tempeh Versus Tofu - Which Wins the Health Competition?

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How Is Tempeh Different from Tofu, and Which Is Healthier?
Once close relatives derived from the soybean plant, Tempeh and Tofu were separated at adolescence, raised and formed for purpose in two different living environments. Yet now, they come together for one epic battle for vegetarian supremacy! Not knowing of their past, their disdain for one another is based on a misunderstanding of how similar and beautiful each is to one the other -- how... complementary... they are of one another. So we may all help to teach others and teach these native sons of soy how to better tolerate one another, we must first understand how Tempeh and Tofu came to be.
OK. Enough of that. Let's get right down to it: a primer on the soybean.
What is Tempeh? Tempeh Defined
Tempeh is to the soybean as spam is to ham, except far less disgusting and much better for you. Tempeh is made through a relatively simple process: the soybean is first made tender through soaking and then it's de-hulled. The beans are partially cooked, and then pressed into a layered cake or patty form. There are other forms of tempeh that can be derived from whole wheat or a mixture of soy and grains, yet the most commonly found variation is soy tempeh.
The protein in tempeh is far more digestible than what you would ingest through animal proteins, due to tempeh's fermentation process. As a result, combining tempeh with other meats or simply using it as a substitute has been known to greatly aid in overall digestive health. Different from tofu, tempeh is a whole soybean product that offers higher amounts of protein and dietary fiber, as well as vitamin content, all due to the fermentation process preserving the whole bean.
What is Tofu? Tofu Defined
Like tempeh, tofu is derived from the soybean, yet after the bean has been processed to the soy milk product. In it's simplest form, tofu is to the soybean as cottage cheese is to dairy milk. It is the curd of soy milk pressed into chunks, slabs or bricks. Of course there are varieties of tofu, ranging from what is known as silken or soft tofu, often used in desserts, to the more common western or dried tofu that is so versatile in cooking everything from traditional Asian cuisine to filling for soups. Full of iron and calcium, as well as being cholesterol free, you can see how it serves as a great addition to any diet, especially the diet of a pregnant or aging individual.
With regards to nutritional value, tofu does one-up tempeh as it offers more protein per carbohydrate, while offering a little more versatility in terms of the dishes and foods with which it can be combined. It is easily marinated and seasoned, can be made with egg, cinnamon, fruits and nuts -- offering a fairly wide variety of flavors. It can also be found in fermented varieties, such as pickled tofu, though this isn't necessarily for everyone. Therefore, in our quest to determine which soy reigns supreme, we're slightly stumped as they both offer great edible options.
A Few of the Best Tempeh Recipes
No. I'm not going to drop a list of ingredients that you must run out to the store and purchase, because tempeh is best used in substitutions of your other favorite or former recipes. For example, the Super Bowl is right around the corner, and regardless of how you feel about football, you'll probably be at a party. How about a little vegetarian chili, prepped with tempeh, organic powders, seasoning and vegetables, served with a tasty St. Peters English Ale -- an organic favorite.
For breakfast, depending on your desire, tempeh is the perfect substitute for bacon or sausage, and is darn tasty on a bagel with egg and cheese, or egg substitute if you prefer. Tempeh is also great after it has been marinated, to create sandwich meat, or flavor for salads. And when it comes right down to it, skillet frying it with a little sea-salt and a peppercorn variety makes it a great snack in and of itself.
A Few of the Best Tofu Recipes
Do you remember the first time you dipped into Miso soup or Pad Thai, and thought, "What is this stuff?" It is so versatile, you can quite literally toss it into any of your favorite recipes. Depending on the type of tofu that is made or purchased, you can use it in anything from soups and salads, to filling a kebab skewer full of other meats and vegetables. If you're truly adventurous and have a little sweet tooth, or are attempting to convince friends and family members that a little soy in life can be a good thing, check out this recipe for Vegan Chocolate Cake.
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Friday, March 22, 2013

Tofu Is A Wonder Food

Posted by Chantel M, Recipe By Michelle_Bery

People become more and more health conscious with each passing year. Fad diets, home gyms, and quick weight loss pills constantly flood the market. However, there has always been one tried and true road to good healthy; healthy eating. Finding ways to eat healthy can be difficult, especially with the high fat and cholesterol content that is found in red and white meats. But there is an alternative that has been long embraced by both eastern culture and vegetarians alike, and that alternative is tofu.
Tofu is made from soybean curd that is pressed into blocks that can be used in various recipes and methods of cooking. Different varieties of tofu are suited for different kinds of recipes. Soft tofu is a form of fresh tofu - produced directly from soy milk- and contains the highest moisture content of all varieties. Its custard-like texture makes it conducive to use as a dessert.
Firm tofu is a form of fresh tofu that has slightly less moisture content than soft tofu. While it is still soft in texture, it is able to hold its shape unlike soft tofu. The firmest form of fresh tofu is dried tofu. Dried tofu has the lowest moisture content and has the firmness of cooked meat. Dried tofu can be sliced, crumbled, or pressed into forms like noodles.
Tofu's appeal to chefs and diners is two fold. First and foremost, it has very little natural flavor so it can be used in a wide variety of dishes and sauces. Tofu's lack of flavor allows it to assume the flavors of the recipe without overpowering the dish. Its versatility is also evident in the preparation methods as well. Tofu can be served raw, fried, grilled, stewed, stir fried, in soups, or even as a filling or stuffing. But ultimately, tofu's wide appeal extends beyond its versatility. Its nutritional benefits make it a food of choice for so many health conscious people. Tofu is low in calories, high in protein, and has no cholesterol. The FDA states that a daily intake of twenty-five grams of soy protein, which is found in tofu, may reduce the risk of heart disease.
Tofu is literally a "wonder food" that acts as a canvas for flavors while providing tremendous health benefits. It is no wonder that tofu has become increasingly popular for food lovers and health conscious diners alike.
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Thursday, March 21, 2013

Korean Braised Tofu

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Ok, so this is yet another recipe my mom picked up from her Korean cooking class (hey what can I say - they're good!). But let me tell you, this by far is my most favorite recipe out of all the ones she learned. It's savory, salty sweet, oniony, garlicky, gingery, and not so spicy. It is topped with basically raw garlic, ginger, and scallion - but don't worry. Their flavors marry so well together and with the braised tofu that somehow the garlic tastes less breath damaging, the ginger less biting, and the scallion less like...well...a scallion. Many times I even end up just eating the garlic ginger scallion topping by itself because it's so lip-smacking tasty!
On the serving plate, it's the perfect combo of juicy tofu, soy sauce, and sweet thinly sliced garlic, ginger, scallion, and red pepper. Not only is this my favorite Korean dish from the cooking class, it's also the most appetizing. As they say, we eat with our eyes first. And as soon as you see this dish, your eyes will be stuffing themselves silly! Before I say any more that might possibly bore you out of trying this - here's the recipe:
Braised Tofu
1 pack firm tofu
2 Tbsp starch
1 tsp salt
2 Tbsp vegetable oil
¼ oz peeled ginger
¼ oz peeled garlic
¼ oz scallion
¼ oz cleaned red pepper
3 Tbsp soy sauce
1 Tbsp cooking wine
1 Tbsp sugar
1 Tbsp rice wine
Cut tofu in half (not lengthwise) and then into ½ inch thick square slices. Pat tofu dry with paper towel. Sprinkle salt over one side. Coat all sides in starch and shake off the excess. Heat oil in a skillet and add tofu. Cook on both sides until golden brown. Turn off the stove. Julienne ginger, garlic, scallion, and red pepper. Mix soy sauce, cooking wine, sugar, and rice wine - this is for the sauce. Sprinkle the julienne ginger, garlic, scallion, and red pepper evenly over the tofu in the pan and pour in the sauce. Cook the tofu in the skillet over medium heat for 2 minutes. And enjoy!
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Monday, March 18, 2013

Nutrition and bone health. Soybean and soy foods, and bone health

 Posted by Chantel M. research contributed  US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health   
According to the study by Faculty of Health and Welfare Science, Okayama Prefectural University, posted in PubMed, Soybean and various types of soy products, such as natto, tofu, miso, and soy sauce, have long been consumed in Japan. Soybean, a rich source of plant proteins, contains a relatively high amount of calcium as well as being an important source of isoflavones, a group of substances whose chemical structure is similar to that of estrogen. Natto, fermented soybeans, contains vitamin K, which is involved in the activation of osteocalcin. For bone health and osteoporosis prevention in Japanese, it is thus beneficial to consume adequate amounts of soybean and soy products on a daily basis.

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Sunday, March 17, 2013

Korean fermented red pepper plus soybean paste, improves glucose homeostasis

Posted by Chantel M. research contributed  US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health   
In the study to examine whether kochujang affected insulin secretion from beta-cells and/or peripheral insulin resistance in 90% pancreatectomized diabetic rats fed high-fat diets, posted in PubMed, showed that the combination of red pepper and fermented soybeans in kochujang improves glucose homeostasis by reducing insulin resistance, not by enhancing beta-cell function, in diabetic rats. The improvement is associated with decreased hepatic fat storage by the activation of adenosine monophosphate kinase.

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Saturday, March 16, 2013

Antidiabetic effects of fermented soybean products on type 2 diabetes

 Posted by Chantel M. research contributed  US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health   
In the review of the existing evidence from animal studies and clinical and epidemiologic investigations on fermented soybeans in the prevention and treatment of type 2 diabetese posted in PubMed,  researchers showed that Korean fermented soybean products such as doenjang, kochujang, and chungkookjang contain alterations in the structures and content of isoflavonoids and small bioactive peptides, which are produced during fermentation. Several studies revealed improvements in insulin resistance and insulin secretion with the consumption of these fermented products.

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Friday, March 15, 2013

Healthy Delicious Breakfast Recipes

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Most of us want to prepare nutritious food for our families but time is frequently an issue early morning and we end up compromising on healthy meal. In this article I will lay down some easy but nutritious breakfast ideas that you can easily prepare within ten minutes.
Soy milk and cereals
Soy milk and cereal is a very nutritious blend, particularly soy milk which contains a lot of proteins. Cereals which are devoid of surplus fructose and loaded in fiber are ideal. Try to avoid pre-sweetened cereal. In its place you could surely add up organic sugar over plain cereal.
Whole wheat toast and natural peanut butter
A meal high in fiber and good carbohydrates is best to start the day and whole-wheat toast is one such dish. This dish can be a hit with children as majority of children like butter. Butter that is free of hydrogenated oil is preferred, ex- natural peanut butter. Stir some fresh peanut butter and lay it on toast, include some fruits and you've got a healthy morning meal that is both tasty and easy to prepare.
Yogurt and fruit
Fresh fruits and vanilla yogurt will make for a nutritious and enjoyable breakfast. Thaw a handful of frozen berries in a microwave and drop them on the yogurt. You could also opt to include melons, bananas etc. Sesame seeds and walnuts can be added into the mix.
Breakfast smoothie
If you're not knowledgeable about preparing smoothie and desire to attempt preparing it for the first time you might want a bit of help. Here I am going to show you how one will be able to make it simple and tasty. What you generally require are a few ice cubes, some juice, yogurt and fruits according to your choice and combine it in a blender. If you want to improve the nourishment in the drink then you can even put in a bit of spinach or celery. To make your smoothie more appealing, experiment with different combos of flavors and make your very own variation of smoothie.
Home baked goods
Usually the muffins and donuts that you have for breakfast are not good for you.However don't be depressed. You can dig on the healthy version of muffin recipes. Instead of some fat and sugar you can use apple sauce and wheat flour. Take some time and try bake something healthy for your family. It's a good thought to take in children. They can learn to cook healthy at the same time enjoying munching on their favorite bite.
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Thursday, March 14, 2013

Anticancer and antimetastatic properties of doenjang

Posted by Chantel M. research contributed by US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health 
Fermented soy foods, such as doenjang, are important components of the Korean diet.  
In the study to assess the effects of methanol extracts from doenjang prepared with long-term fermentation on tumor formation, natural killer cell activity in spleen, and glutathione S-transferase activity in liver in sarcoma-180 cell-transplanted mice, posted in PubMed, showed that doenjang fermented for 24 mo exhibited a two- to three-fold increase in antitumor effects on sarcoma-180-injected mice and antimetastatic effects in colon 26-M 3.1 cells in mice compared with the 3- or 6-mo fermented doenjang. The 24-mo fermentation was the most effective in preventing cancer by decreasing tumor formation and increasing natural killer cell activity in spleens and glutathione S-transferase activity in livers of mice.

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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Healthy Delicious Breakfast Recipes

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Most of us want to prepare nutritious food for our families but time is frequently an issue early morning and we end up compromising on healthy meal. In this article I will lay down some easy but nutritious breakfast ideas that you can easily prepare within ten minutes.
Soy milk and cereals
Soy milk and cereal is a very nutritious blend, particularly soy milk which contains a lot of proteins. Cereals which are devoid of surplus fructose and loaded in fiber are ideal. Try to avoid pre-sweetened cereal. In its place you could surely add up organic sugar over plain cereal.
Whole wheat toast and natural peanut butter
A meal high in fiber and good carbohydrates is best to start the day and whole-wheat toast is one such dish. This dish can be a hit with children as majority of children like butter. Butter that is free of hydrogenated oil is preferred, ex- natural peanut butter. Stir some fresh peanut butter and lay it on toast, include some fruits and you've got a healthy morning meal that is both tasty and easy to prepare.
Yogurt and fruit
Fresh fruits and vanilla yogurt will make for a nutritious and enjoyable breakfast. Thaw a handful of frozen berries in a microwave and drop them on the yogurt. You could also opt to include melons, bananas etc. Sesame seeds and walnuts can be added into the mix.
Breakfast smoothie
If you're not knowledgeable about preparing smoothie and desire to attempt preparing it for the first time you might want a bit of help. Here I am going to show you how one will be able to make it simple and tasty. What you generally require are a few ice cubes, some juice, yogurt and fruits according to your choice and combine it in a blender. If you want to improve the nourishment in the drink then you can even put in a bit of spinach or celery. To make your smoothie more appealing, experiment with different combos of flavors and make your very own variation of smoothie.
Home baked goods
Usually the muffins and donuts that you have for breakfast are not good for you.However don't be depressed. You can dig on the healthy version of muffin recipes. Instead of some fat and sugar you can use apple sauce and wheat flour. Take some time and try bake something healthy for your family. It's a good thought to take in children. They can learn to cook healthy at the same time enjoying munching on their favorite bite.
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Monday, March 11, 2013

Protein - Is Soy an Excellent Source of Protein for Health and Weight Loss Programs?

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How much protein does your body need on a daily basis? There is no one size fits all answer. The Institute of Medicine recommends that adults get a minimum of 0.8 grams of protein for every kilogram of body weight per day. That is approximately 64 grams of protein for an adult that weighs 160 pounds.
Protein is in almost every body part including muscle, bone, skin and hair.
The human body needs approximately 20 different amino acids in order to synthesize proteins. The human body makes more than half of these amino acids on its own, while the remaining amino acids are not and cannot be produced by the body on its own, so they need to be supplied by eating foods that contain them.
Soy protein is considered a complete protein because it has all the essential amino acids the human body requires. The body does not store amino acids like it does fat and carbohydrates. So it needs to be replenished daily with food that contains the 9 essential amino acids that the human body requires and does not produce on its own.
Protein is very important to your overall health and can play an important role in a weight loss program. The body needs protein to maintain or build lean muscle mass.
Protein comes from either animal or vegetable sources. Soy protein is an excellent source for various reasons.
  • Contains all of the essential amino acids required for optimum health
  • Provides fiber, iron and naturally occurring ALA omega 3 fatty acids.
  • Low or no saturated fat
  • Cholesterol-free
  • Helps hunger control by feeling fuller
The popularity of soy protein has increased over the last several years, mainly because of its health benefits.
The FDA granted this health claim for soy protein: "25 grams of soy protein a day, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease."
Soy protein isolate is the most refined form of soy protein. Isolate soy protein is a healthy base for meal replacement shakes and protein drinks.
Having a protein base meal replacement shake as part of a weight loss program is essential for getting your daily protein requirement. When evaluating a meal replacement shake, make sure it contains protein, vitamins and fiber. Also as important, make sure it has 0 trans-fat and saturated-fat.
It's important to pay attention to what comes along with the protein in your food choices.
While a 6-ounce broiled porterhouse steak is a good source of protein -38 grams worth, it also gives you 44 grams of fat, which 16 of them are saturated.
Protein mixes and drinks are another great way to add protein into your diet. Some of these products are designed to be added to other foods, while others are actually instant protein drink mixes.
One of the benefits of protein for a weight loss program is that it helps you feel fuller longer, which is a good way to help control hunger and reduce calorie intake. Protein drinks are great snacks between meals to help control hunger while supplying the essential protein needed to maintain a healthy body.
If you are into an exercise program or lifting weights to build muscle mass, a post work-out protein drink is a good way to help replenish the tissue and cells that are exhausted during the work-out.
This article is not intended to be medical advice. Always consult a doctor before starting any product, weight loss program or exercise program.
Protein is a criticial part of the daily diet. Just as important is what else comes with the source of the protein. Most aminal protein has higher amounts of saturates fats. Make sure it is low if any trans-fats, cholesterol and contains the 9 essential amino acids that your body needs and cannot product on its own.
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