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How many of us eat distracted with the TV, a book or the mobile? If you are trying to lose weight, turn off the TV while eating. An analysis by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, which reviewed twenty-four studies examining the effects of multitasking on meals, showed that if another task is being done while eating more calories are ingested than if you are watching eating.

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In this article we bring you an attractive infographic about the calorie guide. In a graphic and striking way it shows what has already been commented here a thousand times, so it is nothing new. The infographic briefly summarizes how much energy each macronutrient has (carbohydrates, proteins and fats); "recommended" intake percentages; why these macronutrients are necessary, how our body uses them and where they are obtained, all quite simply.

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In a study carried out over four years, an improvement in the health of older women was obtained, taking care of four aspects of their diet. These four aspects refer to reducing desserts, sugary drinks, cheeses and meats and increasing fruits and vegetables. Taking care of these food groups, older women managed to maintain their health status.

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Research published in the Journal of Adolescent Health has resulted in eating at regular intervals allowing teens to stay thinner, even without physical exercise. Apparently, these researchers point out that teenagers who eat more than four meals a day and eat at regular intervals more easily maintain a healthy weight.

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Last Saturday, I had the pleasure of being invited to dinner by a fellow faculty member who had just arrived from a two-year scholarship in Hong Kong in which he has become a first-time student of oriental culture, including culinary culture of course. When I got home I saw with horror and panic I was about to go out the window to see that in the menu that awaited me, the seaweed had a leading role.

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Tau Cerámica, through its Tau Advanced Creativity Forum and thanks to the work of the Barcelona inventor Pep Torres, presented DIET FLOOR, the intelligent soil that helps dieting. It is an idea that makes you a friend in the kitchen that helps you not forget your personal commitment to dieting.

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Phytic Acid is a naturally occurring substance that is very beneficial for our body, say scientists at the University of the Balearic Islands, who have spent many years studying its properties. Since our body does not synthesize it, we can only obtain it through feeding through cereals, especially whole grains, legumes (chickpeas, lentils, soybeans, beans), dried fruits (peanuts, almonds, walnuts, hazelnuts, cashews ) and seeds (sesame, flax, pumpkin, poppy).

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There is palpable evidence, life expectancy has increased markedly during the last 50 years and it seems that the upward trend continues, some of the causes are new scientific discoveries, greater knowledge of food or a greater conception of the importance of hygiene among others, combined with exercise and a healthy lifestyle.

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And the matter takes us in full "Operation Bikini", with people desperate to lose in just one month the accumulated in seven. Solution? Miracle diets, miracle products, miracle exercises… And disappointment when you arrive in June. Although it is true that there are products that can help with fat loss, from here we want to remember some of the false myths in which many still fall each year by these dates: -The reducing belts (or neoprene products) make you lose water, NEVER FAT.

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