Reducing Cholesterol With Oats

Monday, 24 March 2014 0 comments


Cholesterol is important to our body but it should be at normal levels. If the level is too high, it becomes danger that puts us at very high risk of heart attack. The main functions of cholesterol are as part of making cell walls, producing vitamin D and making certain hormones.
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Roles And Responsibilities Of Sport Dietitians

Tuesday, 18 March 2014 0 comments



Since 1989, the Center for Sport Nutrition at the National Sports Institute of Malaysia (Institut Sukan Negara Malaysia) has expanded its roles and functions in terms of providing appropriate nutritional advice to athletes. Nutrition is very important to every athlete. All athletes from different sports require dissimilar energy and nutrients based on their respective sports. Here are the roles and responsibilities of sport dietitians:
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Goals of Sport Nutrition

Friday, 14 March 2014 0 comments

Sport dietitian is a person who provides daily individual or group nutrition counseling and education to enhance the athletes’ performance. He or she uses the latest scientific evidence as part of counseling session, provides particular and specific food services for coaches and trainers as well as offers sports nutrition education to athletes and interested community.
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Oregano in Food

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Oregano is a superb herb with many health benefits and a very flavorful herb that is used in culinary especially in Italian cooking. The scientific name of oregano is Origanum vulgare. It is also known as Suganda (Tagalong), Torongli de Limon (Spanish) and Zuo shou xiang (Chinese). Traditionally, oregano is used as herbal remedy for skin burns, cuts and bruises. The minty flavor from oregano is used for treating sore throat, asthma, colds, flu and cough.
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Diet Tips for International Women’s Day

Saturday, 8 March 2014 0 comments


It is 8th March, Happy International Women’s Day to all women in this world and it is the time to inspire them and celebrate their achievement. By the way, women need to maintain healthy and beautiful body by eating the right food. Women have different daily nutritional requirement to men. Usually, men need more calories compared to women. Here are 3 important nutrition tips for women just to let them be more gorgeous and attractive to celebrate their inspiring International Women’s Day. 
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Glycemic Index (GI) for Hyperglycemia

Tuesday, 4 March 2014 0 comments

High blood sugar is much known as hyperglycemia. It is a condition of too little insulin or inefficient use of insulin in the body. The 3 most common symptoms of hyperglycemia are frequent thirst (polydipsia), frequent urination (polyuria) and hungry often (polyphagia). Long term of hyperglycemia can cause heart problems, blurred vision, blindness, nerves damage and kidney problems. It should be treated as soon as possible before complications happen among people with diabetes.

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