Goat Milk As A Substitute For Cow Milk

Tuesday, 26 August 2014 0 comments


Some food products like yoghurt, cheese and milk powder, are made from goat milk. Other than cow, goat also is a main supplier of dairy and meat products. The demand of goat milk is increasing because of the growing population of people. The old says “goat being the cow of the poor people” could be relevant to people with low economy status due to the price is cheaper than cow. The increasing demand of goat milk in many developed countries is because of the increasing production of yoghurt and cheese. Some people prefer goat milk instead of cow milk. This is because cow milk can cause allergy and gastrointestinal problems to some people.
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Cholesterol and Exercise

Friday, 15 August 2014 0 comments


What are the tricks to reduce cholesterol? When we are talking about cholesterol, we have to know that there are two main types of cholesterol; bad cholesterol and good cholesterol. We are hoping that bad cholesterol will be reduced and good cholesterol will be increased. Instead of healthy eating, exercise can be a vital tool in lowering bad cholesterol. There are many ways of exercise such as walking, jogging, running, swimming, biking and yoga which appear to give impact in lowering bad cholesterol.
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Mangosteen

Sunday, 10 August 2014 0 comments


Mangosteen is a queen of fruit. In Malaysia, mangosteen is called manggis. The mangosteen consists of five to eight soft segmented fleshes. According to NutriWeb Malaysia, 3 big whole of mangosteen contain 33Kcal, 83.9g of water, 0.6g of protein, 1.0g of fat and 5.4g of carbohydrate. It can be eaten like other tropical fruit or made into juice. The juice consists of the whole fruit of the mangosteen pureed or combination with other fruit juice such as apple, blueberry, raspberry, cranberry, pear and strawberry.

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Healthy Gut For Infants and Children

Monday, 4 August 2014 0 comments


Gut microbiota is also known as gut flora which is microbe population living in intestine. There are more than trillions of microorganisms with at least 1000 different species. Few gut microbiota is common to most people and the rest is specific to individual. Diet has shown to affect the composition of gut microbiota composition. Different people have different composition of gut microbiota due to different diet.
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