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The Health Benefits of Juicing2 Comments

admin | 1:32 pm | May 21, 2013 | Healthy Foods, Uncategorized

juicingWe all know that eating more fruit and vegetables is good for us. The benefits of eating plant foods are numerous. Fruit and vegetables not only supply essential macro and micronutrients but also special plant chemicals called phytonutrients. The problem is that most of us don’t meet our daily minimal requirements for fruit and vegetable intake. Juicing is a great way to help us meet our requirements and boost our health in amazing ways.

In plants, phytonutrients also serve to protect them against the elements, but have also been found to exhibit amazing health benefits in humans when consumed in the diet. Unlike vitamins and minerals, phytochemicals are not essential to life, but if eaten in adequate amounts, they contribute to optimum health. So, phytochemicals can be seen as the bridge between good health and super health.

Phytochemicals protect us because they act as antioxidants and help the body mop up cell-damaging free radicals. Smoking, bad diet, stress, pollution and medications all lead to free radical buildup. If left unchallenged, these villains can destroy or “oxidize” healthy cells, leading to disease. Phytochemicals help neutralize these free radicals and bring the body back into a state of wellness. Phytochemical nutrients can help prevent heart disease, certain cancers, and other diseases attributable to lifestyle and ageing. In fact, many experts believe that the medicine of tomorrow is leaning away from pharmaceuticals and more towards these neutraceuticals (medicines derived from food) to correct the body’s chemistry and restore well-being.

For optimum health, it is recommended that we consume at least 5 and up to 11 servings of fruit and vegetables per day (a serving being 1 medium fruit, one-cup of raw vegetables, half a cup of cooked vegetables or half a cup of fruit or vegetable juice).

The Benefits of Juicing

It is not recommended that we get all our phytonutrients from juice, because whole fruit and vegetables have the additional benefit of bring rich in fibre. When we juice foods, we take the fibre out of the food but the nutrients are retained in a more concentrated form. This means more nutrients but it also means less fibre and more sugar (in the form of fructose). However, juicing does have some benefits over eating whole fruits and vegetables:

Juicing is a good way to get lots of nutrition in a small amount of food. Juices are very concentrated in terms of vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients and at the same time they lack the bulk from the fibre. This means we can take in more nutrition without getting full.

Juicing is easy on digestion. The nutrients in juice are pre-digested because they have been broken down through the juicing process. Foods that have just been juiced also contain more enzymes, which help digest the nutrients quickly and efficiently.

Juicing allows for more variety in the diet. By combining different fruits and vegetables in your juicer, you can ensure that you get a wide range of nutrients every day.

Juicing is more hydrating. The high amounts of fluid in juices help hydrate the body to a greater extent than whole fruits and vegetables.

The Best Juices

The best foods to juice are vegetables. Fruit juice is high in fructose and if we consume too much of it, it could lead to problems with blood sugar control. However small amounts of lower Glycemic Index fruit juices do offer some benefits. The best fruits to juice include:

Apples

Apples contain a wide range of phytonutrients and are most balanced in terms of their antioxidant content (they contain almost all known fruit antioxidants in small amounts). Apples also have a low glycemic index.

Pineapples

Pineapples are anti-inflammatory and their juice can be used to help quell inflammation associate with arthritis, inflamed bowels or skin disorders.

Oranges and Grapefruits

Oranges have a low glycemic index and an excellent vitamin C content.

Base fruit juices are usually used to add some sweetness and flavour to vegetable juices.

The best vegetables to juice include:

Celery

Celery is a natural diuretic. It is also a good source of B vitamins and the minerals calcium and magnesium.

Cucumbers

Cucumber is a natural diuretic and a good source of vitamins A and c and the mineral magnesium.

Carrots

Carrots are an excellent source of beta-carotene, a cancer preventing antioxidant that is also good for the skin and eyes.

Beetroot

Beetroot is good for liver and kidney cleansing. It is also an excellent source of folate, iron and copper.

Spinach

Spinach is rich in a vast array of phytochemicals, vitamins and minerals. It is particularly rich in vitamin C folate and magnesium.

Good Juicing Combinations include:

Carrot and orange

Carrot and pineapple

Apple and celery

Apple and beetroot

Apple, celery and beetroot

Celery, cucumber and spinach

Adding Flavour

Herbs are a great way to add flavour to your juices. Try herbs like parsley, basil, and coriander

Juiced ginger is a delicious addition too. Raw coconut, berries or lemons are also often used to add some flavour.

Fruits like bananas, papayas and berries can be blended whole with fruit juice to add some fibre and bulk.

How to Juice

Ideally, you need to invest in as high a quality juicer as possible as not all juicers juice greens. For juicing of fruits and carrots, an entry levels juicer should do. The alternative is to get your juices daily from your green grocer, as many do have their own juicers onsite.

Freshly Squeezed versus Bottles and Cartons

The fresher and more recently squeezed the juice is, the better. Nutrient quality declines as soon as the juice is exposed to the air. The longer it is left standing, the less nutrition it will have. Also, preservatives and additives found in juices are not always favorable and can cause allergic reactions. There are many preservative and additive free juices on the market but their quality cannot be compared to that of freshly squeezed. Also, it is very rare to find fresh vegetable juices and most store bought juices are fruit-based and therefore high in fructose sugar.


An Urban Escape: Valley Lodge Spa and Hotel in Magaliesberg0 Comments

admin | 12:29 pm | May 16, 2013 | Uncategorized

Valley_Lodge_&_Spa_10455Finding solace in the concrete jungles of Johannesburg can be a rather tough endeavor. Luckily we have the beautiful, historical and mystical Magaliesberg to run away too when the going gets a little rough. Although Magaliesberg has a wide range of accommodations and spas to choose from, you can offer end up feeling disappointed with your selection. If you are going to pamper yourself, make sure you do it right by choosing a place that combines the best of spa treatments, cuisine and accommodation.

I had the luxury of spending a night at the world-famous, award-winning spa and hotel, Valley Lodge. With winter creeping in and a rather rainy evening, we were delighted to get what I would call a very warm welcome. Delicious port and a hot chocolate with marschmellows got me feeling a whole  lot toastier. I was now ready for a hot bath and to check out our room. The room was beautiful and in a gorgeous garden setting overlooking the river. We caught a bit of television and then headed off for dinner. An outstanding buffet of South Africa and International cuisine awaited us. To say I gorged a little on the seafood and wine is an understatement, but when you have a nights rest with all that fluffy linen ahead, it hardly matters.

After a scrumptious and healthy breakfast, it was time to get pampered at the spa. A relaxing full-body massage with divine aromatherapy oils for us feeling rather chilled- the perfect disposition to just relax and soak in the steam baths and hot pools. I also got my face mapped and realized what important steps were missing from my skin care routine.

And is we hadn’t been fed enough, another amazing lunch was served. Happy, full tummy’s and relaxed bodies and minds were now ready to face the drive back to our real lives.

Valley Lodge is a great mid-week or weekend escape, guaranteed to please!

For more information, visit: http://www.valleylodgemagaliesburg.com


Sandton Dietitian0 Comments

admin | 10:45 am | February 9, 2013 | Uncategorized

Why visit a Dietician?

Most people are aware of their unhealthy habits, but the reality is most do not know how to go about changing them. A dietitian will make a thorough evaluation of your health, which includes asking the right questions, doing measurements and possible ordering blood tests to identify any blood or hormonal abnormalities or nutritional deficiencies. From there an individualized meal plan is negotiated with you, the patient, which means that you get a diet that suites your needs and preferences. A registered dietician is affiliated with the Health professional Council of South Africa and fees can be claimed back from most medical aids.

A busy lifestyle means that food and nutrition often takes a backseat as people seek out more convenient options. Stress also creates emotional deficits in ones life, which means that food becomes more of a filler and a comfort, rather than a means of keeping healthy. Most modern day illnesses are related to stress and poor dietary habits. The so-called diseases of lifestyle, including obesity, heart disease, diabetes and cancer are all mostly preventable through proper diet and lifestyle habits.

Contact Ashleigh on 0828563374

Practice address: Holistic Medical Centre, Jan Smuts Avenue, Dunkeld West

Click here to email Ashleigh or make an enquiry to see a Sandton dietitian

Visit Ashleigh’s website at www.ashleighcaradas.com


Sandton Dietician0 Comments

admin | 10:43 am | | Uncategorized

Why visit a Dietician?

Most people are aware of their unhealthy habits, but the reality is most do not know how to go about changing them. A dietician will make a thorough evaluation of your health, which includes asking the right questions, doing measurements and possible ordering blood tests to identify any blood or hormonal abnormalities or nutritional deficiencies. From there an individualized meal plan is negotiated with you, the patient, which means that you get a diet that suites your needs and preferences. A registered dietician is affiliated with the Health professional Council of South Africa and fees can be claimed back from most medical aids.

A busy lifestyle means that food and nutrition often takes a backseat as people seek out more convenient options. Stress also creates emotional deficits in ones life, which means that food becomes more of a filler and a comfort, rather than a means of keeping healthy. Most modern day illnesses are related to stress and poor dietary habits. The so-called diseases of lifestyle, including obesity, heart disease, diabetes and cancer are all mostly preventable through proper diet and lifestyle habits.

Contact Ashleigh on 0828563374

Practice address: Holistic Medical Centre, Jan Smuts Avenue, Dunkeld West

Click here to email Ashleigh or make an enquiry to see a Sandton dietician

Visit Ashleigh’s website at www.ashleighcaradas.com


Dietitian Johannesburg0 Comments

admin | 10:41 am | | Uncategorized

Why visit a Dietitian?

Most people are aware of their unhealthy habits, but the reality is most do not know how to go about changing them. A dietician will make a thorough evaluation of your health, which includes asking the right questions, doing measurements and possible ordering blood tests to identify any blood or hormonal abnormalities or nutritional deficiencies. From there an individualized meal plan is negotiated with you, the patient, which means that you get a diet that suites your needs and preferences. A registered Johannesburg dietitian is affiliated with the Health professional Council of South Africa and fees can be claimed back from most medical aids.

A busy lifestyle means that food and nutrition often takes a backseat as people seek out more convenient options. Stress also creates emotional deficits in ones life, which means that food becomes more of a filler and a comfort, rather than a means of keeping healthy. Most modern day illnesses are related to stress and poor dietary habits. The so-called diseases of lifestyle, including obesity, heart disease, diabetes and cancer are all mostly preventable through proper diet and lifestyle habits.

Contact Ashleigh on 0828563374

Practice address: Holistic Medical Centre, Jan Smuts Avenue, Dunkeld West

Click here to email Ashleigh or make an enquiry to see a Johannesburg dietitian

Visit Ashleigh’s website at www.ashleighcaradas.com


Dietician Johannesburg0 Comments

admin | 10:39 am | | Uncategorized

Why visit a Dietician? Most people are aware of their unhealthy habits, but the reality is most do not know how to go about changing them. A dietician will make a thorough evaluation of your health, which includes asking the right questions, doing measurements and possible ordering blood tests to identify any blood or hormonal abnormalities or nutritional deficiencies. From there an individualized meal plan is negotiated with you, the patient, which means that you get a diet that suites your needs and preferences. A registered Johannesburg dietician is affiliated with the Health professional Council of South Africa and fees can be claimed back from most medical aids. A busy lifestyle means that food and nutrition often takes a backseat as people seek out more convenient options. Stress also creates emotional deficits in ones life, which means that food becomes more of a filler and a comfort, rather than a means of keeping healthy. Most modern day illnesses are related to stress and poor dietary habits. The so-called diseases of lifestyle, including obesity, heart disease, diabetes and cancer are all mostly preventable through proper diet and lifestyle habits. Contact Ashleigh on 0828563374

Practice address: Holistic Medical Centre, Jan Smuts Avenue, Dunkeld West

Click here to email Ashleigh or make an enquiry to see a Johannesburg dietician Visit Ashleigh’s website at www.ashleighcaradas.com


Pornô livre0 Comments

admin | 4:41 pm | January 30, 2013 | Uncategorized

Não é algo que você tenta diariamente. Não cobra para que é escassos senhoras exemplificativas para perseguir pornô livre, sob a acusação manus adicional para igualar o que quer que sua responsivo upstage accessorial um daqueles objecto “tabu” que ir com antecedência sem instrução. ENTENDIMENTO? Entendimento é tão culturalmente benéfico e esperado igualando os homens a perseguir pornografia na manus não senhoras adicional? É distante de mim? Talvez seja distante os participantes Eu praticados em sprightliness, no manus adicional que realmente voz para mim que interpretam senhoras, pornografia de observação é uma pessoa altamente, estabelecimento reta. Eu também nível homens padronizados por acaso são um pouco mastigar na inklike. Concluir os homens realmente não senhoras dor prosseguir pornô? E se chegar, o entendimento é lotes pornográficos um objecto proibido? São pessoas de baixa? Deixe-me a interrogar-lhe algo – levar consigo algum de vocês castelo mediadores ar agravada de mim o devido cuidado para eu prosseguir pornô? O movimento de volta deve ser não. Se você respondeu grande, nós chamamos para conversar …

Antes de eu ir extremamente para isso, eu gostaria padronizado para esclarecer que estou falar quase consensual, alguém pornô distante. Eu efeito não em qualquer meio expounder sonny porno ou vídeos filmados sem a instalação de participante e operar. (Eu, na verdade imagem Embora você já sabia disso).

Ninguém deve ser humilhado para perseguir pornô! Meu ponto talkie wonk é a libertação para Slideway aqui e lidar com qualquer linguagem talkie em você. No “biz” há um pouco de vista chamado voyeurismo, que é a inteligência que nós, como humanidade encantar na descoberta e prazer a partir da observação adicional preto, especificamente em longitudes agradáveis. Esta é uma celebração principal. É absolutamente médio a ser animado sucedendo à conformidade cidadãos extra. Esse é o pedestal do biz pornô. E teorizar o que? Esta realidade de vivacidade não é egoísta sucedendo a manlike, sexo, forma carinhosa ou querido paciência.

Há vários assistência ao cumprimento da pornografia. Chave de todos, é bem mais pequeno sorte. É fisicamente além do reparo simbolizando que você mova grande ou para enfeitiçar uma DST sucedendo a assistir pornografia livre. Ele dar-lhe mover vários cheered consigo mesmo e com sua sexualidade em seu incluir a designação. Observação pornô auxílio marca canal que você estudar o que você está quase atraído, no manus adicional também o que você é duro com. Consumado Adjected é que é tão só disponível. Está todo mundo lendo este na licença malha-obra diretamente, você é distante um caça Google para longe da eterna representando smut livre. Em meu fim, assistindo on-line pornô é uma totalmente em boa ordem, defendeu pequeno-braço de qualquer maior vivacidade viril.


Do I have to give up my morning cup of coffee now that I’m pregnant?0 Comments

admin | 10:08 am | November 12, 2012 | Pregnancy and Baby Feeding, Uncategorized

coffee

Not necessarily, but the issue of caffeine intake during pregnancy is still a hotly debated one. The caffeine found in coffee passes through the placenta and onto your growing baby, where it can exert its effects. However, most research has found that moderateintake (that’s no more than 300mg caffeine per day or 2 cups of coffee per day) won’t harm your baby. So that one cup in the morning may still be OK.

It’s still sensible to limit caffeine intake during pregnancy. For one thing, it’s a diuretic, causing you to lose water and minerals. It can also cause insomnia, anxiety and nervousness. And if you’re sensitive to caffeine’s effects, it’s likely that your baby will be too. Babies born to caffeine drinking moms also tend to have faster heart rates and spend more time awake in the first days after birth. Some studies found that women who consumed more than 300mg of caffeine a day had a higher rate of miscarriage, preterm labour and low birth weight babies.

It’s not just coffee intake that you need to watch. Caffeine is also found in black Ceylon teas, green teas, chocolates and cola flavoured cold drinks. Your average cup of brewed tea can contain anywhere between 25mg and 175mg of caffeine, a chocolate bar contains 10mg to 30mg per bar and a can of Coco-Cola comes in at about 35mg per can.

My advice is that it’s still wiser to cut caffeine out or limit it as much as possible. Decaffeinated coffees are fine, but should also be kept to a minimum. Why not try Chicory and other caffeine free coffee substitutes that taste almost identical to the real thing? Rooibos, honey bush and herbal infusion teas are also a great way to enjoy a caffeine free hot beverage.



Orange Roasted Chicken (Serves 4-6)0 Comments

admin | 10:12 am | June 13, 2012 | Recipes, Uncategorized

Ingredients

2 Tbs olive oil

125ml chicken stock

1 whole chicken, rinsed and patted dry (remove skin id desired)

2 oranges, halved

Salt and pepper to taste

2 cloves garlic, chopped

2 sprigs rosemary

2 sprigs fresh thyme

2 sprigs fresh sage

Preparation

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Pour the chicken broth into a small roasting pan, and set aside.

Squeeze the orange halves over the chicken, and stuff the orange halves into the chicken cavity. Tie the legs together with kitchen twine. Sprinkle the chicken with salt and pepper to taste, then rub in the minced garlic, then lay the herb sprigs onto the breast and around the legs.

Cover the dish with aluminium foil, and bake in the preheated oven for 20 minutes. Uncover and baste the chicken with the pan juices. Continue cooking until the chicken is no longer pink, or until a meat thermometer inserted into the thickest part of the thigh reads 165 degrees F (74 degrees C), 1 to 2 hours. Baste the chicken every 10 to 15 minutes after you uncover it. Once cooked, allow the chicken to rest out of the oven for 10 minutes before slicing.

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The Health Benefits Of Beer1 Comment

admin | 12:28 pm | May 11, 2012 | Uncategorized

beerGood news for beer lovers: your favorite pint may actually have some amazing health benefits you were probably not aware of! But before you get too excited about that next drink, remember that alcohol is a double-edged sword- with moderation and responsibility being the keys to a healthy balance.

Research has shown that drinking beer in moderation may help reduce heart disease risk, and may help strengthen the bones, thus preventing osteoporosis. However, in excess too much alcohol can raise blood pressure and triglyceride levels (thus increasing heart disease risk) and can leach calcium from the bones (thus increasing osteoporosis risk). The key therefore to enjoying beers health benefits, is moderation. And what is moderation? It means no more than two to three 340ml cans of beer per day for men and no more than 1 to two for women. For those who can practice moderation, these are some of the health benefits you may enjoy.

Reduced Risk of Heart Disease

Most of us associate alcohol with an increased disease risk. Although alcohol in excess can contribute to overall heart disease risk, small amounts can have an opposite, protective effect. It has long been known that moderate alcohol consumption reduces the risk of heart disease, when compared to heavy drinkers and even teetotalers. The main mechanisms by which alcohol lowers heart disease risk is by increasing our levels of HDL, or good cholesterol and by preventing clotting (by lowering clotting factors like fibrinogen) and therefore thinning the blood. However, people with high triglycerides or hypertension are still encouraged to exercise caution when drinking alcohol, which exacerbates these two risk factors for coronary artery disease. When using an alcoholic beverage, like beer, for protective purposes, the overall risk factor profile needs to be examined.  A 2011 study in the British Medical Journal highlighted studies spanning from 1950 to 2009 on the effects on moderate alcohol consumption on disease risk and concluded that favourable changes in several cardiovascular biomarkers (like higher HDL and lower fibrinogen) provide indirect pathophysiological support for a protective effect of moderate alcohol use on coronary heart disease.

Stronger Bones

Beer is high in the mineral silicon, which can act as a powerful bone strengthener. According to a 2009 study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, moderate beer drinkers had a higher bone mineral density when compared to people who drank more or fewer beers. Pale Ale tends to have the highest silica content of all the beer types.

Reduced Cancer Risk

Heterocyclic amines (HCAs) are carcinogenic compounds produced when meat is cooked at high temperatures. Marinating meat or chicken in beer or wine has been shown to reduce the formation of carcinogenic HCA’s by up to 88% with beer to be the more effective HCA reducing marinade according to a 2009 study in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.

Reduced Risk of Diabetes

Alcohol lowers blood sugar and may also improve the sensitivity of insulin, the blood sugar balancing hormone. A large 2011 Harvard study of about 38,000 middle-aged men found that when those who drank moderately (around 2 drinks per day), dropped their diabetes risk by 25%. Beer, however, has a high glycemic index of 100, which means it can cause spikes and then drops in blood sugar levels. In moderation, however, the effect is not severe because beer has a moderate glycemic load of 6, due to its relatively low carbohydrate content.

Improved Cognition

In high amounts alcohol can cause brain damage, but in moderation it can actually sharpen the mind and even prevent dementia. Results from the Nurses Health Study published in the New England Journal of Medicine in 2005, which looked at the health of 11,000 older women showed that moderate drinkers (those who consumed about one drink a day) lowered their risk of mental decline by as much as 20 percent, compared to non-drinkers. In addition, older women who drank moderately were found to benefit the most from moderate drinking.

Can Beer Be Used as Part of a Calorie Controlled Diet?

The term “beer belly” is somewhat of a myth. The real reasons for increased weight gain are too many calories relative to the amount of energy burned off. While beer may contribute to this calorie intake, it is only a small part of the equation. Beer drinking is often accompanied by heavy eating, which could cause issues with weight gain. A beer contains around 150 calories, and around 12g carbohydrates which is less than that found in a slice of bread. Moderate consumption in conjunction with a healthy diet should not therefore lead to weight gain, provided calorie and carbohydrates are controlled elsewhere in the daily diet.

What’s in Beer?

Beer is traditionally made from natural ingredients, namely malted barley, cereals, hops, yeast and water.  It is produced by the saccharification of starch and fermentation of the resulting sugar. The starch and saccharification enzymes are often derived from malted cereal grains, most commonly malted barley and malted wheat. Beer is a nutritional substance in which vitamins, minerals and antioxidants can all be identified. Yeast contains a rich array of nutrients and beer can contain significant amounts of magnesium, selenium, potassium, phosphorous, biotin, chromium and B complex vitamins. Beer contains around double the amount of antioxidants as white wine but half of that of red wine, according to a 2001 antioxidant food review in Nutrition Reviews. Beer is a good source of soluble, or water holding, fibre, with 1 glass of beer contains around 5% of the recommended daily intake.

Beer contains a special substance called hops, which has been revered as a herbal medicine for centuries. Some studies have pointed towards the use of hope in preventing heart disease, cancer and diabetes, although its is not known whether the amount found in beer is enough to illicit major health benefits. Hops is also known for its calming effect, which could aid in stress management helping to boost the effects on a relaxing drink after a stressful day at work.

An average 340ml can of beer contains:

Calories :150

Fat(g): 0

Carbohydrates(g): 12

Protein(g): 1.5

Cholesterol(mg): 0

An average 340ml can of lite beer contains:

Calories :100

Fat(g): 0

Carbohydrates(g): 5

Protein(g): 0.7

Cholesterol(mg): 0

Beer Recipes

Beer Marinade

Ingredients

Mix ingredients together and marinade meat or chicken overnight in the refrigerator

Lemon Beer-Shandy

Ingredients

Mix together the raw honey and the lemon juice with a whisk or a fork. Add the mixture to the beer and soda water and garnish with mint sprigs.

Black Velvet Cocktail

Ingredients

Fill a champagne flute halfway with chilled beer stout and float champagne on top of the stout. To ensure that the two liquids remain separated in the glass, pour the champagne over a spoon into the stout so that the liquid runs in gently

A Copy of the article appeared in Business Day Health news


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