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Margarine Do you know what is the difference between butter and margarine? Many people use the term butter to refer interchangeably to the real butter and margarine. This confusion is due to that margarine is a relatively new product on the tables of our homes. In order to avoid this error so common it is important to know the differences between these two products. Butter is a product from cow's milk. I.e. it is a fat of animal origin and therefore is a saturated fat. Using a manual process of churning, gets the consistency and texture of this product. Unlike butter, margarine comes from vegetable oils either cotton, sunflower, soybean, Palm, etc. It is a vegetable fat. To make it it is necessary, first, refine vegetable oil where are removed fatty acids, phospholipids and some other components through processes of washing and neutralisation with chemicals including sodium lye. Once you get the refined oil is passed to the hardening process by a process called hydrogenation which consists of bombard oil with hydrogen at high pressure and high temperatures. After this procedure is newly obtains margarine. So now that you know the differences between one and another, which one is the healthiest? What should I eat? The only one that can be eaten is the butter. Margarine must not exist in the kitchen under any circumstances. The process of hydrogenation which suffers vegetable oil to become margarine produces trans fatty acids that are highly toxic and dangerous to our health. This fat is known in the world of food as fat hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated fat industry. These fatty acids are particularly dangerous for young children and women in gestation and lactation period. This does not happen with the butter since the process to obtain it does not involve any process chemical...
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Proper Consumption Adequate intake of protein helps to stabilize the hormonal disorder thus controlling anxiety and helps in weight loss. The protein is a macronutrient like carbs and fats, we could call it like the bricks of life or organic compound composed of 22 amino acids. Protein is necessary for: repairing tissue producing hormones and enzymes. Carry oxygen throughout the body via the blood. It must be between 10% and 35% of what they eat every day. Higher in men than in women. Important for: maintenance of muscle mass. It strengthens the immune system. It strengthens the heart. Protein and weight Control: helps control hunger and anxiety. Appetite control signal travels faster than any other macronutrient. It accelerates the metabolism at rest.Minimizing the rise and fall of sugar in the blood. Protein sources there are many sources of protein but contain fats. Protein of soy beans, nuts, and whole grains, are the best. It is very important to know the amount of protein that provide us with the food we eat on a daily basis and how much needs his body according to its weight. Below I give to know foods that can provide the proteins they need daily: 7 egg whites: 25 grs. 1 cup cheese (lean without salt): 28 grs. 6 oz. Yogurt (nonfat, sugar-free): 5 grs. 1 cup milk (if FAT): 10 Gr. meats: 3 oz. Chicken breast: 25 grs. 3 oz. Beef: 25 grs. 4 oz. Turkey ham: 18 Gr. fish: 4 oz. Tuna (in water): 27 grs. 3 oz.White fish: 25 to 31 grs. 4 oz. Seafood: 22 to 24 Gr. beans, lentils and grains: Cup lentils: 9 grs. Cup of black beans: 7 grs. quarter piece of Tofu: 7 grs. low calorie snacks It is not incorrect to get accustomed to eating between meals. It is...

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