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More On Nutrients
Do you know that nutrients are important to us? Nutrients perform specific functions in the nourishment of the body. Right!!!! Of major importance are supplying the body with the necessary calories for energy and ensuring the continuity of the vital functions. Nutrients include protein, carbohydrate, fat, minerals, vitamins and water. So to keep my promises to you, Dr Chef will elaborate more on this issue.
Taste and Aroma: The substances which stimulate the perception of taste and aroma are not vitally necessary from the nutritional standpoint; on the other hand, they are necessary for increasing the appetite and for stimulating the digestive glands.
Fiber is necessary as a preventive measure for a wide range of disease processes.
Diet is the food consumed daily by an individual or group with an emphasis on nutrient content.
Modified diets: Special regimens prescribed as measures for prevention, control and or treatment of certain disease states.
The factors above are important for maintenance of health in the human body. Daily consumption of minimum servings of important food groups and recommended allowances for essential nutrients provides the basis for balance nutrition. Other factors such as food preparation procedures affect the nutritive value of food.
There are lots of supplement food and beverages that we can find everywhere in the market nowadays. It can be found in the form of tablets, tea or coffee, powder or injection (Vitamins). DO make sure that you don’t take unnecessary supplement because this will affect your healthiness.
TIP OF THE DAY
Normally, bean sprout are easier to be blistered/smelly, so to avoid this, put it in a container soak with water (1kg bean sprout) and add one or two spoonful of vinegar. This will make it last longer and crispy.…….
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