Nutrition

Are you feeding your body properly? Sometimes diets leave us with nutritional deficiencies, which can translate into sickness, tiredness, and even certain disorders. We’ll teach you in this section what foods are the most nutritious and what diets and habits you should adopt to meet all of your needs.

The Best Food Sources of Vitamin B

You may have heard that vitamin B is very important for the human body. But do you actually know what the different vitamins are that comprise this group? Do you know what the best food sources are? Continue reading as…

Do Vitamins Provide Energy?

Vitamins are essential micronutrients that participate in a multitude of metabolic processes and which can provide energy. It’s necessary to guarantee their intake since a deficit can propitiate the appearance of diseases. Furthermore, they’re directly related to energy production. We…

What Science Says about Caffeine

There’s a lot of both public and scientific interest in the adverse health effects of the regular consumption of caffeinated beverages. Find out what science says about caffeine! The research hasn’t been totally conclusive. Only one cause-effect association related to…

Enzymes in Food: What Are They For?

Food enzymes are proteins that often have a digestive function. As a general rule, they are useful for improving the processes of decomposition and the absorption of nutrients. In fact, there are several foods rich in enzymes that are recommended…

The Effects of Omega 3 on the Brain

Have you heard of the effects of omega 3 on the brain? Omega 3 is a fatty acid that’s essential for our bodies and is present in bluefish, nuts, and vegetable oils. Also, you can obtain it via supplements. According…

Are You Really Eating Enough Fiber?

Fiber is an essential nutrient when we’re talking about your intestinal health. It’s closely related to your microbiota’s diversity and to the prevention of complex long and short term illnesses. In fact, getting enough of this nutrient can reduce your…

How Do Food Additives Affect Your Body?

The World Health Organization (WHO) defines food additives as substances added to foods to maintain or improve their safety, texture, freshness, flavor, or appearance. People have used some additives, like salt, for centuries. Many cultures have used salt throughout history to…