Categoría: International review

Red meat and cancer. Evolutive hypothesis

Time ago some researches linked the high intake of red meat to a higher risk of metabolic, cardiovascular  and cancer disease. Regarding cancer some hypothesis have suggested that some factors such as the great among in iron, and saturated fatty acid can influence this situation. However the consumption of chicken and turkey is not linked […]

Dr. Ramón de Cangas
gut microbiota

About the gut microbiota

In this post, i would like to talk about the gut microbiota. The gut microbiota has been linked with a lot of issues  of our heath such as neurocognitive pathologies like Parkinson or Alzheimer and cardiovascular and metabolic pathologies. The gut microbiota has linked too with the immune system and with the risk of some […]

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frutos rojos

Red fruit

In this post i would like to talk about the red fruits. Since a lot of years we know that this type of fruit is rich in Vitamin C and antioxidants such as polyphenols like resveratrol. For this reason in the past and even currently some health professionals recommend the consumption of red fruit because […]

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About the sources of antioxidants

There is a lot of evidence that links a diet rich in antioxidants with differents phisiological benefits in our organism. For this reason in the past some investigators propòsed that including antioxidants supplements in our diet can be positive to prevent some crhonic pathologies like cancer, cardiovascular deseases, diabetes type 2 etc… Nevertheless some investigations […]

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pescado azul

About blue fish

In this post i would like to talk about the blue fish. It is recommeded to consume fish several times per week , bouth white fish and blue fish. The fish is a good source of a high quiality protein and is a good source of group B vitamins and some minerals like oiodo or […]

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Cáncer de mama

The miracle diets

In this post i would like to talk about the miracle diets that are usually carried out after Christmas. It is usual that during this dates the people gain some kilogramos and increase their body fat. After this period, the people want to lose this weight quickly but it is not a good idea because […]

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platano manzana

About Veganism

In this post i would like to tell you my opinion about veganism. There is enough scientific evidence to say that increasing the intake of vegetables, fruits, legumes, whole grains, nuts…can reduce the risk of some chronic pathologies like some types of cancer, diabetes type 2, cardiovascular pathotology, high blood levels of cholesterol and tryglicerides […]

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The sources of calcium

In this post i would like to talk about the sources of calcium. The calcium intake is important not just for our bone health but also for our cardiometabolic and cardiovascular health and too for the maintenance of our weight. We can think that it is not importat the type of source of the calcium […]

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alimentos frescos

The vegetables intake / Consumo de verduras

In this post i would like to talk about the importance of the comsuption of vegetables and fruits. The latest research has proved that including this type of food in our diet give us some advantages for our organism. A lot of investigations conclude that when we intake a diet rich in vegetables and fruits,  […]

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Cinnamon / canela

The consumption of cinnamon is especially healthy for our organism. The latest scientific evidence suggest that the intake from one gram to three grams of cinnamon per day  can reduce the high levels of LDL-Cholesterol, Glucose and Triglycerides and can increase the levels of HDL-Cholesterol. Therefore the daily intake of cinnamon is very interesting to […]

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