Explore the health and wellbeing issues concerning bottled water, brain food and bread.
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A human being on average is made up of about 60% water among other things. So it makes sense that the health conscious among this would take care to drink the recommended two letters per day. But the question remains, where is the best water come from, the bottle or the tap? According to McCory University Studies, bottled water is no more nutritious or pure than tap water. In fact, 40% of the brands out there are filtered tap water and unfortunately we maybe creating an unhealthy environment thanks to all of that petroleum derive to plastic packaging. Some people have puzzle to a sparkling mineral water with that meal, this waters have traveled through many layers of rock picking up high levels of calcium, magnesium and potassium along the way. Just be aware of the sodium content it might be a little too high to drink everyday. There are some good points about bottled spring water at least you don’t get the horrible taste of chlorine whenever you take a sip. But there is some question about the bacteria that forms in bottled water after long storage. Nobody is completely sure of the impact of these microbial will have on long term health. Water, water all around and so many issues to consider, which drop will, you choose to drink. Got an exam coming up? Boost your brain power by dining on the selection of super foods. Oily fish like Atlantic salmon is loaded with protein and Omega 3’s. This fatty acid and special antioxidant found in fish aide the memory and keep you feeling motivated. You though strawberries were purely for pleasure, think again. Scientists are all excited about strawberries because they found a special little antioxidant in them which may save as in Alzheimer’s. Pristine activates memory formation and regulates memory storage. In fact all berries make great brain food. Raspberries improve short term memory and even reverse age related brain decline. Add some nuts to your brain food mix, pistachios aide learning and are pack with antioxidants. Time for smelt snack, bread one of the great staples of the human diet. Whether you like it deep in your morning latte or toasted in and dripping with butter and marmalade chances are you have at some stage in your life eaten bread. Floppy, crusty, white bread is an okay sort of carbohydrates. It’s made from the innermost part of the wheat grain. But if you want to boost up the fiber content in your sandwich choose a bread that has the husk and germ of wheat mix in with the dough too. Fiber keeps your blood sugar level stable and stops cholesterol sticking to your artery walls. White bread unfortunately causes your blood sugar to spike and crash. This means you will be hungry more quickly and a bound to reach for another slice when your body doesn’t really need it. So rich for right over white any day, it may stable breast and colon cancer according to studies it encourages the growth of friendly bacteria in about. To get healthiest slice out of life choose the bread that’s right for you. Studies suggest six servings of white bread per week will enhance your health noticeably.
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