msn health & fitness EGGS
After years of anti-egg disputes, the 2015 Dietary Guidelines called for Americans to incorporate eggs into their diets. If the rest of your diet is moderately low in cholesterol, there is no problem with eating eggs for breakfast every day of the week. Eggs contain necessary vitamins and minerals, and they are a great source of protein.
If you are not sensitive to dairy, or lactose intolerant, milk is a great source of calcium, choline, potassium, and vitamin D. There are other ways to obtain those nutrients, but milk contains all of them in one sip. Go for organic milk, which is more nutrient-dense than conventional milk.
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Although nuts are high in calories and fat, the pros outweigh the cons. The biggest mistake people make is eating large amounts of nuts a day — the serving size should be just a handful. According to The New England Journal of Medicine, people who consume nuts are less likely to die from cancer, heart disease, and respiratory disease.
Do not be so quick to think that drinking wine every day will be your secret for solving all your health problems. Studies have shown that one glass of red wine — just five ounces — can boost your brain and heart health through the antioxidant resveratrol. Be careful, because drinking more than one glass of wine a day can cause weight gain.
Whether people like to believe it or not, carbohydrates are needed as the main energy source for the human body. Rice, especially brown rice, fuels the body with whole grains.
Although it is more beneficial to flavor foods with fresh herbs and spices, it is harmful to eliminate salt from the diet completely. Consuming more than moderate amounts of salt would only be advisable if you exercise often.
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Lactose intolerant? Don’t fear. Soy is a quality source of protein, although it is important to aim for whole soy foods over processed soy powders and pills.