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It's good to eat fruit in the morning
According to experts, it is advisable not to eat fruit before bedtime, as it contains a lot of sugar which is not at all beneficial for the teeth. Dentists tell us how to take care of our teeth properly. They believe that the most inappropriate time to eat fruit is in the evening, because the metabolism slows down and the sugars in the fruit will turn into fat. Many people eat fruit before bedtime, believing that it is enough to clean teeth and there would be no need to brush and paste teeth. Experts advise us not to eat fruit in the evening, as it increases the acidity in the oral cavity and creates an environment for excessive bacteria growth. It is good to know that fruit contains a lot of sugar, which is not at all beneficial for teeth. Moreover, because the salivary glands secrete less saliva at night, teeth are exposed to a higher level of acidity at night, which would normally be more diluted by the presence of saliva.
Eating fruit before meals
Nutritionists say that to benefit from their nutritional qualities, fruit should always be eaten before a meal, preferably 30 minutes before eating other foods. This way, the nutrients will be better absorbed by the body and, in addition, bloating and an overloaded stomach are avoided. Another useful tip is not to combine sweet fruit (mango, bananas, papaya, dates, candied fruit, figs) with acidic fruit (grapefruit, clementines, kiwi, lemons, mandarins, pomegranates, oranges). Also, the best time to eat fruit is in the morning on an empty stomach. With their high water content, fruit is ideal for energising and hydrating the body.
Social isolation predisposes to cardiovascular disease
The French cardiology federation has issued a press release stating that people who exhibit sickly tendencies towards social isolation and who suffer from loneliness are twice as likely to suffer from cardiovascular disease. Recently, in France alone, there are 5 million people experiencing tendencies of social isolationism and loneliness, a subject that is generally still considered taboo even in civilised countries. The explanation is that, in the long term, loneliness can lead to an unhealthy lifestyle, marked by sedentary lifestyles, excessive weight gain, higher stress levels, smoking, unbalanced diet and high blood pressure. Claude le Feuvre, president of the French Federation of Cardiology, said the problem may lie in the fact that doctors do not usually
Let's learn to drink water as healthily as possible
It is well known that water is essential for the well-being of the body and that hydration is extremely important for the body. People who want to lose weight often think that they can drink more water at once to lose weight. But in reality, it's no use drinking half a litre of water almost every day.
Cosmetics affect women
A recent study showed that women apply 515 chemicals to their bodies every day. Perfumes, deodorants, blushes, hair dyes, day and night creams, anti