Vitamin D (Vitaminum D)

It was first obtained from vegetable oil. Vitamin D is abundant in fish, seafood, fish oil, pork and beef liver, cottage cheese, cheese, nettles, potatoes, oatmeal, nuts, and linseed oil. At present, vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol) and vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) are of practical importance. In humans, vitamin D is formed in the surface layers of the skin under… Read More »

Vitamin F (Vitaminum F)

The symbol for a mixture of a group of unsaturated fatty acids is linoleic, linolenic, arachidonic. Vitamin F c is called lipid preparations containing essential fatty acids, in particular gamma-linolenic. Anticholesterol Vitamin. Contained in vegetable oils and lard, linseed oil, sunflower, soybeans, peanuts; oatmeal , corn, nuts. All vegetable oils should be first cold pressed, unfiltered, undeodorized, because when heated, the vitamin is… Read More »

Vitamin PP (Acidum nicotinicum). A nicotinic acid. 

It takes an active part in carbohydrate, protein and porphyrin metabolism. It has a pronounced effect on the central nervous system, causes the expansion of peripheral blood vessels. Niacin has lipoproteinemic (lowering blood lipoprotein levels) activity. In large doses (3-4 g per day) lowers the content of triglycerides and beta-lipoproteins in the blood. With a lack of… Read More »

ALCOHOL AND LIVER

Alcoholic liver damage is a group of acute and chronic liver diseases caused by systematic alcohol abuse. There are 4 types of alcoholic liver lesions: liver dystrophy, acute hepatitis, chronic hepatitis (fatty degeneration with hepatocyte necrosis and mesenchymal reaction) and cirrhosis. The nature of the liver lesion does not always depend directly on the amount of alcohol consumed, but WHO does not recommend consuming more… Read More »

ANOREXIA

Anorexia in Greek means “without the urge to eat . ” This is a neuropsychic disorder, manifested by an indomitable desire for weight loss, fear of gaining weight, deliberate limitation of the number and frequency of meals and the achievement of reference volumes of the figure. Most often, this pathology affects young girls, sometimes quite teenagers, aged 14 to 25… Read More »

Therapeutic nutrition for certain diseases.

For gastritis with high acidity, a diet is recommended. Food for these patients is boiled in water or steamed, prepared mainly in well-boiled or mashed form. Meat, fish, mushroom broths and gravy, decoctions of vegetables (especially cabbage), all kinds of spicy, sour dishes and foods, spices, fried foods, raw vegetables, fruits, wholemeal bread, pastry, pancakes, etc. are excluded from… Read More »

WHY PHYSICAL EXERCISES ARE NEEDED

The human body is created for physical activity. In primitive society only the most hardy survived. The human body adapts very easily to changing environmental conditions. Therefore, when constant demands are made on him, he adapts. Young men and women who, in childhood, played a lot of tennis and held a racket in their right hand, became stronger… Read More »

Frequency of classes

How often do you need to play sports to get rid of stress and cheer up? Morning exercises and yoga can be done every day. The same applies to walking. If training requires loads (aerobics, gym, running, swimming, etc.) – two to three times a week, give training 30-60 minutes. Because the body needs rest, you do not need to train… Read More »