Sodium is a mineral needed by your body in small amounts (probably only about 500mg daily) for electrolyte and fluid balance and for transmitting nerve impulses. The newest recommendation from the National Academy of Sciences is to limit your sodium intake to 1,500mg per day or less, but most people easily consume many times this amount. Someindividuals are sodium sensitive, meaning high sodium intake contributes to high blood pressure, and low sodium intake may correct high blood pressure. Read the rest of this entry »
There are several reasons why people want to sell their cars. First, the car is old enough and the owner believes that it’s the right time to change it into a new one. Second, the member of family becomes larger so they need a bigger card. Third, the owner has more money to believe more expensive car, etc. However, we know that it’s sometimes very hard to find a buyer that want to pay it quickly. Read the rest of this entry »
Vitamins are organic substances that help regulate cell functions; they are classified as either fat-soluble (A, D, E, and K) or water-soluble (the B vitamins and vitamin C).
Fat-soluble vitamins can be stored in the body’s fat tissue for relatively long periods of time, whereas water-soluble vitamins are usually flushed out through the urine and need to be replenished frequently. Read the rest of this entry »
Protein provides about four calories per gram, similar to carbohydrate, and is an essential component of virtually thousands of substances in your body. Cells, tissues, hormones, and enzymes all rely on protein for their building blocks. Protein also plays a key role in fluid balance and immune function. The newest recommendations from the National Academy of Sciences suggest that protein can provide from 10% to 35% of your total calorie intake. Read the rest of this entry »