The shelves of cosmetic stores are simply bursting with a huge number of different means, the manufacturers of which promise to make our figures perfect and their faces beautiful. And every year more and more new products appear: here are the eyelash brushes that will give your look an irresistible look, and here is the serum of youth, which turns aging wrinkled skin into youthful and sparkling.
It seems that this particular hair balm, and this body lotion, and that foot scrub, are not enough for us to be completely happy. Continue reading
If you ask people about monosodium glutamate, then most will confidently say about the dangers of the supplement. It is called a true food drug and is often considered the source of many serious illnesses. However, do people all know about this supplement? And is sodium glutamate really harmful? First things first.
What is monosodium glutamate and in what food does it occur?
By the term “monosodium glutamate” (in the classification it is assigned the code E621) is meant a salt of glutamic acid. The latter is an important amino acid found in all proteins. It is daily ingested with food. And if glutamic acid becomes insufficient, then the human body begins to independently produce it. Continue reading
Good appetite is always associated with health. But only as long as it does not develop into a “wolf”. If a person constantly wants to eat, even after the last crumbs of a full meal are eaten, then it’s time to think about the reasons for such an appetite.
Hunger and appetite – different concepts
First, you need to understand that the terms “hunger” and “appetite”, although very similar, but from the point of view of physiology, are somewhat different concepts. Hunger is an objective reaction of the body to nutrient deficiency. It occurs within a few hours (usually 3 hours or more) after the last meal. With the help of hunger, the body requires replenishment of energy resources (food intake). Continue reading