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09 Nov 2015 

Cauliflower Nutrition Facts: The White Broccoli

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Cauliflower nutrition facts. Cauliflower is a member of the cruciferous or Brassicaceae family along with cabbage and broccoli. Believe it or not, not all cauliflower is white. There are actually varieties that are green, orangeeven purple! You probably have a vague idea that cauliflower is healthy (it is a veggie, after all). But do you know specifically what vitamins and minerals make up the details of cauliflower nutrition? Remember: foods and nutrition are vital to maintaining good health!

Detailed Cauliflower Nutrition Facts

You can eat as much cauliflower as you want, because practically speaking, it has almost no calories. (Well, 100 grams has 25 calories, including 3 grams of fiber.) It contain many nutrients: vitamin C, manganese; potassium; pantothenic acid; folate; vitamins B6 and K; niacin; magnesium; thiamine; and riboflavin. Yikes, thats a lot of vitamins and minerals, but its not a super-rich source of them (except vitamin C, with 77% of your daily recommended amount per serving).

Anti-Cancer Properties

Cauliflower nutrition is also notable for the presence of phytochemicals and plant sterols that have been shown to protect again the following kinds of cancer: ovarian, colon, prostate, breast, and cervical cancer.

Cauliflower has sulfur-containing nutrients that contribute to detoxification. It contains antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents. These are both very important; antioxidants help rid the body of free radicals, which would otherwise be free to ravage your body from the inside. And most modern diets are highly inflammatory, due to an excess of omega-6 fatty acids and a dearth of omega-3 fatty acids, so any anti-inflammatory foods you can eat are great. Cabbage contains omega-3 fatty acids (not a lot, but theyre there) and, as I said, vitamin K, both of which help counter this unhealthy fatty acid ratio and help to promote a healthy cardiovascular system.

How to Buy and Cook

When you buy cauliflower at the grocery store, make sure to pick florets that are still tightly bound together (that dont have spaces in between). Also, avoid brown spots! When you cook your cauliflower, the most important thing is not to overcook it. All the cauliflower nutrition in the world won't save you from rotten veggies.

Verdict

This cruciferous vegetable is a totally healthy option. There are a lot of benefits to cauliflower nutrition. Personally, I am a bigger fan of cauliflowers brothers, broccoli and cabbage. I think they are a little more tasty and nutritious than cauliflower (especially sauerkrautmmm). For example: cauliflowers glucosinolate content is only about two-thirds that of broccoli and kale, half as much as Savoy cabbage, and a quarter of Brussels sprouts. But you cant go wrong with any of these nutritious powerhouses.

Bye!

Thanks for reading these cauliflower nutrition facts. If youre interested in reading about more healthy foods, try tofu, taro, potato skins, or walnuts. Bye!





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The Pros and Cons of the Paleo Diet | John Berardi, Ph.D.

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You've probably heard about the Paleo diet; maybe you've even tried it. The "primal eating" trend is everywhere.

Paleo, of course, encourages us to eat like our ancient ancestors did.

The concept is this: Humans evolved on a diet very different from today's eating habits.

Therefore, the Paleo proponents argue, to be healthier, leaner, stronger and fitter, we must re-think our diet and remove some of the food groups we consider basic.

Promising everything from fat loss to more energy and clearer skin, Paleo certainly has appeal.

But what is Paleo really? Is it a diet worth trying?

Why "Paleo": The basic concept of eating primal

To understand Paleo thinking, we've got to go back in time. (My DeLorean is parked right outside.)

Let's have a quick look at what our ancestors ate:

60 million years ago: Our oldest cousins, the earliest primates, ate a lot like, well, primates. They subsisted mainly on fruit, leaves, and insects.2.6 million years ago: Evolution at work! Humans started using tools and fire, and moved to a hunter-gatherer diet.10,000 years ago: At this point, "agriculture" had taken the world by storm.

Paleolithic humans definitely got some eating habits right. In general, they consumed:

three times more produce than the typical American,more fiber,more protein,more omega-3 fatty acids,more unsaturated fat,more vitamins and minerals,and much less saturated fat and sodium.

That said, Paleo fans tend to overlook the fact that hunter-gatherers were not models of pristine health. Paleolithic humans suffered from parasites, infectious diseases, and even atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries).

The dangers of our modern diet

Fast forward to today. Our diet has changed significantly, and not necessarily for the better. For one thing, it contains far more processed, packaged and commercially-produced foods than ever.

Case in point: The top six calorie sources in the U.S. diet today are:

grain-based desserts (cake, cookies, etc.),yeast breads,chicken-based dishes (and you know that doesn't mean roast chicken),sweetened beverages,pizza,and alcoholic drinks.

Yikes. Not only are these foods not ancestral, some of them could barely be called food.

Meanwhile, obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular diseases have dramatically increased over the past 50 years.

The Paleo claim that our modern Western diet isn't healthy rings true. So what should we do to make it better?

According to Paleo: What to eat and what to avoid

Paleo fans suggest we return to the meat and produce-based diet of our past. Specifically, the Paleo dietary model encourages us to base our diets on the following foods:

animals (especially a "whole animal" approach, including organs, bone marrow, cartilage, and organs),animal products (such as eggs or honey),vegetables and fruits,raw nuts and seeds,and added fats (like coconut oil, avocado, butter, ghee).

Notice what's missing from the list? Paleo tells us to avoid grains (even "whole grains"), heavily processed oils (such as canola and soybean oil), and processed foods in general.

Legumes and dairy are typically off limits too, though some guidelines allow these foods as the Paleo diet continues to "evolve."

Should you stop eating grains and legumes?

We already know the above list of processed foods and treats aren't good for us -- but what about whole grains and legumes?

Let's tackle legumes first. Paleo people say we shouldn't eat legumes because of their high concentration of anti-nutrients like lectins or phytates. Supposedly that reduces their nutritional value to zilch.

Fortunately for bean fans, that's not true.

Research suggests that the benefits of legumes outweigh their anti-nutrient content. Cooking eliminates most anti-nutrient effects, and some anti-nutrients (like lectins) may even be good for us.

As for grains, Paleo proponents say grains can lead to inflammation and related health problems. This can be true for people with celiac disease (about 1 percent of the population) and for those with non-celiac gluten sensitivity.

But a substantial body of reliable research suggests that eating whole grains improves our health. At the very least, whole grains appear to be neutral when it comes to inflammation.

Bottom line on grains and legumes: Completely eliminating these important foods from our diet is probably a bad idea.

The problem with Paleo

Paleo-style eating has a lot of good qualities: It emphasizes whole foods, lean proteins, vegetables, fruits, and healthy fats. Incorporating more of these foods into your diet would likely be a big improvement.

However, the Paleo diet has some flaws. The evolutionary arguments don't hold up, and the evidence for excluding dairy, legumes, and grains isn't strong (yet).

But my biggest concern is this: A one-size-fits-all "best diet" approach doesn't work.

Strictly following a list of "good" and "bad" or "allowed" and "not allowed" foods is problematic for most people.

Even more, long-term, it's tough to be consistent on a strict diet regime like Paleo. Sure, most people can follow it for weeks or months. Maybe even years. But decades? That's unlikely.

Of course, without being consistent, you can't make progress.

What you can do today

Instead of signing up for a strict lifestyle template, think about small changes you can make in your "modern" life that support what your "ancient" body needs.

For example, look for simple ways incorporate a bit of what's good about the ancestral lifestyle into your day. Could you:

Eat a little more fresh food, like adding some fresh fruit or vegetables to dinner tonight?Consider replacing a bit of the processed food you might normally be eating? (Not all of it, just some.)Get outside for some movement and fresh air?Go to bed a little earlier to get a good night's sleep?

These small actions -- done consistently -- can do much more for your health and happiness long-term. And consistency is more important than any food list or evolutionary theory.

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About the author

John Berardi, Ph.D. is a founder of Precision Nutrition, the world's largest online nutrition coaching company. He also sits on the health and performance advisory boards of Nike, Titleist and Equinox.

Dr. Berardi was recently selected as one of the 20 smartest coaches in the world by livestrong.com, the internet's most popular fitness site.

In the last five years, Dr. Berardi and his team have personally helped over 30,000 people improve their eating, lose weight, and boost their health through their renowned Precision Nutrition Coaching program.

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Discover The Facts About ADHD Nutrition by Zoey Eber



Even if you have a lot of other priorities for instance, sports, extracurricular activities, etc., still you need to complete a senior project to graduate successfully

Have you read about this recently, that more and more research is pointing toward nutritional deficiencies as a contributing factor toward ADHD? In particular, ADHD nutrition appears to be linked to a deficiency in essential fatty acids, or EFAs, and amino acids.

Researchers first tied ADHD with lower essential fatty acid levels in 1981. Studies involving EFA blood levels in children with behavioral problems in 1983 confirmed this ADHD nutrition connection.

Researchers in a 1987 study again documented the EFA deficiency tie to ADHD. Then in 1995, a study involving ADHD boys and boys without ADHD showed that the ADHD boys had significantly lower levels of Omega-3 fatty acids.

ADHD nutrition studies by Purdue University researchers in 1996 found that boys with low blood levels of Omega-3 fatty acids have a greater frequency of ADHD.

A study done by the George Washington University School of Medicine found that hyperactive children who ate meals high in protein performed equally well, and sometimes better, in school than non-hyperactive kids.

At Oxford University in England, one ADHD nutrition study evaluated the effects of fatty acid supplementation in children of average intelligence but with significant reading and writing disabilities. The ADHD symptoms in children who received the essential fatty acids improved substantially over those in the control group who received a placebo.

Fatty acids are needed in making brain and nerve tissue in the body. They are necessary for mental function, proper growth, the immune system and brain development. Since the body cannot produce Omega-3 and Omega-6, the two fatty acids families, by itself, it has to get these necessary ADHD nutrition ingredients through diet and supplementation.

Our typical Western diet is high in the Omega-6 fatty acids, found in corn, canola, sunflower, and safflower oil, margarine, vegetable oil and shortening, but majority of Americans are lacking in Omega-3s, commonly found in fatty fish such as mackerel, lake trout, herring, sardines, salmon and albacore tuna, as well as nut oils.

Learning experts now attribute many childhood behavior and learning problems to Omega-3 deficiencies. Since males have a higher requirement for EFAs, this deficiency has a greater impact on them.

In terms of diet, ADHD nutrition isn't too different from what's recommended as healthy eating for everyone, and is often referred to as sensible eating. The first golden rule is NO JUNK FOOD!

Aside from that, avoid the following for two weeks; dairy, yellow foods (corn or squash), fruit juices, Nutrasweet, processed meats, MSG, food coloring, and reduce sugar, chocolate and fried foods by 90 percent.

Keep it simple: Just eat natural foods for a while. Eat like people did before the 1950's. There are plenty of foods you CAN eat; just avoid fast or convenience foods.

After the two week period, start adding some of the prohibited foods back into your diet, beginning with one food at a time. Eat A LOT of that one particular food every day for four days. If you experience a problem with that food, you'll have a reaction within four days. If there's a problem, you'll know. If there's no problem, enjoy the food.

What should you eat to feed the ADHD brain?

For breakfast, it's high protein, low carb. No more breakfast cereals with milk. Go for 60 percent protein and 40 percent carbohydrates. Other meals should be 50 percent protein and 50 percent carbs.

If additional protein is needed, supplements can be taken. You could also make a protein shake using a flavored coffee (the International flavored coffees can be used), a good quality protein power, about 15 to 20 grams, and ice. Process in a blender and drink.

This works for alot of people. Actually, this recipe works about as well as a small dose of Ritalin (100 mg of caffeine is about the same as 5 mg of Ritalin). So for those who only take small doses of Ritalin, this might do the trick.

So here's some food for thought: when choosing your ADHD nutrition regimen, be sure the dietary changes you make are realistic for your family and dont create additional stress. Finding menus that are pleasing to all will go a long way toward keeping happiness and harmony in the household.

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