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The Health Benefits of Vegetarian Food

September 30th, 2013 11:15 pm

Vegetarian food can give people peaceful and clear mind: when eating animal’s meat, you also absorb the Hormones into your body and all of these things would make you tend to become irritable and you will lose your temper easily. On the contrary, many vegetarians can always keep a placid mood. Just like the plant-eaters, elephant and giraffe, you can see that both of them never use their strength to bully the weak. In addition, animal fat can clog blood vessels and lead to the production of cholesterol and the body (including brain) would become aging. The blood of a vegetarian is very clean and always has clear mind.

Vegetarian food nutrition can be digested and absorbed easily: All the meats are heavy food for your stomach. In contrast, all the nutrition from these foods could be digested by human body easily and directly. In addition, the fiber in plants could reduce costive happening.

Research shows that vegetarian food could purify blood, prevent costive and Hemorrhoids happening, improve vision and nourish the skin and stable mood. Compare with meats, eating vegetables product etc provides many benefits on keeping healthy.

1. The basis of vitality and long life.
2. The most effective and basic beauty products.
3. It can reduce incidence of cancer, especially rectal cancer and colon cancer.
4. It can reduce the happening of heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, obesity.
5. It helps in increasing bone mineral density and preventing Osteoporosis.
6. It is the best weight loss medicine.
7. It makes you smarter.
8. It helps in stabling temper.
9. It makes you more energetic.

The most important one is that you can stay away from the attacks from bird flu.

Although there are so many benefits of eating vegetarian food, it does not mean you should never the animal’s meat. Nutrient balance should also be achieved. If you never eat or do not like to eat vegetables, you also might lose a lot.

Sauces and Salsas

September 26th, 2013 7:49 am

Salmon is one of the healthiest sources of protein available. High in omega 3 fatty acids, salmon is also one of the most flavorful. This fish has a solid, strong flavor and is very versatile. Salmon can be baked or broiled. It can be made into salmon cakes or salmon salad. Salmon is also delicious when served with different sauces.

One flavor that pairs well with salmon is lemon. So many sauce choices are possible when using lemon. Adding lemon to salmon brings out a fresh flavor that is reminiscent of spring time. Lemon sauces can have a creamy base, which would include lemon juice along with mayonnaise, sour cream, or half-and-half. A lemon sauce made with broth or olive oil would be a lighter option. Either option would be a scrumptious choice on a nice salmon filet.

Another popular sauce choice for salmon is mustard. A dill and mustard sauce on broiled salmon is delightful, providing a pungent flavor that isn?t too strong. Honey mustard sauces add a sweet hint to salmon. Adding herbs to mustard sauces also adds a fresh flavor. Chives, rosemary, basil, or parsley are great options. Fabulous sauces can be made from wine. White wine sauce prepared with herbs, makes a lovely meal. Try adding an international flair to your salmon. Teriyaki sauce is wonderful, adding a spicy kick. Ginger and soy combined with scallions also adds a lovely Asian flavor. Italian seasonings can be made into a salmon sauce. This is a great option when served with a side of pasta. Barbeque sauce is also an interesting flavor combination on salmon.

Creamy sauces, such as hollandaise and yogurt sauces, are cool and flavorful and add a contrast to the strong salmon flavor. Cheese sauces made with parmesan or Monterey jack are delicious choices. A cool cucumber sauce is great for a summer time meal. Simple butter sauces are quick and easy options for a busy weeknight meal.