Constantly there is a battle about which foods are better and healthier. How many times we have ever found ourselves perplexed which product to choose, and which to leave on the shelf in the market.

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Butter or margarine?

Butter is made from natural ingredients until margarine is usually processed and contain hydrogenated fats which are much more harmful than saturated fats found in butter.

Coffee or tea?

Both coffee and tea have their advantages but in the first place will always be green tea for its medicinal properties. It contains less caffeine than coffee, but it contains antioxidants which together with caffeine improves concentration and brain function. Green tea is good for weight loss is scientifically proven to burn fat.

Canned or frozen food?

Heavy metals such as aluminum, lead and mercury can be found in food is canned, and frozen foods can be equally good and fresh.

Sweeteners or sugar?

Sugar has no nutritional value and is directly related to обеситѕ. The more sugar you eat, the more insulin your body releases and you want to eat more sweet. On the other hand, artificial sweeteners are associated with mood changes, depression and increased body weight because they can slow down the process of digestion and increase appetite. Experts recommend using natural sweeteners such as stevia and cinnamon.
Fat content milk or milk with lower fat content?

At first fat content milk may seem unhealthy because it contains more fat but those fats actually help in the absorption of vitamins A and D. Whole milk makes you feel more full.
Rice or wholegrain rice crackers?

Rice crackers have a lower glycemic composition. This means that aid in the regulation of blood sugar levels and make us feel more full.
Fresh or dried fruit?

The composition of fresh fruit has 80 percent more water, which means that the faster you do not saturate. Dried fruit can sometimes contain additional chemicals and sugars.

Fresh or frozen vegetables?

Fresh vegetables is always a better choice because it contains more vitamins and minerals than frozen. But if you buy vegetables out of season, it is better to buy frozen because many nutrients are lost during transport from the country where grown. Frozen vegetables usually frozen immediately after picking and retains almost all nutrients.

Fruit or fruit juice?

Fruit juice is high in natural sugar and threaten to bring too much sugar in the body. Fruits are full of fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. When we consider that whole fruit has to chew much less possibility of a way to bring too much sugar.

Rice or pasta?

Experts recommend rice because we already consume too much wheat products.

Sour cream or yogurt?

Although the cream has more fat, 100 grams contains double the protein of yogurt that make us feel more full.

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Constantly there is a battle about which foods are better and healthier. How many times we have ever found ourselves perplexed which product to choose, and which to leave on the shelf in the market. Here’s what experts recommend: Butter or margarine? Butter is made from natural ingredients until margarine is usually processed...