Artificial Cream Powder like this costs ¥5000/25kg per bag, which produces up to 2000 cups of nonnutrtitive so called Milk Tea.
We, AT EASE, use Milk for our Milk Tea.
Ever heard the quote:
You can’t pour from an empty cup. Take care of yourself first ! ?
Well this was breakfast . . . . that I had to share with the kids 🤦♀️🤪
Пицца Маргарита без преувеличения самая узнаваемая пицца в мире, именно с нее начинается меню практически любой пиццерии.
Она названа в честь итальянской королевы Маргариты Савойской благодаря любви, которой пицца стала широко известна. Пицца Маргарита – это действительно легендарный вкус сочных томатов, приправленных орегано и вкуснейшего сыра моцарелла.
Заказывайте настоящую итальянскую пиццу и блюда японской кухни на нашем сайте (ссылка в шапке профиля) или по телефону 770-731
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Ini nih kenampakannya dari reward card kami... Setelah transaksi selesai, admin WA bakal kirim ini ke kamu gengs 😍😍
Sobat Deli, reward card ini berlaku mulai bulan November 2018 hingga desember 2019 yaa 😀 setahun lohh, mantul ga tuhhh?
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2. Berlaku kelipatan yaaaa
3. Jika reward card sudah keisi semua, kami akan memberikan lagi reward card yang baru
4. Tidak mengharuskan kalian langsung membeli 10 produk dalam sekali transaksi kok
5. Untuk rewardnya, sobat deli bisa pilih varian apa yang di mau lohhh, sabeb gengs! Bebasss 😍😍
Hai sahabat deli, mulai sekarang kami ada reward card lohh.. Yup, reward card ini spesial buat kalian loh, guys! 😘😘😘
What's golden and edible but also the name you give to someone special?
Sounds like it's time for food facts!Here are some interesting facts about honey:
☆ 21g of honey gives you 64kcal ☆ Same amount if honey contains 17g of Carbs
☆ It's a natural sweetener and flavour enhancer
☆ When stored properly, a pot of honey DOES NOT spoil
☆ Royal Jelly is fed to the young female bee inline to be the next fertile leader ☆ It is the only food that includes all the substances necessary to sustain life
☆ It contains enzymes that help the body digest food which helps our immune system work properly
#foodfacts #food #honey #goodfood #healthyfood
Protein supplements (eg shakes) are often a quick and easy way to consume protein throughout the day. Convenient, yes. Expensive, in most cases, yes. Necessary, in most cases, no.
🙇🏼♀️ Think about this. The average healthy 19-50 year old female needs roughly 0.75g of protein per kg of her body weight. A healthy 19-50 year old male needs about 0.84g protein per kg of his body weight each day.
🤸🏼♂️ To give you an idea of what this looks like, a 55kg female young adult requires roughly 41g of protein daily. Two medium eggs provides about 13g protein. A small sirloin steak provides anywhere between 25-35g protein.
Our bodies don’t store extra protein for later, so any we eat on top of our needs will be excreted (that $60 protein powder can become expensive urine very quickly if you’re eating enough protein already!).
Protein supplements of course have their time and place and can be very practical and in times necessary for some individuals. However for the general healthy population, we should aim at getting our nutrients from food rather than a powder/ supplement. 🍽
Speak to an Accredited Practicing Dietitian for individualised dietary advice regarding protein 👩🏼💻🙇🏼♀️
#studentdietitian #protein #facts #nutrition #nutritionstudent #proteinshake #foodfacts #supplements
Arancini are said to have originated in 10th century Sicily, Italy! 😀
Adding some wild salmon to my #macrobowl
❓Answering a common question I get: Which is best, farmed or wild salmon?
🐟 Wild salmon: has fewer calories and less saturated fat.
✅ PCB (one type of Persistent organic pollutants) are 5 to 10 times higher in farmed fish than wild fish.
🐠 Farmed salmon comes with uncertainty about antibiotic use. Wild salmon does not.
👉 Conclusion: Keep it wild! 🤑Although wild caught is significantly more expensive, you can find more affordable alternatives such as canned wild caught salmon. Just rinse it to get rid of excess sodium.
I have been hopping from one thing to the next for weeks now. While running errands today, I realized I was (once again) starving. 😵 I always wondered how people forgot to eat and I'm now one of those people. 😜😫 #helpme
If I have to eat-out I always make sure to grab something as healthy as possible. A favorite of mine is the @subway
wraps! So good!!! I usually get all veggie with oil and vinegar (delish) but added a little chicken today. Give it a try!
I know eating good on the run can be hard but I promise, there are good choices out there. 👍 The hardest part is pushing past temptation to get something not so healthy. ☺️ I believe in you!!! Hope this gives you a good start. 🥰🥗❤️ (PS. Don't mind the curling iron burn on my finger...🙄). #healthyoptions #tips #subway
BB SMASHED POTATOES—made these for the first time last week 😍♥️. They’re so easy & my new favorite way to prep potatoes. All you have to do is boil them in a saucepan for 10-15mins, let cool for 5-10mins, smash down with your fork 🍴, top with some melted ghee & seasoning of your choice, and bake for 20mins at 400 degrees (flipping halfway through). I added a little bit of fresh thyme to mine after removing from the oven 👌.
Life is too short for boring salads!
The term “salad” is extremely general, and can be interpreted in a variety of ways.
Instead of simply throwing some dressing on a measly bed of leafy greens for a side dish, add a bunch of ingredients that you enjoy to make your salad the main event!
A source of protein and healthy fats should be staples if you want to make your salad hearty and satisfying.
I like to use my salads as an opportunity to optimize nutrient density, but also pack in loads of flavor.
In this salad, I started with a bed of dark leafy greens. I topped it with some roasted cauliflower, chopped carrots, sliced avocado, homemade sauerkraut, and chub mackerel (an inexpensive, but tasty source of Omega 3s).
I also sprinkled on some turmeric, cracked black pepper, Himalayan pink salt, lemon juice and lots of extra virgin olive oil as a dressing.
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~Fish and frost~Отмороженная рыба~
Frostbitten fish isn't poison, but its taste can disappoint you. Low-fat fish become dehydrated, and fatty will go dead. So keep pike, perch, cod and other lean fish in freezer for no more than six months. Salmon, mackerel, capelin, herring, trout, and a similar fatty fish will live in frost for only tree months. But smelt, vendace and other whitefish are not allowed to be stored in the freezer for more than a month🦈
Отравится просроченной замороженной рыбой невозможно, но её вкус вас не порадует. Маложирная рыба становится сухой, а жирная прогоркает. Так что храните щуку, судака, треску, и прочую нежирную рыбу в морозильнике не больше полугода. Лосось, скумбрия, мойва, селедка, форель и подобная жирная рыба проживет при заморозке лишь три месяца. А вот корюшка, ряпушка и прочие сиговые протянут в морозильнике не дольше месяца🐟
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Vi dicevo della mia cena in forno?? Pizza alle verdure, rigorosamente con farina integrale e homemade!
Le buone abitudini una volta acquisite non si lasciano più 😉💖
Omega-3s and omega-6s are essential polyunsaturated fatty acids which means we cannot make them on our own and we must obtain them from our diet🍴. -
Problem is, most of us consume high amounts of omega-6 FAs from vegetable oils found in processed foods, and not enough omega-3's (EPA + DHA), found in mainly the fat of cold water 🐟 such as salmon, sardines, herring, mackerel, etc. Vegetarian sources 🌱, such as walnuts, chia, and flaxseeds contain alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), that the body must convert to EPA and DHA. And while it is possible for the body to synthesize EPA and DHA from ALA . . . the conversion is pretty limited. 5-10% of ALA gets converted to EPA, and 2-5% of ALA gets converted to DHA. -
It is SO important to get a balanced ratio of omega-6 to omega-3s for optimum health, which in a perfect world, should be 1:1. However, the average ratio in most Americans is 1:16! 🇺🇲 💩 Inflammation protects our bodies from infection and injury, but when it's chronic or excessive, it can contribute to certain auto-immune diseases and cause other problems related to fatigue, weight gain, brain fog, acne, allergies, etc. -
So how can you achieve this balance? -
Start by reducing the consumption of processed, fast foods and polyunsaturated vegetable oils (corn, safflower, soy, cottonseed) ⬇️ -
Have 1-2 servings of wild-caught fish every week 🐟. If you don't like seafood, supplement with a good quality fish oil. If you're a vegan or vegetarian, consider a good algal based DHA omega supplement. -
And lastly, if you can afford it, opt for grass-fed or grass-finished meats and pasture-raised eggs 🐄🥚🐣. Conventional meats are fed grain-based feeds containing soy and corn, meaning more omega-6 consumption.
HEALTHY FOOD SWAPS
As we are all trying to eat a little bit healthier, here’s some great food hacks.
Making just little changes to your nutrition can have a big impact on your overall health and weight management.
🔁 When it comes to eggs, instead of eating only the whites (just protein), eat whole the egg. Eggs are one of the most perfect protein sources. Plus they’re loaded with essential vitamins and nutrients, such as B12, selenium lutein, and zeaxanthian, which is vital to brain health. Just make sure they’re organic.
🔁 Always eat raw organic nuts. Roasted nuts are processed and contain unhealthy oils (safflower, sunflower). Peanuts contain mold, so they’re not a very healthy choice.
🔁 Did you know that 90% of all canola oil made is GMO? Plus due to the highly unnatural process, in which it’s made, it contains trans fats. Switch to organic olive oil as it’s heart healthy, fights inflammation and is great for your skin!
🔁 Onions are a great a source of vitamin C and calcium, plus rich in nutrients and phytochemicals, which strength your immune system. However, red onions have it over white ones, as they are higher in antioxidants, quercetin (a powerful compound that fights free radicals), and are better at fighting cancer.
So give these food swaps a try. I’m sure your body will thank you.
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ORGANIC vs. CONVENTIONAL: which is better? 🤔 Eating organic fruit, veggies & other produce is trendy and sometimes considered an essential part of a healthy diet. Here’s a simple breakdown of the current evidence and factors to consider!⠀
🌟 Organic 🌟⠀
✅ Some (but not all) research has shown that organic produce is likely to have significantly higher antioxidant levels, and lower levels of metal and pesticide residues⠀
✅ Organic farming can be better for the environment⠀
❎ Organic produce is generally much more expensive than conventional, which is a limitation for those on a strict food budget.⠀
🌟 Non-organic (conventional) 🌟 ⠀
❎ Levels of metals & pesticides may be higher than in organic crops, *however* these levels are strictly monitored to ensure that they are below harmful limits⠀
✅ Conventional produce is more affordable⠀
✅ Large studies looking at the health benefits of organic vs. conventional foods have found little evidence for the differences - this may relate to the fact that there is a great degree of natural variation in the nutritional profile of all fresh food.⠀
The key message from this post is that no matter what, eating fruit and veg is great for you, especially when most of us don’t get enough! ❤️⠀
If you can afford to buy organic produce, that’s great. If you have a tighter food budget and buy conventional, that’s absolutely okay too 🙌🏼☺️⠀
🙅🏻♀️ If you are concerned about pesticides but can’t afford to purchase 100% organic produce, I would recommend checking out the EWG’s ‘Dirty Dozen’ list which contains the fruit and vegetables with the highest pesticide residue levels.⠀
🌳 You can buy your produce locally and in-season to improve your environmental footprint.⠀
🙋🏻♀️ Do you consider whether your produce is organic when purchasing it?
Ich LIEBE Lachs!😍 Er ist so lecker und einfach & schnell zubereitet! Ich brate ihn am liebsten nur in etwas Kokosöl an, ein wenig Salz und Zitronensaft dazu - fertig.😃 Lachs schmeckt nicht nur gut, sondern liefert mir auch viele tolle Nährstoffe! Hier ein paar Facts, warum dieses Lebensmittel in deinen Ernährungsplan gehört: •
👉🏼 reich an Omega-3-Fettsäuren
• 👉🏼 reich an Proteinen •
👉🏼 enthält viele Vitamine, darunter Vitamin A und D •
👉🏼 kalorienarm •
Sei gut zu dir, be healthy. 💚
#gesundeernährung #gesunderlifestyle #foodfacts #lachs #seafood #healthylifestyle #nutrition #foodlover
"Breakfast With a Dose of Roundup?" You all remember the fear inducing headline that the EWG put out back in August. Well, I decided to do some math to determine exactly what amount of Cheerios a child or an adult would have to eat to reach the max acceptable daily intake of minimal concern according to the chart below, which would be 0.5 mg/kg for glyphosate.
So, the EWG claims that it found up to 530 ppb of glyphosate in the sample of Cheerios that was tested. That means that for every 1 kg of Cheerios there is 0.530 mg of glyphosate. The serving size for children under 4 is 21g (3/4 cup), so that would mean there is 0.011 mg of glyphosate per child serving of Cheerios. The max daily intake of glyphosate for a 30 lb (13.6 kg) child is 6.8 mg/day.
THIS WOULD MEAN A 30 LB CHILD UNDER AGE 4 WOULD HAVE TO EAT 610 SERVINGS PER DAY OR 458 CUPS OF CHEERIOS PER DAY TO REACH THE MAX ACCEPTABLE DAILY INTAKE OF GLYPHOSATE.
Even more ridiculous is the amount a 150 lb (68 kg) adult would have to eat to reach a max daily intake of glyphosate of 34 mg/day. An adult serving size is 28g (1 cup). So, there is only 0.015 mg glyphosate/serving.
SO, A 150 LB ADULT WOULD HAVE TO EAT 2291 CUPS PER DAY TO REACH THE MAX ACCEPTABLE DAILY INTAKE OF GLYPHOSATE.
This is the definition of #fearmongering
. A catchy headline, some random, insignificant data that sounds scary, and a conclusion that doesn't mention the fact that you'd have to eat so much of the food tested that the actual food would kill you well before the #glyphosate
would have any effect.
#math #science #foodscience #cheerios #food #foodfacts #nutrition #generalmills #glyphosatefacts #roundup #foodfacts #nutrition #scicomm #toxicity #foodchemistry #nutritionmyths #gmo #toxicology #stopthefearmongering #standupforscience
Vi racconto la normalità di casa mia! Che se la mia Giulia è un po' pazzerella da qualcuno avrà pur preso! Intanto che la mia cena è in forno (poi ve la posto) faccio la mia ginnastica quotidiana 😂