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Low-carbohydrate diet

There are now thousands of success stories on the internet about the low- carbohydrate diet  and I myself lost more than 10 KG in two months by leaving the (bad) carbohydrates. Reason enough to set up a file page within this blog about the low-carbohydrate diet or rather… a low-carbohydrate diet😉

The low-carbohydrate diet is based on the historical diet of man. Obesity and diabetes are real lifestyle diseases that have arisen as a result of our Western lifestyle, where poor nutrition and stress are the order of the day. In addition, we consume more than ever, allowing manufacturers to optimize their production process with chemical and unnatural processes. Consider, for example, grains that are germinated, because it is easier to process. As a result, the grain releases its energy much faster, causing an insulin peak in our body and we start eating even more and gaining weight.

What is a low-carbohydrate diet?

A low-carbohydrate diet means that you mainly eat proteins and fats. Bread, rice, pasta and potatoes are no longer allowed. The diet is based on the fact that your body gets energy from fats and proteins instead of from fast carbohydrates. This puts your body in ketosis, causing you to burn more fat and eventually lose fat.

A low-carbohydrate diet is so efficient because, due to the protein you eat, you don’t break down muscle when you consume fewer calories. In addition, you can deduct about 20% – 30% from each protein calorie, because your body uses more energy to convert the proteins into usable energy for the body. If you eat 100 kCal of protein, it will effectively only provide 70 – 80 kCal of energy. Finally, proteins and fats ensure that you feel full for longer, so that you have less appetite during the day. It allows you to ignore all that goodness.

A low-carbohydrate diet therefore means that you leave almost all carbohydrates. Eating no carbohydrates at all is impossible. A low-carbohydrate diet is referred to when less than 10% of the energy requirement is obtained from carbohydrates. That 10% does not consist of refined sugars, but of carbohydrates that are extracted from the vegetables you eat. You also have a slow-carb diet, where you are allowed certain legumes, because these carbohydrates are released slowly, they do not cause insulin spikes.…

Intakes for Health Development Of Your Body

What is Magnesium?

Magnesium is a mineral involved in 600 different processes in the body. This makes it indispensable for a healthy body.

Minerals, like vitamins, are nutrients that are found in small amounts in our food. They are important for the health and development of the body.

You cannot create magnesium: you should get it from food.

What does magnesium do for your body?

Magnesium plays a role in, among other things:

  • Maintaining strong bones
  • The functioning of the muscles
  • The transmission of nerve impulses
  • The energy production in body cells
  • Building body protein
  • The balance in the water and mineral balance of the body
  • Maintaining strong teeth
  • Memory and ability to concentrate
  • The state of mind
  • The learning performance
  • The mental resilience
  • Reducing fatigue

Magnesium can be found in every living cell of your body, from head to toe. Hence, it plays a role in so many different things in the body.

Bones: In addition to calcium and vitamin D, magnesium is also involved in the maintenance of strong bones [1]. Bone cells break down and new cells are created at the same time, which requires magnesium.

Muscles: Magnesium plays a role in relaxing your muscles. A little bit of magnesium is needed every time your muscles relax. That is why athletes and people who want to relax more easily use a magnesium supplement.

Magnesium in food

Magnesium is found in many different foods. It is mainly in:

  • Green vegetables
  • Nuts, kernels and seeds
  • Bread and grain products
  • Herbs
  • Meat
  • Cocoa and dark chocolate
  • Shellfish and shrimp
  • Drinking water

Nuts, green vegetables and cocoa in particular contain a lot of magnesium. In this article we have listed the 20 best sources of magnesium for you.…

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Magnesium: what does it do and how do you get enough?

Magnesium is an essential mineral. In this article we explain (in simple words) what magnesium is, what it is in and how to prevent and solve a magnesium deficiency.

Complaints with a magnesium deficiency

Research shows that about 15 to 20% of people in developed countries have a magnesium deficiency [3]. The average dietary intake of the mineral is often lower than the recommended daily allowance.

Complaints that can occur with a magnesium deficiency are:

  • Bad sleeping
  • Fatigue
  • Lethargy
  • uscle cramps
  • Not being able to relax
  • Feeling anxious

In extreme cases of magnesium deficiency, cardiac arrhythmias can occur. This is uncommon.

Measuring a magnesium deficiency

It is difficult to measure whether the above complaints actually belong to a magnesium deficiency. A magnesium deficiency is difficult to determine , because simply taking blood samples makes little sense.

The magnesium that is present in your body is largely not in your blood, but in your bones, teeth, muscles and organs. Your blood contains only 1% of all magnesium in your body. Therefore, blood tests are not a good measure of your overall magnesium status.

If you think you are dealing with a severe magnesium deficiency, see your doctor.

Why should you use a magnesium supplement?

There are several reasons why it is good for your body to maintain its magnesium status:

  • Magnesium contributes to the reduction of fatigue
  • Magnesium aids in the normal functioning of the muscles
  • Magnesium is good for the maintenance of strong bones
  • Magnesium contributes to the proper functioning of the nervous system

Magnesium helps in the maintenance of a normal state of mind and a normal ability to concentrate and learn
Food remains the best source of magnesium and should never replace a supplement. A supplement is at most a supplement to your diet.

How do you choose a good magnesium supplement?
There are a ton of magnesium supplements on the market. We can therefore imagine that you have doubts about which one suits you best.

We at Nutribites have marketed our own magnesium supplement . We have invested our time and resources for months in developing a high-quality, easily absorbable and safe magnesium supplement. We are happy to share our knowledge with you below, so that you can also have a good magnesium supplement.

The four criteria for a good magnesium supplement are:

Organically bound magnesium
Contains additives for the best absorption
Dosed safely
Free from sugar, soy, gluten and titanium dioxide
Nutribites Magnesium meets all of the above requirements. This does not mean that other brands are bad: there are many good brands available. We recommend that you use the above criteria as a checklist to choose a brand that you feel comfortable with.

1. Opt for organically bound
Our body cannot absorb magnesium as a loose mineral. It must be bound to some other substance.

Research shows that inorganic compounds are the least well absorbed by the body [4]. That is why it is better to choose an organically bound form of magnesium for the best absorption.

Organically bound forms of magnesium are: magnesium citrate, magnesium bisglycinate, magnesium taurate and magnesium malate.

Inorganic means that the magnesium is bound to a substance that does not naturally occur in the body. Therefore, avoid magnesium oxide, magnesium chloride, magnesium hydroxide and magnesium sulfate.…