Moin, Ihr Hupen!😎
Ich bin heute so leer inner Rübe...liegt bestimmt daran, dass wir heute Morgen nicht Laufen waren...🤨😂 Höhö.
Erzählt, wie isses gestern gelaufen? Habt Ihr jemandem eine Freude gemacht?😉 Bin gespannt...mein Post hat ja scheinbar den ein oder anderen ziemlich beschäftigt... find ich super!🤘💋
Habt einen zauberhaften Abend, meine süßen Schnuckihasen!💕💋
1 day ago
İstanbul'da kıtalararası yolculuk 20 dakika! ⛴ 🌉
The intercontinental journey in Istanbul takes just 20 minutes! ⛴ 🌉
Chicken Schnitzel done right 🤩
Filled with iceberg slaw, Moishe’s pickles and mayo🥪
1 day ago
SUNSET OVER ISTANBUL 💛
Connue comme étant la ville au sept collines, Istanbul possède de magnifiques points de vue sur les différentes rives ! Au coucher de soleil, le quartier de la Tour de Galata baigne sous la lumière dorée et offre un panorama à couper le souffle ! Cette photo a été prise avec le zoom optique x5 de mon #HuaweiP30Pro qui reste performant même dans des conditions où la lumière commence à décliner.
1 day ago
Would you like to be able to tailor your nutrition to your individual needs based on the genes specific to you? Nutritional genomics could be the future of nutrition and mean there is no longer blanket recommendations for best nutrition. As humans 99.99% of our genes are identical, but it is the 0.01% that makes you unique and individual. These genes are the genes which are targeted to tailor a perfect diet for you in a method called nutrigenetics.
Nutrigenetics enables you to receive the optimal nutrients your body needs for health. The genes expressed or created because of your body’s response to the nutrients eaten will differ to the person sitting next to you and is called nutrigenomics.
While this is very exciting, the research is still not there yet to be able to tailor such diets. The good news is the knowledge is already there on ways you can eat to help protect your DNA from damage but also to help repair it when damage occurs. It is this damage to your DNA which is linked to chronic diseases and cancer.
Here are some must have nutrients you can add to your diet to optimise the health of your DNA:
These are antioxidants found in orange, yellow, red and green leafy vegetables like sweet potato, kale, broccoli, capsicum.
Another antioxidant found in seeds and nuts as well as in avocado.
Nutrients your body needs to help make DNA include:
A B vitamin found in dark green leafy vegetables, all breads in Australia except organic bread are fortified with folic acid, fortified cereals and juices, legumes and pulses and oranges.
Found mainly in animal-based products like meats, dairy and seafood.
This mineral is present in foods like wheat germ, pumpkin seeds and nuts.
This mighty mineral is found in cocoa (yes dark chocolate is a healthy food when eaten in moderation and with a level of 60% plus of cocoa), also in avocado and bananas.
Nutrients needed to help repair damage to DNA are:
Vitamin B3 or Niacin
Found in peanuts, mushrooms, sunflower seeds and some animal products like chicken.
A double dipper when it comes to importance to the health.
See my blog for the full piece!