Between 10 and 15% of our total energy intake should come from proteins.Read more
Although it is the disease that claims the most lives in Colombia and in much of the world, cardiovascular alterations are largely preventable.Read more
When you let too much time pass between meals, your blood sugar can peak and lead to an increase in hunger and a loss of control over your meals.Read more
Biting your nails, sucking on citrus fruits in their most acid state, whether it is an orange or a lemon, cutting thread or opening soda cans with your teeth are some of the most harmful habits that cause wear in the long term.
In sauce, oil, beans, milk and even flour, you can find the soybean seal, originating in China. An opportunity to consume it, make it part of your daily life and experience its nutritional benefits.Read more
Due to their effectiveness in soothing headaches, muscle aches, reducing fever and some infections, NSAIDs, or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (such as ibuprofen, naproxen or diclofenac), are some of the most frequently used medicines throughout the world.Read more
When we talk about fats, it is hard for many not to associate them with a risk to human health.
Palliative care is currently considered to be a specialty that involves fully caring for the body, mind and spirit of a terminally ill patient, and providing support for their family regardless of the illness.Read more