Trans Fat or Margarine

trans fat

Margarine is a fat that is chemically saturated but is an unsaturated vegetable fat in origin. Margarine is similar to butter but much cheaper. It is produced from the cheapest vegetable oil (unsaturated). That is, the molecules of the oil …

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How to gain muscle mass

how to build muscles

Any training with weights is a shock for the body. After such a training, the body begins recovery processes. It rebuilds old muscle fibers, and builds up a small supply of muscle fibers in case of the repetiton of such …

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How to lose weight fast

how to lose fat fast

The issue of losing weight worries both men and girls. If in ancient times people did not have the opportunity to eat a lot and without restrictions, but in the modern world we have received such an opportunity. Therefore, now …

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The right sources of fats for athletes

the right sources of fats

Both animal foods and plant foods contain both saturated and unsaturated fats. But in animal food, saturated fatty acids most often predominate, and unsaturated ones dominate in plant food. The sources of unsaturated fat Vegetable oils are the main source …

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Saturated and Unsaturated Fats


Fats (also triglycerides) are the main component of your body’s cells. In addition to the structural function, they also perform an energy function which is the preservation of energy reserves in fat cells. Fats are a kind of lubricant for …

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Animal and Plant Protein

animal plant protein

Protein is the main building material of the body. The main source of protein is the food you eat. Protein, in the human body, is needed to build new muscle fibers as well as to repair damaged tissue. And protein …

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Simple and Complex Carbohydrates


Carbohydrates are the body’s main source of energy. The main source of carbohydrates is the food you eat. When carbohydrates come the human body, they are broken down into molecules (simple or complex). Which are further carried through the cells …

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Glycemic Index

glycemic index

The glycemic index is the ability of a carbohydrate to raise blood glucose (sugar) levels. This indicator measures the amount of glucose in the blood after the decay of the carbohydrate, not the time it takes to decay the carbohydrate. …

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