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Diet Programs Delivery in Hong Kong

How it works

Diet Programs Delivery in Hong Kong

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  • 02.08.17 0 Posted By Eatology

    Gluten - to avoid or not?

     

     

     

    From going sugar free, dairy free, soy free etc, gluten is another item that’s been added to the growing list of food ingredients that we should be ‘free’ of.

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  • 31.07.17 0 Posted By Eatology

    Eatology Nutrition Consultation

     

     

     

    With such an overload of nutritional information out there from the media, it can be difficult to navigate what’s accurate and what’s not.

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  • 27.07.17 0 Posted By Eatology

    Sports Nutrition: Carbs

     

     

     

    Getting enough carbohydrates in your diet can ensure that you glycogen stores are adequate to provide you with the energy you need.

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  • 20.07.17 1 Posted By Eatology

    Sports Nutrition: Protein

     

     

     

    Whether you are a professional atheletes or someone who regularly does exercise, eating well can improve your performance and help you recover quickly.

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  • 18.07.17 0 Posted By Eatology

    What is the glycemic index

     

     

     

    You might have noticed a number of food proudly displaying the “Low GI” label on its packaging. What exactly are low GI foods?

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  • 27.06.17 0 Posted By Eatology

    Will eating fat make me fat?

     

     

     

    There’s this big ol’ myth out there that refuses to die, and it goes something like “eating fat makes me fat”. Does it really tip the scale upwards?

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  • 11.06.17 0 Posted By Eatology

    Is coconut oil overhyped?

     

     

     

    Remember in the 90s when coconut oil was viewed as the villain of heart disease and obesity? So, how did the bad guy suddenly become the superhero of the 2010?

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  • 08.06.17 0 Posted By Eatology

    Make the DASH to lower your blood pressure

     

     

     

    DASH means Dietary Approach to Stop Hypertension, which is a diet that has been scientifically proven to be effective to treat and/or prevent hypertension.  

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  • 04.06.17 0 Posted By Eatology

    Tips for Eating Out

     

     

     

    If you tend to eat out quite a lot or have a lot of business meetings in restaurants, then this article might just be perfect for you!  

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  • 31.05.17 0 Posted By Eatology

    Can eating too much sweets cause diabetes?

     

     

     

    You may have heard that a person with diabetes should limit how much sugar they eat, but does eating too much sugar make you diabetic?  

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