This project is easy to achieve with basic kitchen materials and it’s embedded with all sorts of opportunities for introducing the scientific method (in short: asking scientific questions, making predictions, and conducting an experiment).
Especialistas europeos en el estudio de nuevos patógenos que afectan a producciones hortícolas se han reunido en Tenerife para exponer los resultados de un programa que analiza enfermedades de repercusión internacional en cultivos de zanahorias y...
El trabajo se desarrolló con el objetivo de determinar, de forma práctica, los coeficientes de cultivo (Kc) más apropiados según el efecto en el rendimiento y sus componentes, para realizar la programación de riego del apio y el perejil en...
En su primera colaboración, Andrés Sierra nos presenta un acercamiento amplio en torno al apio, uno de los alimentos más saludables y accesibles cuyas propiedaes terapeúticas han ido descubriéndose paulatinamente.
Vania Gutiérrez Flores's insight:
Un buen artículo que resalta las propiedades como hipotensor del apio. Además está bien fundamentado.
While many foods taste great, they are also powerful healers in a vibrant multicolor disguise. The best healing remedies also taste fabulous (I can’t say that about any prescription medications). Plus, foods won’t cause the nasty common side effects that most drugs cause. 1. CherriesMuraleedharan Nair, PhD, professor of natural products and chemistry at Michigan State University, found that tart cherry extract is ten times more effective than aspirin at relieving inflammation. Only two tablespoons of the concentrated juice need to be taken daily for effective results. Sweet cherries have also been found to be effective. 2. Blackberries 3. Raspberries 4. Blueberries and 5. StrawberriesDr. Nair later found the same anti-pain compound in berries like blackberries, raspberries, blueberries and strawberries 6. Celery and Celery SeedsJames Duke, Ph.D., author of The Green Pharmacy, found more than 20 anti-inflammatory compounds in celery and celery seeds, including a substance called apigenin, which is powerful in its anti-inflammatory action. Add celery seeds to soups, stews or as a salt substitute in many recipes. 7. GingerGinger reduces pain-causing prostaglandin levels in the body and has been widely used in India to treat pain and inflammation. A study by Indian researchers found that when people who were suffering from muscular pain were given ginger, they all experienced improvement. The recommended dosage of ginger is between 500 and 1,000 milligrams per day. If you’re taking medications, check with your health practitioner for possible herb-drug interactions. 8. TurmericTurmeric (curcuma longa) is the yellow spice commonly used in Indian curries. In research it has been shown to be a more effective anti-inflammatory than steroid medications when dealing with acute inflammation. Its main therapeutic ingredient is curcumin. Research shows that curcumin suppresses pain through a similar mechanism as drugs like COX-1 and COX-2 inhibitors (without the harmful side effects). Choose a standardized extract with 1500 mg of curcumin content per day. 9. Flax Seeds and Flax OilFreshly-ground flax seeds and cold-pressed flax oil contain plentiful amounts of fatty acids known as Omega-3s. Do not cook with flax oil otherwise it will have the opposite effect-irritating the body’s tissues and causing pain. 10. Raw Walnuts and Walnut OilRaw walnuts and walnut oil also contain the same powerful Omega-3 fatty acids that fight pain and inflammation in the body. When it comes to pain, food really is the best medicine.
The aim of this study was to develop a minimally processed product added with vitamin E, from celery (Apium graveolens L. var. sweet), using matrix engineering as methodology to obtain functional foods.
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