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Science proclaims Beetroot as a Performance Booster

Science proclaims Beetroot as a Performance Booster

If you are fresh in the morning and start the day with a homemade freshly squeezed juice – then it is a good idea to add beets. Studies show that nature’s best source when it comes to increasing physical performance is beetroot juice. The juice streamlines your oxygen consumption during training, and this means that you can train at the same level, but keep the intensity for a longer time – or you can intensify the workout because your muscles use the oxygen more efficiently.

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A Dose of Healthy Sunshine, Please!

A Dose of Healthy Sunshine, Please!

Do you remember to get outside and get a dose of healthy sunshine? When it comes to health, there are actually some very simple routines that are important to keep in mind. It is very important to eat lots of vegetables, fruits, and carbohydrates for optimal health. But what is also important is to go outside and feel the sun.

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Why is some Fat Bad for You?

Why is some Fat Bad for You?

In this article we will only get into the bad fats and why it’s bad for you. The reasons in this article are also the reasons why we at our restaurant PLANT POWER FOOD choose not to use oily & fried foods – and why we focus on non-refined foods high in healthy fat & grains.

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The Way We Are Designed to Eat

The Way We Are Designed to Eat

When you want to eat the way you are designed to eat it is important to ensure that the majority of food is plant-based. Eating meat may have been natural in the past and is still common in the United States, Europe, and some of Asia. But it is easy to forget that most developing countries assume that meat is inherently unhealthy, both for the health of our environment and for that of animals.

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