Eliza Shares some Interesting Food Facts

/Eliza Shares some Interesting Food Facts

Eliza Shares some Interesting Food Facts

Eliza Freney brings with her a wealth and breadth of information about eating for our best health outcomes. Eliza has shared with us some interesting FOOD FACTS 🙂 that may surprise you, or remind you.

imagesQuinoa is a seed native to Peru that is naturally gluten free and contains all 8 essential amino acids making it a complete vegetarian protein source. It also contains essential vitamins and minerals such as calcium, phosphorous & iron. It can be used as an alternative to grains such as rice and pasta, as well as in salads.

doesn’t taste the same to every individual. It contains a compound that depending on your taste buds will taste bitter to some and tasteless to others. How bizarre!

Try new foods It can take up to 20 exposures to a new food before you acquire a taste for it.
So try, try and try again.

Kids & Taste Infants have around 30,000 taste buds in their mouth. By adulthood these are reduced to about a third and are concentrated mainly on the tongue. The taste of food for kids is seriously amplified, this explains why a lot of baby food is bland & kids should not have added salt or sugar.

source-cosmin4000-cc-by-nc-nd-istockphotoMuscles are extra sensitive to protein synthesis up to 48 hours post resistance training. Drip-feed muscles with small, more frequent hits of protein to increase muscle volume and strength.

Vegetable spotlight:

Brussels Sprouts- 3 ways

  • Raw and Shaved in a salad for a coleslaw twist
  • Stir-fried with chopped almonds + bacon pieces
  • Roasted with garlic, olive oil. ground cumin and a dash of organic honey

Did you know 70% of people overestimate their daily energy intake?

Want to know how to better plan your daily food?

Are you looking for an edge in your sports performance?

Sports Dietitian Eliza Freney can provide the solution to enhancing your nutrition. Book now via Advanz Therapies.

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Advanz Health2018-06-21T15:53:18+00:00February 25th, 2016|Blog, Exercise and training|