Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Foods That Can Counteract The Toxic Pollution

Before we discuss some foods that can counteract the toxic pollution. We know a lot of toxic pollution that has spread in our environment, from toxic pesticides in food to motor vehicle fumes. Basically, almost no way we can avoid exposure to harmful pollutants. Some toxic compounds are released into the environment is also difficult to unravel direct. 
For example, compounds polychlorinated biphenyls or PCBs are prohibited in use today still persist in the environment. PCB dangerous if it enters the body because it can trigger the formation of free radicals and inflammation. To help reduce the adverse effects of chemicals in the body, you should eat less processed food, and multiply the foods that contain omega-3.
• Eggs
Eggs are rich in protein and omega-3. Chicken eggs raised naturally contains 2 times more omega-3 than eggs sold in stores. Moreover, local farms that provide organic feed material risk of exposure to pesticides or genetically engineered smaller.
• Canary seed
A quarter cup of walnuts contains 160 calories sufficient to provide the needs of omega-3 fatty acids for a day. Walnuts contain ALA, omega-3 precursor in the body which is then converted into fatty acids. In addition to walnuts, flax seeds also contain similar nutrients.
• Salmon
Lots of fish rich in omega-3 content, but many are also contaminated with mercury and PCBs. Wild salmon in cold water is the most fish contain omega-3.
• Vegetable oil
Unlike the saturated fats are bad for the body, monounsaturated fats are found mainly in vegetable oils are good fats and essential for the body. Olive oil and rapeseed oil contains monounsaturated fat.
• Beans and nuts
One cup of soy beans or kidney beans containing 200-1000 milligrams of omega-3. Four ounces of tofu contains about 0.4 grams of omega-3. Soy milk also contains omega-3.
• Sardines
Sardines are rich in DHA and EPA even though abortion is not as much as salmon. Because sardines are loaded with sodium, balance diet with fruits and vegetables are low in sodium.
• Canola oil
Canola oil contains 1,300 mg of omega-3 per tablespoon and more than olive oil.


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