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12 resultados para 'mineral'

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16:29

LifeStyle

Food and drinks are to contain ten per cent less sugar, fat and salt

ALFONSO TORICES

...in sugar, fat and salt in preferential positions. They will also raise the presence of mineral waters in drinks machines from 30 per cent to 45 per cent. Another revolutionary measure, if everyone complies with the agreement, will be in the sector

12:19

LifeStyle

Fake news that's easy to swallow

JAVIER GUILLENEA

...the USA, it has become fashionable to drink water which has been collected directly from springs and then bottled and distributed without being treated or filtered. It costs more than mineral water. People there say that this untreated water, as well

16:21

LifeStyle

Is Guinness good for your health?

Tony Bryant

...drinking Guinness - which contains calcium - in moderation can help improve bone mineral density. Another article published by the Institute of Brewing claimed that a pint of stout is full of nutrients such as all of the B vitamins, with the exception of

11:07

LifeStyle

Cost-free benefits for body and mind

Nieves Castro

...the lower limbs to recover. Because of the amount of mineral salts and trace elements it contains, the sea is a major source of benefits for the health of our bodies. 2. The sea breeze helps to control anxiety Being on the beach makes you feel

13:16

LifeStyle

An underground jewel

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

...visitors are led down steps to the third level - which is at sea level - to access the platform from which the 'treasure cave', the interior of the huge diode, can be seen through a glass panel. When the dissolution of a mineral cools very slowly, the

13:43

LifeStyle

Five diets with the backing of science

ELENA MARTÍN LÓPEZ

...between five and seven kilos a week, but at the cost of numerous risks for health, such as vitamin and mineral deficiencies, low blood pressure and sugar levels, hunger and anxiety. Those who follow this diet burn fewer calories than normal, as the basal

10:52

LifeStyle

Salt, the magic mineral of the kitchen

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

Salt is the alpha and omega of the kitchen. This edible mineral, sodium chloride, is essential for our survival, and so we are prepared to identify its presence in food as something pleasant. Salt is one of the basic flavours detected by the taste

15:07

Travel

Riotinto, where a colourful river attracted "fools" from around the world

alekk m. saanders

...world's largest deposits of the mineral pyrite, which also has the name "fool's gold" or "oro de tontos" in Spanish. Technically, "fool's gold" is known as iron sulfide containing a combination of sulphur with iron and copper. Due to its metallic shine,

15:09

Travel

A town and a river for April Fools - in Huelva

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

Andalusian town of Lepe for some unaccountable reason was elected in irreverent folklore to serve as a centre of innocent stupidity. In the same province , Huelva, even the typical mineral from the river Tinto, pyrite, is called "fool's gold". Laughing at

17:36

LifeStyle

'We are more vulnerable and people want to make money out of that'

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...myths relating to vaccines. These pseudotherapies mainly arise when illnesses occur which are difficult to cure, or which affect children, and difficult conditions, such as autism. The MMS (miracle mineral supplement) is one example. But coronavirus is a