Nutrition

Nutrition

Nutrition for Healthy Bones
Maintaining bone health is easier than you might believe. Understanding dietary patterns, exercising regularly, and living a healthier lifestyle can impact bone mass later in life.
Why Is Chocolate Good for You?
Chocolate has a bad reputation because of its high fat and sugar content. However, there's no need to feel guilty when biting into a piece of chocolate. Behind its negative reputation, such as causing acne, obesity, high blood pressure, diabetes, or toothaches, this delicious snack has many health benefits.
8 Unhealthy "Healthy Foods"
Low-fat. Low-carb. Gluten-free. These phrases are typically found on products marketed as "healthy foods." But are these products truly healthy?
Instant Noodles Never Fail. But Is It Healthy?
The World Instant Noodles Association (WINA) reported a startling statistic about instant noodle consumption in 2022: Indonesia has become the world's second-largest consumer of instant noodles, with 13.27 billion servings per year. This position is directly beneath China.
Pregnancy Nutritional Needs
A married woman casually hopes for a double-red line. When this occurs, joy is unlocked and then mixed with worry. They must prepare for pregnancy. What is most important is to plan the nutritional intake.
The Power of Green Vegetables for Your Health
"Why do we have to eat vegetables?" Non-vegetarians frequently ask this question, whether or not they are aware of its many advantages. How about you? Do you know which green vegetables are most nutritious to eat?
Be Mindful of Your After-Meal Drinking Habits
What drink do you typically order when dining out? Tea, juice, or coffee? In Indonesia, these three drinks are commonly served as a complement to dishes. The effectiveness of nutrient absorption is determined by the type of drink we consume. So, what should you drink?
Foods that Help You With Hair Loss
Do you regularly find strands of hair everywhere around you? On combs, floors, or in the bathroom drain. Wait there; don't panic! Although it looks scary, losing 50–100 strands of hair per day is still considered normal because the average adult head has 100,000–150,000 hairs.