Vitamin K1 (phylloquinone or phytomenadione) is a group of chemicals of plant origin that are similar to each other by features and properties. This vitamin plays the role of a protector of the skin, blood and internal organs. In the early twentieth century, a scientist from Denmark, Henrik Dam, conducted research on chickens to determine the effect of cholesterol deficiency in chicks.
Vitamin B5 is a structural component of the key substance of metabolism - coenzyme A, which is involved in all types of metabolism - protein, lipid, carbohydrate, in the synthesis of hemoglobin, choline, the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, corticosteroids, hormones of the adrenal cortex and in the processes of detoxification of the body by transferring acyl residues.
This grass got the unusual name catnip because of the fact that it was very chosen by representatives of the cat family. They are magnetically drawn to this beautiful and fragrant plant. In ancient times, catnip was attributed to magical properties and otherworldly forces. It was believed that such a plant has power over any animal.
September usually still pampers with warm weather, but everyone understands that this is already the beginning of a period of colds, rains and colds. But if we can’t influence nature, then everyone can take care of their immunity. In order for the autumn to go away without colds and SARS, we must now make some changes to our diet and lifestyle.
Saffron or "red gold" is the most expensive food in the world. With an average world price of $ 6,000 per kilogram of saffron, its value can even reach $ 35,000. Since time immemorial, in the countries of the Middle East it has been used as a kind of checkbook: it was possible to pay for any product or service with it.
Everywhere we hear that fish is very healthy and people should eat it at least twice a week. At the same time, sea researchers say that not all fish are suitable for cooking - many species accumulate harmful substances in their bodies. So which fish to choose to be tasty and healthy?