Recently some authors and nutritionists give in their opinion some codifications to the traditional model of each section of the pyramid and even better approximate its conceptualization to the daily life of the table, giving it plate shape. Continue reading THE PLATE OF PORTIONS



One of the primary circulatory diseases in symptomatic pictures is hypertension is high blood pressure. Because the heart can propel into the large arteries a greater volume of blood than small arterioles and capillaries can absorb, resulting retrograde pressure is exerted against the arteries. Any condition that dilates blood vessels or contract, or affect their elasticity, or any disease that interferes with the pumping function of the heart, affects blood pressure. In healthy people, blood pressure ranges from 80/45 in infants, about 120/80 at age 30, and up to 140/85 at the age of 40 years. This increase occurs when … Continue reading FOOD HEALTH AND REDUCING BLOOD


The conditions or diseases that are considered treatable by botanical medicine and traditional medicine, which originate from poor nutrition are many and we set out below. Among the most common autoimmune diseases are those caused by food allergies that cause itching or itching from skin that suffers from redness of the skin, tachycardia and even sudden diarrhea episodes. This group of diseases are caused by the foods we eat and its treatment is based on controlling one or more foods that have the allergen that triggers immediate symptoms. In the case of food allergies in general can come produced by … Continue reading READY FOR ANSWERS AUTOIMMUNE


Definitely is the process for the urinary system, which plays an important role in the regulation of fluid and electrolyte balance and acid-base balance of the body. Here the bladder is filled and clear amber liquid to the point that the nerves send signals to the bladder to contract, forcing us to go to the bathroom to expel the urine out of the body through the urethra. Nephrons in the kidneys back into the bloodstream proteins, salts, glucose, calcium and other nutrients selected our meals, to maintain an adequate level of blood composition. The kidneys also secrete hormones that regulate … Continue reading KIDNEY AND URINE


Passing the stomach, the bolus is received by the secretion of gastric juice, which is a liquid acid secreting certain glands of the stomach membrane containing pepsin. It is believed that mucosal surface of the stomach is stimulated naturally from the time when the smell of food or perceived by the naked eye. This bag-shaped body provides a hormone called gastrin, which originates from the bottom of the stomach called pyloric end. Contraction waves that originate in the central area of ​​the body, can occur with a frequency of three contractions per minute. However, overeating, excessive intake of harmful food, … Continue reading WHAT IS A GASTROINTESTINAL BALANCE?