Whey Protein – Good for Healthy Aging

Whey Protein
Whey Protein

Sarcopenia affects a slice of the population that is growing, and fast. By the year 2050, the world’s population of people aged 60 years and over is expected to triple. The growing elderly population, and the indications that protein intake may be linked to preserving muscle mass and strength, it’s easy to see how there could be a prominent place for protein in the healthy-aging market. High-protein diets have also been found to be associated with reduced instances of sarcopenia in older adults. The current recommended dietary allowance (RDA) of protein is 0.8 g per kg of body weight, and studies have suggested that almost 40% of people over the age of 70 fail to meet this level of protein intake. This creates a significant opportunity to develop convenient, tasty, and healthy food and drink products that help seniors get more high-quality protein into their diet and prevent or even slow down the development of sarcopenia. Continue reading “Whey Protein – Good for Healthy Aging”


Calories in Fatburger

fatburger calories

Food Item Servings Calories Fat (gm) Carbs (gm) Protein (gm)
Float, Big Fat 1 container 390 12 73 3
Shakes, Chocolate 1 container 910 45 115 14
Shakes, Cookies & Ice Cream 1 container 1180 59 163 18
Shakes, Maui-Banana 1 container 940 44 126 13
Shakes, Peanut Butter 1 container 950 53 114 14
Shakes, Strawberry 1 container 880 44 111 14
Shakes, Vanilla 1 container 890 44 113 13
CONDIMENTS Servings Calories Fat (gm) Carbs (gm) Protein (gm)
Bacon 1 slice 80 7 0 7
Cheese, American 1 serving 70 5 1 5
Cheese, American, Kingburger 1 serving 150 11 1 9
Cheese, Cheddar 1 serving 110 9 1 7
Chili 1 serving 50 3 2 4
Egg 1 serving 90 7 0 6
SALADS Servings Calories Fat (gm) Carbs (gm) Protein (gm)
Wedge, with Chicken, without dressing 1 salad 210 6 8 33
Wedge, without dressing 1 salad 60 3.5 5 5
SANDWICHES Servings Calories Fat (gm) Carbs (gm) Protein (gm)
Burgers, Baby Fat 1 burger 400 21 37 17
Burgers, Fatburger 1 burger 590 31 46 33
Burgers, Fatburger, without bun 1 burger 410 29 10 28
Burgers, Kingburger 1 burger 850 41 69 50
Burgers, Turkeyburger 1 burger 480 21 50 26
Burgers, Veggieburger 1 burger 510 20 60 33
Hot Dogs, Chili Cheese 1 chili dog 480 27 35 24
Hot Dogs, Regular 1 hot dog 320 15 32 13
Sandwiches, Bacon & Egg 1 sandwich 350 16 37 18
Sandwiches, Crispy Chicken 1 sandwich 560 27 53 26
Sandwiches, Fish 1 sandwich 560 31 55 20
Sandwiches, Grilled Chicken 1 sandwich 430 14 42 33
Sandwiches, Sausage & Egg 1 sandwich 780 53 47 27
Sandwiches, Spicy Chicken 1 sandwich 520 21 58 26
Lettuce 1 serving 5 0 1 0
Mayonnaise 1 serving 90 10 1 0
Mustard 1 serving 5 0 0 0
Onions 1 serving 5 0 1 0
Onions, Grilled 1 serving 120 14 1 0
Pickles 1 serving 5 0 1 0
Pickles, Kingburger 1 serving 5 0 1 0
Relish 1 serving 20 0 5 0
Sauce, Wing 1 serving 50 3.5 6 0
Tomato 1 serving 5 0 1 0
Tomato, Kingburger 1 serving 5 0 2 0
SIDES Servings Calories Fat (gm) Carbs (gm) Protein (gm)
Chili Cup 1 cup 200 11 10 16
Chili Cup, with Cheese & Onions 1 serving 320 20 12 23
Fat Fries 1 serving 380 18 47 6
Fat Fries, Chili 1 serving 480 24 52 14
Fat Fries, Chili Cheese 1 serving 590 33 53 21
Onion Rings 1 serving 540 29 64 7
Skinny Fries 1 serving 390 15 58 4
Skinny Fries, Chili 1 serving 490 21 63 12
Skinny Fries, Chili Cheese 1 serving 600 30 64 19

Calories in Coffee


Coffee is a popular hot drink enjoyed by millions of people worldwide,it is a brewed beverage prepared from the roasted or baked seeds of several species of an evergreen shrub of the genus Coffea. It is a beverage made by percolation, infusion, or decoction from the roasted and ground seeds of a coffee plant. According to the USDA nutrient database, an 8 ounce cup of coffee (brewed from grounds) has just 2 Calories, once you start adding things like sugar, milk and flavorings coffee can be transformed from almost no calories to many calories very quickly.

Coffee Facts

  1. People who regularly drank coffee actually had a somewhat lower risk of death from cardiovascular disease than those who rarely drank coffee.
  2. Coffee consumption may protect against type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, liver cancer, and liver cirrhosis
  3. Caffeine can specifically increase the burning of fat, by as much as 10% in obese individuals and 29% in lean people
  4. It also appears to improve cognitive function and decrease the risk of depression.
  5. Drinking coffee is associated with a 20% lower risk of death in men and a 26% lower risk of death in women, over a period of 18-24 years
  6. High consumption of unfiltered coffee (boiled or espresso) has been associated with mild elevations in cholesterol levels.

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Calories in Sushi


What is Sushi

Sushi is the most famous Japanese dish outside of Japan, and it is also one of the most popular dishes among the Japanese themselves. Cold rice dressed with vinegar, formed into any of various shapes, and garnished especially with bits of raw seafood or vegetables. Sushi is not equal to raw fish. Raw fish is called sashimi and is not the same as sushi. Sushi indicates foods that use rice seasoned with rice vinegar. In Japan, sushi is usually enjoyed on special occasions, such as a celebration.  Nowadays sushi can be defined as a dish containing rice which has been prepared with sushi vinegar. There are many different types of sushi. Some popular ones are as follows:-

  1. Small rice balls with fish, shellfish, etc. on top. There are countless varieties of nigirizushi, some of the most common ones being tuna, shrimp, eel, squid, octopus and fried egg.
  2. Small cups made of sushi rice and dried seaweed filled with seafood, etc. There are countless varieties of gunkanzushi, some of the most common ones being sea urchin and various kinds of fish eggs.
  3. Sushi rice and seafood, etc. rolled in dried seaweed sheets. There are countless varieties of sushi rolls differing in ingredients and thickness. Sushi rolls prepared “inside out” are very popular outside of Japan, but rarely found in Japan.
  4. Temakizushi (literally: hand rolls) are cones made of nori seaweed and filled with sushi rice, seafood and vegetables.
  5. Oshizushi. Oshizushi is pressed sushi, in which the fish is pressed onto the sushi rice in a wooden box.
  6. Inari. Inarizushi is a simple and inexpensive type of sushi, in which sushi rice is filled into aburaage (deep fried tofu) bags.
  7. Chirashi. Chirashizushi is a dish in which seafood, mushroom and vegetables are spread over sushi rice. It can resemble domburi with the difference being that chirashizushi uses sushi rice while domburi uses regular, unseasoned rice.

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Calories, Fat, Carbs and Protein in Eggs

Calories, Fat, Carbs and Protein in Eggs

White Eggs

The default color of eggs is white (that of the calcium carbonate from which the shells are made), but some birds, mainly passerines, produce colored eggs. Commercially, the term ‘egg’ refers to hen’s eggs. Eggs of ducks, geese, quails, ostriches are also sold in market. There are different types of eggs, some 0f  it are as follows:-

  • Herbal Eggs. Produced by layers or hens fed on herbs
  • Organic Eggs.  Produced by layers or hens fed on organic feed.
  • Omega-3 Eggs. Hens and Layers are fed on predominantly Omega-3 rich Feed.
  • Free Range Eggs. Hens are not raised in cages, they are allowed to feed in barn or farmyard.
  • Poultry Eggs. Produced for consumption in poultry farms
  • Country Eggs. Eggs obtained from country Hens
  1. Eggs – Whole, raw (Generic)

Serving Size: 1 cup (4.86 large eggs),

  • Calories: 357.2,
  • Fat: 24.2g,
  • Carbs: 1.9g,
  • Protein: 30.6g

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Bad Foods for Autism (ASD) Patients


Early Signs of Autism

Foods to be Avoided by Autism Patients

It is best for the Autism Patient to modify their diet and try a blend of a variety of foods, supplements and medication to control the symptoms. Foods that create problem should be avoided:-

  1. Food Sensitivity. Many children with autism have food sensitivities, due to abnormalities in their digestive and/or immune systems. If food is not fully digested into individual sugars, amino acids, etc., then the partly digested food can cause the immune system in the gut to react to those foods. This reaction is much more likely to occur if there is
    inflammation of the gut. Continue reading “Bad Foods for Autism (ASD) Patients”

Weight Loss – Protein, Fat and Carb Intake

Our diet chiefly constitute of Proteins, Fats and Carbohydrates. Various Diet programs recommend different ratios of Proteins, Fats and carbohydrates. Comparison of various weight loss programs is listed below, so that you can choose a Diet Program that suits your dietary preferences and Life Style.

Comparison of Dietary Recommendations
Comparison of Dietary Recommendations

Hair Fall, Loss of Hair and Baldness

Strong Hair
Healthy Hair

Loss of Hair

Hair grow up around 1 centimeter per month. About 90 percent of the hair on your scalp is growing at any one time, while about remaining 10 percent of the hair is in a resting phase. the resting hair falls out and new hair starts to grow in its place after about 3 to 4 months. It is normal to shed some hair each day, as part of this cycle, losing about 100 hairs a day is normal. However, some people may experience more than normal hair loss.

 Hair Loss Causes

  • Genetics. If you have parents or family members that suffer from hair loss, there is an enormous likelihood that you will experience the same destiny. One can delay this process by keeping your hair and scalp healthy.
  • Illness. Hair loss may occur as part of an underlying disease, such as lupus, thyroid or diabetes. Since hair loss may be an early sign of a disease, it is important to find the cause so that it can be treated.
  • Hormonal changes.  Hormonal problems may cause hair loss. If your thyroid gland is overactive or under active, your hair may fall out. This hair loss usually can be helped by treatment thyroid disease. Hair loss may occur if male or female hormones, known as androgen’s and estrogen’s, are out of balance. Correcting the hormone imbalance may stop your hair loss.
  • Medication. Some medicines can cause hair loss. This type of hair loss improves when you stop taking the medicine. Medicines that can cause hair loss include blood thinners (also called anticoagulants), medicines used for gout, high blood pressure or heart problems, vitamin A (in excess only), birth control pills and antidepressants.
  • Diet. diets that are deficient in proteins may lead to severe health issues which may also affect hair health. This is why most shampoos and hair loss treatments are fortified with hair proteins and important vitamins like vitamin A, B complex and E that are needed to grow new hair.
  • Stress. Life altering stress or acute anxiety could lead to physiologic changes including hair thinning, changes in hair quality and ultimately hair loss.
  • Stretching your Hair. If you wear ponytails or cornrows or use tight hair rollers, the pull on your hair can cause a type of hair loss called traction alopecia.
  • Chemicals.  Use of chemicals to color or treat hair may also show the way to hair thinning and hair loss.

Hair Loss in Women

Whatever may be the cause, thinning hair is naturally a source of concern. Hair loss in women may have various causes, wide variety of factors can attribute towards Hair Loss in Women, these can be both common and unusual.

  • Any of the above mentioned causes
  • Disease
  • Stress (mental or physical),
  • Hormone fluctuations
  • Hormone Imbalance
  • Side effects of Medication

 Hair Loss Treatment and Prevention

  • Diet. Balanced Diet is important for hair health. Good overall body health is the key because if your body is not healthy your hair will become dry, brittle and easily broken. A good amount of protein, calcium, vitamins A, and C and folic acid is good.
  • Disease. Problems with your health often lead to hair loss. Anemia, thyroid disease, hormonal imbalance, vitamin deficiency or excess can cause hair loss. It is important to know, what is causing your hair loss and treat it.
  • Keep the scalp clean and moisturized. Make certain to keep your hair clean, use moisturizers with shampoo and conditioners. Excessive hair washing can actually cause more hair loss. once a day or even once every other day is alright. Use mild shampoos
  • Avoid Hot Shower. Very hot water removes too much of the essential oil from the hair and scalp and leads to dryness.
  • Comb. At all times use broad toothed and blunt headed comb preferably of wood. Do not comb your hair when wet. If you have a long hair, comb your hair from root to the tips as it aides in untangling.
  • Avoid Strong Chemicals. Repeatedly coloring or perming hair can leave it damaged, dry, and dull.
  • Avoid Pulling Hair. A stretched cap or a ponytail can also cause damage to the cuticle and result in hair breakage.
  • Scalp Care. Keep scalp healthy by regular moisturizing with good products and proper massages. Dry scalp causes noticeable dandruff.
  • Use Good Quality Products. Avoid using cheap and questionable men’s hair products. These products are the main reason bad hair health.

Protein – Eat and Reduce Weight

Protein and Weight Loss/ Weight Control

What is Protein

High Protein Food

Protein is one of the basic building blocks of the human body, making up about 16 percent of our total body weight. Muscle, hair, skin, and connective tissue are mainly made up of protein. Protein plays a major role in all of the cells and most of the fluids in our bodies. Many of our bodies’ important chemicals, enzymes, hormones, neurotransmitters, and even our DNA are partially made up of protein. Proteins are made up of smaller units called amino acids. Our bodies cannot manufacture nine of the amino acids, so it is important to include all these amino acids in our diets. Animal proteins such as meat, eggs, and dairy products have all the amino acids, and many plants have some of them.

Requirement of Protein

The recommended daily Protein requirements for humans are derived from “ideal body weight”. The ideal body weight is calculated based on height and varies slightly for men and women. Our protein requirements can also be expressed in terms of total caloric intake. The world health organization and many national health agencies have independently conducted studies, which conclude our daily protein requirement should be in between 15% to 20 % of our daily caloric intake.

  •  Infants require about 10 grams a day.
  •  Teenage boys need up to 52 grams a day.
  •  Teenage girls need 46 grams a day.
  • Adult men need about 56 grams a day.
  •  Adult women need about 46 grams a day.
High Protein Low Fat Foods

Protein and Weight Loss

Increasing protein from 15% to 30% of total calories and reducing fat from 35% to 20% of calories can result in Sustained Weight Loss. If we stop eating protein, our body would start to break down muscle for its needs within a day or so. We should try to reduce Fat rather than Protein.

Recommended Protein Requirement

Minimum Daily Protein Requirement: W.H.O. recommends 0.45 grams of protein per kilogram of ideal body weight per day.

Maximum Daily Protein Requirement: US RDA recommends 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of ideal body weight per day.

High Protein Non Animal Fat Foods

High Protein Non Animal Fat Foods

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