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What is different with our meals

  Same Meals. Different Options. Px Plate is now offering Standard meals and Optimal Meals.   Enjoy 2 options to choose from for your  meals.     What is a standard meal? Standard meals are meals made for everyone with the aim to provide a healthy meal option for all. These meals: 1.  Have less than 500 kcal 2. Have general nutritional value for everyone 3. Do not require you sign up for an account Order Now     What is a optimal meal? Optimal meals are meals designed precisely for your nutritional needs. The following is taken into account when preparing…

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6 Facts About Your Gut Bacteria That You Will Wish You Knew Earlier

    1. There are more bacteria in you than cells in your body. Sounds difficult to believe, but the number of bacteria in your body are 10x superior than the number of cells. The human body contains trillions of microorganisms, that may weigh from 1 to 3kg. Most of them are located in the large intestine. What’s more surprising than that is you have 100 times more bacterial genes in your body than human genes!   2. The profile of your gut bacteria will decide whether you are healthy or not Diarrhoea is a very well-known consequence of a…

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Fibre – why we focus so much in it?

Types of Fibre There are two types of dietary fibre—soluble and insoluble. Soluble fibre dissolves in water and is found in a variety of fruits, vegetables, legumes, and grains. Good sources of soluble fibre are oats, oat bran, oatmeal, oranges, apples, dried beans, flaxseeds, barley, rye flour and Brussels sprouts. Insoluble fibre does not dissolve in water and is found in grain brans, fruit pulp, and vegetable peels and skins. Good sources of insoluble fibre are wheat bran, whole wheat products, cereals made from bran or shredded wheat, crunchy vegetables, barley, grains, whole wheat pasta, and rye flour.     “Found only in…

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