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Best Health Tricks Provided By Honey And Garlic

The increasing consumerism has made us victims to unnecessary health defaults in an inevitable way. People take recourse to several health-related tips and tricks with the simple motive to live a bit longer and healthier. There is hardly any man on earth who would want to be diagnosed with major deficiencies.


Considering the increasing demand, lesser supply, and increasing the price of medicines, it is best to be safe than sorry. Homemade remedies passed down through generations are not simply stories. They are intrinsically valuable and help the body to function efficiently.  With a hundred percent natural guarantee, one hardly needs to bother about its side-effects.

This article would try to focus on the health benefits provided by our kitchen essentials, garlic, and honey. Doctors and nutritionists recommend the consumption of raw garlic every day in order to get rid of several ailments. Honey, as usual, has anti-cold benefits. Consuming garlic and honey increases the body’s metabo…

How To Calculate Calories From Fat

When it comes to calories and fat in foods, all those numbers can appear overwhelming at first. However, calculating calories from fat is a very straight forward process. You just need to know how many fat grams are in the food and you can easily do the conversion. These are the steps you can follow to complete the calculation yourself.

How To Calculate Calories From Fat

Things You'll Need
Nutritional information for food
Calculator

Step 1
Find the label for the food product. If you are eating a fresh food or it does not have a label, use a nutritional database such as the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference to seek out your food and related nutritional information.


Step 2
Determine the number of total fat grams in the product. On a standard food label, this is the first thing listed after the calories.

Step 3
Multiply the grams of total fat by nine because there are nine calories in one gram of fat. For example if the label says the food has five grams of total fat, five times nine equals 45.

Step 4
Locate the number of servings if analyzing a packaged food. For example, at the top of the label it will say what a serving is; this could be in ounces, cups or tablespoons. Then in parentheses it often says how many servings the whole package contains. Multiply the calories from fat by the number of servings in the package to get the total calories from fat.

Tips
Be careful to use the number of total fat grams and not just saturated fat. Total fat is the amount of fat listed first on the label.