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  • 6-Meal Diet

    6-Meal Diet

    "You couldn’t stand and you started to have eat quickly. Immediately listen to your heart. If your heart warns you that you will feel worse after that, immediately take a breath and leave the place. Putting your fork on the table between the bites, just stopping and comfortably leaning back can help leaving negative feelings. When the sudden emotional gap towards the meal goes away, you’ll...
  • Food Groups

    Food Groups

    Milk and Milk Derivatives: Main sources of protein, vitamin B2, vitamin A, vitamin B12, calcium and phosphor. Meat, egg and legumes: Contain protein, iron, zinc, phosphor, magnesium, vitamins B1, B6, B12, A, niacin, pomace (from legumes). Fresh fruits and vegetables: Main sources of vitamins A, C, B2, folic acid, iron, magnesium and pomace. Cereals and cereal products: Main sources of...
  • Tips for Faster Weight Loss in Summer

    Tips for Faster Weight Loss in Summer

    Fresh fruits and vegetables should be thoroughly washed and they should be consumed with their skins on as much as possible, uncooked or undercooked by quick cooking method in boiling water.     Vegetables with green leaves should be chopped by hand if possible or bamboo or ceramic knives and cooked with steam.     Toasting the bread, heating the milk, keeping...
  • Practical Suggestions on Snack Consumption in Health Nutrition

    Practical Suggestions on Snack Consumption in Health Nutrition

    According to the specialist, a healty diet consists of 3 meals and 3 snacks. However, for many people, not only snacks but even meals are replaceable. They can easily sacrifice breakfast for more sleep, and lunch to complete the pending work before deadline. Your metabolism makes you pay a heavy price for leaving the body hungry. Having been unable to have both the calories it needs and the...
  • Breathing comes First

    Breathing comes First

    Breathing comes First But how can we do this? As the number of movements and speed increases, the oxygen requirement of the body also increases. What we should do is change the oxygen requirement of the body to the correct amount at this point. And this occurs in the contraction phase when the muscle needs oxygen most, i.e. when blood is pumped to the muscle. We can manage this by breathing...
  • Stress and Sports

    Stress and Sports

    With the developing world, feeling formations which are defined as “stress” occur in people as a result of coping with change in life styles, labor, unemployment, increase in responsibilities, climatic changes, diseases, ideational differences, adolescence, death, birth, disease, agedness etc.   Stress is a significant source to form the basis of many diseases both in human psychology...
  • Işın Karaca

    With Işın Karaca...

    -We all know who Işın Karaca is. What can you tell us about what we don’t? Well, I wear my heart on my sleeve. I don’t like being too much in the media. I’m a singer. I very much like producing, living as much as I want, spending time with my family and friends. I recently gave birth but this is not a reason to restrict my life. I take my daughter and we wander around with my daughter. - b-fit...
  • Prof. Dr. Hasan Kasap

    Prof. Dr. Hasan Kasap

    - First of all, could you please tell us about yourself a little?       I was born in 1947 in Akçaabat. In 1967, I graduated from Trabzon Elementary School, and in 1970, I graduated from Istanbul Training Institute Physical Education department. I completed my undergraduate  in 1984 and my PhD in 1989. I worked as an elementary school teacher, physical...
  • Dietician Dilara Koçak

    Dietician Dilara Koçak

    - Dilara, could you please tell us about your childhood and your family? Where did you grow up and how many brothers and sisters do you have? I was born as the oldest of 3 siblings; I have a sister who is 6 years younger and a brother who is 13 years younger than me, and my whole family lives in Mersin and Tarsus. I went to Ankara to study at Hacettepe University after high school and came to...
  • Prof. Dr. Teksen Çamlıbel

    Prof. Dr. Teksen Çamlıbel

    Dear Professor, first of all, can you please introduce yourself a little? I was born in Bursa. I graduated from Ankara Science High School and Cerrahpaşa Faculty of Medicine. I passed the specialization exam and went to the USA. First, I completed a Gynecology and Obstetrics specialization at Johns Hopkins Hospital and then at the Medical College of Ohio. I studied for a postgraduate degree at...