IMF Business School dislodges 5 bowls on typical Christmas foods that will not come by Whatsapp

 

 

 


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IMF Business School disproves 5 buds that grandparents, parents or uncles have been responsible for transmitting from generation to generation without any scientific basis

Christmas is a time full of color, light, hope, reencounters and lies. That's right. Because Santa doesn't go through the chimney or the Three Wise Kings throw extra hours on these dates, and much less no one's going to get rich just by eating lentils on December 31. Plus, the number of myths and lies around Christmas and food keeps growing every year. Aware of this and as experts in this area, from IMF Business School they have developed a guide with 5 divers that grandparents, parents or uncles have been responsible for transmitting from generation to generation without any basis.

 

The head is the best of the shrimp: FALSO. In the head of the seafood there is cholesterol and cadmium, a heavy metal that contaminates the seas and accumulates in the viscera of the heads of the crustaceans. In addition, most of the seafood, also the frozen ones, to prolong their lives and keep them cooler are added sulphites and these are concentrated in the heads.

To keep the ham on Christmas the good thing is to cover it with its own bark: FALSO. Another of the great bolos related to Christmas is the conservation of ham. In many Spanish homes it is covered with its own bark. However, this does not work as the only thing that is achieved is that it does not oxygenate, but that its taste changes. Jamaican experts advise to put a cloth on top or very thin slices of bacon perfectly attached to the surface of the cut to prevent it from drying or grinding and eating it as soon as possible. Cuida tu piel

Use a spoon to keep gas: FALSO. Others of the typical prints during Christmas meals are to see the bottles of sparkling or gaseous drinks with a silver spoon with the handle hanging inside to prevent the gas from losing. Among the arguments they use to support this idea that has no proven scientific basis is that it would keep the air colder and this would make the bubbles disappear more slowly. This Christmas, spoons out.

To swallow the grapes is bad: FALSO. I'm sure many have swallowed the grape nuggets in their career by taking it to the rhythm of the 12 bells, don't panic! It's not just not bad. grape seeds prevent cardiovascular diseases and improve blood circulationThey contain vitamins C and E, beta-carotenes and polyphenols that, in addition to strengthening the immune system, prevent premature aging thanks to their antioxidant action.

The non-fat sugar turret: FALSO. Grandma stayed out of excuse! A report from the Organization of Consumers (OEC) alerts that the sugar-free turret has only 54 calories less than a traditional turret. In fact, when comparing one to another they have seen how sugar-free turret have an average of 4.5% more fat and only 11% less calories. So even if they contain less sugar, they are neither less caloric nor contain less fat.

These are just some of the myths and bouls that many know and accept as certain without questioning them. That is why the training of professionals in the sector is so important and necessary. In fact, from IMF Business School have launched two specialization programmes in this sector: the Master in Dietetics, Nutrition and Food Safety and Master in Quality, Hygiene and Food Safety Online.

IMF Business School dislodges 5 bowls on typical Christmas foods that will not come by Whatsapp

IMF Business School dislodges 5 bowls on typical Christmas foods that will not come by Whatsapp

IMF Business School disproves 5 buds that grandparents, parents or uncles have been responsible for transmitting from generation to generation without any scie

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2023-04-11

 

IMF Business School dislodges 5 bowls on typical Christmas foods that will not come by Whatsapp
IMF Business School dislodges 5 bowls on typical Christmas foods that will not come by Whatsapp

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