Everyone's body has unique needs based on their DNA. Typically our DNA has genetic traits regarding nutrional metabolism. Accordingly from this, we can determine about five or six types of food / diet / nutrition profile indications.
Low Carbonate Nutrition
A low carbonate diet is often recommended for people with high blood sugar levels,and those who want to monitor their insulin, and also for those feeling rather sluggish.
Sugar and carbonates go hand in hand, since starchy foods like potatoes and white bread have higher glycemic levels than whole grains and vegetables. The idea is to limit the amount of carbohydrates consumed and concentrate on non starchy vegetables, healthy fats and quality lean protein.
For example you can use butter lettuce leaves as a wrap for a burger. And the burger itself can be home made using grass fed beef. Grilled zucchini or mushroom can be used as an alternative to french fries.
Low Fat Diet
Nowadays cholesterol levels are important. We try to reduce the high LDL (bad) cholesterol levels, and reduce the high triglyceride levels and increase the HDL (good) cholesterol levels.
There are many types of fat. Trans fats and saturated fats are regarded as unhealthy fats. A Trans fat is an unhealthy substance that is made through the chemical process of hydrogenation of oils. Hydrogenation solidifies liquid oils and increases the shelf life and the flavor stability of oils and foods that contain them. Trans fatty acids are found in vegetable shortening and in some margarine, crackers, biscuits, and snack foods. Trans fatty acids are also found in abundance in many deep fried foods. Trans fatty acids both raise the bad (LDL) cholesterol and lower the good (HDL) cholesterol levels.
But polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats and omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids are regarded as healthy. The idea of low fat nutrition is to try to focus on the intake of the healthy essential fats Eating more nuts, avocados and especailly fish, is said to be good., But fried and greasy food, cooked in trans or saturated fats, is said to be not so good.
A Mediterranean diet is usually a low carbonate and high fat diet. The idea is to improve healthy cholesterol levels and keep blood sugar levels within a good range. The Mediterranean diet will focus on eating a balance of fruits and vegetables, whole grains, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats (from nuts, olive oil and avocados), high-quality seafood and low-fat dairy products. This diet avoids sugary and starchy foods, trans fats, added sugars and excessive red meat intake.
Some people have a lactose intolerance. Lactose is the sugar found in milk. Your body may have trouble properly digesting it. As a result, you may experience bloating, stomach pain and other uncomfortable side effects. Try to limit dairy and lactose from your diet. Replace milk with lactose-free alternatives, such as almond milk or flax seed milk.
Gluten is a general name for the proteins found in various types wheat, rye, barley and triticale. Gluten helps foods maintain their shape, acting as a glue that holds food together. Gluten can be found in many types of foods, even ones that would not be expected. Gluten sensitivity can cause more than just an upset stomach. Gluten sensitivity is sometimes difficult to diagnose and requires professional gluten-free food option advise.
A Balanced Diet
A good old fashioned balanced diet means eating an array of food from each major food category, from proteins and carbohydrates to fruits and vegetables. But focus on more nutrient-dense foods, such as fruits and vegetables, whole grains, high-quality lean protein and healthy fats. It is still a good idea to avoid processed, highly refined foods, trans fats and added sugars.
Nutritional scientists discover the health effects of food and its nutrients by first making an observation. Once observations are made, they come up with a hypothesis, test their hypothesis, and then interpret the results. After this, they gather additional evidence from multiple sources and finally come up with a conclusion. This organized process of inquiry used in science is called the scientific method. The comments on this website should not be regarded as a scientific method however.
Natai Restaurants and Dining
Natai Beach is a quiet, peaceful and exclusive escape in Phang Nga Province.
It is a 10km-long strip of unspoilt beach, with strict building regulations and numerous protected zones ensuring
that it retains its special feeling.
It has none of the jet skis, speedboats, tailor shops and towering hotels which blight other similarly stunning destinations. Instead, you will find only coconut groves and small lagoons along the quiet coastal road. Natai Beach does not focus on mass tourism and perhaps as such it is able to provide some high quality restaurants.
Whatever your DNA, the following is a random sample:
INIALA BEACH HOUSE DINING --------
contemporary Nordic cuisine
modern Mediterranean cuisine
regional Thai cuisine
signature private dining concepts
Oysters and Champagne
The Chef’s Table
ESENZI Seafood restaurant --------
Address: 40/14 Moo 6 Baan Natai, Khok Kloi, Phang Nga, 82140
Tel: 093 574 0724
Seafood from around the world, the latest incarnation
of the acclaimed restaurant at the exclusive Iniala Beach House.
The menu moves between Europe, Japan and the US, as well as Thailand.
There is an eight course tasting menu.
Super service and wine list.
Rabiang Lay Seafood Restaurant --------
(next to the Natai Beach Resort)
40/2, Moo 6
tel: 061 238 2065
Cuisines: European, Asian, Thai
The menu features prawn cakes, seafood salads, steamed fish with lemon sauce, fish and chips
Relaxed service with sunset beachfront views.
Dining at Natai Beach Resort & Spa --------
All day diner serves authentic Thai delicacies and western dishes.
Firefly a beachfront music, Tapas lounge. Cocktails. Sunset views
Pool Bar - enjoy a relaxed evening with friends and family.
The Edge Restaurant --------
at the Aleenta Phangnga Resort and Spa
Great location and views
Thai, International, Asian, Contemporary, Fusion
Club Akyra Restaurant and Bar --------
32/7 Moo 5
Pizza, Thai, breakfast buffet
Co-Sea House Thai Food & Beverage --------
33/11, Moo 5 Natai Beach
Steakhouse, Bar, Seafood, Thai
Extremely Good Value
Rao Halal Inter Food --------
Rao Halal Inter Food
Seafood, Fast Food, Thai, Healthy, Soups
Krua Meuk Dang --------
Thai, Asian, Seafood
Wansuk Restaurant --------
Next to the Natai Beach Resort
Baba Beach Bar --------
Baba IKI by Baba Beach Club
88, Moo 5