Now that we are in winter, it is more important than ever to stay strong and healthy. In the next two articles we will focus on two important vitamins that, especially in winter, people too often lack. The first of them is vitamin C. What to eat or drink in order to absorb the right quantity of this important vitamin?
Last week we introduced the category of cereal grains with gluten. This week we shall complete the chapter by listing gluten free grains for those who want to – or who have to – consume gluten free food.
Do you like foie gras, pastry with poppy seeds, salmon, or chewing gum? These and many other food items are forbidden in certain parts of the world. Which ones and why? There are many different reasons, as you will now learn.
Bread has been an important factor in the human diet since the earliest times. Bread also appears in many idioms and sayings, and bread exists in most cultures in various forms. The importance of flour as the crucial ingredient in making bread is obvious, and it isn’t limited to bread. Today we examine the usual and unusual uses of cereal grains.
Raw or cooked? The question is about vegetables. While discussions continue about whether to cook or not, or if cooking, then for how long, it must be noted that there are certain types of vegetables that require heat treatment. Why? Find out for yourself.
It has been a while since we prepared some sweets. To make up for lost time, here is a simple recipe for Kaju Katli - Indian sweets that are good for any occasion, step by step.
Hearing about refined sugar not being healthy often doesn't make it easy to give up your favourite sweets. So what are the possible alternatives?
What makes us what we are is influenced by many factors. Based on research it can clearly be stated, food and nutrition is one of the important factors that influences our personality apart from contributing to physical health.
Trendy food usually lasts only a short time, but these items have occupied space on our plates for quite a while. Why? They follow the principles of a healthy lifestyle, also work for allergy sufferers, and some of them even have medical benefits. What are they? Let´s take a close look.
Unless there’s an underlying glandular problem, it’s our lifestyle that makes us gain weight. Some of us choose to eat when we are stressed while others shop. So, probably shopping is the healthier option unless we choose to shop for unhealthy foods. Here are some of the foods that not only add to making our eating habits healthier but are also affordable and they certainly help us lose those unwanted kilos.