Foods you should eat during summer
With the mercury levels rising to new highs everyday, summer seems to completely drain us out. Temperatures have been scorching high and humidity levels have escalated to between 70 and 80% . Most of us[...]Continue
Tomatoes & Other Red Fruits
Tomatoes are one of the top sources for lycopene, particularly when they are cooked. Lycopene is a carotenoid pigment found in red fruits. Plants use pigments as defense against the sun, so eating red colored fr[...]Continue
Skinless, unbreaded poultry and seafood are rich sources of dietary protein. For example, a 3-ounce portion of grilled, skinless chicken breast contains about 26 grams of protein, while 3 ounces of cooked salmon provides 22 grams of di[...]Continue
It is important to concerned that heating food in a microwave using plastic dishes or plastic wrap will increase your risk of rising cancer. Many different chemicals are involved in the manufacturing of plastic, and some of these may cause c[...]Continue
Microwave popcorn is at the center of lung cancer debates around the world. Not only are the kernels and oil likely GMO (which the manufacturer does not have to disclose) except organic, the fumes free from artificial butter [...]Continue
When you store water in a copper vessel it processes a natural purification. All the bad impurities like microorganisms, molds, fungi, algae and bacteria are killed by this process which present in the water that coul[...]Continue
olive oil happens to be a phenomenal source of monounsaturated fat. oil was more effective at reducing the risk of heart disease than a low-fat one.
fruit is a fantastic choice to feed your hunger. Any fruit is good, [...]Continue
Rice is a very important grain. It is the number-one staple food in dozens of countries, providing an inexpensive and readily available source of energy. In fact, 20 percent of the world's dietary energy comes from rice. It is nutritious &mdas[...]Continue
Seeds are rich in nutrients and have many health benefits. These small but mighty kernels are high in vitamins and minerals the body needs to function at peak performance.
Chia has come a long way since it first sprouted ou[...]Continue
Instead of steaming, eat the crispy florets of this green vegetable raw. The nutritional veggie can act as a natural toothbrush that can clean teeth as you chomp away. Plus, the high levels of iron can coat the enamel to help ward off s[...]Continue