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Food for memory

Food for memory

With the beginning of the new academic year, greatly increases the students’ interest with food for memory, or food to stimulate brain functions. If you want to prepare your brain to study and improve your memory with proper nutrition, perhaps the advice we give you then you serve as a springboard for acquiring new healthy Read more…

Making curry powder at home

Making curry powder at home

Curry, traditionally associated with the Asian cuisine, is increasingly present in our kitchens. I love curry, as I love usually spices combine all the criteria I provided my limited experience and my dubious sense. About the curry, I have encountered people who think that it is a grind of a particular ingredient, a detail that Read more…

Cow Milk v Soy Milk

Cow Milk v Soy Milk

More and more people replace the cow’s milk bowl breakfast by one of soy milk. But what is the real difference between the two drinks? Given the effort involved in getting used to the change in taste, is it worth to put aside our cow milk diet throughout life by drinking soy milk? Are there Read more…

15 essential spices for your kitchen

15 essential spices for your kitchen

Spices in the kitchen are like kissing in love, nourishing us, and are the essence pervading sense that revolutionizes our memories. A friend of mine says rather generally than about the kitchen, the more spices are used the more grateful is the dish itself. Without going so far, I am one of those to use Read more…

Prodigious Enzyme Diet

Prodigious Enzyme Diet

Prodigious Enzyme Diet from the famous book by Hiromi Shinya, lays the foundation of ideal nutritional model, thought to live without getting sick, as can be read on the front of it. The general principles that underpin the diet are contained in Chapter 2 of the book, as a summary of the many keys of Read more…

Losing oil

Losing oil

Sold as “extra virgin” oil that can really only be considered as “virgin” is a consumer fraud similar to labeling a rabbit while actually selling a cat. But today, according to a report from the OCU, many brands are engaging in this kind of activity. Personally I put oil aside since I noticed that one Read more…

Why do our fruits and vegetables die out?

Why do our fruits and vegetables die out?

Many of our plants of cereals, fruits, vegetables, legumes, vegetables, etc., have been dying out in a rush since the early twentieth century. Perhaps the fact of having no eyes, no hair, no legs, no plant species allow little heart to reach consumers as they have done with pandas, Iberian lynxes, tigers, Asian elephants, whales, Read more…

Banana: sportspersons’ best friend

Banana: sportspersons’ best friend

If you’ve ever watched a tennis match, you saw that during short breaks in addition to hydrate properly, sportsmen take the opportunity to eat something. So it is not uncommon to see one, sometimes taking a bite of banana. You might think they do it because it is part of the group of easy to Read more…