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Chard: Green Vitamins

Chard: Green Vitamins

Chard is one of the most popular vegetables and nutrients that can be found in the market. Hailing from the Mediterranean region, this green leafy plant is known for its many beneficial components for the body and the lack of fat and calories. The Arabs started its widespread cultivation, and today plantations of this leafy Read more…

Canned Fruit: Endless possibilities

Canned Fruit: Endless possibilities

Eating simple needs not be equivalent to eating poorly. The food industry and conservation techniques allow us, for years, enjoy the natural products from which we can produce healthy and tasty dishes. However, there are many consumers who are wary of sensitive products such as fruits and can see their high nutritional value being altered Read more…

Benefits of plant proteins

Benefits of plant proteins

Proteins are substances necessary for our body, since they have a structural function, ie, are indispensable for the formation of cells and tissue reconstruction. Also, they are part of important hormones, enzymes and antibodies. The human being does not use the whole protein, but only assimilated amino acids essentials, which are those used to renew Read more…

The magic of honey

The magic of honey

Honey is an ancient ingredient known since the beginning of time. It was with man for such long time that even cave paintings show that it was already used in prehistory. The high regard in which the Romans had towards this natural food is evident in many documents and other archaeological finds. In fact, the Read more…

How to cook steamed food

How to cook steamed food

Why steaming? Steaming is a quick (no overturning required) and very healthy meal preparation, since in this type of cooking food does not lose any of its nutrients. It is also very light as it is cooked without any fat and very tasty as the food does not lose its flavor and aroma. Steaming also Read more…

July is National Bison Month!

July is National Bison Month!

July is Bison Month so now is a great time to talk about bison meat and how it has entered the plates of a growing number of restaurants and households. Bison meat, if you still don’t know it yet, comes from the bison. This great beast once ruled the American plains but was driven to Read more…

Go Raw, Raw Food Diet – Rawism Explained

Steve Jobs, one of many famous rawism adapters

According to Wikipedia, “Raw foodism (or rawism) is a lifestyle promoting the consumption of uncooked, unprocessed, and often organic foods as a large percentage of the diet.” It is believed that once you heat food beyond 116 degrees Fahrenheit, it kills the enzymes that make it nutritious and easier to digest. Cooked or processed food Read more…