The average person’s diet is high in inflammatory properties thanks to processed foods with high levels of sugar and low amounts of nutrients. The inflammatory processes of the body are often completely necessary.
What do soy sauce, cured meat and fish, cheese, pickled cucumber, instant noodles, snacks like pretzels, fast food and even canned vegetables like sweet peppers all have in common?
In many tropical countries like India, Puli in Tamil, Imili in Hindi,(a.k.a)tamarind in English is blended with sugar or jaggery and eaten as a tangy snack because of the many health benefits tamarind offers for overall general health.
One of the modern-day myths I want to talk about is the mysterious and all-powerful…PMS or Pre-Menstrual Syndrome! that haunts all women every month, What if its utter nonsense and one of the biggest myths ever cooked…
Over three billion people worldwide depend on rice for over half of their daily total calorie intake. All rice is not created equal. When deciding which type of rice to eat, you might want to take the following comparisons into consideration.
I am constantly being approached by vegans, with the question of where do you get your protein or your calcium or your whatever. So, where can it be acquired naturally from your diet? PROTEIN Nuts, seeds, beans, lentils, whole grains (brown rice, quinoa, barley, etc), meat, chicken and fish substitutes, artichokes, asparagus, beets, bell peppers, […]