In the US, we enjoy practically unlimited access to any food any time of the year. Although it's nice to have watermelon in February and asparagus in August, many people don't even know that foods have a season, let alone what foods are in se... Read more
Switching from processed to whole grains is one of the simplest changes you can make to help your health. Whole grains have more protein and fiber than their stripped-down counterparts, which means they'll help you stay fuller longer. That's... Read more
When it comes to fruits and vegetables, most of us stick with what we know: carrots, cucumbers and celery at lunchtime; corn, peas and green beans for dinner; bananas, apples and oranges for breakfast or snacks. To keep healthy eating fun and excitin... Read more
Pests can invade, destroy, and annoy both the garden and the gardener. While bugs are an inevitable (yet sometimes rewarding) presence in your garden, you don’t need harmful chemicals to ward off these little visitors. Many tried and true organ... Read more
When you're living with chronic heartburn/GERD, cooking and enjoying a meal can be a challenging and often anxiety-filled experience. However, although there are many foods and cooking techniques that can set off heartburn, there are also plenty... Read more
One of my friends has been doing Chia Seeds... Usually its the flax seeds that are good, but chia? Just like the Chia pet but you eat these seeds and supposedly they will fill you up and a long time ago the warriors always ate them before a war to ke... Read more
I am new here and have been on a weight loss journey for about a year now, with only a 12 pound weight loss in the past year. Recently, a friend told me about chia seeds, not to lose weight, but for other health benefits such as bo... Read more
Okay, I hear so much about this product.
Can I get better understanding of what they are and how best to use them, please.
Are they a super food in weight loss, and I need to lose alot, over 200lbs
Any other super... Read more
I recently started using chia seeds, adding 1 1/2 teaspoos to some refrigerator oatmeal for breakfast. The thing is I'm so sleepy since I started using them I can barely function. I'm finding a lot of conclifting info about it . Some places say th... Read more
Dry roast 250gms.Flax Seeds, 50 gms.Fennel Seeds,50 gms.Carrom Seeds each separately till aromatic and crisp.Cool.Grind one by one to a fine Powder in a Grinder.Place these 3 Powders in a Vessel and add 25 gms.Licorice Powder and 1 tsp.Black Rock... Read more
Cabbage is highly promoted for prevention of cancer. A compound in cabbage, sulforaphane, also helps protect cells from invasion of carcinogens & even repairs ulcers. Cabbage has a substance that inhibits the conversion of sugar and other carbohydra... Read more
Pass the penne. Serve up some spaghetti. Fetch some fettuccini. Pasta is back in style. Low-carbohydrate fads were trumped last year by rising food prices, as more consumers turned to pasta to stretch their food buck. Sales of the pantry staple rose... Read more
Aïda Mollenkamp is a former ballerina, Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef, editor of the food website Chow.com and Food Network star (her Q & A cooking show, "Ask Aïda" is in its second season). Now she has teamed up with Yoplait to promote their... Read more
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