Buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculent) is a plant primarily cultivated for its grain-like seeds, and also utilized as a cover crop. Regardless of the name, buckwheat is not at all related to wheat because it isn’t grass. However, buckwheat is related to knotweed, sorrel, and rhubarb.
According to some specialists shrimp is a great source of protein. Some people however believe that eating shrimp isn’t such a great idea because it contains bacteria, viruses and heavy metals.
Nowadays when everyone is so interested in healthy eating, and there are so many options we can choose from, we start wondering whether our choices are the best ones and whether there are other options we haven’t just yet explored.
Turmeric, an orange-colored spice imported from India, is part the ginger family and has been a staple in Middle Eastern cooking as well as in Southeast Asian cooking for thousands of years.
Who doesn’t love coconut? Well, if there are any of you who don’t like coconut, after reading about its many benefits, you’ll definitely consider having it in your home.
You love your family and all you want is for everyone to be healthy and well. Well, when it comes to health, the food we eat plays a great role. So, what diet is best for our health? The secret is to find the right balance in your everyday diet and that will work long term.
Magnesium is extremely important for over 300 different enzymatic processes to help your body function well. It’s quite common to be deficient in magnesium, and yet most people don’t even realize that they are actually lacking this vital mineral.
Everyone wants to eat healthier nowadays and improve their lifestyle through healthy foods as well. Which is great! Fruits and vegetables are awesome for your health and great for your waistline, too.
Want to stay young and healthy? Eat like the Greeks do! There are many proven benefits of eating a Mediterranean diet, and now you can add another important benefit according to new discoveries. A study of 4,600 women, published in the BMJ, found that adopting a Mediterranean diet helped slow DNA damage - an internal sign of aging.
The Mediterranean diet generally includes lots of vegetables, fruits, beans, cereals and cereal products such as wholegrain bread, pasta and brown rice. Additionally the Mediterranean diet includes balanced amounts of fish, white meat and some dairy produce.
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