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Mango Ginger Smoothie for Immune Support
This smoothie boosts your immune system. The ginger will help soothe your stomach and clear your sinuses, while the recipe is lower in sugar than many other green smoothie recipes.
Green Smoothie Featuring Pear, Ginger, and Spinach
Spinach is rich in nutrients and the base for this smoothie. Those new to green smoothie recipes should try starting with spinach as it has a milder flavor and is gentle on your stomach.
Green Smoothie Recipes
When green smoothie recipes first start appearing in the limelight, they were boring, featuring mainly green vegetables. Today, you will still find delicious spinach smoothies, but you will save money by making your own - and probably prefer the f...
In the United States, we consume 130 pounds of sugar per person on average per year, whether we know the harm sugar causes to our bodies or not. The harmful effects, however, go far beyond empty calories and many have been proven. Sugar gives us a...
You might not know it, but foods which you eat daily could slowly corrupt your health and even shorten the span of your life. So how do you really find them out? Toxic foods for many people are hard to find, especially for anyone who has already c...
Brazil Nuts Radiation
Brazil nut trees are native to South America and they belong to the Lecythidaceae family. They are mostly grown in Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Columbia and Venezuela. The trees on average get to between 100 and 150 feet tall and their trunks measure in...
Bacon is either cured or uncured while all bacon is soaked in brine to give it flavor and prevent botulism. It is traditionally cured using a mixture of salt, water and synthetic sodium nitrite that acts as a preservative and made by mixing Nitrat...
How Much Sodium in a Teaspoon of Salt?
Salt is perhaps the most integral component of most meals and is required to increase the palatability and flavor quality of the foods; however, it is to be noted that excessive or poorly regulated intake of salt can lead to serious health issues....
Ginger Tea Recipe
Ginger tea has been had by people for thousands of years, especially because of the medicinal properties it has been related to. To get complete benefit of ginger tea, it is important to have the ones which have ginger as the primary ingredient ra...
Is Protein Powder Good for You?
Since the healthy industry has started growing, various nutritional supplements have come into the market. It is common to hear people talking about the protein powder they use as supplements when you are in the gym. Protein powders are convenient...
Halloumi is a type of cheese prepared traditionally in Cyprus from sheep’s milk. It is soft, curd like and is not prepared using rennet, so vegetarians who do not eat rennet can also have Halloumi. It has a unique taste, which can be compared to t...
How to Toast Sesame Seeds
Like the term "Open Sesame" in Arabian Nights, the sesame seed pod also bursts open when it becomes mature. Sesame seeds have been in use as oil seeds for over 3000 years. It was once a major summer crop in the Middle East region, and th...