How does heat treatment of vegetables affect vitamin content?
Recently, one of my readers asked a question about how baked bell peppers are rich in vitamin C or is it completely resolved by heat treatment. This question prompted me…

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Malt and beer
We offer you a recipe for making beer in a classic way from malt and hops. This is a pure-grain type of brewing. This recipe uses an infusion of brewing.…

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How and why cook cabbage?
I won’t tire of writing about the benefits of cabbage: it is really worth it. As a storehouse of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory substances, it is rightfully a superfood, and one…

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The benefits of olive oil for the human body

What do you think is the use of olive oil for the human body? Extra Virgin Olive Oil is the cornerstone of the Mediterranean diet. A true Mediterranean diet that is healthy. But a bottle with the Extra Virgin label on your table may conceal rancid and poor-quality oil. How to choose real olive oil and is it so important that it is cold pressed? First, let’s figure out why to buy it at all. Do not be afraid that olive oil is fat. The fact is that olive oil is basically monounsaturated fat, which is necessary for our health.

Let’s look together what are the beneficial properties of olive from oil for the human body. A number of studies have proven the ability of olive oil to resist certain types of cancer, prevent the development of diabetes, lower blood pressure, strengthen the immune system, improve skin condition and slow down the aging process. But first of all, we value olive oil for the fact that it significantly reduces the risk of strokes and heart attacks, protecting our cardiovascular system from atherosclerosis and “bad” cholesterol. It’s all about the high content of oleic acid, polyphenols and the natural antioxidant vitamin E. Continue reading

Great Lent: Five Major Misconceptions
Orthodox Monday begins Lent. Every year it is accompanied by numerous disputes about what can and cannot be eaten, how to dress, and so on. Strictly according to the charter…

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Excess fructose harms the liver as does alcohol abuse
Scientists are finding new evidence that one of the most common types of sugar, fructose, can be toxic to the liver like alcohol. For most people, fructose in its natural…

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Added sugar: where is it hidden and how much is safe for health
We often hear that sugar is good for the brain, that it’s hard to live without sugar, and so on. Most often I come across such statements from representatives of…

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How can your pizza make the world a better place?
According to studies, we spend from 30 to 50% of our family budget only on food, and in half the cases we eat out. As food consumers, we are a…

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