Bread - a national treasure
Each culture and nationality of the world has its own recipe for making bread, because different ingredients are used for its preparation. In the friendly company of bread known to…

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What is oxidation and How to protect your cells from it
This spring, I lived in California, and I had the opportunity to attend a very interesting two-month nutrition course at Stanford University. The program was called Food Facts and Fads…

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7 healthy grapefruit benefits you should be aware of
The benefits of grapefruit for the human body Grapefruits have long been known for their beneficial properties in losing weight, and therefore are most often associated with diets that help…

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Scientists have proven

Wild berries – a unique storehouse of vitamins

At the first thought of summer, everyone imagines forests, birdsong and berry glades. Wild berries contain a lot of healthy vitamins.

Since ancient times, traditional medicine has respected berries from forest glades for their medicinal properties. Modern medicine also uses berry components for the production of medicines.

Probably the most popular wild berry is strawberries. Excess glucose and fructose in its fruits. It is also rich in B vitamins, vitamin C, carotene, various types of acids. When drying strawberries, loss of beneficial properties does not occur.

She is good in all forms. Fresh berries of strawberries will help with diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, stones in the organs of the human body and atherosclerosis. Strawberry juice saves from cuts and wounds. Dried berries are consumed in the form of infusions that stimulate the digestive system and help cleanse the body. Lingonberries, blueberries and blueberries are able to alleviate the severe course of Alzheimer’s disease. Continue reading

How to choose and cook Chinese leafy vegetables
For two years now I have been living in Singapore, and although the life of expats here is quite isolated, you can learn a lot about the local traditions, culture…

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8 foods to help the liver deal with toxins
Every day, our liver is forced to process a huge amount of toxins that come to us with food additives, pesticides, alcohol, etc. Most toxins are fat soluble, meaning they…

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Norms and rules of consumption for tea
Many people know about the benefits of tea, but little is said about its dangers. Almost no one knows that tea can cause a condition similar to alcohol intoxication. This…

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Beans: The Food of the Future
Legumes - beans, peas, chickpeas, lentils - the cornerstone of any healthy diet. They have unique properties, such as anti-cancer (for more information about the benefits of beans, I talk…

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