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  • Cauliflower Recipes

    Cauliflower Recipes, quick, easy and healthy

    Cauliflower recipes are great to add nutrients and flavour to any diet Here are some cauliflower recipes that will impress your guests. Try a cauliflower soup, maybe a roasted cauliflower. Cauliflower soup Cut cauliflower head into 2.5cm chunks. In a large pot, heat 2 tablespoons coconut oil and sauté cauliflower with garlic and 1 minced […] More

  • Chicken With Avocado Cream

    Recipe: Chicken With Avocado Cream

    Makes 2 servings PER SERVING: Calories: 537; Fat: 20g; Saturated fat: 3g; Carbs: 45g; Fiber: 14g; Protein: 48g Ingredients 1 cup cooked freekeh 8 oz cooked boneless skinless chicken breast 1 cup cucumber, thinly sliced 20 cherry tomatoes, cut in halves 1 ripe avocado, cut in half, pitted, and chopped into 2-inch pieces ¼ cup plain fat-free […] More

  • Baked Tofu With Tricolored Roasted Peppers

    Baked Tofu With Tricolored Roasted Peppers

    Makes 2 servings PER SERVING: Calories: 420; Fat: 20g; Saturated fat: 3g; Carbs: 42g; Fiber: 7g; Protein: 21g Ingredients 2 tbsp reduced-sodium soy sauce 1 tbsp tomato paste 1 tsp honey 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 tbsp fresh ginger, peeled and minced 1 package extra-firm tofu, drained 2 cups chopped green, red, and yellow bell […] More

  • 12 Healthy Foods for Breakfast

    12 Healthy Foods for Breakfast

    A healthy breakfast is essential for feeling good and having a productive day. Well, porridge is one of the healthiest carb sources and it’s the perfect choice for the first meal in the day. Porridge is slow-digesting and as such gives you a sustained energy boost without spiking your blood sugar – and rich in protein […] More

  • Follow MIND Diet to Prevent Dementia

    Follow MIND Diet to Prevent Dementia

    You may think of cognitive problems such as Alzheimer’s disease and dementia as issues you won’t have to worry about until old. If only this were true. In reality, studies suggest that deterioration of the neurons in your brain accumulates over the course of your life – just like wear and tear on your joints. But you […] More

  • Fitness & Fat-Loss Supplements

    Fitness & Fat-Loss Supplements

    Consuming several types of supplements simultaneously may amplify your results. Learn what is the best combination of fitness and fat-loss supplements. No matter if you are new to supplements or just want to get more out of what you’re already taking, try creating a supplement stack. It’s simple: taking different supplements together creates a natural synergy that will […] More

  • 8 Most Common Fitness Supplements

    8 Most Common Fitness Supplements

    Proper diet and weight training undeniably adds muscle. But if you’re looking to maximize the results you achieve from eating right and the hard work you put into training, you may soon find yourself looking to a variety of fitness supplements available for an added boost. There are hundreds of vitamins you could be taking, but […] More

  • Benefits of Fiber-Rich Jicama

    Benefits of Fiber-Rich Jicama

    Jicama, a light brown tuber also called “Mexican potato” or “yam bean,” is often overlooked, but this exotic root vegetable contains a healthy dose of minerals, antioxidants and most of all, fibre. It may be the most exciting spud in the supermarket. Jicama’s flesh is crisp, juicy, surprisingly sweet, and easy to prepare. It tastes delicious raw or roasted. […] More

  • Green Tea Extract And Its Liver Toxicity

    Green Tea Extract And Its Liver Toxicity

    After the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) actions against ephedrine-containing supplements and over-the-counters, including the herbal products, there was a scramble to find effective weight-loss ingredients. Among the array of ingredients touted to encourage fat loss via one mechanism or another was green tea extract (GTE), and its main active ingredient, EGCG (epigallocatechin gallate). […] More

  • antioxidants

    Antioxidants Block Effects of Exercise

    Research shows that antioxidants block some of the beneficial metabolic effects of exercise. Let’s take a look at why is it so. The human body is in a constant balancing act. There are external stressors, to which the body has to regularly adapt. Exercise is one such stressor. This is a breaking-down and building-up process. […] More

  • iron supplements

    How Does Low Iron Affect Running?

    You should know all the facts about ferritin and iron before you decide to start supplementing. You’ve been training hard for an upcoming race, but lately you’ve struggled to complete exercise. You are sleeping more but still feel tired. Should you get your iron levels checked? Iron is important, but not all that you hear is […] More

  • counting calories

    Counting Calories

    They’ve been the linchpin of weight loss since, well, forever, but new studies suggest that the way we measure calories is completely flawed. You order a juicy rib-eye and the waiter asks how you want it have. The only factor in choosing your steak’s sear level is taste, right? Apparently not. New studies suggest deciding […] More

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