Did you know that health is about way more than what is on your plate? That’s right, your relationships, career, level of fitness, and hobbies all contribute to your well-being – it’s what Health Coaches call primary food. Your home environment is no exception! Read More
At first glimpse, you might not be so enthralled to put black garlic on your dinner plate. But looks can be deceiving. Does it resemble little jelly-like pebbles of coal? Sure. But its sweet, non-acrid taste and nutritional benefits might make you a believer... Read More
What’s in your favourite spread? Is Nutella Healthy?
Nutella is a chocolate flavored Hazelnut spread originally made in Italy since 1964. It is a sweet and tasty spread which is loved by many children and adults all around the world.
If you are a Nutella lover, have you ever stopped to ask yourself, “Is Nutella healthy?” Well, read on and find out a few things about Nutella. Read More
As we all know, dates are a whole food that contains sugar, fiber, vitamins, minerals and is generally nutrient rich.
But did you know that dates have up to 80% of sugar content? Masha Allah, that’s a lot! In fact, that’s a higher sugar content than most chemical filled junk food that you can find in your local supermarket.
I’m sure that the next question you’re going to ask is “So does that make them bad for us?”. That’s what I’d like to address in this article. Read More
Many people have been asking me questions about stevia (Steviana), assuming it must be healthy since it’s an herb, right? My views on the topic are quite divided. Even though it’s a plant, we don’t use it as a whole plant, like the Native Indians did hundreds of years ago. Read More
Turmeric is the spice used in curry powder, and it’s the ingredient that gives curry its yellow color. It’s been used for centuries as part of Ayurvedic Medicine, originating in India.
Ayurveda is a form of traditional medicine, practiced in India initially, but has now gained popularity in many parts of the world. There are many health benefits of using turmeric, we’ll go over those in more detail, in this article. Read More
Hydrogenated fat, also called “Trans Fat” or “Partially Hydrogenated Fat”, belongs to a group of fats with a really bad reputation, and rightfully so. It’s the worse type of fat you could possibly eat. Why you ask?
Well for one, hydrogenated fats raise your LDL level - also known as bad cholesterol, and at the same time lower the levels of HDL - the good cholesterol.
It’s worth noting that good cholesterol helps to remove bad cholesterol from your bloodstream, preventing it from depositing in your blood vessels, eventually clogging them up. Read More
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