Today I want to share with you delicious and yet healing food recipes with rhubarb that my wife likes to pamper me with. So let’s just dive right in. 1. Rice Pudding with Rhubarb and Strawberry Sauce Ingredients 8 oz. of chopped rhubarb 27 oz. of water 16 oz. of milk 1/4 teaspoon salt one pinch of nutmeg 7 oz. of long grain rice 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 5 oz. of mascarpone 2 oz. of sugar 5 oz. of Porto wine Porto 10 oz. of sliced strawberries Method Using a bowl, mix the strawberries with 0.7 oz. of sugar. Then
These healthy snacks harbour more health benefits than you might imagine. However, you should be aware that dried fruits contain high amounts of sugar which can spike up your sugar levels if you are a diabetic. Therefore, if you suffer from diabetes, I suggest you stick to fresh fruits. If you don’t suffer from diabetes, you should know that dried fruits generally have the same benefits as fresh fruits. This is because the content of vitamins, minerals, fibers and antioxidants remain almost intact after drying. However, you shouldn’t consume more than a few dried fruits throughout the day as they
The industrialization of food in the U.S. has unfortunately ruined the quality and nutritional value of many foods, especially cow milk. Because of this, manufacturers have tried to please the masses by producing non-cow milk alternatives like: Coconut milk Almond milk Soy milk Hemp milk Pea milk Rice milk.. Here’s my two cents about coconut milk -> Coconut Milk vs Coconut Water – The Truth Behind Dishonest Commercials But are these alternatives any better than the latter? If you take a look on the labels, most of them contain a lot of sugar, added preservatives and synthetic minerals and vitamins.
How often do you eat polenta? Or, should I ask, have you ever eaten polenta? In this article, I will show you why it is important to consume polenta and how much you will benefit from adding it to your diet. Health Boosting Properties of Polenta Polenta is made from cornflour, which is extremely rich in: Unsaturated fatty acids (85-90%) -> which are great for reducing the risk of high blood cholesterol Carbohydrates -> which fill you up with tons of energy and (this is the best part) it doesn’t allow fat to stick anywhere in your body. In fact, a
How many times have you been told to eat milk and other dairies to have strong bones and secure your calcium intake? I bet the answer is more times than you can count. But there’s just one problem… As opposed to the popular belief, milk can actually increase the risk of you suffering from bone fractures by 50%! Up to date, there are several thousand medical studies, and they’ve all reached the same conclusion and debunked the myth that milk is good for you. A Harvard study, which prospectively tracked the dietary intake and medical histories of 77,761 women along
As promised, today I want to share with you some little known, yet healing food recipes with dried apricots that I personally tasted and which are beyond delicious. So let’s see what we’ve got: 1. Compote of Dried Apricots (Stewed Fruits) You need 500 grams of dried apricots, which you’ll soak in 500 ml of water for 3-4 hours. Then boil the water until it reaches 50-60 degrees. Or until the fruits become soft (you can check out their texture using a fork). Then add a few drops of natural mint essence & allow this compote to cool off for
Ever wondered what substance actively prevents: Diabetes mellitus Obesity Parkinson’s Alzheimer’s disease Heart problems Different types of cancer? The answer lies in this freshly brewed cup of steaming hot coffee … Yes, the favorite American morning brew contains one of the healthiest substances – caffeine. Countless studies and research have proved its complex health benefits. What can caffeine do for you? This miracle substance hacks your brain by: Increasing your alertness. Helping you concentrate a lot easier. Improving your mood. Reducing depression and anxiety levels (better and cheaper than Prozac).1 But, I bet you already knew some of them,
Coconut milk is what health enthusiasts all over the call „the elixir of youth.” But I wouldn’t be so sure of it. You see, while some may claim that coconut milk can help you shed pounds of fat, well… to them I say: „think again”. Because that’s actually far from being true. Coconut milk is delicious, I can’t argue with that. However, it’s probably best for you if you limit your intake of that. Especially if you have a history of heart disease or elevated cholesterol, because that will only throw your health in the gutter. The truth is that