Opinion is divided on the subject of grape seeds. Are these little pips actually healthy or should we go so far as to remove them before enjoying our grapes? Read on to see whether they are worth eating.
Creative coleslaw! Chicken, grapes, peanuts and onions add that extra something to healthy white cabbage. Coleslaw always tastes deliciously fresh and is best prepared a day in advance.
What is intermittent fasting? And does it really work? Now, another study adds to the body of evidence, suggesting that condensing daily eating hours may be effective in creating fat loss.
Before, during and after exercising, athletes need healthy food with added value that will not weigh them down. Blueberries are a particularly good gym snack. Our 5 tips for athletes will ensure berrylicious motivation for your next trip to the gym!
During the winter, there’s almost nothing cosier than spending some time with your loved ones over tea and cake! And even nicer when the cake is as healthy as our blueberry and banana cake with almonds.
We all do it on a daily basis, but rarely question it: While we peel some types of fruit before eating, we eat other fruit unpeeled without giving it any thought whatsoever. What fruit can be eaten unpeeled? Read on for some handy tips.
Summer is not the only time for fruit fans to enjoy a refreshing smoothie – these tasty vitamin bombs also make the perfect winter drink. If you are looking for something aromatic, why not try our blueberry and ginger smoothie?
Some things are simply better together – and same goes for the diet as well. We’re talking about the so called synergy effect of food. A new study has examined the interaction of blueberries and grapes and their effect on our memory performance. Find out more here!
Many types of vegetables, such as cauliflower and broccoli, can be eaten raw, retaining the valuable vitamins, iron and calcium. So what delicious meal can be conjured up using these popular members of the cabbage family? Quite simply – a quick salad that tastes wonderfully aromatic and fresh thanks to the addition of pineapple and spinach.
Maybe it’s happened to you? Some people, when they bite into a juicy piece of pineapple notice a tingling, stinging or burning sensation on their tongue. Is it pure imagination or could it really be caused by pineapple? Today we unravel the mystery of why pineapple burns your tongue!