Fruit juice contains lots of vitamins but its fructose content should not be underestimated. That is why it is often claimed not to be any healthier than soft drinks. What is true? Is fruit juice healthy or not?
Longing for something sweet? We have a fruity Christmas treat for you: Our banana citrus date bars are super delicious but still healthy.
When was the last time you truly appreciated a meal? Not just how it tasted, but the way it looked, smelled and felt, and even what it sounded like? If these questions seem odd, consider this: Paying more attention to all five senses as you eat helps you enjoy your food more and avoid overeating.
Drinking water during the work out is important in order to stay hydrated. But is there another option to water and what should you drink before and after exercising? Here is how to get it right.
Are you up for sweet potatoes? Those tasty little tubers are not only very healthy, but also versatile in the kitchen. We combine them with spinach and mushrooms to create a delicious and light meal, perfect for lunch and dinner. Here is our favourite sweet potato recipe!
Like other cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, etc.), cabbage contains powerful phytochemicals with possible anti-cancer effects. Now, new research is investigating the potential of such compounds to counter ulcerative colitis, an inflammatory bowel disease that significantly increases the risk of colon cancer.
Whether kale, Brussels sprouts, red cabbage or savoy cabbage: it’s high season forcabbage in all kinds. We introduce you to the most popular varieties and tell you why the vegetables are so healthy.
Finally it’s kale season! There are a lot of different ways to prepare this healthy vegetable. Have you ever tried kale on a tart? In combination with carrots and hummus this makes a beautiful and tasty autumn meal. Ingredients for one tart: 90 g whole-wheat flour 90 g all-purpose flour 2 tablespoons flaxseed meal ½Continue reading Kale and carrot tart
No one likes getting sick. A case of the flu might mean a few days in bed for some, but for others, infection can be fatal. Pneumonia, a lung infection, results in about 1.6 million deaths worldwide each year, and is a particular concern for the older population.
Everybody has hollowed-out pumpkins? How about a hollowed-out pineapple? We introduce this exotic fruit and show you how you can do the eatable Halloween decoration yourself. This creepy Halloween pineapple is an eye catcher on the next Halloween party!