Have you drunk enough today? We should all drink at least 1.5 litres a day, more if we are exercising or if the weather is very warm. The loss of fluids, through sweating for example, must therefore be compensated for, sip by sip. Don’t worry – you can learn to drink regularly.
A shiny, appetising orange is probably the fruit most likely to put us in a great summer mood. The round, exotic fruit packs a punch – under its skin, it contains vitamins, fibre and phytochemicals. Not only does it strengthen our defences in winter, it also helps us to get through the warm days fit and full of energy.
Something sour will not only make you feel happier but will also keep you healthy! This is especially true of the citrus-fresh grapefruit, an ideal, early-morning, low-calorie snack. With flavours ranging from bitter to sweet, it unleashes a true explosion of taste in the mouth. Even late risers will find it easier to start the day with a portion of grapefruit.
Juicy, sweet and versatile! Pineapple is a tasty tropical treat that comes in several variants. It provides fruit lovers with vitamins, minerals, fibre and a very special enzyme. The scientific name for the fruit, Ananas comosus, is based on a Tupi word nana, meaning “excellent fruit”. With Dole, fans of the pineapple can enjoy its delicious taste all year round.
For some time now, a meat-free diet has been completely on trend. More and more people are opting for a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle. But even if you don’t want to completely eliminate foods of animal origin, you can still reap the benefits of “veggie” meals.
You know what it’s like – sometimes you find plenty of good reasons to neglect a healthy diet. It can be hard to find the time, the creativity or quite simply the motivation. But these arguments can be easily refuted. With a few simple tricks, fruit and vegetables can be easily transformed into a daily pleasure.
A, B, C, D … the vitamin alphabet is long and sometimes confusing. Almost everyone knows how important it is to get a wide-ranging supply of vitamins. But what foods contain these valuable materials? Our short overview will give you some guidance.
A raw food diet is a very specific form of nutrition. Essentially it involves eating food without heating it. The focus is usually on fruit and vegetables, grain products, nuts, herbs and dairy products. Some proponents of this type of diet completely avoid animal or processed foods. Several different approaches are adopted.
It might be stressful sometimes but there is definitely one place you should slow down: the kitchen table. Speed eating may actually be linked to metabolic syndrome, a cluster of risk factors associated with heart disease and several types of cancer.
Smoothies have literally been “on everyone’s lips” for some time now. But what do these fruity shakes mean for our health and what ingredients do they actually contain? With a little background knowledge, this refreshing and enjoyable drink can be integrated even more easily into our daily diet. Try and enjoy!